- Accessible loos
- Accessible parking
- Bike storage facilities
- Cafe / restaurant
- Easily accessible without car
- Free parking
- Parkland / open spaces
- Picnic area
Welcome to the house by the owner, Elizabeth Price, and conducted house tour followed by Cornish cream tea.
It is a Grade II* house in 6 acres of parkland, and dates (as it stands) from 1810-1815, so very much a Regency house. Once home to a sheriff of Cornwall it has a fascinating history. Of great appeal to Jane Austen/Poldark fans! There is a tea room in our magnificent Orangery where superb fresh meals can be taken (at extra cost). There is also a Marble Hall with red columns, a Ballroom, Library, Drawing Room, Music Room with domed ceiling and Orangery.
Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.
Tuesday 10.30 to 17.00
Wednesday 10.30 to 17.00
Group visits for between 10 and 50 people most welcome. The cost is from £75 but free for organisers. We can offer tea and coffee, biscuits and cakes in our Orangery. The tour of the house and grounds takes about 2 hours.
We’re sometimes available on other days, so do ask if there is a special date you’re looking for.
School visits welcome especially if the students are studying Regency literature or architectural history. The repairs to the house have taken 10 years and the works that have taken place are fascinating. Teachers may contact us via the website, www.roswarne.co.uk. Class group of up to 30 welcome and the price is £100 for a 3 hour trip.
Previous visitors have said
Have followed you from the start of the restoration. A beautiful work of art, and such a spiritual building/home. Thank you
What a beautiful house, I hope your plans move forward and the venue becomes one of Cornwall's premier places to come, thank you.
Holman Park, Tehidy Road, Camborne, Cornwall, TR14 8FE
Driving: Entering Camborne from the east, West Camborne on the A30, follow the instructions in to the town. After the mini roundabout in the town the first left is Camborne Hill/Fore Street. Take this turning and 100 yards at the foot of the hill you’ll see a sign to Holman Park. The electric gates will open automatically for you. You will see our house on your right.
Public transport: There is a train station and a bus station and we are 5 minutes from each.
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