Trenython Manor Hotel and Spa
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A 20 minute drive from St Austell, this elegant manor house has beautiful views. There is an a la carte restaurant, complimentary Wi-Fi in public areas, and complimentary parking on site.
Trenython Manor Hotel and Spa has a children’s playground, a fitness centre, and an on-site spa offering personalised body treatments. There is also a swimming pool, a solarium, and a sauna for you to enjoy.
Rooms at the Trenython Manor Hotel & Spa are traditionally furnished, and each room’s bathroom has free toiletries and a hairdryer. All rooms also come with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player, and facilities for making tea and coffee. Self-catering lodges are also available.
Guests can enjoy local attractions such as the Eden Project, established in 2001 and only 5 minutes' drive away. The historical Tintagel Castle, where children can explore the nearby Merlin's Cave, is 30 miles away.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Concierge Desk
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Snack Bar
- Kids Club Free: Yes
- Name: PAR STATION
- Distance: 3.2 kilometres
- Name: Newquay Airport
- Distance: 64 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 08:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 11:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Par Station Distance: 3.2 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Newquay Airport Distance: 64 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 537 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great lodge stay
Stay Date: 01/2017, LMLBRS wrote this review.
Lovely comfortable well appointed premium lodge Well equipped for a weeks stay Warm heating Two good bathrooms Serviced once during the week Nimce freindly staff Pool sauna etc very nice Quite remote but not a problem Grounds well maintained Mentione… See more
Lovely comfortable well appointed premium lodge Well equipped for a weeks stay Warm heating Two good bathrooms Serviced once during the week Nimce freindly staff Pool sauna etc very nice Quite remote but not a problem Grounds well maintained Mentioned problem with toaster and under floor heating to reception - disappointedly these issues were not dealt with Note to staff - the need to renew your pillows! Collapse
Grand Manor House and gardens
Stay Date: 01/2017, JanieGoTravel wrote this review.
Lovely building in a quiet location, close to some good sites to visit. The rooms are well decorated and clean.We were on the top floor where there are small windows, but as we only sleep there it didn't really matter. I understand the best rooms are… See more
Lovely building in a quiet location, close to some good sites to visit. The rooms are well decorated and clean.We were on the top floor where there are small windows, but as we only sleep there it didn't really matter. I understand the best rooms are saved for members, which they should be. We ate in the beautifully panelled dining room and the food was excellent. The bar meals were equally as good at a fair price and we did a quiz, which we always enjoy. Plenty of lockers, fluffy towelling robes, perfect temperature swimming pool, hot tub, steam and sauna. We were offered a CLC World break for a very good price in return for a sales presentation. I knew exactly what the presentation would be about and if I thought this would bother me I wouldn't have booked, but I am always interested to see what is on offer and I have an open mind. The staff here are very pleasant and can't do enough to help. That includes the presentation staff, whom I found easy going and cheerful, especially Dell. They explained everything quickly and throughly, no hard sell at all. I would like to thank the staff and CLC for our lovely break. Collapse
Over-priced, outdated accomodation, felt like dog ownership, vs CLC membership, make us second-class citizens
Stay Date: 12/2016, lucymcgee2017 wrote this review.
Went for a new years break. Main accommodation in the pubic areas is very nice - lovely old panelled dining room and a good space for the new years dancing. Meal was fine although menu options would have been nice - not everyone loves venison and la… See more
Went for a new years break. Main accommodation in the pubic areas is very nice - lovely old panelled dining room and a good space for the new years dancing. Meal was fine although menu options would have been nice - not everyone loves venison and lamb, do they?? However, this didn't compensate for the bedroom, which was in one of the so-called 'lodges'. This was so disappointing in every regard. I travel a lot on business which skews your standards but even cheaper hotels now prioritise decent beds. This one was truly awful - a hard old mattress with cheap synthetic pillows. The place is best summed up as tatty, from the paint on the outside door to the furnishings. The bathroom is circa 1980 and the 'shower' is an insult to other things called showers - a feeble drizzle so slight I could simply not wash my hair under it. Nowhere to put your wet towels, all heaters being electric and therefore not coverable. Come on CLC, is this really the best you can do? MOST of all though - we found my brother and his wife, who had booked the weekend, had a hamper in their lodge, so we called down to reception: 'You're not a member, you can't have a hamper'. Us: 'Well, we're miles from the nearest supermarket and it's new years and we have no milk or tea'. Them: 'You're not entitled to a hamper - you're a guest.' (Yes, really). After some persuasion, they eventually sent up tea bags eggs bread and milk - cost c £3.00. Cost of lost business for not being far sighted enough to bless us all with some basics? c£3000.00 - we will avoid all CLC destinations in future. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, Jetsetter d wrote this review.
We went on promotional stay offer over Christmas and had a lovely time. The timeshare offer was very good and if you like to holiday abroad this is a very good offer indeed. We were very tempted but we don't work Monday to Friday which makes it hard … See more
We went on promotional stay offer over Christmas and had a lovely time. The timeshare offer was very good and if you like to holiday abroad this is a very good offer indeed. We were very tempted but we don't work Monday to Friday which makes it hard and husband prefers UK. The restaurant is alright but they put pepper in child's peas. Husband liked it. It was Christmas so very expensive meals. We enjoyed our stay and hard sell was fine. They accepted a no. Collapse
Lovely quiet location
Stay Date: 12/2016, Mary E wrote this review.
We were offered a four night stay in exchange for attending a CLC World presentation. Stayed in a lodge as hotel does not have a lift which was a problem for my husband. The lodge was lovely with views towards the Fowey estuary. There was a welcome b… See more
We were offered a four night stay in exchange for attending a CLC World presentation. Stayed in a lodge as hotel does not have a lift which was a problem for my husband. The lodge was lovely with views towards the Fowey estuary. There was a welcome basket containing bread, milk, eggs, biscuits, butter and jams and a well equipped kitchen containing the basics for a self catering holiday. The Manor House is a beautiful building with an amazing panelled dining room and lovely staircase and reception hall. There is also a swimming pool and gym. Breakfasts were adequate with other options also available. Whilst the restaurant staff were pleasant I did find that they weren't very quick at clearing the table after the first course had been finished. We had one dinner in the restaurant which was not quite of the standard we expected but we did get a complimentary dessert in compensation. Our presentation time was changed and took about three hours with afternoon tea being provided to keep our stamina levels up. It was quite a hard sell but our refusal to take up their offer was accepted and didn't affect the attitude of the staff which was always pleasant and helpful. The Manor House had been beautifully decorated with at least six Christmas trees dotted around the ground floor. The location of this hotel was lovely with views over the estuary. Some of the nearby roads, like a lot in Cornwall, are quite narrow and winding but, at this time of year, do not cause many problems. As this was a complimentary holiday I can't comment on choosing a room or value for money. Collapse
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