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All reviews continental breakfast country house front of the house muesli cornish countryside lovely furniture fawlty towers on arrival large room beautiful building lots of hot water old house lovely house home made nice breakfast decent size camel trail
Beautiful building and rooms,Marco is a good host.rooms are very big-clean and bright.very comfy beds-big en-suites.very quiet and only 4ish miles out of Bodmin.open fire with a small bar and quiet music with tea and coffees in your rooms.perfect for quiet breaks.
We stayed here for five nights, to be close to a party location in Tresarrat and to have a base for some walking on the coast. The Camel trail (the old railway line, now a path/cycle track) runs down in the Helland valley below the...More
Avoid this place at all costs.. it is not how described .
We booked this as a baby moon before our little one arrives in December. From the pictures it looks like it has an old charm. So we were given room 11. By the...More
My son and I had a 2-night stay here in August and we couldn't fault it. The house itself is beautifully decorated and well-looked after, and in a lovely peaceful setting. The staff, particularly the couple who own Tredethy, were friendly and welcoming. Our room...More
A beautiful, imposing property with lovely period features throughout. Rooms very comfy and spacious. Enjoyed a drink in the bar later at night and having a chat with Marco the owner who was friendly and welcoming. Will be back!
Tredethy House is a beautiful, peaceful and informally elegant English Country House set in an area of outstanding beauty. Built in Tudor times and later extended, it has been the unique home of many British …Morefamilies and of Prince Chula of Thailand until the late sixties. A delightful and unique holiday spot today, Tredethy offers privacy and the blissful peace of the countryside whatever the season and is yet at easy reach of the North and South Coast as well as the many places of interest such as the Eden Project and the divine National Trust Houses and Gardens of Cornwall. The seven acres of grounds at Tredethy are themselves a piece of history with original planting like the most beautiful Hydrangeas and pink Rhododendrons. March hosts hundreds of narcissus, April is time for the breathtaking display of bluebells, followed by wild garlic and blue and pink wildflowers. Autumn is a fantastic season, full of colour and peace, and lots of anticipation for the festive season we all look forward to every year. Less
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