The building is built in the style of a Cornish cottage, the sagging roof caused much consternation for the building inspector involved in approving the structure. Visitors still look at the building commenting on the “crooked roof-line” usually making for some interesting conversations with enthusiasts and construction specialists.
Attached to The Parson’s Nose is the Rose Room indoor display.
We offer Wi-Fi in the Cafe area. Look for ‘Cockington_Visitors’ in your Wi-Fi location and follow the prompts.
We are currently revamping and refurbishing the Rose Room & Garden Cage. Whilst currently closed we look forward to re-opening in March.
The new facilities will include:
Featuring the 34 Room ‘Waverley’ Dolls house, Misrule Dolls house of ‘Seven Little Australians’ fame.
Along with a range of specialty gifts, fairies, models, miniatures and more.
Light Refreshments will also be available from the Rose Room; Coffee, Snacks, Confectionary, plus Ice Creams & Cold Drinks.
Special Exhibition Room
See one of the largest private collections of famous Royal Winton China. The collection has been sourced from around the world and is on permanent loan.
We apologise for any inconvenience during this refurbishment however look forward to refreshing and adding to our current display.
Still plenty to enjoy!
We hope you enjoy your stroll through our Display Gardens, and Thank you for your visit.