It's time for a few more photos of our Cornish trip in October. I completely forgot I hadn't posted more of these, so here we go.
Godophin House, near Helston in Cornwall, began life as a 15th. century, Tudor manorhouse, and has been added to over the centuries by various owners. It's become almost derelict and has now been bought by the National Trust who are gradually restoring it. The garden is one of the oldest in the country, being around seven hundred years old. I took loads of photos so will start with some of the house and *do* the garden later in the week.
Approaching the house and passing the stable block.
The main house. The restoration work is quite obvious.
A sideview of the house.
These next four are of the inner courtyard which you get to through that centre opening in the main house.
A back view of the house.
A pretty cottage attached to one of the side wings.