Reception, Wi-Fi & Visitor Information
Monday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday to Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 3pm
Please note: The Leisure Facilities are also open during these times
You have the facility to access the internet in Reception and Cafe/Bar during opening hours. A password to gain FREE WI-FI can be obtained at the Reception Desk. (Password is subject to change).
All of our lodges have Wi-Fi available. Please ask at Reception for the the password.
Mobile Phone Signal:
We ask guests to please appreciate that due to our rural location, we do have very limited mobile phone signal on site. In case of an emergency there is a payphone located outside of Reception which is accessible 24/7 and, during opening hours the Reception phone can also be used for emergencies. Our lodges do not have phone lines.
With Cornwall being one of the top UK holiday destinations, there is no shortage of things to do and places to see both around the Roseland and further afield. There is something for everyone whatever the weather, rain or shine, making Cornwall the ‘Perfect Family Holiday’.
At Reception you will find, leaflets, booklets and lots of further information to help you plan your family days out during your stay here at Trewince.
The nearest Tourist Information Office is based in St Mawes; The Roseland Visitor Centre, The Millennium Rooms, The Square, St Mawes TR2 5AG Tel: (01326) 270440
The King Harry Ferry connects St Mawes and the Roseland with Feock, Truro and Falmouth and is an iconic part of Cornwall’s history. Established in 1888, it connects St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth by avoiding the alternative 27 mile route through Truro & Tresillian. It’s a crossing that takes 10 minutes, accompanied by the rhythmic clink of the chains and glorious views across the Fal River. Hundreds of people make the journey every single day on our state-of-the-art chain ferry.
The ferry’s story, powered by steam and the seed of an idea, starts some 124 years earlier… In 1887, Colonel Arthur Tremayne of Carclew, gathered together some friends with the idea of forming a company to run a steam-driven ferry bridge across the Fal River in place of the old barge-like, man-propelled ferry which was then being used. The ferry also carried livestock and while a gentleman’s horse was allowed to travel on board, the farmer’s horse and his livestock had to swim alongside. Farmers worried about missing stock would often position small boats downstream to haul out strays. On April 18, 1888, the King Harry Steam Ferry Company was formed, to acquire the lease and charter for the operation of a steam ferry bridge across the Fal River at King Harry Passage, together with the land and property. Thus there has been a floating bridge operating over the upper reaches of the Fal since 1889 and a rowing ferry for more than 500 years. The new ferry is the 7th to operate on the service since 1888. (Information provided by Fal River Cornwall)
For Ferry Service Information around the Fal River including timetable & prices: see live ferry status for daily information.