A part of Cotehele Estate, the Cotehele Mill is a historic working watermill with associated buildings, set in a wooded area in the Morden Valley. The mill is still in working condition, and visitors can purchase fresh ground flour ground on the premises. nr Saltash,
England, PL12 6TA
A holy well on the outskirts of Callington and close to Cotehele House. Dupath Well is probably medieval, though it may go back much further. The well is thought to have been a destination for pilgrims suffering from skin diseases and/or whooping cough. Within the well house is an immersion pool where sufferers could bathe in the healing waters.
East Pool Mine is an industrial heritage discovery centre built around historic Cornish beam engines. The mining centre is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. The visitor centre traces the long heritage of mining in Cornwall and its impact on Cornish social history. nr Redruth,
England, R15 3NP
Part museum, part work of art, King Arthurs Great Halls was created by Frederick Thomas Glasscock to foster the Arthurian ideals of chivalry, care and consideration for our fellow human beings. At the heart of the building is the Great Hall, illuminated by a series of 73 stunning Arts and Crafts stained glass windows depicting the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Fore Street,
England, PL34 0DA
Levant Mine stands in a superb location on the edge of a cliff near St Just, Cornwall. A restored steam engine supplies the power for the historic beam engine which stands at the core of the mine buildings. The famous Levant beam engine is the only example still in steam at a copper or tin mine. It is housed in a small winding engine house on the very edge of the cliffs. Trewellard, Pendeen, St Just,
England, TR19 7SX
Penhallam Manor is the site of a 13th-century moated manor house in a wooded setting. Nothing remains of the manor above ground level, but the complete layout of the house can be easily seen in the turf-covered foundations. Week St Mary,
England, EX22 6XW
Beside Poundstock's medieval church is an early 16th-century church house made of stone and cob, built for feasting and 'church ales'. The Gildhouse is a rare survivor, still in use for its original purpose. The historic highlight is a huge plasterwork royal coat of arms to Charles I, dated 1638. Vicarage Lane,
England, EX23 0AX
The Cornish village of Tintagel is famed for the romantic ruins of Tintagel Castle, but there is another historic site in the village that deserves attention. The Old Post Office is a traditional 14th-century house built for a yeoman farmer. Its most obvious feature is an undulating roof of slate tiles with a profile that looks rather like waves on the sea. Fore Street,
England, PL34 0DB
The picturesque remains of an 1870 engine house perch on the cliffs west of St Agnes. There are more late 19th-century mine buildings on top of the cliffs, and a National Trust circular walk takes in a spectacular stretch of Cornish coastline surrounding the mine. Beacon Drive,
England, TR5 0NT
Wheal Peevor was first mined in the 18th century but what we see today are the remarkably complete ruins of a 19th-century tin mine with three engine houses. Peevor mined extremely rich veins of 4% tin ore, but its heyday lasted only from 1872-1889. Now the mine site has been preserved with a network of trails and interpretive panels. Radnor,
England, TR16 5EL
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) after he allegedly stayed here.
An 18th century hotel in the centre of St Austell Cornwall that has been refurbished to a high modern standard whilst maintaining most of it's original features. All of our 17 rooms are en-suite and have recently been redecorated to a high standard.