Cornwall's Godolphin House open to public for a week

Godolphin House. Pic: National Trust
Image caption Parts of Godolphin House date back to the 15th and 16th Century

A National Trust property in Cornwall is opening to the public for a week for only the second time in three years.

Visitors to Godolphin House, near Helston, would be able to see how well restoration work at the property was coming along, the trust said.

Fittings and furniture have been put into the building, which was just a shell in July, the trust said.

The Grade I-listed building, parts of which date to the 15th and 16th Century, is open until 9 September.

Restoration work began in 2007.

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