One of the most fascinating and complete late 19th-century houses in England, Lanhydrock is full of period atmosphere. Although the gatehouse and north wing (with magnificent 32 yard-long gallery with plaster ceiling) survive from the 17th century, the rest of the house was rebuilt following a disastrous fire in 1881.
The new house featured the latest in contemporary living, including central heating.
The garden has a stunning collection of magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias, and offers fine colours right through into autumn.
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