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Tredethy House's staff speak: Italian, French, Spanish, English
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Golf course (within 3 km), Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Horse riding, Library, Children's playground
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Luggage storage, Babysitting/child services, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Gift shop, Bridal suite
Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Italian, French, Spanish, English
15:30 - 21:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 16 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two children under 3 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 2.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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At 20-minute drive from St Austell, this elegant Victorian manor house has beautiful views.
Score from 268 reviews Fabulous
This cosy, family-run in is located in the heart of Tintagel Village, just opposite the National Trust Old Post Office.
Score from 172 reviews Fabulous
In 43 acres of parkland, this stunning 19th-century manor house has a luxurious spa, a gym and an infinity pool. It offers a range of accommodation just a few miles from The Eden Project.
Score from 385 reviews Very good
This family-run hotel is on the North Cornwall coast, set in 2 acres of grounds overlooking the ocean. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking. Guests can enjoy views of both the countryside and the sea.
Score from 142 reviews Very good
Everything was great even the weather breakfast good We also had dinner on the sat night all organic food and wines
It would be useful to have a notice on the front door to tell arriving guests to ring the (not very obvious) bell! We had to go next door to find the staff, and once found they were charming, but had been somewhat missing until then!
Great location and a beautiful house.
Cold - hotel was unheated as was empty. Restaurant was shut. Was informed that we should have booked in advance but advert says restaurant is open at weekends. Had to drive into Bodmin which after 6 hour drive from Kent was poor.
Everything about the house is fab and they couldn't do enough for you
The house was full of character & furnished beautifully to enhance the character too. Marko welcomed us, all the staff were wonderful & friendly too. Enjoying breakfast in the super breakfast room with wonderful grounds & views. Our room was superb, comfortable, beautifully furnished, relaxing also with wonderful views. We thoroughly enjoyed our four night stay. We would definitely return to Tredethy House & the same room, absolutely fantastic. Thank you to Marko & everyone at Tredethy. Hope to see you all again next year.
Really liked the owners and their Italian cuisine
The whole experience was restful and positive. The dinner was perfect and delicious. I will certainly return for another stay.
Nothing springs to mind.
We loved the Hotel itself. The grounds of the outside were stunning.The downstairs was very impressive, all very nice rooms.
We were very disappointed with the room we were in, it was very small and very dated decoration. We thought it was very over priced.
Peace and quiet Friendly and efficient staff Easy parking Pleasant/stylish furnishing
Lack of good hot water
Everything, wonderful host marco enjoyed dinner. Bedroom in the attic was large and well equipped everything you could want. Wonderful setting
Not a thing
Marco was a great host, happy for me to take my two large dogs to the room. Hall super welcoming on arrival,, this place is special. Feels like home, pasta in the bistro out of this world. Beds super comfortable, views out of the bedroom just stunning.
Dont change anything, just perfect as is.
Beautiful house, very friendly couple, great attention to detail, quiet location yet still close enough to get everywhere, would definitely stay again
Nothing really just observations little bit dark walking from car park to front door late at night but we had a light so ok, maybe get some form of bell at reception we waited quite a while before anyone came to check us in
Tredethy House was so comfortable and relaxing. Marco was very attentive and very helpful but not intrusive. Tredethy House is ideally situated for visiting the North Coastal areas. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The Breakfasts are delicious and a good choice and selection. We had one evening meal when we arrived, Salmon which was delicious and well served. A lovely weeks holiday.
We have no complaints really. The one annoying thing was one night there was a wind and our window rattled and was very noisy. We had a room at the back (our choice) if we returned we would try for a larger front room. We also would have liked a greater selection of evening meals and bar meals. My husband does not like Pasta etc so just one English dish would have been nice. Trivial things really but would have made for a perfect break.
Delightful hotel! A bit out in the sticks but very pretty, very peaceful and beautifully presented by the Italian owners. The place is immaculate and is tastefully decorated and presented. Breakfast is good (Continental although you can order cooked at a supplement) nice bread, fruit, cereals, cheese & ham. Standard bedroom quite small but is comfortable with a good shower room.
We had asked for a room with a shower as opposed to a bath. We got a very small room (and quite dark) with a bath. I asked if we could change and the owner was very accommodating and changed our room for a much lighter one with a shower room. So initial disappointment was resolved. The hotel is about 15 miles from Padstow and 12 miles from Rock. A bit of drive if you want to eat in one of the main towns but does make it a peaceful retreat.
Just returned from a stay at Tredithy Manor with friends, and we absolutely loved it! I stayed in one of the lovely luxury rooms which was huge and had an amazing view. The breakfast was great and the staff were warm and welcoming. Marco the owner was attentive and entertaining - nothing was too much trouble. We will definitely return for another visit.
ambience breakfast style of building location
would have preferred larger bathroom
The location was excellent if you want peace and quite. We booked the standard luxury room which was ok but we expected a little more luxury than a dressing gown and shampoo however the attic room was spacious with magnificent views which made up for the lack of luxury. The hosts are lovely people which we found are friendly making you a welcome guest. Breakfast was excellent and plenty of it. We would come back again but would book a double standard.
The shower was poor and the floorboards were very creaky just hope the guests below us were not disturbed too much.
Space, nothing cramped. Generally peaceful.
Even though the hotel was full, no meals were available midweek.
Marco the owner made our stay unforgettable! He is a really friendly character and spent time chatting and drinking with us in the bar in the evenings. The view from room 11 was lovely despite being advertised as not having a view so I reccomend that room especially. The evening food was also delicious.
Found this unique guest hotel within striking distance of Rock and Padstow. The garden facing room was excellent. Loved the shabby chic decor and nice gardens. I recommend the bar snacks. .in particular the cheese board with grapes, blueberries and pear. Then the Italian smoked salamis and hams. . both excellant washed down with some organic Prosecco. The owner, Marco, was an amiable host. Although we found out too late, you can get on the Bodmin part of the Camel trail just down the road at the pottery.
Wi fi dropping out..but its a place to rest..
The attic room we had was large ,lovely Orla Kiely toiletries. Very clean. Organic,healthly breakfast was super. Lovely light welcoming breakfast room. Loved the background music playing whilst we ate.
No lighting in the car park,had to use a mobile phone to see our way to the house after parking. Curtains and carpet need renewing, look tired and faded with stains,also paintwork I our room was marked. Surrounding gardens look shabby,outdoor chess set was just surrounded by weeds so would not be useable. Just looks a bit tired and unkempt on arrival which does not reflect the service so is a shame. First impressions are so important!
Quiet, elegant and comfortable hotel in its own grounds. Pleasant dinner and good breakfast.
Variable WiFi but the norm in Cornwall! but hey-Ho we are on holiday
Staff very kind Beatiful place and very clean Good food
nothing to declare
location, staff very pleasant and helpful. Nice continental breakfast. Lovely old house
water wasn't hot enough in the sink and had to boil a kettle, however, did get a hot bath.
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