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Tregoose is 500 yards from the precise centre of Cornwall. It is therefore an ideal base for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer. Everything from the Tate at St. Ives and Land's End in the West, to the houses and gardens on the Devon border in the East, is within an hour's drive. The great gardens of Caerhays, Heligan, Trewithen and the Eden Project are all within 5 miles and Bosvigo, Trelissick, Trebah and Glendurgan are nearby. It is even possible to make a day-trip to the Isles of Scilly by helicopter from Penzance.

The National Trust houses, Lanhydrock and Trerice, are also within easy reach.

There are some excellent restaurants in Padstow (Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant and Bistro), Truro (Tabb's & Saffron), Newquay (Jamie Oliver's Fifteen), on the Roseland Peninsula (Tresanton) and in Fowey (Nathan Outlaw) & Penzance. The King's Head at Ruan Lanihorne has good food and lovely walks along the Fal estuary. Both are always particularly enjoyed by guests. Alison will be happy to make recommendations and reservations.

Being less than ten miles from the North and South coasts, Tregoose is ideally placed for beaches and sailing waters and the coastal footpath.

SUGGESTED DIRECTIONS

FROM THE EAST:
Just past Exeter, we recommend that you take the A30 via Okehampton, though you can go straight on through Plymouth. You will bypass Okehampton, Launceston and Bodmin and about 7 miles after Bodmin, pass the Newquay exit. Continue past that exit, over the top of Highgate Hill and take the next exit about half way down the other side, signed, amongst other places, Grampound Road. A McDonald's sign is visible on the right hand side of the dual carriageway. Avoiding the temptation to call there, follow the signs to Grampound Road, going straight over a crossroads in the

process, for about 4 miles. Go though Grampound Road, and after about half a mile, you will come to another crossroads. This is the A390 Liskeard to Truro road. Turn right towards Truro and you will see immediately, on the right hand side, the back of  large roadsign and four black and white reflector posts just where the central double white lines end. Turn between these posts into a sunken lane. The house is 300 yards down this lane, straight though white gates.

FROM WEST CORNWALL:
Take the A30 towards Bodmin. At Chyverton Roundabout just west of Truro, turn off onto the A390 to Truro. Follow this road round the Truro Bypass, now following signs to St Austell. Having left Truro the road passes through Tresillian village and some 6 miles after Truro comes to Trewithen Roundabout. Again following signs for St Austell continue on the A390 for half a mile, passing the white railings at the entrance to Trewithen Gardens on the right, and a Speed Cameras sign on the left. 100 yards further on, the the lane to Tregoose is on the left hand side immediately before the large, green roadsign marking the Grampound Road/St Mawes junction. There are four black and white reflector posts on the left just where the central double white lines begin. Turn between these posts into a sunken lane. The house is 300 yards down this lane, straight through white gates.

FROM NEWQUAY AIRPORT:
Turn right out of the airport carpark and follow the road along to the A3059. Turn left towards Truro and St Austell. After about a mile there is a roundabout at the junction with the A39. Take the Truro exit. At the next roundabout (called Halloon) take the second exit, signed A30, Bodmin, Redruth. After 500 yards, there is another roundabout at the A30 junction. Take the exit signed Truro, Redruth. Join the A30 for half a mile and go up over the crest of Highgate Hill. About half way down the other side, take the exit left, signed, amongst other places, Grampound Road. A McDonald's sign is visible on the right hand side of the dual carriageway. Avoiding the temptation to call there, follow the signs to Grampound Road, going straight over a crossroads in the process, for about 4 miles. Go though Grampound Road, and after about half a mile, you will come to another crossroads. This is the A390 Liskeard to Truro road. Turn right towards Truro and you will see immediately, on the right hand side, the back of  large roadsign and four black and white reflector posts just where the central double white lines end. Turn between these posts into a sunken lane. The house is 300 yards down this lane, straight though white gates.

Refer to Ordnance Survey Landranger Map 204 (Truro & Falmouth)

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TREGOOSE GRAMPOUND TRURO CORNWALL TR2 4DB
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