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National Trust

A National Trust home with an intriguing past and magnificent views


National Trust Trelissick House

Trelissick House has one of the best views in the country. The china collection of Copeland-Spode is a must see, along with the Solarium and Florentine inspired Drawing room.

In 2013 National Trust Trellisick opened the front door of the house to visitors. Four years later they've made great progress with the conservation team working to preserve the house and collection. This work is ongoing and will continue with conservation and preservation at the heart of what National Trust Trelissick do.

The stables are another conservation focus for 2017 already having had a deep clean with a few new touches.

Unravelling Trelissick’s history the research team has been uncovering the history of the property. Shining a light on the forgotten past they have unearthed many significant discoveries that can be explored and shared in the years to come.