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Opened in February 2010, this stunning four-star country hotel and spa is a luxurious treat and retreat for a stay in Cornwall. In a secluded 43 acre setting between St Austell and the harbour village of Mevagissey, the estate is a true haven yet within touching distance of many popular beaches and tourist attractions including the World famous Eden project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The main White House has been tastefully restored and connects with the 56 stylish and contempora...

The hotel is rich in history - the renowned 19th century ecclesiastical architect Augustus Welby Pugin, who was famous for his work on the Palace of Westminster, built the house in 1847 as a parsonage for the adjacent St Julitta church. It has been a hotel now for around 46 years, the building retains a great sense of traditional style, offering a little bit of magic and a hint of history to holidays and weddings taking place here.

Built in 1745 Trehellas House was an Inn built near the junction of 3 ancient tracks. The junction was marked by a Celtic cross which now stands on the green in front of the house, it is believed to be the only one remaining in Cornwall to bear the fleur-de-lys.
The hotel is close to the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House, Padstow, Rock, Wadebridge and numerous other beautiful towns and sites in Cornwall. We are perfectly situated for walking, cycling the fa...