HOUSE AND GARDENS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
5th March - 29th June 2017

We are delighted to announce that the house and gardens are open from Monday 13th March to Thursday 29th June 2017 (by guided tour until Easter Sunday; tours start at 2.15pm and 3.45pm). Gardens open 2-6pm. The house and gardens are open every day except Saturdays and the 2-5 June 2017. Dogs on leads welcome in the gardens but not in the house.

 

Please contact the Visitors Service Manager via email, lynne@porteliot.co.uk.

Tickets cost £8 for Adults (concession rate available) and £4 for children. Groups are welcome and private tours are also available.

Season ends 29th June 2017.

EAST CORNWALL HUNT ONE DAY EVENT
Saturday 29th April 2017

Port Eliot Festival 2016

East Cornwall Hunt will be hosting their fourth British Eventing One Day Event which consists of all three disciplines namely dressage, show jumping and cross country. For more information, please visit the British Eventing site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PORT ELIOT DOG FESTIVAL AND WHIPPET TEA PARTY
Saturday 6th May 2017

11am - 4pm

 

Port Eliot Festival 2016

The Port Eliot Dog Festival celebrates its success in the delightful grounds of Port Eliot. Last year, over nine hundred people and hundreds of dogs came along and we aim to welcome even more in 2017.

For dogs there will be some wonderful classes to enter, including an old favourite ‘Dog who most looks like their Owner’. Plus a highlight of the annual event is Roo and Lark's Whippet Tea Party where an invitation for lunch and canapés is extended to all whippet friends.

For humans there will be an array of fabulous artisan food traders, The Shellfish Pig and Harding & Scoots Coffee to name a few, plus cream teas, other refreshments and fantastic live musical entertainment later on in the afternoon.

The Dog Festival is once again being held in support of the incredible charity Children's Hospice South West.

Entry to the wonderful show is £4.00 per adult, Children under 11 free, and £1.00 per class entry in the dog show. All proceeds to the CHSW.

PORT ELIOT AT NIGHT EVENT
Friday 19th - Saturday 20th May 2017

 

Port Eliot Festival 2016

On Friday 19th and Saturday 20th May, Port Eliot will be lit by candlelight and filled with music.
Come and join us for a night that will cast you back to a time before electricity when the Lords and Ladies of the past would hold lavish banquets and dances for hundreds of guests. An eclectic arrangement of acoustic music will be performed at various points throughout the evening and all through the house - the basement, the drawing room, the entrance hall to name a few.

Port Eliot’s knowledgeable stewards will be available to regale fascinating tales of the house if requested.  Perhaps you would rather soak up the atmosphere with a glass of wine at Port Eliot’s fancy pop-up bar.

House Open 19.00 – 21.30 hrs. Adults £10, Children £5, Concessions £8

 

 

 

 

PARKINSONS UK FUNDRAISING WALK
Sunday 11th June 2017

Parkinsons UK will be holding their annual sponsored walk at Port Eliot to raise money for their incredible charity. Walkers will follow either a 2-mile or 5-mile route around the stunning grounds.
All funds raised from the walk will go towards research to help us find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s.

Click here for more information or to register click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

PORT ELIOT FESTIVAL
Thursday 27th - Sunday 30th July 2017

 

Port Eliot Festival 2016

The four day Port Eliot Festival is a magical combination of books, food, music, art, comedy, fashion, films, flowers, wildlife and water, which defies categorisation. Held in the spectacular grounds of the ancient Port Eliot estate in southeast Cornwall (the oldest continually inhabited dwelling in the UK), the festival provides inspiration and surprises for all ages at every turn. Over the years new areas have been added, broadening the appeal to younger audiences and others who might never have considered coming to a literary festival before – including the immensely popular Cabaret Tent (where you’ll dance late into the night) the Caught by the River stage and The Hullabaloo. For full details see website.