This National Trust property is surely one of the gems of North Cornwall. Located in the depths of the countryside, Trerice is worth seeking out. It is an interesting example of Elizabethan architecture that has survived the centuries. Although some restoration has taken place, the house is largely as originally built. Like many National Trust properties, Trerice is blessed with a lovely tea room, with Cornish cream teas a speciality. We must admit that, as NT members we didn't have to pay an admission charge, so the non-members admission charge could be a deterrent for families.
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