Welcome to Trinity - situated in the east wing of Restormel Manor.
The elegant sitting-room.
Wonderfully spacious and beautifully presented, this is a very special room.
All guests staying on the Estate have use of the fantastic leisure facilities.
The delightful kitchen/dining-room.
Traditional blue and white Cornishware complements the country-style kitchen.
The terrace at the back of Trinity is easily accessible from the kitchen
Enjoy relaxed holiday meals at Trinity.
The sitting-room is the perfect space for board games or catching up with a film or two.
The stairs lead up from the sitting-room to the bedrooms above.
The open fire is a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks.
Every antique and collectable has been carefully selected to complement the house.
A comfy super-king size double bed awaits in Bedroom One.
You are assured a good night's sleep at Trinity.
The large windows perfectly frame the glorious views of the surrounding countryside.
A lovely area to get ready at the start of the day.
A place to sit and unwind.
The delightful twin bedded room.
Double aspect, it's a wonderfully light and airy room.
A lovely spot to sit and enjoy your favourite book.
The family bathroom.
Complimentary toiletries are provided for your stay.
The terrace that sits behind Trinity provides another place to enjoy the great outdoors.
There's a choice of places to sit out and enjoy the surroundings.
A sunny spot to kick back and relax.
The large area in front of the Manor is available for all guests staying within the various wings of Restormel Manor (Dairy House, Manor House and Trinity).
Tucked away at the end of a private drive, Trinity is the east wing of Restormel Manor.
Restormel Manor sits at the end of a private drive on the Estate.
The indoor heated pool will delight old and young alike.
There's also a sauna and steam room for further relaxation.
Anyone for tennis?
Younger members can burn up some energy at the play area.
Explore the footpaths that lead right from the Estate.
Take the footpath that leads to the Duchy of Cornwall Nursery.
The nursery has an great selection of plants and a wonderful shop and whilst there indulge in some tasty treats at The Cafe or Orangery - you won't be disappointed!
You can take the footpath up to Restormel Castle (English Heritage) which stands majestically on the hill.
Discover the delights of the sailing town of Fowey.
For a day at the seaside, there's a great choice of beaches and sheltered bays along the south coast.
From Bodmin or Wadebridge you can join the Camel Trail as it winds its way up to Bodmin Moor in one direction or out to Padstow on the north coast in the other.
Head to Charlestown, a little further down the coast, to marvel at the historic tall ships in the harbour.
Explore the delights of Cardinham Woods either on foot or two wheels.
At the nearby village of Lerryn, said to the inspiration for Kenneth Graeme's 'Wind in the Willows' you can watch the comings and going along the river, or discover the wooded creekside walks.
Take a trip to Lanhydrock (National Trust) with its grand house and beautiful gardens and hire a bike to explore the network of cycle trails.



Lostwithiel / Sleeps 4 + cot

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Bedroom details

Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2


Treat yourself and your loved ones to a well deserved break amidst the peace and tranquility that surround the gorgeous Trinity. Tucked away on the beautiful Restormel Estate, in the heart of the Fowey Valley, yet with easy access to the coastal walks and fishing villages along Cornwall's south coast, this charming retreat forms the east wing of the impressive Restormel Manor.

Named after the ancient Holy Trinity Chapel, which used to stand on the site, behind the imposing facade are exquisite yet comfortable interiors that have been thoughtfully created with an eclectic mix of fine linens, soft furnishings, locally-sourced objects and artefacts and unique finds from the local antiques shops in the nearby town of Lostwithiel.

With stunning views of the surrounding parkland and River Fowey, Trinity has its own separate entrance waiting to open up to the delights within. While away many an hour in the relaxing sitting-room, adorned with Georgian wall panelling, dual aspect shuttered windows and a large open fireplace. Here you can sink into the plush sofas and enjoy a movie, games night or lose yourself in a good book selected from the fabulous offering on the bookshelves.

The country-style kitchen/dining-room, complete with traditional blue and white Cornishware, will delight any budding chef as they plan holiday feasts using the finest local produce and for those who prefer dining in the great outdoors, you can fire up the barbecue on the terrace, and then kick back and listen to the River Fowey as it makes it way along the valley - perhaps spotting the odd heron, kingfisher and other wildlife who also choose to visit!

The sounds of the countryside will send you off to sleep at night, snuggled up under the covers in the comfy beds in the two bedrooms. Both rooms are individually designed, creating their own private sanctuary inviting you to enjoy cosy early nights and lazy holiday lie-ins, listening to the birds perform their morning melodies.

As if this couldn't get any better, you also have full access to the extensive leisure facilities at Restormel Manor, shared with other guests staying on the Estate. These include an indoor heated swimming pool, a steam room and sauna, children's play area and tennis court - it's a very special place and for those who like to 'cast a line' there is complimentary fishing on the River Fowey at certain times of the year.

Perfectly-placed, there are extensive woodland and countryside walks to discover right from your front door. You can conquer the magical remains of the 13th Century Restormel Castle, that stands on a mound overlooking the Estate or head up to the Duchy of Cornwall Nursery which offers up a great selection of plants, gifts and not to mention food and drink. It's such a treat, it's sure to become a daily visit!

After a little more adventure? You can walk along the lane to the pretty little town of Lostwithiel, badged the 'antiques capital of Cornwall' with its collection of antiques and interior shops, along with cafes, restaurants and pubs.

The sailing town of Fowey is just a short drive away. Known for its beautiful old streets full of independent shops, galleries and great eateries, it's a fabulous place to spend the day.

Nearby you also have the old harbour town of Charlestown with its famous tall ships as well as the National Trust house and gardens at Lanhydrock. For garden lovers, the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must and if you fancy getting active you can always go kayaking on the River Fowey or enjoy the scenic cycling trails at Cardinham woods.

Ground Floor

Sitting-room with Smart TV, DVD player and open fire

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6') and TV

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


  • No pets
  • Travel cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Superfast WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Biomass CH
  • Fuel for open fire
  • Charging point for electric vehicles
  • Shared use of indoor pool, steam room, sauna, tennis court and games-room