Trewince Holiday Lodges, Portscatho, Truro, Cornwall TR2 5ET
01872 580289

Month: May 2015

Summer Opening Hours

Our Reception, Bar/Cafe, & Pool are now operating Summer Opening Hours:

Monday – Saturday: 9am – 9pm

Sunday: 10am – 3pm

Friday Night Pizzas and BBQ Nights are now well under way and proving very popular.

The Pizza Van is situated outside Reception on Friday Nights from 5pm-8pm.

BBQ Nights in the Pool Garden on Thursdays* from 5pm-8pm.

Pick up a Pasty! Order at Reception by 3pm on Wednesday.  Collect from Reception from 9.30am on Thursday.

BBQ & Quiz Nights at Trewince

Back by popular demand:

‘All you can Eat’ BBQ Evening 7-9pm.  Serving up Chicken, Burgers, Sausages (and Steaks by pre-order), along with salads, pastas, rices and various side dishes.

Quiz Night – 7-9pm.  Win yourselves a Cornish Cream Tea!!!

These evenings are a great way to enable all our guests to get together.


Just a reminder that this Friday 22nd May Friday Pizza Nights begin here at Trewince – Slice of the West, The Woodfired Pizza co.  Situated outside our Cafe/Bar from 5pm-8pm.  Pop up, order a pizza, have a swim, sauna & jacuzzi, order a drink from the Bar, sit down and enjoy!

Internet now available in Lodges


All of our lodges now have Wi-Fi available.  Please note: There is a charge for this service.  In your Lodge Welcome Pack you will find instructions on how to obtain access and choose from the various tarrifs on offer.

We still offer the facility to access the internet in our Cafe during opening hours.  A password to gain free Wi-Fi can be obtained at the Reception Desk.  (Password is subject to change).

Fowey Festival 2015

9th-16th May 2015

Why not check our current availability and book yourself a last minute break to stay at Trewince Holiday Lodges and take in the Fowey Festival –

This year the du Maurier lecture and luncheon, welcomes guest speaker Andrew Graham, son of Poldark novelist Winston Graham OBE. Amongst our speakers this year are Terry Waite CBE, Penny Junor, Judy Finnigan, Dr Ian Mortimer, Patrick Gale and Linda Grant. There is a full day of du Maurier events with talks, panel discussions and workshops. The Art Trail makes a welcome return with even more local artists from potters to painters. The new Festival Café and bookshop is located at the Royal Fowey Yacht Club.

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