Boconnoc, Lostwithiel, Cornwall
Boconnoc House, the winner of the 2012 HHA/Sotheby’s Award for Restoration was bought with the proceeds of the Pitt Diamond in 1717. Three prime ministers, a history of duals and the architect Sir John Soane play a part in the story of this unique estate. The beautiful woodland garden, the Georgian bath house, Soane stable yard, 15th century church and romantic landscape tempt the explorer.
Guided tour of the house and grounds.
The tour around Boconnoc was a total joy. The restoration work on the house is remarkable and the grounds are truly breathtaking. A really interesting property and a wonderful tea.
Off A390 Liskeard to St. Austell at EAST Taphouse. Follow signs to Boconnoc. Drive down private drive to Obelisk, bear left continue downhill past Lodge and across crossroads towards Boconnoc House. Please park as directed.
Cornish cream tea.
Dogs must be kept on leads at all times. Because our properties are old and fragile, unfortunately we cannot include children under 14.
Date Time Availability
Mon 14 May
Mon 21 May
Mon 04 Jun
Mon 25 Jun
Mon 16 Jul
Mon 13 Aug
Mon 10 Sep
|Mon 14 May||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 21 May||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 04 Jun||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 25 Jun||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 16 Jul||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 13 Aug||2:00 pm||Spaces available|
|Mon 10 Sep||2:00 pm||Spaces available|