Visiting Trerice: what you need to know

Family group at Trerice

In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.

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Arrival and parking

There is free parking in the Trerice car park within 300 yards of the property entrance. The car park is sometimes unmanned, please proceed to reception if this is the case. There are mobility parking spaces at the end closest to the visitor entrance. Please note that the car park will be locked at 5pm daily.

The welcome team have resumed working from the reception building and, if you are a National Trust member, you will need to show your membership cards upon arrival. Please note there is no car park machine in the car park.

We have lockers available for bags or large bulky items to be stored in during your visit to the main house. This helps us minimise damage to the collection and look after the contents of Trerice. 
 

Staying safe at Trerice

To help keep everyone safe, please follow government guidance when you visit. And look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit. 

A visitor in the shop at Tyntesfield wearing a mask

Face coverings

Wearing a face covering is a personal choice, although they are recommended in crowded and enclosed places. Thank you for supporting us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

What's open?

  • The garden is open.
  • The café is open with indoor and outdoor seating available.
  • The shop and second-hand bookshop are open.
  • The toilets are open as normal.
  • Trerice house is open for free-flow visits around the house.
  • The hayloft is open with brass rubbing activities available.
  • The mowhay is open for the summer months with 5 turf mazes mown into the meadow-grass. 

 

Front view of Trerice

The house at Trerice

An Elizabethan manor with rooms that take you on a journey through history.

Exploring the garden

As spring progresses the garden is abuzz with activity as nature awakens. Wisteria, stocks, alliums, and apple trees are all in bloom. The blue and white border, in particular, is a highlight in May.

Looking at the house through apple blossome

The garden at Trerice

Learn more about spring in the small but varied garden at Trerice.

Eating and shopping

Our café and shop are both open daily between 10.30am-4.30pm. In the café the team will be serving a range of hot and cold drinks, hot and cold snacks and light meals and there is indoor and outdoor seating available.

Staying safe 

Our cafés and food outlets continue to prioritise the health and safety of staff, volunteers, suppliers and visitors. We'll continue to provide hand sanitiser and stick to our high standards of cleanliness. Wearing a face covering is a personal choice, although they are recommended in crowded and enclosed places.

We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you’ll support us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

Bringing your dog

Due to the small nature of the garden at Trerice only assistance dogs are welcome in the garden and house. There are local dog walks at Holywell and Crantock, near Newquay.

 

Accessibility

  • Mobility parking in the main car park. Drop-off point.
  • There is an adapted toilet in the courtyard
  • Threre are some steps and steep slopes. There is a map of the accessible route available - please email the team if you'd like more information.

Access for everyone

If you need to bring a carer or essential companion to accompany you as a disabled visitor, you can now book a carers ticket at the time of booking, free of charge.