Stay at the house Visit the garden
A Grade II manor house offering beautifully appointed and spacious
accommodation, located amongst 15 acres of stunning, Cornish spring garden
Stay at the house Visit the garden
A Grade II manor house offering beautifully appointed and spacious
accommodation, located amongst 15 acres of stunning, Cornish spring garden

Situated in the heart of West Cornwall and forming part of the historic Bolitho Estate, Trewidden House is a resplendent 19th Century manor house bordered by Trewidden Garden, one of the Great Gardens of Cornwall. Still used by the Bolitho Family, the house, rated 4* Gold by Visit England is available to book all year round and is the most perfect place for large families or groups holidaying together, special occasion get-togethers and weddings to be celebrated in style. Created by the Bolitho Family in the 19th Century, Trewidden Garden is a renowned Cornish Spring Garden with extensive collections of Camellias, Magnolias, Azaleas and one of the finest stands of Tree Ferns in the Northern Hemisphere. The garden is open to the public from February to September and has delicious fresh local food to sample in the tearoom. We are proud to be custodians of this very special place in Cornwall and invite you to come and spend some time away from the demands of every-day life to relax and unwind.

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Trewidden House is a Grade ll manor house offering beautifully appointed and spacious accommodation ideally located in the heart of West Cornwall. Still used by the Bolitho Family, this much loved home is kept in immaculate condition with wonderful original features and is the most perfect house for large families or groups holidaying together, special occasion get-togethers and weddings to be celebrated in style.

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Originally planted by Thomas Bolitho in the 19th Century, the 15 acre garden incorporates a magnificent collection of over 300 Camellias and Magnolias alongside one of the largest tree fern dells in Europe and many other attractions.

We also have locally grown plants for sale along with delicious homemade light lunches, Cornish cream teas and other locally produced items available to tantalise you in our Tearoom and shop.

Latest Events happening at Trewidden

The Smugglers of Mousehole Film Premiere

The Smugglers of Mousehole is a family adventure filmed in Mousehole and the surrounding area involving local talent and entirely crowdfunded by the community. The Premiere is being shown at the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall on Sunday 16th June 2019

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Drawing Tour 2nd September 2019 2-4pm

Explore the wonderful exotic plants and hidden corners of Trewidden Garden with artist Gillian Cooper through sketching and develop drawing skills with short practical exercises. Please bring: sketchbook, pencil and rubber Optional: basic pastels/waterbased paints Cost: £20 Booking is essential

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Drawing Tour 1st July 2019 2-4pm

Explore the wonderful exotic plants and hidden corners of Trewidden Garden with artist Gillian Cooper through sketching and develop drawing skills with short practical exercises. Please bring: sketchbook, pencil and rubber Optional: basic pastels/waterbased paints Cost: £20 Booking is essential

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Latest News from Trewidden House & Garden

New Toilet Block

As many of our regular visitors will know, our previous solitary toilet at Trewidden Garden was located in the tearoom building. Following a successful grant

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Spring Is Here!

We are pleased to announce that Spring has officially Sprung! All the Champion Magnolias at Trewidden and across the Great Gardens of Cornwall have reached

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