Nestled neatly above St Austell Bay on the breathtaking Cornish Riviera, Trenython Manor is a grand resort designed with our guests’ needs and comfort in mind. Here, sophisticated elegance is coupled with enduring charm and West Country hospitality.
Trenython Manor is the ideal backdrop for a relaxing weekend getaway, romantic break or a family adventure, enticing guests to return, reconnect and relive time after time.
ROOMS & ACCOMMODATION AT TRENYTHON MANOR
Whether it’s a hotel room or a self-contained lodge, Trenython Manor provides stylish living space for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Regardless of how you wish to spend your break, you can rest assured that the team at CLC World Resorts & Hotels will ensure your stay is pleasurable and memorable – for all the right reasons! Our mission is to provide quality and comfort for our guests and that CLC Members continually feel valued, knowing you are residing in one of Cornwall’s premier holiday resorts.
Each hotel room at Trenython Manor boasts individual features and is finished with a soothing, contemporary decor to help you relax and unwind. Every one of the 23 rooms in the hotel has an en-suite bathroom and is fitted to an impeccable standard, including a flat-screen TV and DVD/CD player.
Some superior hotel rooms have sea views over St Austell Bay, whereas others have large bay windows or a balcony to consume the scenery from.
Unit type Double or twin room with en-suite bathroom
Occupancy 2 adults
CORNWALL • STANDARD LODGES
These welcoming, 2-bedroom bungalow lodges are the epitome of tradition and comfort. Sleeping up to 6 people in a double room, twin room and sofa bed arrangement, this accommodation also boasts spacious open-plan living with a bright kitchen, lounge and sociable dining area. From here, you can access your private outside terrace – a real treat on those warm, summer days and the perfect place to fire up the barbeque.
Unit type 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Occupancy Sleeps 6
CORNWALL • PREMIER PLUS LODGES
Professionally designed both internally and externally, our self-contained lodges can be found amongst the peace and tranquillity of Trenython Manor’s natural landscape. Each lodge has been furnished and equipped to a high standard with fully-fitted kitchen and open plan living areas with flat-screen, satellite TV and DVD/CD players.
Sheltered by woodland, outside the private patio is a great spot to eat and relax as you listen to the resident birdsong and watch the ever-changing skies over St Austell Bay.
Unit type 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Occupancy Sleeps 6
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DINE AT TRENYTHON MANOR
AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT
Enjoy sumptuous views of the unspoilt coastline of St Austell Bay while sampling culinary delights, prepared by our chefs at Trenython Manor. With a specially-designed menu to tempt every palate, the Manor’s restaurant uses only the finest, locally-sourced produce and ingredients.
And what would a visit to Cornwall be without a traditional cream tea? Indulge in the freshly-baked scones with jam and clotted cream, and a selection of finger sandwiches on the hotel’s sun terrace.
As the evening draws in, our bar is a stylish and refined hang out, perfect for an aperitif before heading to dinner in the oak-panelled restaurant. Here, our chefs serve up their repertoire of skills on exquisite dishes, such as mouth-watering grilled lemon sole and tasty slow braised pork belly. The à la carte menu is changed seasonally and offers a wine list from a diverse portfolio of international wineries.
No stay at Trenython Manor is complete without a visit to the Temple Spa. Discover a world of indulgence and escapism, with the help of natural aromatherapy oils. Our experts work in synergy with your skin, body and mind to reveal a calm and more relaxed version of yourself.
At our Leisure Centre, revitalise in the 12m heated indoor swimming pool, spa bath, cedar-clad sauna and steam room. Gym enthusiasts can still maintain their routine by visiting our fitness suite; or if you’re new to a gym environment, let our leisure team help you every step (and stretch) of the way.
THINGS TO DO
The resort’s natural surroundings serve as a playground for both young and old. Stroll the beautiful gardens, play croquet or pétanque on the lawn, test your archery skills, explore woodland areas and visit our wildlife watching hides. Younger members of the family will love their own woodland play area and the kids club, especially our special giant rabbit mascot!
For guests preferring to relax from the bar, terrace and restaurant, the views of Cornwall’s amazing coastline are a sight to behold – just sit back and enjoy.
THINGS TO DO IN CORNWALL
IN THE LOCAL AREA
Along Cornwall’s rugged southern coastline, the picturesque harbour villages of Fowey and St Austell are a stone’s throw away. Whatever the weather, you’ll never be stuck for things to do in Cornwall; gardens, monuments and world-famous attractions, such as The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are within easy reach. Outdoor pursuits of canoeing, surfing and the region’s most challenging golf courses are in easy driving distance.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Tell the kids there about to go with you to tour some gardens, and there might be a protest. Tell them they are exploring the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and instantly they’ll be intrigued. Aside from a fascinating history: gardens created by generations of the Tremayne family in the 19th century but which, following the First World War, fell into neglect until ‘found’ and restored in the 1990s, this is a Cornish attraction with plenty to captivate all ages.
But let’s start with those gardens, over 200 acres divided into the Northern Gardens, Wider Estate, Horsemoor Hide …and Jungle.
Fowey (pronounced Foy and rhymes with joy) has a long history as a port town, both Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh sailed out of here… and in modern times the annual Royal Regatta, one of Britain’s premier sailing events, ensures a continuing maritime focus.
One of Cornwall’s many idyllic spots, it is popular with cruise ship passengers who meander the little streets lined with individual shops – more about these later, along with eateries and historic buildings such as the Old House of Fowey (1430) and Noah’s Ark, a 15th century merchant’s dwelling.
An immersive and interactive experience, the Eden Project is a fascinating family day out that combines learning about the relationship between humans and plants with a lively programme of events, including hosting top musical acts and festivals, and attractions that include the longest – and fastest – zip wire in England!
Eden’s giant geodesic domes are instantly recognisable landmarks with a Mediterranean climate created in one and a tropical humidity in the other, with thousands of plant species housed inside. These Biomes, as they are known, protect flora and fauna from across the world and this vast global garden has been called the ‘Eighth wonder of the world’.
Padstow sits on the banks of the River Camel, the name of which incidentally has nothing to do with hump-backed ‘ships of the desert’ but is derived from the Cornish language and means crooked estuary. Just 2 miles from the Atlantic, this picturesque town is a working fishing port where crabbers, large netters and trawlers land their daily catch, often before gathered spectators.
Watching harbour life is a satisfying activity for all the family, as is crabbing – picking a safe spot in this busy port from which to dangle a line and bait and wait, usually not for long. Competitions to catch the greatest number can involve all ages, using buckets of seawater to keep them in until the winner is declared, at which point the creatures are once more released back from where they came.
The location calls for no explanation – the name says it all!
No stay in Cornwall would be complete without a visit to Land’s End – the county’s oldest and most enduring natural attraction – and at just 90 minutes’ drive, with plenty en route to make the trip even more worthwhile, it’s a ‘must-do’ on your Cornish holiday or break.
Shrouded in legend and mystery, Land’s End is the most westerly point of both Cornwall and Great Britain and lends its name to the area lying at the tip of the southwest peninsula between the resort town of St Ives on the north coast and the port of Penzance on the south.
From the romance and mystery of wild woodland to manicured lawns, statuary and dazzling flowerbeds, Cornwall’s gardens offer joy untold whether on a grand or intimate scale, and many are open year-round. At Lanhydrock history and horticulture reign. Owned by the National Trust, this imposing house has 450 acres of wooded park containing rare shrubs and trees. At elegant Prideaux Place, a beautiful Elizabethan house, the 60-acre estate has a 5th century deer park.
Our fascination with myths and legends never ceases, and at medieval Tintagel Castle in Cornwall the evocation of the mystical tales of King Arthur and sense of mystery created will leave more lasting memories than many of the digital games and TV programmes based on similar themes can ever hope to achieve. Let your imagination roam free and you’ll hear the clash of swords in battle and see the characters of Arthurian legend, the round table and magical Excalibur brought to bear.
Truro CLC World 2016-08-30T12:22:46+00:00 Project Description HOME / THINGS TO DO / TRURO TRURO Just 10 miles from St Austell, and an easy place to stop off and visit when staying at Trenython Manor, the busy cathedral city of Truro enjoys a rich history with several churches and buildings dating back over 800 years. The city […]