Grade II Listed Historic Country House Hotel/Restaurant

Trehellas House HotelTrehellas House Hotel and Restaurant is situated equidistant between Bodmin and Wadebridge, is close to the Moor, the neighbouring Pencarrow Estate, the Ruthern Valley and of course the North Cornish coast at Padstow and Rock.

Trehellas is situated in the hamlet of Washaway and was originally known as the Washaway Inn which was built near the junction of 3 ancient tracks, marked by a Celtic Cross, which now stands on the green in front of the house.

It is understood Trehellas House was built as an Inn by the Molesworth family, from the neighbouring estate in the early 18th Century and over its years has been an Inn, a Court of Petty Sessions and after it lost its Liquor Licence in 1890 became a farmhouse.  The property as it is known today came into being in the 1970s, has been in our clients tenure since 2006 who are now selling due to semi-retirement plans away from this sector, having enjoyed a long career in hospitality.

For further information please contact Graham Timminson 01872 247019.  View Property Details.


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