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Augustinian monks were there from the year 937, while the earliest remaining evidence of a dwelling on the site is a 1500-year-old glazed tiled floor, dating from the late Iron Age.
The Grade I-listed medieval priory and house were remodelled in the 18th century by John Soane.
Port Eliot remains a family home, crammed with the accumulated treasures of its long history.
The collection includes fourteen portraits of the Eliot family by Sir Joshua Reynolds, spanning forty years of his career, and ten from the Iconography series by Van Dyck.
A captivating addition this year will be Marking The Line, a new exhibition by a group of leading contemporary potters and ceramicists, aiming to inspire lovers of art and architecture.
New installations, abstract architectural ceramics and sculpture will provide a compelling complement to Soane’s signature convex mirrors and domed ceilings in the new exhibition.
Port Eliot is lying Festival-fallow this year but there’s a full schedule of attractions for art lovers, families, and just anyone who wants to chill out.
The ancient and beautiful stately home at St Germans will open this spring and into summer for a new series of special events.
Throughout its run, the exhibition will host a whole series of free educational workshops for local communities and schools, including family workshops and evening tours.
VISITOR INFORMATION Port Eliot, St Germans, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 5ND Opening times: 2-6pm. Port Eliot Tea Room open from 12.30pm for homemade lunches and cream teas.