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In an award winning project to save, and give new life to, a building in the curtilage of a Grade listed building, this wonderful old Estate Office, with cellars that are older than the house, has been fully restored and divided into four separate houses. Set in the sunny historic orchard area of the listed landscape, each house is designed to ensure our guests have lots of privacy as well as beautiful country views.

A short way down the old Tremayne Drive, built for the visit of Queen Victoria, and almost a part of the Long Valley woods, are four of our luxury environmental new build houses. Our amazing (and in some cases pretty impressively ancient) thatch, cob and stone cottages have been restored to the highest standards whilst retaining their character. Guests can now enjoy an exclusive guided walk around the habitat restorative projects at Trelowarren.

Trelowarren offers leisure facilities within it's beautifully restored historic walled gardens so you can stay, play, and unwind.
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read more › Trelowarren is unique. On the south bank of the Helford River that was made famous by Daphne du Maurier's novel Frenchman's Creek, this is the historic estate that inspired her iconic tale of handsome smugglers, secret assignations in wooded creeks and political intrigue. She called Trelowarren, 'a jewel' and here it still is - your invitation to a Cornish holiday in the heart of a 1000 acres of beauty and tranquillity. Coming to Trelowarren is more than booking a standard self-catering holiday cottage; it is the opportunity to slow down and re-connect.

read more › Contact the Trelowarren team any time via phone, fax or web. Fill out your details below and we will get back to you about planning your Cornwall getaway as soon as possible. From Helston take the A3083 towards Culdrose and The Lizard. Just past Culdrose, turn left at the mini roundabout onto the B3293 to Goonhilly/St Keverne. At the top of the hill (Mawgan Cross roundabout) take the third exit (do NOT go into Mawgan village) drive past Garras Primary School and keep going straight on for one mile to double lodges.

read more › We are very sorry but The swimming pool and leisure will not be open to non residents in 2021. In two acres of sun-trap romantic walled gardens, we have our wonderful 20m outdoor heated ozone swimming pool, an all-weather tennis court and the gym. Within the surrounds of a historic Walled Garden, we have created. Our wonderful walks are open April-October Visit a Victorian folly, the highest point on The Lizard, an Iron Age Hill Fort, a river formed by the Ice Age and an. The New Yard Restaurant is situated in the historic stable yard at Trelowarren in Cornwall, a private estate that has been owned by the same family for over 600 years.

read more › We are very sorry but the swimming pool and leisure will not be open to non residents in 2021. PLEASE NOTE OUR GYM IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2021 Looking out onto the walled garden and swimming pool our gym is equipped with the latest top of. Free for Trelowarren guests. Memberships available (monthly and annually) or pay casually 8.50 for adults and 4 for children. Please note casual swims are restricted to the hours between 10am-12pm. If you would like to swim outside of these times, please take a look at our membership details.

read more › Visit a Victorian folly, the highest point on The Lizard, an Iron Age Hill Fort, a river formed by the Ice Age and an 18th century garden. The Woodland walk is open from 11am to 5pm during the season. You will find the Manor of Trelowarren in the 11th century Domesday Book, but it was farmed, forested and hunted over long before that. The main walk is about four miles (6.5km) long, but there is a shorter, circular walk of one mile (1.6 km) and an "extension" to Tremayne Quay, on the Helford, which is 2.5 miles (4km) each way.

read more › Looking out onto the walled garden and swimming pool our gym is equipped with the latest top of the range equipment. The gym is open seven days a week from 8.30am to 8pm. Pulsefitness equipment offers the latest in gym technology combined with the lowest possible environmental impact. Equipment includes Strength Suite and Cardio Suite. Membership is free for Trelowarren guests. Annual and monthly memberships are available for non-guests: visit our Membership page for full details.

read more › We host supper evenings each Wednesday to Saturday, with all diners arriving at at 18:30. Sample menus and more information can be found in the menu section. After a challenging start to the year the walled garden is taking great strides forward, have a peak inside when visiting. We hope to welcome you to look around very soon.

read more › Since 2004 our Trelowarren Share programme has given our guests an opportunity to own their own little slice of Cornwall and become part of a vibrant and welcoming community. Well for a start when you arrive at your house it's warm and inviting, the fire is laid, the grass is cut, the shopping is in the fridge and the staff welcome you by name. In the 1000 acres of Trelowarren and beyond in the wilderness of the Lizard, you can enjoy walking, cycling, sailing or generally exploring. You can have barbecues on the beach, river trips on the Helford and fantastic food at our New Yard Restaurant if you don't want to wonder too far from home.

read more › This house is one of the Lower Barn houses situated in a very secluded position providing lots of privacy and a safe garden for children to play in. There are terrace areas for entertaining and to simply relax and enjoy the sunshine, peace and tranquillity. Peacefully positioned in the centre of the estate, the thatched Doctor's Cottage dates from the 16th century and retains its original character whilst being renovated to high modern standards. This is a large luxury three bedroom house. It is at the opposite end of the Long Valley terrace to Tregenna and has great views and privacy with extensive garden and terrace areas.

read more › Q: What is the term of the lease? A: A full lease is one week (RCI calendar) each year, for 20 years. So for Polgear in Week 22 you pay 8,200 and you can come for Week 22 (first week in June) for the next 20 years. That equates to 410 a year + the annual service charge. So you can guarantee your holiday is considerably less than a self catering week this year, and with a substantial saving over the next 20 years. Q: Why buy a Trelowarren Share week at Trelowarren? A: Well there are all kinds of practical reasons like comfort, and plumbers, and cleaning, and value -but we think that the best reason is Trelowarren itself.

read more › We think buying 20 years of holidays in beautiful South Cornwall at today's price just makes good sense. If you can't come for some reason one year - we can put it up for self catering and you can earn an income from your week. This house is one of the Lower Barn houses situated in a very secluded position providing lots of privacy and a safe garden for children to play in. There are terrace areas for entertaining and to simply relax and enjoy the sunshine, peace and tranquillity. The following weeks are now available for 20 year agreements: weeks 29 and 30 (high season - summer holidays).

read more › Daphne Du Maurier described Trelowarren as 'a jewel in the palm of your hand'. As you wind our way along the drive, through ancient woodland that gives way to open parkland and views across rolling countryside tumbling into wooded valleys, it is easy to see why Ms Du Maurier was so enchanted by it. From the trees forming a leafy archway above and the hedgerows speckled with wildflowers to the lush expanses where fizz and feasting can be enjoyed alongside heady views, you, too, will succumb to its palpable sense of romance.

read more › We are huge dog lovers here at Trelowarren and you can bring two well behaved dogs to Trelowarren, however we have laid out the following dog policy to ensure you, your pets and our other guests have a happy holiday. Any customer staying at Trelowarren implicitly agrees to this policy as it forms part of the T&C or renting a cottage at Trelowarren. Firstly, please provide details of the dog(s) coming with you at the time of booking and remember that your dog is your responsibility at all times.

read more › Trelowarren has 1000 acres of woodland and pasture, all of the accommodation is 5star, gold award. Whether you choose an old cottage or a new eco house, you will find yourself in a beautiful house, cleaned to the highest of standards with lots of space inside and out. You can walk to the restaurant, you have a wood fired pizza oven on site, you can swim in the heated ozone pool and you can relax and enjoy the tranquility of the estate. If you want to find out what is going on around and about, visit the What's On in Cornwall website.

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