Ratings based on 43 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 out of 5
95% of guests recommend
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Florida USA

Beautiful countryside location.

Posted 08-Sep-2014
Pros: Most of it and we would recommend it .
Cons: Install an elevator. I have a heart condition and found a room at the top of the Hotel very hard to negotiate. Inform guests stairs are involved.
Location: Very lovely location! Loads of lovely walks in the gardens and a really nice pool. Pleasant drives to nearby seaside towns. Good fish restaurants too!
Hotel was very lovely with great architectural features and historical ambience. Bedroom was adequate with nice hotel bed linen, thick fluffy towels and bath robes. Tea and coffee facilities. TV was quite small with not too many channels All public areas were very pleasant with lovely views. English/Continental breakfast was available and was very good. Great choices. However, we dined in the restaurant on one evening and the food a was not what we had hoped for. My entrée was listed as Pork loin, cabbage and apple and Mashed Potato. The pork was hidden under a very small portion of cabbage/apple and the mashed potato was thin and watery I ate one piece of pork and the cabbage but left most of it. When the server asked why I told her that I did not believe the pork was as described on the menu and that I was very disappointed. To compound the whole experience I ordered the Cheese Tray for dessert and when it arrived there was only 2 different cheeses and the crackers were stale. Obviously the Chef was having a bad evening!! Staff were very ice in general but we overheard a very disgruntled young lady having a loud conversation with the bar staff regarding her pay and working hours- not what patrons need to hear!
3 out of 5
by zoe from kent, u.k.

House keeping

Posted 20-Jun-2014
Pros: Situated near Eden project, Fiwey and many other places.
Cons: A good deep clean.
Location: Fowey, Eden project, north and south coasts, beaches.
Was not told the hotel was under reconstruction. I booked 2 rooms at the same time, our room was not upgraded but other was, they did upgrade when asked. The hotel needs a good deep clean, very dusty dining room, as such a beautiful historic room, it should be cared for, panels dusty, chandelier dusty and massive cobwebs in the window area, above where people were eating. When we told the staff they were not worried or apologetic. Beautiful views, well situated for eden project, Fowey and more.
2 out of 5
by Kevin from Rugby

More like Butlins accommodation

Posted 16-Jun-2014
They call them lodges. I call them chalets. 3 windows and patio doors required maintenance. Bulb broken in bedside lamp. Cobwebs on window frames in main restaurant windows that looked as though they had been there for months. Very poor attitude of staff (except maintenance man). Not what we had expected or value for the money we paid.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by Cousin Jack 45 from Bath


Posted 12-Jun-2014
Pros: Location, cleanliness, general sense of luxury accommodation.
Cons: Air conditioning in the top rooms could make them more comfortable in hot weather
Location: An hourly bus service to and from Fowey runs from Casle Dore crossroads (about 400 yards from the hotel).
We weren't sure what to expect. So many old Manor houses have been neglected and turned into hotels that in most respects don't meet the required standard. This can't be said about Trenython. All the original features of the house have been beautifully maintained and from the moment we walked through the huge doors to the reception area we thought we were in a five star hotel. We had a standard room on the third floor that was large and spacious, well furnished and equipped. The bed was huge and the bathroom was large, modern and very clean. There wasn't much of view from our room as there was scaffolding outside due to maintenance work being carried out on the top walls. The only minor drawback was that the room was quite hot at all times of the day and night and given that the daytime ambient temperature was 16-18 it could be quite uncomfortable in mid summer with higher temperatures. The lower floor probably would have been cooler and may be a better choice in in the hotter months. We were here in early June The dining room is a magnificent setting with its floor to ceiling panelled walls and whilst we didn't eat here in the evenings, the buffet style breakfast was excellent. The staff were polite and efficient without being overbearing - just right. The hotel is located within twenty four acres of woodland and landscaped gardens looking out towards Par beach. A lovely find - we shall be back.
5 out of 5
by Skinny from S.wales

Lovely stay, beautiful views and grounds

Posted 28-May-2014 on Hotels.com
We stayed at Trenython Manor for a long weekend and it was lovely, we booked a double room and got upgraded to a superior lodge, the lodge was fantastic, like home from home. We would defiantly stay at Trenython Manor again.
5 out of 5
by Beetlebug from London

Enjoyable stay

Posted 25-May-2014 on Hotels.com
After staying in a dreadful place the night before i was really looking forward to a Hotel that was comfortable, friendly and quite. this certainly hit the spot. Friendly service, good food and great surroundings. looking forward to going back.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by Ebby from Ashford

Very nice hotel

Posted 21-May-2014
Went to this hotel with my boyfriend for a nice relaxing 3 night stay around my birthday. There was repair work going on on the outside of the hotel so the manor did not look great from the outside with the scaffolding but it was lovely on the inside and the staff were great. We stayed in room 205 which had a small window but great views of St Austell's bay (I think that's what it was anyway) and the bed was comfortable (though 2 singles pushed together with a king sized sheet over it so didn't fall through) the bathroom was very modern and clean and fresh clean towels were provided. Breakfast was lovely and the spa facilities though small we're very relaxing! Great for couples I think. All in all a really good place to stay :)
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by Jude from New Zealand

Nice hotel close to seaside towns.

Posted 19-May-2014
Pros: Hotel was excellent, food was good, staff were friendly, a nice relaxing stay. Perfect place to unwind.
Location: Located near Fowey, Looe and Mevagissey, close to tourist attractions.
Hotel was nice, clean, comfortable bed and staff were very friendly and helpful. Meals were excellent. Walk in the woodlands was good, lovely views, lots of wildlife and giants rabbits.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Amazing room and view

Posted 02-May-2014 on Hotels.com
Had a wonderful stay, very family friendly hotel with friendly unintrustive staff. Room and view were fantastic.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Good base for Eden Project and Lost Gardens.

Posted 27-Apr-2014
Cons: Needs a lift! Bar menu for evenings. Improve the breakfast buffet.
Nice Hotel. Recently undergone some rennovation and still having some work done. Notable points - No lift. Have to drive to get anywhere really. Breakfast buffet very average. Restaurant however does nice quality food.