PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES NEAR PLYMOUTH
One-Day Workshops at National Trust Cotehele
Owned by the National Trust, Cotehele is a fine granite and slatestone house, nestling on the slopes of the Tamar valley, and is a fine example of a Tudor house. Cotehele provides us with numerous subjects to photograph, from landscapes to architecture.
Dating back to 1485, the Edgecumbe family home, now a National Trust property, is one of the least altered medieval houses in the country. Surrounded by formal gardens, the extensive grounds also include a dovecote and stewpond, a Victorian summerhouse, an 18th century tower, and a richly planted valley garden that reaches all the way to the banks of the River Tamar, where buildings at the Quay house a tearoom and part of the National Maritime museum.