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 523 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 10/2016, June B wrote this review.
Loved the hotel the staff are very friendly it's beautiful inside food is nice and the entertainment is even better if it wasn't for the time share scheme we would go again next year but unfortunately we couldn't afford the £12000 they wanted
Loved the hotel the staff are very friendly it's beautiful inside food is nice and the entertainment is even better if it wasn't for the time share scheme we would go again next year but unfortunately we couldn't afford the £12000 they wanted Collapse
Lunch and swim offer..
Stay Date: 10/2016, PhilE007 wrote this review.
Visited the hotel on a rainy Saturday afternoon, taking up the offer of the ' Lunch & Swim ' offer. Price included use of the pool, sauna, jacuzzi and steam room as well as lunch ( specific items on the bar menu ). Facilities and pool area were sp… See more
Visited the hotel on a rainy Saturday afternoon, taking up the offer of the ' Lunch & Swim ' offer. Price included use of the pool, sauna, jacuzzi and steam room as well as lunch ( specific items on the bar menu ). Facilities and pool area were spotless and well presented. It is housed in quite a small area, so I can imagine it could get quite busy at times. But on a quiet day, with only a handful of people present, it's just right. The only thing that I would say is missing is a cold water drink machine. With the sauna and steam room, it's important to stay hydrated and if you haven't brought your own water, there is no real access to any. Also you need to take your own towels as non are supplied.. Lunch is in the hotel bar area, that have lovely comfy sofas as well as lovely views. Bar staff were pleasant and helpful.. Food was good, with enough selection to cover most tastes. Overall, the hotel looked great.. All the staff were helpful and polite and the ' Lunch & Swim ' is exceptional value for money! Highly recommended! :-) Collapse
A Great Place To Stay
Stay Date: 10/2016, Colin P wrote this review.
We've just spent the week here as a base while exploring Cornwall. We found the hotel to be excellent and the staff were just great. Comfy room with great views and excellent leisure facilities. If you're staying here and a chap offers tours of Eden… See more
We've just spent the week here as a base while exploring Cornwall. We found the hotel to be excellent and the staff were just great. Comfy room with great views and excellent leisure facilities. If you're staying here and a chap offers tours of Eden or Heligan, we suggest you snap the offer up. David Hogg is a brilliant, informative and funny guide. Highly recommended. So; good food, a well stocked bar, great staff, comfy rooms and lots to see and do? We're not sure what more they can offer. Collapse
Great hotel, rubbish breakfast
Stay Date: 10/2016, jjeenn wrote this review.
CONS Breakfast very disappointing. Generally a bland spread. Tired greasy looking buffet, congealed processed scrambled eggs and fried eggs sat in oil with firm yolks. Fruit was over ripe and just sat in a fruit bowl for you to peel yourself. Yogurt… See more
CONS Breakfast very disappointing. Generally a bland spread. Tired greasy looking buffet, congealed processed scrambled eggs and fried eggs sat in oil with firm yolks. Fruit was over ripe and just sat in a fruit bowl for you to peel yourself. Yogurts were standard cheap sugary flavoured yogurts in pots. Usually these days you see muesli, dried fruit, chopped fruit, nuts, seeds, honey etc to put on natural yogurt but there wasn't any of that. White and brown bread on offer but brown always ran out, when we asked for more we were told it was 'defrosting'! You could have made to order food and the smoked salmon was nice, but the omelette was easily the worst I've ever had (and I love omelettes!). Husband had poached haddock and eggs but the haddock was a huge poached fillet of fish (what you'd get as a main in a restaurant!) which is completely overbearing for breakfast. Flakes of fish or a small portion would've been much better. I asked for peppermint tea and they brought me normal, replacing it without any apology. You had to order drinks rather than make more tea yourself at the buffet station, which would've been easier. Hottest hotel I've ever stayed in. Unbearable. Had our room window wide open the whole stay. No body lotion shampoo or conditioner provided in rooms, just body wash! No herbal teas in the room. Wifi logs you out every time you leave the room which gets annoying quickly. PROS Loads of nice places nearby - Charlestown, Carylon bay, fowey, mevagisssy. Wonderful setting and building, as it's a grand Manor House in excellent condition with surrounding fields and woodland. Very peaceful. Nice pool area, and outstanding massage by a lovely therapist. Nice cosy bar area, with magazines & TV. Felt like a lounge at home, and somewhere you can really relax. The terrace is also lovely with impressive view of the bay. Lovely half mile woodland walk around hotel. Nice staff. Room 101 next to ours looked incredible!!! THE PITCH The sales pitch is what it is. 3hrs long. First hour is just chatting about life, then next 2hrs is them explaining the concept of CLC and seeing if it will suit you. If you are someone who holidays in 5* hotels and likes to be taken care of then it could well be something you might want to sign up to. It wasn't for us, and they were fine with that, shaking our hands and being polite, letting us go without any objection at the end. Just say as little as you can about yourself/holidays and nod at everything (you have to listen to the whole thing, and the less objections you have the quicker they will go through it). Considering we got 3 nights stay, breakfast each day, champagne reception, use of all facilities, parking, and a generous afternoon tea all for FREE, we felt the least we could do was politely allow them to deliver their 3 hour pitch. Overall would recommend the hotel, if they could improve the breakfast. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, leithross wrote this review.
We have been Club La Costa (CLC) members for over 15 years in retirement and often secured , until recently, a timeshare week during our many overseas holidays. As most CLC owned properties are situated in Spain and Tenerife, not our preferred holid… See more
We have been Club La Costa (CLC) members for over 15 years in retirement and often secured , until recently, a timeshare week during our many overseas holidays. As most CLC owned properties are situated in Spain and Tenerife, not our preferred holiday destinations, this has been achieved through points utilisation with other timeshare exchange organisations. We decided to spend a week at Trenython which is one of three UK CLC owned and managed sites. It is an impressive 19th century house in a lovely setting with a large and imposing entrance hall, serving also as a reception area, laid out in a Mediterranean style with a wide staircase leading to internal balconies from which rooms are accessed. (There is no lift). On one side is a beautifully panelled dining room and on the other a large bar area with tables leading to a sitting room with a wide screen TV and small snooker table. Inevitably in a building like Trenython, there is of necessity a disparity in room sizes and aspect. We found the small double bed had an extremely soft mattress unsuitable even for our lightly framed bodies and so we requested a room change only to be told all mattresses were the same. Under pressure we requested a larger bed which was eventually forthcoming, sacrificing a sea view for a room at the front of the house which, although not so quiet, provided us with a bed of tolerable comfort after making a slight mattress adjustment to avoid a protruding spring. We found the continental breakfast sufficient and good, the staff were very attentive and when asked, manged to obtain our choice of yogurt. The lack of fresh fruit salad in place of apple rings in sweet syrup was disappointing and also the tables were too close together to avoid the chatter between sales staff and holiday makers ; the latter disclosing details of lifestyle habits in advance of receiving a presentation . After a day of walking and exploring, we returned before dinner to use the leisure centre but found the swimming pool too small and crowded with more than about six people . Dinner in the dining room was of a very high standard and reasonably priced. Unlike breakfast there were only a handful of takers and it was lovely to enjoy wine with a good meal served at a leisurely pace. When making our booking we were told there was very little availability at any time, (presumably CLC marketing have priority) and even then none of the chalets or apartments would be available to us. As we checked out we enquired further only to be told that locally there was no discretion on room allocation, this being done by central reservations in Spain on the basis of points owned. Overall, the experience, with exception of the food, was disappointing but perhaps not surprising. Given the difficulty of booking and the equivalent cost in terms of points utilisation there are many better and cheaper hotels in the locality. Collapse
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