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The Walled Garden

Cottage
 

ABOUT

The Walled Garden was originally a garden and shrubbery and walled garden for the manor house known as Trenant Park. The cottage and garden is clearly marked on the 1840 Tithe Map of Duloe. During the C19 it would have kept the kitchens well stocked with fresh fruit and vegetables.

The manor of Trenant is mentioned in Domesday when 4 farms were attached to it. Laterit was held in conjunction with the large Manor or Tremadart and passed, often in marriage, through many of the top families in the county including Hewis, Coleshill, Arundells, Whittingtons and Giffard. At a later period the whole became vested in the family of Treise. Sir Christopher Treise was sheriff in 1760 on the accession of George 3rd and was knighted when he presented a address to the throne.  He bequeathed it to his sister, the mother of Sir John Morshead who was created a baronet in 1784. In 1806 Sir John sold the estate to Admiral Sir Edward Buller who was created a baronet in 1808. The Peel family (relatives of Sir Robert Peel) bought Trenant in 1839. Thomas Peel closed the public road up from the lodge to Duloe which ran through the estate and made a new road up Trenwith Hill to maintain his privacy. The original road runs behind The Walled Garden. He also built the bridge across the river at Terras Pill as several people had before then been drowned whilst crossing the old ford. Trenant remained the home of the Peel family till the death of William Peel (better known as 'Squire Peel') in the 1950's.
 

‘The Walled Garden’, Trenant near Looe, is a charming cottage set in its own private pretty garden within a larger partially walled paddock, with views over the surrounding fields of the neighbouring Manor House. 

 
 

OUR SERVICES

Living Area

Spacious living room with electric heating and wood burning stove.  Kitchen/dining room with double oven gas cooker, microwave, toaster, fridge with ice box/freezer compartment. Sleeps 2 people.With optional fold out bed. Bathroom with WC washbasin and shower.

Garden

Enclosed lawned garden with flower beds, picket fenced and outside seating with table and chairs. Plus further grass paddock that is fenced and gated within the walled garden which is wonderful for dog walking, ball games and even golf practice!

Parking

Plenty of parking within the cottage grounds. Space for at least 2 cars.Both of which are directly next to the property.

Free Wifi

Free high speed wifi provided by BT

Linen & Towels

Included: Bed linen, towels (no beach towels so please bring your own)

Dog friendly ​

up to two well behaved medium sized dogs permitted. Pet Charge: £30.00 per pet per week

 

GALLERY

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THINGS TO DO

Looe Valley Railway

Linking the bustling market town of Liskeard and the picturesque fishing port of Looe, the Looe Valley Railway Line takes you on a journey through an abundance of landscapes from heavily wooded valleys teaming with wildlife to glorious estuary views as the river meets the sea.  

Looe Museum

Owned by the East Loose Town Trust, the Looe Museum is managed by a small community of volunteers, and gives a delightful insight into the history and character of the area.  It’s an opportunity to develop your knowledge of the town and locality 

Looe Sailing Club 

What would a seaside location be without a little sailing? Looe Sailing Club is a welcoming environment where membership is open to anyone wishing to join the club either as a sailing member or social member. 

Looe Fishing Trips 

In Looe skippers offer superb Fishing Trips with your friends and family around Looe Island, with clear blue water and the amazing wildlife that occupy the Cornish coastline.

Looe Golf Club 

While most golf courses claim a degree of outdoor beauty, Looe Golf Course really takes the biscuit, with panoramic views of the peaks of Dartmoor and the Tamar estuary to the east, Looe Island and the channel to the south.

The Monkey Sanctuary 

The Monkey Sanctuary is a delightful opportunity to learn about its 36 inhabitants, all of whom have distinct characters and personalities.  An active rescue centre dealing with individuals that have often not had a very happy start to life,

GUEST REVIEW

"fantastic week here , should be called enchanted garden. Loved every minute of our stay"

 
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