Making Memories

Trerose Manor

Helford River
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Pets: welcome


    * New addition – launching 24.01.23 *

    Enchantment can be found from the get-go as you travel up the tree lined driveway to discover this Grade II listed house, worthy of a storybook. A  charming clock tower and dovecote stands watch over the pretty walled garden, while wild vines convolute across the property’s golden façade. Large, white sash windows, which shine brightly against the sandy stone evoke a sense of Brontë-esk magic. And yet this abode is more than just a fairy tale folly, it is a home that feels good to live in, a place where anything can happen.    

    Step beyond the archway entrance into a hallway, flagged with slate and bordered by reclaimed church pews, and slip off muddy boots after a woodland walk. Be led down into the open-plan kitchen/diner – a space that calls out for grandiloquent group feasts and dance-filled soirées. Throw open the French doors to extend the intimate gathering onto the sprawling lawns during summer months, or retire to the wood-burner warmed snug during winter, which sits at the far end of the room. 

    Through distant doorways this stylish sanctuary continues into the sumptuous drawing room, where oodles of deep seating and congregation space invite lovers of lounging a place to spread out beside the open fire and around the square ottoman, for a game of chequers and after-supper chocolate. Encased miniature tall ships conjure up whispers of Trerose’s past pirate owners, The Killigrews, who acquired Trerose in the late 1500s.

    The handsome library, with its wood-panelled walls and shelves stocked with a curated collection of choice reads, offers a quiet refuge next to the heart of the home. 

    Upstairs, take your pick of blissful bedrooms, each of which have their own appeal and gorgeous garden views. From dreamy doubles with beautiful bay windows, to a charming children’s twin adorned in vintage, patterned wallpaper and ever-so comfortable beds.

    Run wild and reconnect in the house’s verdant grounds; the ultimate English country garden. Drink in the sweet countryside air, set up picnic blankets on the lawns, and when dusk falls, come together around the firepit to chatter around the crackling tinder. 

    We love a home that’s just that little bit out of the ordinary, and this one certainly fits the bill. A heady mix of romance and history, Trerose Manor is the ultimate self-catering escape for up to ten guests and one dog.


    Entrance Hall

    With coat hooks, boot storage, benches, console table, lamp, wardrobe and two doors, one leading into the kitchen and the other leading into the utility room.

    Utility Room

    Sink, fridge, freezer, oven, washing machine, tumble dryer, household cupboards, indoor washing line.

    Open plan kitchen, dining room and snug

    Bookshelf with cookbooks and Stein’s Padstow Seafood School Folder, large Aga, 4-ring induction hob, dishwasher, sink, mini fridge, toaster, fully-equipped kitchen, large dining table to seat 10, snug with 3-seater sofa, armchair, woodburner and writing desk. Three sets of French doors that open out onto the garden and patio.

    Drawing Room

    Three three-seater sofas, large ottoman, open fireplace, a two-seater sofa, games table, trunks, two wardrobes and side tables.

    Downstairs WC

    And basin.


    With two two-seater sofas, ottoman, writing desk, bookshelves, 52” TV and wood burner.

    Bedroom One

    Super-king bed (6ft), with large bay window and table overlooking gardens, clock tower and summer house;wooden antique dressing table and chair, two glass bedside tables and lamps.

    En-suite Bathroom

    Bath with overhead electric shower, heated towel rail, basin and WC.

    Bedroom Two

    King-size bed (5ft), arm chair, wooden chest of drawers, built-in wardrobes,  bedside tables and lamps plus desk.

    En-suite Jack and Jill Bathroom

    With bath and overhead shower, heated towel rail, large basin, WC, leading back out to the landing.

    Twin Room

    Two (3ft) single beds, wooden flooring, bedside tables,lamp, built-in wardrobe and wooden trunk.

    Upstairs Shower Room and WC

    With shower, heated towel rail, WC, basin and skylight.

    Double Bedroom

    King bed (5ft), bedside tables and lamps, built in shelving,wardrobe and small dressing table.

    Large Double Bedroom

    Super-king bed (6ft),bedside tables and lamps, window seats,built-in wardrobes and chest of drawers.

    En-suite Bathroom

    With bath, heated towel rail, window seat, basin and separate WC.


    Walled with dovecote clock tower, spacious lawns, flower beds, trampoline, pond (beware children), trees, summer house, ping pong table and firepit.


    Parking for up to three cars just outside the house.

    Location and Surrounding Area


    Families and groups can look forward to an abundance of wholesome and unique things to do in the local area. Santer around the subtropical gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan, explore the picturesque village of Durgan, and walk around Mawnan Smith, making sure to pop into Awna Coffee House for your caffeine and cake fix. The village store offers plenty of locally-grown produce and ingredients for your home-cooked feast and The Red Lion Inn is a good pub pit-stop for pre-dinner drinks. Nearby beaches such as Grebe or Maenporth beg to be swam at and the tranquil waters of the Helford River are perfect for paddle board adventures and exploring by kayak.

    Take the 10 minute-drive to creative Falmouth town to discover a collection of independent shops and outstanding eateries such as IndiDog, Star and Garter and Restaurant Mine. For those seeking to learn something new, The Poly and Inspire Makers host an annual calendar of creative workshops led by local artists and makers in an inspiring setting. Head to the Prince of Wales Pier to catch a ferry over to the neighbouring villages of Flushing and St Mawes – ensure you keep your eyes peeled for the magical marine wildlife that populate the Fal River. 

    Further afield, let drama unfold on the cliff tops of Kynance Cove. Watch as storms roll over the coastline of the Lizard Peninsular and make your way down to the fishing village of Cadgwith, where thatched cottages and pubs, serving freshly-caught crab sandwiches, await.


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    Arrival/Departure Dates
    Selected Dates


    Arrival from 4pm

    Departure by 10am

    Bed linen included

    Tea towels included

    One set of bath and hand towels per person includes, please bring your own beach towels

    Central heating inclusive

    There is no telephone at this property, but mobile signal is good

    Complimentary Wi-Fi inclusive

    No Smoking

    Security deposit £200


    One well-behaved, house-trained dog over the age of one is welcome at £20 per week. Please do not leave your dog unattended in the house and ensure they do not sit on the furniture or jump up on beds. Muddy paws to be cleaned outside please and we are grateful if you can ensure all dog mess is picked up.


    One basket of logs to be provided from October to Easter. 


    Memory Wall

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