This delightful Elizabethan manor house is a true 'hidden gem', tucked away near Newquay in the Cornish countryside. The house enjoys a secluded setting and contains fine fireplaces, plaster ceilings, oak and walnut furniture, interesting clocks, needlework and Stuart portraits.
The highlight of the interior is the magnificent great chamber with its splendid barrel ceiling. The attractive garden has some unusual plants and an orchard with old varieties of fruit trees and in the barn there is an exhibition on the history of the lawnmower. Visitors are welcome to play 'Kayles' (Cornish skittles) on the parade ground.