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If you are looking for a self-catering holiday home in Cornwall for summer or winter then pay a visit to Forgotten Houses. Forgotten Houses are unusual self-catering holiday houses, cottages and homes in Cornwall, Wales, and Ireland. Whether you are looking for a large house overlooking the Helford River, a romantic thatched cottage in the …read more »
From 30th March – 31st August the house and garden will be open to the public on certain days. Bookings are currently taken for tours of the house for 2016. You can find more information by clicking on the Visitor Days tab at the top of this page.
“A fantastic house with big rooms and loads of atmosphere. Great dining room for breakfast, with lots of antiques etc. Very comfortable bed, and excellent breakfast, with very friendly host. The bathroom was not ensuite, and was down a corridor, but robes provided. If you want modern up to date with ensuite, then this is …read more »
40% of country houses that take guests are luxurious, amazing and very expensive. The other 59% offer sub-par service. And all of them feel like hotels rather than The actual estates they once were. This place is the remaining 1%. A country house that is still a country house. It just happens that you can …read more »
“This is truely an opportunity to travel back in time and experience gracious livingley .Tea and home made cake on arrival and an opportunity to learn about the history of this mini statley home.We would strongley recommend avisit on your tour of Cornwall”
“My wife and I were transported back to the 18th century in this delightful, ancient, rambling house and grounds. Breakfast in the enormous dining room being stared at by the ancestors in their portraits on the walls is an experience worth the visit alone. Unfortunately we stayed for only 2 days, but we shall return …read more »
“Bosvathick is a beautiful old country house buried deep within the lanes of Cornwall. The house has been in the owners’ family for centuries, so the pictures on the walls really are of the ancestors. The welcome is warm and friendly and the breakfasts delicious. The only challenge is the distance to the bathroom if …read more »