Trerice House, NATIONAL TRUST
Trerice is a small Elizabethen manor house, it is an 'architectural gem'
hidden away and caught in the spirit of it's age. Behind a gabled facade
are elaborate fireplaces, delicate plaster ceilings and collections of
English furnature, time-pieces, and glassware of great quality. The Summer
Garden orchard is planted with old varieties of fruit trees, produce from
which is used in the 16th-century restaurant situated in the barn. In a
medium sized shed, there is a collection of Lawn-care equipment, mainly
mowers that date back from the Victorian era to the (almost) recent.
Located 3 miles South-east of Newquay. Follow the signs from the A30; at
Summercourt A3075/A392, and at Quintrell Downs onto the A3058.
Small Museum of Lawnmowing,
and Coach park.