Detail of a Dutch-style gable on the east front at Trerice, Cornwall

Important notice -

Please be aware that Trerice house and garden is now closed for the winter. The house and garden reopen fully on 2 March 2019.

Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden



What's on

Upcoming events

Volunteer open day

Tue 05 Mar 2019
Looking for your next adventure? Donate your time at Trerice.


Sat 09 Mar 2019
Kernow Astronomers bring a stargazing evening at Trerice.

Conservation in Action - caring for metal work

Mon 11 Mar 2019
See how our conservation team care for the metal work in the collection at Trerice.

Conservation in Action - caring for ceramics

Mon 18 Mar 2019
See how our conservation team care for the ceramics in our collection at Trerice.

Trerice: The Archaeology of a Medieval Manor Farm

Fri 29 Mar 2019
Learn the history of Trerice's archaeology with a specially scheduled volunteer walking tour of Trerice and discover it's history as a medieval manor farm.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Mon 08 Apr 2019
Follow the clues around the garden at Trerice and finish your adventure with a Cadbury treat at the end.
Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions logo

Best Days Out Cornwall 

We're proud to be part of an association of tourist attractions in Cornwall that, for over 40 years, has been working to provide the best attractions for families and visitors to Cornwall.


Eating and shopping


Get involved

Costume group volunteers help dress a visitor as a Tudor

Volunteering at Trerice 

Join a knowledgeable, passionate team and share stories and history about Trerice with visitors.



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.



Weddings and venue hire


Places to stay

Holiday Cottage at Trerice

The West Wing 

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.


Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Trerice on the National Trust Collections website