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The home of the Victorian Agar-Robartes family appears as if they have just popped out for tea.
After a devastating fire in 1881, the 17th-century house was refurbished in high-Victorian style, with all the latest mod cons. There are more than 50 rooms to explore and it is easy to see the contrasts between the servants’ life ‘downstairs’ and the elegant family rooms. The extensive garden is full of colour all year. The roses, herbaceous borders and dazzling parterre brighten any summer, and in spring the camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons are breathtaking. Note: limited group bookings in 2013, only four coaches per day due to extensive building work in the car park. Allow at least three hours for a visit - large garden and over 50 rooms to see in the house Groups must be split into groups of 10 to enter house, groups of 20 to visit garden.
Special interest tours:
Lanhydrock in a Different Light
A chance to witness how this fine Victorian house has evolved over the last 400 years. This special out-of-hours tour with the house and collections manager, can be tailored to suit the specific interests of your group, or offered as a general history of the house. Duration 2 hours .
A Walk with the Head Gardener
With our head gardener you'll discover a garden rooted in the Victorian age; look at the established theme and how it has evolved over the years. You will see fine specimens of magnolias and camellias in spring, colourful herbaceous borders in the summer and delightful deciduous trees in the autumn. Duration 1 hour.
Charges may apply, for more information please contact the property.