Typical regency style Cornish country house, with a fascinating garden
This elegant and comfortable Wolsey Lodge stands in the rolling countryside of the Roseland Peninsula. Built in 1839 this late Regency offers bed and breakfast guests, with its wealth of beautiful antiques, a wonderful retreat in picturesque surroundings. Approach through the outstanding gardens, there is ample parking and more importantly a warm welcome.
After being warmly greeted by Alison and friendly border terrier Tamar and shown to your rooms, enjoy tea with home-baked treats in the elegant sitting room. The three guest rooms, all with their own bathrooms are inviting and prettily decorated, with superb views over the beautiful two-acre garden. Alison has lovingly restored and enlarged the garden over the last twenty years. It contains many rare and interesting plants, a sunken, herbaceous walled garden, a potager and a wild flower meadow.
The food at Tregoose is varied, imaginative and makes the most of the local organic produce, including homemade preserves, Tregoose eggs as well as fruit and vegetables are grown on site. A lovely dinner experience is also available, just make sure to let your hosts know at the time of booking.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Museums & Galleries
- Places of Historical Interest
- Opening Times: closed Christmas, New Year & Easter
- Tel: +44 (0) 1726 882 460
- Price Range: from £98
Prices are per person, per night including breakfast
2 King Size (5') B&B Rooms (1 en suite/1 private) - £49 - £63
1 Twin (2 x 3') B&B Room (en suite) - £55 - £63
Single Supplement - £20
Dinner - £32
Tregoose is located close to Truro and is a perfectly situated Wolsey Lodge for exploring the whole of Cornwall - from the Tate St Ives and Land's End to houses and gardens on the Devon border - all are within an hour's drive. The great gardens of Caerhays, Heligan, Trewithen and the Eden Project are all within five miles. Beaches, sailing waters and the coastal footpath are easily reached.
Anthony & Alison O'Connor
- Bio : Anthony has spent much of his professional life in East Africa as well as the Far East and has retired from his own law firm in Truro. Alison has practised horticulture all her professional life. She holds an NDH and is an authority on Cornish plants and gardens. She will happily recommend interesting places and restaurants to visit that Wolsey Lodge guests will really appreciate.