The House

The Garden

The Bedrooms

Breakfast & Dinner





Tregoose is a typical Cornish country house. Built in the early 1840s but very much in the Regency style, it is comfortable and elegant. The house stands at the centre of the garden amidst rolling Cornish country. It is very much a family home and Anthony and Alison's three children visit whenever they can escape London.

The Drawing Room


The lane to Tregoose leads between fields to the front gate where the drive up to the house continues through the garden to an area beside the house with ample parking for guests' cars.

Alison greets guests and shows them to their rooms. Guests are welcome to bring their own dogs, but dogs at Tregoose do not go upstairs, though they are welcome to sleep downstairs or in the car.

Tea is served in the drawing room where guests are welcome to relax after their journey.

We ask guests not to smoke in the house. Wi-fi broadband is available free of charge.

Aerial ViewAnthony has spent much of his life abroad, particularly in East Africa and the Far East. Born in Singapore, he travelled extensively as his father was in the Colonial Legal Service. After returning to England to school, he practised the law himself for many years in Kenya and Singapore. The Eastern connections are distinctly evident in the rooms at Tregoose. Anthony's family comes from Devon and Cornwall and he returned to Cornwall after Singapore and until recently practised in his own firm in Truro. He is a keen sailor and golfer.

Alison, who is also from Cornwall, practised horticulture and garden design for all her professional life. She holds a NDH and trained, amongst other places, at Waterperry near Oxford. She is something of an authority on Cornish plants and gardens and will happily recommend those which are at their peak.


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