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Tel code: TR2 | code search
Postcode: 01872 | code search
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Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
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Quinquennial Knill Dance,
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Kings Arms
"I can't comment on the accommodation, because we didn't stay here, but we really liked this pub. The food is first class - the evening meal was so good that ..." More

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Tregony is a village steeped in history on the River Fal, dating back to pre Norman times was an active port in the 14th Century, and is the gateway to the Roseland Peninsular. The main street is full of old Cornish cottages with bridge, impressive clock tower, unusual shops and interesting Art Gallery where displays of paintings, drawings, sculptures, are on show. Close by is the Wayside Museum where over 5,000 exhibits are on display, such as water wheels from Cornish Mining Industry, Blacksmiths Forge and an 18th Century kitchen, add together a children’s Museum with a quiz and trail, makes this a really pleasurable place to visit. Or perhaps Chysauster Ancient Village which is a window into Celtic Cornwall, this ancient settlement was occupied 2,000 years ago. If the wonders of Nature please the a trip to The Lost Gardens of Heligan where a stunning collection of different gardens all set within 200 acres, home to Lakes, ponds, rare and unusual plants. There is even a 22 acre sub tropical jungle, what more could possibly be asked for. There are so many things to explore and everything to be remembered with a visit to the pretty village of Tregony..

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Kings Arms

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Kea House Restaurant

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Roseland Community School
Roseland School
Tregony Community Primary School

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Tregony Gallery

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Old Coach House (0.23 miles)

Old Coach House

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The Old Coach House is filled with character and hospitality, this bed and breakfast offers all the comforts of home in an idyllic setting. Begin your holiday with a warm ... More

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Hawkins Arms (2.46 miles)

Hawkins Arms

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Village Pub with En Suite rooms serving good home cooked food and a selection of fine ales from St Austell Brewery not far from Trewithen Gardens . the Lost Garden ... More

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Orchard Manor (2.66 miles)

Orchard Manor

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We provide an alternative style of accommodation for the 'Next Generation of Business Traveller'. From one night to a few months or more...you unlock the door to your stay. Orchard ... More

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Spring Cottage B&B (2.99 miles)

Spring Cottage B&B

Spring Cottage B&B is a 17th century listed building, just four miles from the cathedral city of Truro. Lovingly restored to provide modern standards of comfort, including en-suite, tv dvd and pocket sprung bed. We ... More | visit website

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The Vean (3.16 miles)

The Vean

The Vean is a three storey, eight bedroomed luxury country house retreat which sleeps up to 16 people. The interior of The Vean is beautifully furnished as an elegant period Georgian country house with all the ... More | visit website

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Little Roseland (3.45 miles)

Little Roseland

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Little Roseland recently refurbished to a high standard is situated on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula "Cornwall". With breath taking views all over the Roseland this makes a perfect getaway for ... More

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Lugger Hotel (3.49 miles)

Lugger Hotel

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A unique 17th Century Inn right at the waters edge in Portloe, a Cornish fishing village of unrivalled beauty. Sunday Times best new seaside hotel of the year, Hip Hotel Guide ... More

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Broom Parc (3.56 miles)

Broom Parc

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B & B in style at Broom Parc. On the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, Broom Parc stands alone in a stunning cliff top position amidst miles of unspoilt National Trust coastline. ... More

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Bissick Old Mill (4.24 miles)

Bissick Old Mill
Centrally located in the heart of Cornwall, surrounded by beautiful countryside, Bissick Old Mill is an ideal base to explore all that Cornwall has to offer.Five minutes from the A30, fifteen minutes from Truro and ... More | visit website
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Bodrean Manor Farm (5.16 miles)

Bodrean Manor Farm

Bodrean is a beautifully restored period longhouse set on a working Cornish farm. It retains many original features, including wooden and slate floors, and an inglenook fireplace. For nearly a decade, guests from all over ... More | visit website

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