We are aiming to open Trevenna for viewings from July 4th 2020. We are awaiting further guidance from the Government to confirm when we are able to re-open.
Please contact us now if you would like to book in for a Viewing.
Viewing Appointments are available between 12-2pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday’s.
Please allow 1hr 15mins for your Viewing.
Tel: 01579 320013
We look forward to welcoming you to Trevenna soon!
New Video Tour now available!
Journey down our leafy lanes to uncover beautiful grounds & gardens set within 142 acres of Cornish countryside, explore our elegantly converted Barns and discover our romantic Ceremony locations…
View the video below.
We are currently taking bookings for available dates into 2022.
For more information on how we are responding to the current UK Government restrictions and for some guidance on how to move forward with wedding plans view our Covid-19 update.
Choosing your perfect wedding venue is one of the most exciting first steps in planning your wedding.
We understand there will be many wedding planning questions to ask!
See our Frequently Asked Questions to read over before your viewing.
See Plan Your Wedding section at the bottom of the website for lots of information on Accommodation, Floor Plans & Menus.
We look forward to chatting through your wedding plans.
Keep up to date with whats been happening at Trevenna by taking a look at our social media.
See our latest Journal posts here:
This year we have been moving forward with our future plans for Trevenna, focusing on our green credentials as we look to be an (even) more regenerative business.
We celebrate local, seasonal and sustainable produce, reduce our impact on the environment and support the prosperity of our local community.
We are working closely with our existing and new growers, producers and farmers to establish local food chains to ensure the supply of sustainable ingredients for our wedding celebrations. We’ve even upgraded our wine list to focus on organic, sustainable and zero carbon vineyards!
We also have some new residents at Trevenna… our rare Cornish Black Honey Bees, which will help to improve the biodiversity of Trevenna and the surrounding countryside. Find out more about our new honey bees here.
You can take a look at some of the other things we’ve been busy doing at Trevenna in our journal here.