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2 night stay in an 18th Century Castle @ Cornwall for £145 per room-including full cornish breakfast - kids free!! overlooking St Ives Bay, including spa treatments and use of the golf course!!!!!
2 night stay in an 18th Century Castle @ Cornwall for £145 per room-including full cornish breakfast - kids free!! overlooking St Ives Bay, including spa treatments and use of the golf course!!!!!

2 night stay in an 18th Century Castle @ Cornwall for £145 per room-including full cornish breakfast - kids free!! overlooking St Ives Bay, including spa treatments and use of the golf course!!!!!

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Just seen this on Travelzoo website....sounds good.
A 2 night stay for £145 PER ROOM, not per person for £145. It says Kids stay free.

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The Tregenna Castle Hotel in Cornwall is offering a special rate of £145 per room for a 2-night seaside break -- 50% OFF the regular price. This includes two nights' accommodation in a castle overlooking St Ives Bay, a full Cornish breakfast each morning and FREE accommodation for children sharing their parents' room**.

The hotel is also throwing in a 20% discount on dinner in the main restaurant, spa treatments and the 18-hole golf course for the duration of your stay.

The offer is available for stays any time until 15 December, but you must book by 11 September.

Blackout date: 5 September.

How to book: Call 01736 795 254, press option 1 and quote TZOO to book this deal with the Tregenna Castle Hotel. Click here for more information.

Travelzoo tip: Upgrade to a Sea View Room for an additional £10 per person, per night, or to a Superior Sea View Room for £20 per person, per night.

About the hotel: Standing within its own 72-acre estate, the Tregenna Castle Hotel has stunning views of the Cornish coastline and is just a 15-minute walk to the famous fishing town of St Ives. Recently refurbished, the hotel features a heated indoor and outdoor pool, a gym, a health spa, a beauty salon and an on-site 18-hole golf course, plus tennis, badminton and squash facilities. Theres also a restaurant, brasserie and bar. The hotel has recently added the Castle kids club, open Monday to Friday.

The castles website is tregenna-castle.co.uk/

37 Comments

Check out Tripadvisor before booking this. Might be good or might be rubbish but forewarned and all that.

anyone been? what is it like?

I'm not sure the spa treatments and golf course usage is included in the price...?

It could be saying that there is 20% off each of dinners, spa treatments and use of the golf course - it's a little choppy there?!

Heat given though, I love it down there - better than going to a lot of places abroad...

Fab place - went there for a wedding earlier this month. Gorgeous grounds. Golf course is only a par 3 according to my partner (whatever this means? lol) Wish we could afford to go because we'd definately go back

What the hells are cornish breakfast?

Does it include a pasty by any chance?

iNSOMANiAC;6128540

What the hells are cornish breakfast? Does it include a pasty by any … What the hells are cornish breakfast? Does it include a pasty by any chance?



was just about to ask the exact same thing

I live outside Glasgow and would absolutely love to travel down to this part of the UK - but at the moment my piggy bank doesnt have enough in it but a great deal and heat added

I am pretty sure that you get a 20% discount for spa as well as for gold course. Would be to good to be true having free treatments"

Too far to travel for 2 nights but hot if you're nearer than me (300+ miles)

Been in a few of the rooms and spent a week in one of the self catering cottages. I'd say they are ok, nothing special to be honest.

Also, this is only close to one beach, the rest of the town, harbour, etc is a fair trek - imo find a little guest house or smaller hotel - most have reviews, they will be a bit quirky and different

fairy;6128318

anyone been? what is it like?



i went february with the valentines day deal. Fantastic place, food really nice and St Ives bay at night is gorgeous!

fully_automatic;6128583

was just about to ask the exact same thing



Cornwall is offically not part of England (thats why they have their own language, own flag, own culture etc...)
A cornish breakfast is similar to an English breakfast however it was invented earlier by the Kelts (Cornish, Welsh, Scottish, Irish and Normandy). Therefore named a cornish breakfast using local ingredients from Cornwall.

fully_automatic;6128583

was just about to ask the exact same thing



Breakfasts are great, basically a fryup!

Hi i went last time it was on here, we went over valentines day, with the kids, staff are lovely, castle is lovely, would definately recommend, my little boy wants to go back but it was a long drive as we are in Southend

Views from the rooms aren't great. But they are when you're outside.



Still tryin to get my head round this one???:thinking:

Non left for bank holiday though

james10999;6129372

Cornwall is offically not part of England (thats why they have their own … Cornwall is offically not part of England (thats why they have their own language, own flag, own culture etc...) A cornish breakfast is similar to an English breakfast however it was invented earlier by the Kelts (Cornish, Welsh, Scottish, Irish and Normandy). Therefore named a cornish breakfast using local ingredients from Cornwall.


? What are you on?

The handful of real Cornish people in Cornwall might wish they weren't part of England, but they are! Great place though (Cornwall that is, don't know the hotel).

PS I think you're thinking of Brittany, not Normandy. The Brettons wish they weren't part of France, but they are!

bossyboots;6128707

I live outside Glasgow and would absolutely love to travel down to this … I live outside Glasgow and would absolutely love to travel down to this part of the UK - but at the moment my piggy bank doesnt have enough in it but a great deal and heat added



Well just do what i do all the time when I cant afford something just put it on the credit card and worry about it later.

Besford;6129917

? What are you on?The handful of real Cornish people in Cornwall might … ? What are you on?The handful of real Cornish people in Cornwall might wish they weren't part of England, but they are! Great place though (Cornwall that is, don't know the hotel).PS I think you're thinking of Brittany, not Normandy. The Brettons wish they weren't part of France, but they are!



Evidence here:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/29/EmpireNorth.JPG

England marked in red and other countries marked in yellow.

It's quite clear that Cornwall is a seperate country by lots more evidence on the web if you want it! It was just assumed part of England one time and the issue has never been resolved.

cambourne03;6129922

Well just do what i do all the time when I cant afford something just put … Well just do what i do all the time when I cant afford something just put it on the credit card and worry about it later.



Worst advise ever!!!

jojogogo;6130116

Worst advise ever!!!



I dunno, I've heard worse.

"Dont worry Mr Jackson, some extra painkillers never hurt anybody"...

MrShed;6130168

I dunno, I've heard worse."Dont worry Mr Jackson, some extra painkillers … I dunno, I've heard worse."Dont worry Mr Jackson, some extra painkillers never hurt anybody"...



lol - Too true! :lazy:

Was also there on valentines day. Breakfast is a fry up, but the juice is horrible! Rooms were very very warm in feb and bed had no support. Not a castle in my eyes. St Ives is very small and wasn't much to do in evening, though might be different in summer. Golf was free. They do this deal every month! Cold

mamboboy;6128353

Things I noticed from reviews:- It's not a REAL castle- Golf course is … Things I noticed from reviews:- It's not a REAL castle- Golf course is just a field, not a 'proper' golf course.- It holds weddings, and a majority of the workers attention goes to those attending the weddings.- Views from the rooms aren't great. But they are when you're outside.- Uncomfortable beds.- So-so food.Good price, though. Especially comparing it to places like Bournemouth which is the same price for 2 nights in a regular travelodge/premier inn hotel. But no doubt this place will sting you with the food prices...


travelodge in bournemouth £150 - only a plank would pay that......im not keen on the place but i do stay there its £29 or £39 a night

james10999;6129972

Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in … Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in yellow.It's quite clear that Cornwall is a seperate country by lots more evidence on the web if you want it! It was just assumed part of England one time and the issue has never been resolved.



A map from the time of King Canute? Hardly a deciding argument as to your assertion to the obvious modern-day independence of Cornwall!

For anyone interested, there's more information here
en.wikipedia.org/wik…all

james10999;6129972

Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in … Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in yellow.It's quite clear that Cornwall is a seperate country by lots more evidence on the web if you want it! It was just assumed part of England one time and the issue has never been resolved.



I assume that on that basis you claim that the USA contains only 1 state, as the other 49 states were not originally part of the country....??

Banned

MrShed;6131015

I assume that on that basis you claim that the USA contains only 1 state, … I assume that on that basis you claim that the USA contains only 1 state, as the other 49 states were not originally part of the country....??


LOL

and england is soon to be a part of france

With regard to the history discussion, it does take a long time for Cornwall to catch up with the rest of the country!! Sometimes, it would rather not catch up at all and drags its heels, hoping that no-one will notice. That's why it's so nice down here. Some places even manage to escape the forecast weather - how's that for independence. St Ives is lovely - lots of independent shops and artists in small winding streets, sandy beaches, cliff top walking, eateries, art gallery; also on a rail branch line - but not ideal for party goers. If you just want a couple of days away with the kids, it's perfect. Leave England behind, and come down here and relax. And don't expect anything in a hurry - it'll be done dreckly.

The area is lovely and the hotel looks nice from teh outside but it is not particlualrly flashy or historic inside. Golf OK nothing more. Best part is the lcoation only a 10/15 minute stroll down hill into St Ives (go via the cliff walk its great) and lovely beaches also at Carbis Bay and Hayle a short drive away (can walk to Carbis Bay actually along said cliff walk)

We go down at least once a year to the area and I love it - although as someone already said you can get a guest house or B&B nearer to town if required for similar money. Downside for us is as Crissy-UK as we live in same area so long drive (380 miles to be precise!)

Whats a Cornish breakfast? Bacon and Egg pasty?

Seems like a decent deal, heat added.

Got married there 7 years ago. I loved it, and had no grumbles. Views are fantastic, and I love St. Ives. Would recommend at this price. Is it not a castle that has been converted? That's what I was under the impression of.

james10999;6129972

Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in … Evidence here:England marked in red and other countries marked in yellow.It's quite clear that Cornwall is a seperate country by lots more evidence on the web if you want it! It was just assumed part of England one time and the issue has never been resolved.


Very interesting map

I also learned that Cornwall actually was once part of France (Ice age) and that it got joined onto England over the millions of years and as such has a completely different rock/earth structure which is more akin to frogland. anyone confirm?

Had two nights here in Feb and can recomend it it has nice grounds and great walks some nice places to drive to if you have time the building is ok the Hotel resturant did quite a good evening meal at ok prices the bar prices were quite high as all hotels I dont play golf so cant comment it had a squash court but never saw it getting used.

rizla01;6131832

Very interesting mapI also learned that Cornwall actually was once part … Very interesting mapI also learned that Cornwall actually was once part of France (Ice age) and that it got joined onto England over the millions of years and as such has a completely different rock/earth structure which is more akin to frogland. anyone confirm?



The whole of the UK was once joined to Europe and I think Greenland/North America

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ift

ronhaze;6132545

The whole of the UK was once joined to Europe and I think Greenland/North … The whole of the UK was once joined to Europe and I think Greenland/North America :)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_drift


Yes but I think I recall that Cornwall came away separately and got shoved onto England much later (In fact I think there is evidence that it came up from the sea bed?)

rizla01;6133308

Yes but I think I recall that Cornwall came away separately and got … Yes but I think I recall that Cornwall came away separately and got shoved onto England much later (In fact I think there is evidence that it came up from the sea bed?)



That explains the webbed feet

Booked! Thank you, only live in Torbay, playing golf here sat morning then driving down, should be there for check in time God willing.

Peace
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