Tredethy Helland Bridge
Tredethy House is a beautiful peaceful and informally elegant English Country House set in and area of outstanding beauty. Built in Tudor times and later extended it has been the unique home of many British families and of Prince Chula of Thailand until the late sixties. A delightful and unique holiday spot today Tredethy offers privacy and the blissful peace of the countryside whatever the season and is yet at easy reach of the North and South Coast as well as the many places of interest such as the Eden Project and the divine National Trust Houses and Gardens of Cornwall.
The seven acres of grounds at Tredethy are themselves a piece of history with many old trees and plants and some of the most beautiful Hydrangeas and Rhododendrons. March hosts hundreds of narcissus April is time for the breathtaking display of bluebells followed by wild garlic and blue and pink wildflowers. Autumn is a fantastic season full of colour and peace and lots of anticipation for the festive season we all look forward to every year.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Helland Bridge area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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