Explore the garden
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Look out for...
- The water tower - built in 1820s by Thomas Daniell to provide the water pressure that the house and garden lacked due to their elevated position
- The Celtic cross - legend has it that from here the local priest would preach to the fishermen in their boats below
- Tregothnan view - the curved seat commands a view of Tregothnan, home to Viscount Falmouth which can be seen on the skyline
- Hydrangea Walk - the theme of hydrangeas overhung with flowering cherries created by the Copelands has been kept