Easter time at Cotehele

Children doing the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Hop over to Cotehele this Easter where you can join in with the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, follow the family trail around the house and discover how we create flour down at the mill.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Join Bunny on an egg-citing adventure around Cotehele as you unscramble the clues in search of your chocolate reward.

For the first time we’ve extended the popular Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts so that they run daily between 24 March – 8 April 2018. We’re expecting it to be busy over the bank holiday weekend, so if you’d like a quieter and relaxed visited then do pop in during the week to complete this years trail.

Sorry - only assistance dogs are allowed in the garden. Normal admission charges apply (National Trust members free) plus £2 per trail.

Visitors in the garden

An egg-cellent membership offer

As a member, you’ll enjoy free access to Cotehele and hundreds of unforgettable places, as well as helping to protect them for future generations.

Join at Cotehele or Cotehele Mill between 24 March – 8 April via Direct Debit, and receive free unlimited Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts at our places between 24 March – 15 April 2018. Family membership typically starts from £10 a month and gives free access to Cotehele, over 500 other special places and free car parking too. Find out more about the types of membership available here and talk to one of the team at either Cotehele or Cotehele Mill reception to join.

Children enjoying Cotehele
Children enjoying Cotehele
Children enjoying Cotehele

Fun down the hill at Cotehele Mill

Take a stroll along the Morden stream from Cotehele Quay to the nineteenth-century Cotehele Mill. Explore the mill grounds and old workshops, count the buckets on the waterwheel, watch the  millers mill corn into flour, stay on for baking demonstrations and so much more to explore.

On Sunday 25 March, 1, 8 and 15 April the mill team will also be dressed in Victorian costumes.

Milling at Cotehele Mill
Miller Sally milling flour at Cotehele Mill, Cornwall
Milling at Cotehele Mill