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Bed and Breakfast

Spontaneous Stays, we’ve got you covered

You can now sleep in history itself in two newly renovated bed and breakfast rooms. Situated on the first floor of the house, both rooms have beautiful, undisturbed views across the lawn and garden. 

There’s also a third twin bedroom which can share either bathroom if you are travelling with family, so something for every traveller.

Our two luxurious rooms are available from Wednesday through to Saturday night, perfect for a last minute getaway. Check in is between 3pm and 5pm and check out is 10.30am.

The King’s Room | £185-200 per night

All Cornish houses have a room where it is claimed that King Charles I slept – and this is the one at Trelowarren. This bright, room has a large comfortable four-poster bed and glorious views of the east lawn.

The dressing room has been converted into an ensuite bathroom with a walk in shower and bath.

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The Bluebird Room | £185-200 per night

Facing West over the Chapel and the magnolia tree is the sunny Bluebird Room. An exceptionally large and very comfortable bedroom with its own separate bathroom.

This is the bedroom from a suite of rooms re-designed for the visit of Queen Victoria in the mid 19th Century. The windows remain as they were before the redesign. The drive to Tremayne Quay, the boathouse, and Tremayne Quay, were also built for the visit. Unfortunately, the weather was too rough for the Queen to land and in the late 20th Century the rooms fell into disrepair.

The Bluebird Room has been carefully restored over the last two years.

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Continental style, served from 9am in the dining room.

For breakfast, we serve freshly baked bread with homemade granola, compotes and jams. All served with organic yogurt and local butter. Tea and coffee are provided.

Please call to discuss availability 01326 221224 or by emailing