Lanhydrock – A magnificent late Victorian country house in a superb parkland setting within the Fowey valley. With fifty rooms, formal and woodland gardens to explore there is plenty to see at this National Trust property. 27 miles by car.
Morwellham Quay – For 1000 years Morwellham was a centre on the river Tamar for shipping silver, tin and copper. Today you will find a riverside village restored and brought back to life. Costumed staff welcome visitors to the restored port and help to transport you back to the bustling 1860s. 14 miles by car.
Cotehele and Cotehele Mill – Explore the atmospheric Tudor home of the Edgecumbes with original furniture, armour and tapestries together with the working estate water mill. All set within formal and informal gardens with riverside and woodland walks. 18 miles by car.
Buckland Abbey – This 700 year old building was the home of Sir Francis Drake. Situated in a secluded location in the beautiful Tavy Valley and rumoured to be haunted, this property is looked after by the National Trust. 22 miles by car.
Lydford Gorge – Is the deepest gorge in the South West with a spectacular 30m waterfall. Walk the woodland trails through a deep-cut ravine alongside the river Lyd and enjoy the abundance of wildlife and wild flowers. 10 miles by car.
Castle Drogo - Perched above the Teign Gorge with dramatic views over Dartmoor, Castle Drogo was the last castle to be built in England. This property also has the highest National Trust garden at 900ft. 29 miles by car.
Launceston Castle – The former capital of Cornwall, the castle dominates the surrounding countryside. Set on a large natural mound, a thousand years of history can be found at Launceston Castle. 3 miles by car.
Killerton House - A fine 18th-century house with costume collection, hillside garden and estate. This National Trust property is beautifully positioned on the flanks of a hill, surrounded by its glorious garden and overlooking parkland. 48 miles by car.