AddressHelland Bridge BodminSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Children's playground
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
In peaceful grounds and countryside, Tredethy House is a relaxed, elegant English country house built in the Tudor period. It offers spacious en suite bedrooms, many with garden and woodland views.
An organic continental buffet is served for breakfast and includes Italian ham, cheese, fresh local bread, warm croissants and pastries, homemade organic muesli, jams, fresh fruit salad and homemade organic yoghurt. The Trattoria restaurant is open seasonally and during weekends, and guests are advised to book in advance. A bar menu is available during week days.
The country house is in an area of outstanding beauty and a 15-mile drive from the Eden Project. Lanhydrock House and Gardens are about 5 miles away.
Tredethy House was the home of Prince Chula of Thailand until the late 60s. Today, the 7 acres of grounds at Tredethy Country House host beautiful, colourful plants, trees and flowers all through spring, summer and autumn.
By Car (from Exeter): - Proceed into Cornwall on the A30. - Take the right-hand turn into Helland (also signposted Launceston A30). This is 8 miles past the Jamaica Inn and approximately 4 miles before Bodmin. - After turning right for Helland off the dual carriageway, cross over 2 cattle grids, then turn left at the first small crossroads. - Proceed along this lane through Helland, over the bridge and up the hill. - You will see Tredethy Country Hotel on your right-hand side. By Train: Bodmin is the nearest centre, with well-connected Parkway station, including the London-Paddington train. By Air: Newquay Airport is less then half an hour's drive, with a daily flight to Stansted Airport.
Please note that the Trattoria restaurant is open from May to September on weekends only. Guests are advised to book in advance.