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Duloe Manor

Cornwall, England
Duloe Manor Things To Do

Duloe Manor is ideally located for many of Cornwall's best attractions.

The popular Monkey Sanctuary promotes the 'welfare, conservation and survival of primates'. Meet a colony of Amazonian Woolly Monkeys and gain insight into their individual characters, before heading to the Bat Cave and the treetop café.

Other local attractions include the Land of Legend, Polperro's model village, where you can get carried away by Cornish mysteries. Meanwhile, the Lower Lake Shooting Grounds near Liskeard offers expert shooting tuition from English Open Champion Bill Moussalli.

Visit a Landmark Millennium Project in St Austell, the Eden Project

Heading south to landmark projects

A short drive west along the coast brings you to St Austell, home of the Eden Project. A Landmark Millennium Project, it transformed the vast china clay pit overlooking St. Austell Bay into a dramatic global garden - a living theatre of plants and people.

St Austell's Colossal Cornish Market World has a huge array of stalls under one roof, including those you'd expect as well as lots more unusual ones. Also, don't miss the award-winning and mysterious Lost Gardens of Heligan, thought to be the largest restoration project in Europe.

The National Maritime Museum in Cornwall is located in an award-winning building on the harbour

Historical and technical heritage

Keep following the coastline south west to reach Falmouth and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Housed in an award-winning building on the harbour, its range of exhibits and hands-on displays depicts the region's maritime heritage.

Just beyond Falmouth, the town of Helston has something for everyone. Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station is the largest and oldest satellite station in the world, with over 60 giant satellite dishes.

At the Flambards Experience, go back in time exploring the Victorian village or experience life during war-torn Britain. Or visit one of Cornwall's most important heritage sites, the 18th-century Poldark tin mine, which is now a hub for craftspeople, from pottery makers to wood turners.

Watch an evening performance in the 750 seat, fully equipped auditorium in the cliff side Minack Theatre

From culture to agriculture

Head west of Helston to Penzance and the famous cliff-side Minack Theatre, to enjoy an evening performance in the 750-seat, fully equipped auditorium. In nearby St Ives, the Tate Gallery occupies a spectacular site overlooking Porthmeor Beach.

Further up Cornwall's west coast, Dairyland Farm near Newquay has all the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm, promoting a better understanding between town and country.

Take a walk around the beautifully arranged wooded parkland and Lanhydrock property, part of the National Trust

History in stages

Alternatively, head north west from Duloe to Bodmin. National Trust property Lanhydrock is arguably the finest house in Cornwall, set in 450 acres of wooded parkland and encircled by rare shrubs and trees.

Everyone can experience the excitement and romance of steam travel at Bodmin and Wenford Railway, which also hosts special events such as visits from 'Thomas' and real ale festivals.

Skirting the edge of the windswept and mystical Bodmin Moor, head north to Tintagel Castle, home of the legend of King Arthur. Dramatically positioned above cornflower-blue seas, the castle's 13th century remains are breathtaking.

Visit the stunning Cotehele Tudor house and it's riverside gardens

Tudor mansions and riverside views

Driving east from Duloe, head to Saltash and the National Trust's Cotehele Tudor house and riverside gardens, with a superb collection of textiles, armour and furniture.

While you're in the area, visit another National Trust treasure, Antony House near Torpoint. An early 18th century mansion set in parkland, it features fine gardens overlooking the River Lynher.

Also nearby, Edgcumbe House is the stunning Tudor home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Located on a peninsula that extends into the River Tamar, the property and its surrounding grounds have spectacular views over Plymouth Sound, one of England's finest natural harbours.

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