Trerice

Important notice -

We open for the 2016 season on February 27. Until then we're busy carrying out conservation work as well as other tasks that can only be done when we are closed. Trelissick, 30 minutes away, is currently open every day.

Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden

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Things to see and do

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What's on 

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Eating and shopping

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History

A patent from Charles II granting Richard Arundell a baronetcy in 1664 in gratitude for his father's loyalty to the crown during the Civil War

Unearth our history 

Discover the fascinating history of the house and grounds at Trerice.

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Our work

Elizabethan knot garden at Trerice

Explore our Knot Garden 

In the winter of 2013, eight hundred young yew trees were planted to map out the intricate design of a new Elizabethan knot garden here at Trerice.

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Places to stay

Holiday Cottage at Trerice

West Wing holiday cottage  

If you’ve enjoyed your time here, why not book a holiday and stay longer? The West Wing at Trerice is a first floor flat that sleeps two with one bedroom.

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Groups

Trerice facilities

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Join or give

Volunteering at Trerice