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An historic house and medieval garden all set within an ancient and atmospheric estate

Discover Godolphin, one of the most fashionable houses in Cornwall in the 17th century. You can soak up the atmosphere of peace and antiquity as you explore this romantic home.

Wander around the 16th-century garden, one of the most important historic gardens in Europe. It has barely changed over the years.

Don’t forget to visit Godolphin Hill on the south-westerly reaches of the estate. Here you can breathe in some of the best views in Cornwall looking out over St Ives Bay to the north and the famous St Michael’s Mount to the south.

Take a leisurely stroll around the lush estate, and you may discover the Leeds engine house and stack, the remains of the Godolphin family mine.

Disappear into the tranquil and mysterious woodland, where the years of mining have left an unnatural, undulating landscape. Go for a stroll along the river and don’t forget to stop for a refreshing cup of tea and slice of home-made cake in our tea-room.

 © Mike Henton

A great place to stay

For a truly unforgettable break, why not enjoy a holiday at Godolphin? A fantastic opportunity to stay in one of the most fashionable Cornish houses of the 17th century.

Soak up the outdoors and enjoy this lovely rural location with Cornwall's rugged landscape on your doorstep.

Please note we are unable to hold weddings at Godolphin, but can host wedding receptions as long as there are no more than 20 guests and the house is booked for a minimum of three nights.

Cadbury Easter Egg Trail

18-21 April, 10.30am-4pm

Become an Eggsplorer and join us at Godolphin for the Cadbury Easter Egg Trail.

Navigate the garden to find answers to all the clues, and claim your tasty Cadbury chocolate Egghead.

£2 per trail

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