New Opening Dates for 2013
Port Eliot will be open to the public from 11th March to 6th June, and 10th June to 15th July 2013 (closed 7th – 9th June). The house and gardens will be open daily, except Fridays, from 2pm to 6pm (last admission at 5pm). For more information click here.
House & Gardens
Child: £4.00 (16 years and under)
Public Transport / Groups / Seniors: £7.00
Joint Admission with Mount Edgcumbe
Adult: £10.00 House & Gardens
Admission to St Germans Priory Norman church, adjacent to the house is FREE.
Large group visits are welcome by appointment only. For more information please call 01503 230211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The entrance to Port Eliot House & Gardens is signposted off the B3249, this entrance is also known as the Tideford Cricket Ground entrance. A gravel drive leads to the car park which is approximately 500m from the house.
Registered drivers with disabilities
There are spaces for vehicles of registered drivers with disabilities beside the house. Please enter the car park in the normal way and report to the ticket booth, or if this is closed, continue towards the house where you will be directed to a space.
A vehicle is available for those who require assistance between the house and the car park/Tea Room.
Accessibility to the house and gardens
There is one gentle flight of stairs in the house. If you have restrictions or need any other advice on access to Port Eliot House & Gardens please contact us in advance of your visit.
All visitors using the paths and grounds are asked to take care and to wear appropriate footwear. The paths are rough and uneven in places but there are stunning grounds and views of the viaduct and estuary.
We are dog friendly! Dogs are allowed off the lead on the Park on Wednesdays and on other days on the lead in the gardens. Guide dogs are allowed in the house.
Port Eliot Tea Room
New for 2013, the tea room will be located in the Long Gallery. Open from 12.30 to 5pm each day except Fridays, the Long Gallery Tea Room may be accessed by non visitors from the entrance in St German’s village. For those visiting the house & gardens we advise parking in the main Port Eliot car park and accessing from the conservatory exit in the house or via the gate houses as signposted.
Detailed directions to Port Eliot can be found on the directions page.