It’s Christmas 1941. The people of Prideaux Place are preparing for a party… Blown in on icy winds, a robin heralds the arrival of a mysterious visitor. A visitor who touches the hearts of all those she meets, turning Prideaux into a magical, christmassy place. Join us as we make snowflakes and angels to decorate […]
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Due to filming the house and grounds will be closed to the public (except for pre-booked tours) from Thursday 27th April to Sunday 21st May. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.
In aid of the British Deer Society. For further details click on the flyer image.
In 2013 the laurel hedges which we had created over the years succumbed to a disastrous and terminal leaf die back. Most of the laurel has been removed but as the disease has spread so rapidly more will have to be taken out. This has meant rethinking the landscape and starting afresh with new ideas […]
We have also appeared in many books , the press and magazines. An especially delightful book with stunning photography and a foreword by Julian Fellowes is The English Country House. Prideaux Place is one of only 10 great country houses depicted in the book which is on sale in our gift shop.
Just before Christmas our year culminated by being featured on BBC1’s Countryfile with Matt Baker.
In the Autumn you may have heard Carmen Hocking our Administrator and Elke Tanner one of our German tour guides discussing tourism with John McCarthy on BBC Radio 2 Saturday Live
We will be opening for 2014 on Easter Sunday, 20th April.
The licensed Terrace Tearoom is open from 12.30pm to 5pm from Sunday to Thursday serving light lunches, coffee,Cornish ice cream, cakes and of course our famous cream teas.
Feeding times vary so if you are planning your visit to include seeing the deer being fed please check the time beforehand by contacting the Administrator on 01841 532411 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org