Cyprus Well, Charles Causley’s final home, will be open for cultural stays from October 2022. Beginning from £100 per night for full paying visitors, immerse yourselves in Charles’ world, sitting at the very desk in which he wrote some of his most famous work. Play a tune on his piano, explore his collection of records and books, before taking a stroll into Launceston town centre, which featured heavily in his writing.
Read on for more information, or take a look at our digital brochure: Cyprus Well Stays
A bit about the property:
Cyprus Well was Charles Causley’s home for 50 years. He bought it in 1952 to share with his widowed mother, and continued to live there after she died in 1971. The house is marked just near the front door by a large cast-iron lantern, and by a circular memorial plaque unveiled by Sir Andrew Motion on the property’s formal re-opening in 2013.
It is a small house, the middle one of three in a short terrace, situated down Ridgegrove Hill just outside the centre of Launceston. The road leads towards the Kensey river and then further to the River Tamar and the Cornwall-Devon county border, at Polson Bridge about a mile away.
Our cultural stays will offer additional options for 1-1 mentoring, artistic support, guided walks and time with the Causley Trust staff to ask all of your questions about Charles and Launceston. We also have several catering options which you can explore by getting in touch with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see our brochure for all details: Cyprus Well Stays
Cyprus Well will be available from the 1st of October, subject to availability. For all enquiries, please email email@example.com.