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Charming house and gardens

Charming Elizabethan house and gardens. Such a delightful home. Informative guides. Good tea room... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Helen S
Harrogate, United Kingdom
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Really interesting place but I would recommend listening to a guide to learn about this interesting... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
chris b
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| Kestle Mill, near Newquay, Newquay, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Charming Elizabethan house and gardens. Such a delightful home. Informative guides. Good tea room too, for a cream tea at the end of the visit.

Thank Helen S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Really interesting place but I would recommend listening to a guide to learn about this interesting house and its residents, before venturing inside.

Thank chris b
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My partner and I really enjoyed our walk around the grounds and manor. Being from Australia these are a real treat for us as we don’t see homes and buildings older than the late 1800s. Recommend signing up with the National trust as they have...More

Thank Adam K
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is always a pleasure to return to this delightful property. It is not large in comparison with many National Trust properties but it always manages to make visitors feel welcome, and the staff and volunteers clearly enjoy their roles. Special activities are offered for...More

Thank Julie A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited on a day that was a mixture of sunshine and rain but there was plenty to do both inside and out: tour of the house, trying on armour, a game of skittles, brass rubbing, archery etc. Think these may be subject to change. Well...More

Thank DA4502015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Tucked away but well worth the visit, lovely house with great history both medieval and more recent....great stories, lovely gardens are the effort and go there.

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

National trust site. Went with young children (3 and 5) was fantastic, 5yr old got to dress up as a knight. Kids are adults thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Thank Bobbie S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

what a fabulous place. not the oldest but the volunteers in each room really bring it to life and their are some brilliant artworks and exhibits. it also has lovely gardens and for once for a NT property (they are usually in stable patios) the...More

Thank Chrissie M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Firstly I must praise the exceptionally helpful and friendly host on reception who proactively explained the issue with our National Trust cards and resolved it on your behalf - a real star - thank you ! Secondly - the road from the main road to...More

Thank andylandyl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great place to come and visit we came here over 4 years ago and back this year to see the garden out the front complete and looks lovely we only saw the drawings of what it was going to be,kids enjoyed dressing up in the...More

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Response from Elizabeth B | Reviewed this property |
The National Trust's page for Trerice says: 'Due to the small nature of the garden at Trerice only assistance dogs are welcome in the house and garden. However there are local dog walks at Holywell and Crantock near Newquay.'
Aileen W
6 January 2016|
Response from Ann G | Reviewed this property |
There are buses but only every hour and less on a Sunday. It's a good half hour walk from the bus stop at Kestle Mill and mostly up hill! The 25 runs from St Austell to Newquay and the 90 from Truro to Newquay