Welcoming you back to Lanhydrock

A view of the gatehouse from inside the porch at Lanhydrock

Following government guidance, Lanhydrock garden and limited house routes are now open to visitors. Booking is no longer required, but you may wish to plan your trip for later in the day for a quieter visit. Otherwise, please expect queues to enter the house at busy times. Before visiting, please check local and national government guidance on travelling.

Visitor Information

Lanhydrock garden and limited routes around the house are open. Booking for entry is no longer required. Staggered entry to the house to ensure social distancing will still be in place so please expect some queuing at busy times. Visitors who would prefer a quieter visit are advised to arrive in the afternoon, 2-5pm. 

Please note:

  • Test and Trace information will be requested
  • Sanitising stations will be available at various points
  • Visitors are required to wear a face covering indoors, unless exempt. Please remember to bring one with you
  • Last entry to the house is at 5pm
  • Two limited routes through the house are open; see below for details. The nursery suite, servants' quarters, Tommy's bedroom and billiard lobby remain closed. 

Prams, large bags and rucksacks, umbrellas and wet coats are not permitted inside the house. A cloakroom is available with lockers and hangers for coats. Please leave large bags in your car; the house is a 15 minute downhill walk from the main car park.

 

Lady Robartes' open day

The silver has been polished and the doors thrown open as Lady Mary Robartes welcomes you to view the best rooms of the house on her inaugural open day. Head to the front door for a warm welcome and a peek at the main rooms in which the family lived, dined and entertained. 

 

A new kitchen experience

Join us for a new experience in the Lanhydrock kitchen. A stand-alone route, the kitchen has a new entrance at the historic iron gate, once busy with deliveries to the hectic scullery. Wander through the newly-dressed rooms and learn about the efficient Victorian technology installed in the 1880s house refurbishment as well as how the staff prepared for a fashionable french dinner. 

Lanhydrock Kitchen Scullery
View of Lanhydrock kitchen scullery with sunlight through window
Lanhydrock Kitchen Scullery

 

Access

The volunteer-operated access buggy service has now resumed. The service runs 11am-5.30pm every day, between the reception and gatehouse buildings only. There is no pick-up or drop-off available from Respryn or the main car park. 

Tramper hire is available from the cycle hire building and must be booked in advance. To book, please email your preferred day to lanhydrockcyclehire@nationaltrust.org.uk. 

Personal Mobility Vehicles (PMVs) are available on loan for use around the garden. Please phone 01208 265950 to check availability before booking your visit.

 

Parking 

It is a 15-minute walk downhill from the main car park to the house. The reception building will remain closed; please show your pre-booked tickets at the gatehouse. 

The main car park and Respryn car park will both revert back to free-flow opening. Visitors to the estate and cycle trails no longer need to book a parking space. Parking is free for National Trust members, £1 for an hour or £5 all day for non-members. Please note that the parking ticket machines can accept cash and PayByPhone payments. Tickets can also be purchased from the cycle hire, plant centre and Park Cafe. 

 

 

Eating and shopping

The Park Cafe and Plant Centre are open seven days a week, 9.30am-5pm. The house gift shop is open seven days a week,10.30am-5pm and the bookshop is open 11am-4.30pm. The Stables tea-rooms is open 10.30am-5pm and the Servants' Hall restaurant will remain closed. In line with government guidance, you're required to wear a face covering in most enclosed spaces. Please bring one with you.

 

 

Exploring the garden & countryside

Gardeners and volunteers will be working in the garden, please respect the social distancing guidelines around them and be aware that at times some areas may be closed for maintenance and to give the team space to work.

There will be no talks, tours, or opportunities for questions or advice at this time.

 

Staying safe at Lanhydrock

To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. And look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit. 
 

Upcoming events

Sorry, there are no upcoming events at this place.

Lanhydrock, Cornwall
Lanhydrock Autumn House
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