Cornwall Living

Behind the Scenes

As autumn moves into winter, there’s plenty of work to do in Cornwall’s stately homes and gardens to ensure they remain beautiful in 2015.

Cornwall’s stately homes are of immense historical significance to the county, and they’re also loved by many for a great day out – something that thousands of people enjoy between March and October. But what happens when the doors close?

Cotehele in the far east of the county on the River Tamar is one the the county’s most loved properties. It sits nestled into a hill in ancient woodland, with gardens that sweep down through a valley overlooking the river at Calstock.

This sturdy Tudor house, built by land-owning family, the Edgcumbes, was constructed in the late 15th and early 16th century. It is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. The interior has changed little over the years.

Regular Features

An Open Book

In the movie, You’ve Got Mail, a boutique bookshop owner battles it out with a bookshop chain which wants to take over her business. It’s a movie about the irrepressible march of time and of the changing consumer world.

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competition!

Don’t miss out on the chance to win some fantastic prizes.

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Winter Feast

If you’re keen to extend the summer into winter, a barbecue hut is the perfect solution. This is the ultimate lifestyle accessory to ensure you can continue to enjoy al fresco dining all year long in the comfort of your own grounds.

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Ten Things

With so much to do during a stay at the St Moritz Hotel, the question is where to start. Here are 10 things to do in and around the hotel.

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