Cotehele, Quay, Cornwall, England
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Cotehele, Quay, Cornwall, England

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The Cotehele Quay, with the Tamar sailing barge, Shamrock, on the river, behind the starting view is a Cafe / Bar and a Visitor centre, a short walk away is the Mill as well

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A: Cotehele, Apple Varieties, Cornwall, England

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Apple varieties on display, for tasting from the existing Orchard at Cotehele.

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B: Cotehele, Main Entrance, Cornwall, England

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The main entrance into the Courtyard of Cotehele, a large Barn to the right houses the Visitor center.

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C: Cotehele, House And Gallery, Cornwall, England

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D: Cotehele, Courtyard, Cornwall, England

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E: Cotehele, Mother Orchard, Cornwall, England

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F: Cotehele, Front Lawns, Cornwall, England

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The front lawns of the house, with its views down into the Tamar valley.

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G: Cotehele Mother Orchard

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H: Cotehele, Upper Gardens, Cornwall, England

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The Upper Gardens behind the fishpond.

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I: Cotehele, Upper Gardens, Fish Pond, Cornwall, England

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The Upper Gardens of Cotehele contain this tranquil fishpond.

Cotehele, Upper Gardens, Fish Pond, Cornwall, England

J: Cotehele, The Base Of Prospect Tower, Cornwall, England

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