House and Gardens 2019
Due to an extensive programme of renovation and restoration the house and gardens will not be open during the 2019 season.
Areas of the gardens will still be accessible during public ticketed events and limited access to some areas of the house when appropriate to the event.
Port Eliot Festival 2019 – 25th to 28th July 2019 – Tickets
House and Gardens 2020
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 continue towards the house where you will be directed to a space.
A vehicle is available, on request, for those who require assistance between the house and the car park.
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, email@example.com.
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 like to welcome people of all ages and ability to Port Eliot to enjoy our wonderful house and gardens. However because of the age and structure of the house, disabled access is limited. We therefore ask anyone needing a wheelchair or other assisted access to please contact us in advance of your visit so that we can do our very best to ensure that appropriate arrangements are in place for you. Without prior notice we may not be able to assist you. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01503 230211 opt 5 to speak to one of our stewards.
St Germans Priory Church
Adjacent to Port Eliot is the finest, oldest, historic church in Cornwall. Once a cathedral and part of the Pilgrim’s Way, it is an architecturally fascinating building with a well preserved Norman doorway and Burne Jones’ windows as part of its fine features. Still a parish church, it is now undergoing some renewal and innovation as a resource for the community for education and events. For more information please visit www.stgermanspriory.info.