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The house, surrounded by formal and woodland gardens boasts of 50 rooms giving visitors a glimpse into the life of a Victorian country house. A two-hour tour of this magnificent Victorian house takes you to the plush children’s nursery wing, state rooms, kitchens, larders, sculleries, servants’ quarters, gardens and wooded estate.
Lanhydrock House created history when it was used as a film location for The Three Musketeers (1993) and Twelfth Night (1996). You should not miss the chance to visit the gallery, which is the most impressive room in the house. It is located in the north wing. Browse among the large collection of books and take time to admire the portraits.
Points of interest you should visit in the Lanhydrock House are the outer and inner halls, kitchen, scullery, the bake house, the dry larder, fish and meat larder, dairy, Lady Robartes Room, the lobby, steward’s room, and the billiard room. You should not also miss seeing the smoking room, nursery wing, nanny's bedroom, servant’s bedroom, footmen's livery room, His Lordship's Room, Her Ladyship's room, boudoir, drawing room, morning room, prayer room and the music room. It would be like stepping back into the past and seeing how the early residents of Lanhydrock House lived. Grab the chance to feel how it was like walking in and out of the house every day.
The 22-acre spectacular garden is a feast to the eyes, giving you a wonderful spread of colorful rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias. Lanhydrock garden and park is open all year round. To book tours, you may contact telephone number 01208 265950, email email@example.com or visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk for more details.