Tor House is an impressive, Grade II listed residence located in the Rame Peninsular of East Cornwall, an area immersed in great history and tradition.
Dating back to 1792, Tor House was originally built for Joshua Rowe, the proprietor of Crinnis Mine, a copper resource near St Austell. Throughout this time, the house would have played host to many notable guests and special events, much the same as it does today.
Very little has changed to property over the years and it continues to fascinate guests with the striking features it boasts. Tuscan features, beautiful French windows and delicate coving are just some of the distinctive features that make Tor House a memorable and cherished place for your celebration - you won't want to leave.