Tredethy House

4 star hotel

Address

Helland Bridge BodminSee nearby area

Rooms

from
$89
per night
Book a room

For rates, enter dates/guests

    Rates provided by

    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 bedrooms, many with views of the grounds and garden.

    At weekends, during season, the Tratorria serves simple Italian food using seasonal and organic ingredients. An organic continental buffet is served for breakfast and includes Italian ham, fresh, local bread, warm croissants, cereal, jam, fresh fruit salad and yogurt.

    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.

    Important information

    Please note that the Trattoria restaurant is open from April to September on weekends only, we do cook also in busy period and holidays all year, please made enquire. Guests are advised to book in advance.

    Extra beds are subject to availability but are not available in standard rooms. For all other room types, please request this when booking by using the Special Requests box.

    The property does accept pets, except in the Principal Room. You can contact the property directly for details.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Pets
      • Pets allowed
    • Family
      • Family rooms
    • Kids club
      • Children's playground
    • Recreation
      • Cycling
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • Non-smoking throughout
    • Outdoor space
      • Garden
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
    Image disclaimer: It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. Lonely Planet is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos.