Important notice -

We're hosting a wedding on Saturday 3 September, so last entry to the house will be 3.30pm. The house and Barn restaurant will close at 4.00pm and the gardens will close at 4.30pm. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden


Things to see and do



What's on

Upcoming events

Summer of Sport - Active Tuesdays

Tue 30 Aug 2016
Archery, horseless show jumping, slapcock (badminton). If you're aiming for an active summer, you can perfect your shot with this version of archery from Archery GB, suitable for everyone to have a go at. Can you get a clear round in our...

Trerice Volunteers Choir

Wed 31 Aug 2016
The wonderful Trerice Volunteers Choir was established last year for the Christmas period, they enjoyed performing together so much that they've banded together for a series of summer performances.

Summer of Sport - Sports Crafts

Thu 01 Sep 2016
Sports crafts Thursdays. 28 July, 4, 11, 18, 25 August, 1 September. A sports themed craft activity day to get you in the mood for our summer of sport.

Summer of Sport - Multisport Fridays

Fri 02 Sep 2016
Multisport Fridays.
29 July, 5, 12, 19, 26 August, 2 September. A National Trust 'pentathlon' of garden races, hurdles and throwing games. Designed for the kids, but who can resist having a go?

Hobbyhorse Jousting

Sat 03 Sep 2016
Can you secure victory in our jousting tournament? Suitable for adults and children, whoever hits the target in a best of three match is the champion.

Heritage Open Day

Sat 10 Sep 2016
Spend a day exploring Trerice with no entry fee.

Eating and shopping



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 

Small enchanting Elizabethan house once the home of the Arundell family dynasty. A chequered history which is reflected in the furniture and paintings on display.


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.


Get involved

Volunteering at Trerice