Please find below information regarding the house tours Bosvathick offers as well as details about our gardens which can be visited. For more in depth details you can go straight to our other website: www.bosvathick.co.uk
Bosvathick is a small country house between Constantine and Falmouth. It has been in the hands of one family since the 1760s. The house continues to be a family home and the focus of family life, yet retains much of the appearance and historic features of life a century ago.
The little-known gardens have mature camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons and hydrangeas. 2013 was the start of a major redevelopment of large areas of the garden, formerly overgrown with laurel. Visitors will now be able to see summer flowering herbaceous borders, a newly planted orchard and the early spring visitor will be greeted by several thousand spring bulbs followed by our native bluebells in early May.
The house will be open to the public on appointed Thursdays and Sundays during April and May (for dates click here), the garden will also be open on selected Thursdays and Sundays during April and May (Sunday 9th April and 30th April and Thursday 13th April and 27th April. Sunday 7th May and 21st May and Thursday 11th May and 25th May) time: 11am – 4pm. No booking will be required to visit the garden which will carry a £4.00 entry fee (children under 12 go free). However, booking will be required to join tours of the house; please see opposite for cost and details or visit the website: www.bosvathick.co.uk