The historic hamlet of Trewornan lies on the north bank of the pretty River Amble which runs from the picturesque village of Chapel Amble to the beautiful River Camel. Trewornan Manor occupies a private setting close to the Camel Estuary and is approached from the main Wadebridge to Rock road (B3314) through a pillared granite entrance (Grade II* Listed). Dating back to the 13th century, 1211 is the earliest records we have found so far, with many later additions, the house sits in 25 acres, with over 8 acres of mature gardens, historic water meadows along the River Amble and extensive farm land. Trewornan Manor, is believed to be the oldest house in the parish and was originally one of the key residences in North Cornwall.
We opened Trewornan Manor as a boutique B&B in 2015. Prior to this, the house was a private family home. , We look to provide our guests with a relaxing stay in a comfortable and contemporary environment. We have 7 en-suite rooms, 5 in the main and and 2, our newest rooms, in an adjoining annexe accessed from our courtyard. Each bedroom has full central heating, an emperor sized bed, and views over the gardens or courtyard. All our rooms are available as a twin room if required. Our three largest rooms, Finisterre, Porthilly and Daymer, also have free standing baths in the en- suites in addition to a separate power shower.
We believe our location makes us the ideal "get away" for your break. We are conveniently situated just one mile outside the popular town of Wadebridge. Rock, Polzeath and Port Isaac are all under 10 mins drive away, and Padstow is just over 8 miles away. We also offer direct access to the countryside with a public footpath running across our fields, which takes you directly to our nearest local village, Chapel Amble and the popular Maltsters Pub.
We are spoilt with choice in the area for things to do, from golf at St Enodoc and Trevose, to walks along the rugged but beautiful North Cornwall coastal path. The more adventurous, may choose from cycling along the Camel Trail, surfing at Polzeath or coasteering in Port Quin.