Christmas treats and gifts
Christmas is the time to treat yourself and your loved ones, so grab a mince pie and browse our various stalls for that perfect gift this December.
Eating and drinking
Whether your preference is to be out in the elements roasting chestnuts on an open fire or snuggled in the warmth with a mulled wine, we have it all. Those taking the cosy approach, head to the house to find the little café tucked away in the old kitchen. Here, among the gorgeous decorations, you’ll be able to relax with a mug of something warm or perhaps one of our homemade eggnogs. Other Christmas goodies may tempt you too, with a selection of festive cakes and mince pies it will be hard to resist.
However, the smell of roasting chestnuts from the stableyard will provide another temptation. Here you’ll find the classic Christmas treat along with delicious soups and mulled wine to warm you up from the inside. This is the perfect place to browse the craft stalls which you’ll find more detail about below. For those with a big hole in their belly, the main café will be serving up hearty seasonal lunches along with other festive fancies to sate that insatiable sweet tooth.
Craft stalls and shopping
If you are looking for a unique gift for special someone, look no further than the lovely craft stalls in the stables. Fantastic local craftspeople will be selling their diverse wares which make for ideal gifts. You can choose from food items like incredible local ciders, honey and jams, or handmade crafts like ceramics, decorations and artwork. There is an inspiring amount of skill on display here and the money you spend goes towards supporting these invaluable local crafts.
The main shop will be chock full of amazing seasonal goods. Here you can shop for delicate decorations for your tree or choose the perfect Christmas card set from our charming selection. Our warming woollen rugs make for great gifts along with delicious biscuit assortments in elegant tins you’ll have to keep. Again, money spent here supports the conservation of Trelissick, helping keep it special for future generations to enjoy Christmas here too.