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Tredethy Country House
Helland Bridge
Wadebridge
Cornwall

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Built in Tudor times and later extended, this beautiful, peaceful and informally elegant English country house is set in an area of outstanding beauty.
Tredethy Country Hotel has been the home of many British families, and of Prince Chula of Thailand until the late 60s. A delightful and unique holiday spot today, Tredethy offers privacy and the blissful peace of the countryside, whatever the season. It is within easy reach of the north and south coasts, as well as the Eden Project and National Trust houses and gardens.

The 7 acres of grounds at Tredethy are themselves a piece of history, with many old trees and plants. March hosts hundreds of narcissus, and April is time for the breathtaking display of bluebells, followed by wild garlic and blue and pink wildflowers

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Nearest Train Station: Bodmin Parkway
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Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11
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