An oasis of calm in this fleeting world. We couldn’t think of anything to make it more perfect. And the garden ‘Eden-like’ as well. Thank you for the special stay.
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“I really cannot fault this place! Fantastic decor, warm hostess, comfy beds & lovely shower. We have really enjoyed our stay, albeit short. ( I wish I could move in…) Many thanks” Emily & Andrew, Amsterdam. 19th October 2014
“The beauty and peace of Bosvathic – what a find! I shall return to see the gardens in full glory” Dick Richards, July 2014
“Great old house and gardens, we enjoyed the fernway with the heads and the lovely lake. Thank you for a good rest.” Jim & Sally, July 2014
“A lovely, lovely stay in the most gorgeous house – delicious breakfast & peaceful atmosphere. An expansive selection of good books, always a treat. Loved seeing the nursery and reading about the house & it’s long & colourful life! We have been lucky with the weather but also the time of year to see the …read more »
We are proud to have recently been awarded a bravo tripadvisor award.
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 »
Between March and August the house and garden will be open to the public on certain days. Bookings are currently taken for tours of the house for 2019. 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 »