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Prideaux Place

Pridaeux Place Way, Padstow PL28 8RP, England
+44 1841 532411
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Just not worth the entrance fee

Took a break in Padstow for a few hours from walking the coastal path and decided to visit Prideaux... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Peter P
Andover, United Kingdom
Excellent tour guide

Having had lunch at the cafe in front of the house, two of our party took the guided tour. Only six... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Plymouth, Devon
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Pridaeux Place Way, Padstow PL28 8RP, England
+44 1841 532411
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Reviewed yesterday

Took a break in Padstow for a few hours from walking the coastal path and decided to visit Prideaux Place, The gardens are just not worth the effort they are a work in progress the exhibits in the stable yard are poor and as for...More

Thank Peter P
Reviewed 3 days ago

Having had lunch at the cafe in front of the house, two of our party took the guided tour. Only six rooms, out of 81, are viewed and, yet, the tour lasted well over an hour. The guide provided just the right level of detail....More

Thank plymouth
Reviewed 1 week ago

Unfortunately we did not have time to explore the gardens but thoroughly enjoyed a guided tour of the house after a snack lunch in the cafe. Guide was excellent and very informative - such an interesting history.

Thank hilliemason
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A group of us keen gardeners went on a visit to Prideaux place particularly interested in the hard work being done to restore a garden which has been neglected for years. You can imagine our delight when we were not only invited to have tea...More

1  Thank Weekender787
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We arrived just as the deer were being fed - as we were the only people taking an interest Jim Hocking allowed me to help!!!! We opted to wander around the gardens only which was lovely - very relaxed and very beautiful. The only thing...More

3  Thank Jill F
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

travelled there today as was looking forward to visiting.Though website said it was open when we got there or was shut til May 21st.It doesn't take much to update details does it and then we wouldn't have wasted time travelling there.

5  Thank willockclogger
Reviewed 13 May 2017

We had lunch in the small cafe here when we arrived. I had a very tasty quiche and salad and my husband had an excellent ploughmans. Later I had a piece of lemon drizzle cake which was fantastic. We wandered round the gardens and then...More

Thank OrchardMary_12
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

I just stopped in for some cream tea with a beautiful view but sadly didn't have time to take a tour. The service was great and the portion very generous although sadly not the most delicious scone I've tasted but none the less very enjoyable....More

Thank vralexander
Reviewed 24 April 2017

We decided to only visit the gardens. The weather was kind, with sunshine and a gentle breeze. The routes around the gardens were well described in the leaflet and it was a truly relaxing experience, taking in the bluebells and wild garlic. The amount of...More

2  Thank Jill W
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We had a beautiful day for our visit: drifts of bluebells welcomed us to the grounds,the deer dutifully turned up for their treats, the cream tea was tasty, the little museum contained both cannon and photos of film shoots ....Our small group tour of the...More

2  Thank Sue D
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Paul K
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19 September 2016|
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Response from Vivienne G | Reviewed this property |
Adults £8.50, children £2 for House and gardens
Are there any concessions?
3 August 2016|
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Response from Kath2648 | Reviewed this property |
No I dont think so. We are over 60 but decided not to ask as there was nothing to say there was concessions when we paid. By memory think we paid £8 but it was worth it.