Port Eliot is an historic house, a hidden gem in the village of St Germans. A Grade 1 Listed house and Grade 1 Listed Park and Gardens, it has until recently been kept a secret but is now open by the Earl and Countess of St Germans to welcome visitors into their home.
Antiquities range from rare Boule armoires to art ranging from Reynolds, Hoppner, Van Dyke, Opie and to the modern masterpiece of the Riddle Mural in the Round Room by Robert Lenkiewicz.
Port Eliot is open for 2011 from March 12th to 16th June and 20th June to 7th July each day except Fridays, from 2pm to 6pm (last admission to the house at 5pm). Easy access and dogs welcome in the grounds.
How to Get to Us
Port Eliot is in the village of St Germans, 2 miles off the A38. Please take the B3249 off the A38 and the main entrance is sign posted as the Tideford Cricket Ground/Port Eliot entrance. Port Eliot is a 5 min walk from the St Germans railway station.