Trereife house itself is predominantly Queen Anne, with parts dating back to Elizabethan times. It offers an unforgettable setting, with four house rooms and a courtyard flat available all year round. Trereife also offers the chance to stay in one of Cornwall's finest country houses, warmly hosted by the Le Grice family - Tim, Liz, Georgie, Pete and their faithful hound Duke.
The house is set in the stunning countryside just west of Penzance, with views across Mount's Bay to St. Michael's Mount. Easily accessible by road, rail or from Newquay airport, it's the perfect start to a Scilly Isles adventure, and an ideal base from which to explore the many beaches and attractions in this magical corner of Cornwall.
At Trereife, we offer our guests a unique opportunity to stay in one of Cornwall's finest country houses. Close to both north and south coasts, we're also a natural base for those exploring the treasures southwest Cornwall has to offer. For guests going onwards to the Isles of Scilly we offer free parking whilst you're away.
We have four beautiful bedrooms and a courtyard flat 'Arkle'. One of the rooms, Coleridge, is an expansive double room with stunning views over the parterre garden, the horses grazing in front of the house and Mount's Bay beyond. Bright, peaceful and filled with original antique furniture, you really could be stepping back in time (but taking all modern comforts with you!). The bedrooms have been entirely renovated and are each en-suite. You can make full use of Trereife's cobbled courtyard, terraced lawns and walled garden at your leisure. The two rooms in the east wing also have their own access at the back of the house.
Each morning a delicious breakfast of fresh fruit, croissants, cereals and the 'full Cornish' is served at the house's original dining room table. Depending on the season, Liz le Grice's homemade jellies are served with breakfast - the perfect accompaniment to a hot slice of buttered toast.
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This page was last updated: 16 July 2011