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Overview

Meaning 'house of the trees', Trewithen is a Palladian house by Thomas Edwards of Greenwich, lived in by the same family for over 250 years.

Interiors include the Dining Room by Sir Robert Taylor with rococo plasterwork, and family collections. Much of the furniture was made for the house. 

The site features outstanding gardens with rare plants, including tree magnolias and many other rare species. The 200-yard long lawn gives one of the most memorable house and garden vistas in England. 


Opening
Opening

Garden: 1 March to 30 June, every day, 10am to 4.30pm.

House: 1 March to 30 June, Mondays and Tuesdays, 2pm to 4pm. 

Find Us
Find us

From Truro take the A390 towards St Austell, through the village of Tresillian, for approximately 4 miles. Trewithen is on your right hand side shortly after the Probus roundabout.

From St Austell take the A390 towards Truro, travelling through the village of Grampound. Trewithen is on your left hand side, approximately 5 miles from
St Austell.

Admission
Admission

Historic Houses members visit for free.

Various prices for non-members.

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Group Visits
Group Visits

Discounts are available for groups. 

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