The Coach House Bar & Cafe
Located amongst the Trewince Manor Estate, The Coach House offers inside seating and, weather permitting, seating both on the patio or along in the pool garden. Giving you unrivaled views over Gerrans Bay and out to Gull Rock, plus use of the children’s mini fort play equipment.
Serving pastries, pasties, savoury snacks, cream teas, (freshly baked cakes – if available) and Callestick Farm ice-cream. Accompanied by a range of hot & cold drinks, including ‘Cornish Gold’ coffee from our espresso machine, or from 12 noon a small selection of alcoholic beverages, including the award winning local Doom Bar and Tribute beers, local ciders, spirits and a selection of wines are available from our licensed bar. (Limited menu available during the winter season)
Free Wi-Fi also available, accessed via a password on request (please note password is subject to change)
(LIMITED MENU AVAILABLE OUT OF SUMMER SEASON)
Monday – Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 3pm
The licensed Bar is open from 12 noon until closing (or later subject to demand)
Trewince History (The Coach House)
Trewince was built in 1750 by a man called Stephen Johns, but according to the Henderson Calendars (1919 transcripts of unpublished Cornish manuscripts), records of lands at “Trewynsse or Trewense in the parish of St Gerrans” date back to 1571, and maps from an even earlier date show a dwelling at Trewince. Originally Trewince would have been part of the Tregear estate – written records are in the Domesday Book 1085. From the sixteenth century onwards, the Trewince mansion changed and developed; whilst little is known of an earlier building on the site, there was a coach house and cottage, and also gardens, orchards and plantations. The walled garden, still intact, was filled with flowers and fruit trees; there would have been game preserves and dove-cotes.
An advertisement in the Royal Cornwall Gazette Saturday June 3rd 1876
Very attractive Marine Residence to be let furnished – To be let by tender, from year to year, furnished with immediate possession. all that genteel and commodious family mansion house and premises called or known as Trewince House situate in the Parish of Gerrans, in the said county. The house comprises capacious drawing, dining and breakfast rooms, with excellent kitchens, and other servants offices, together with 5 bedrooms and 2 dressing rooms, and 5 servants’ bedrooms. There are also good stabling for 10 horses, carriage, saddle and harness room, and a coachman’s residence, also lawn shrubbery greenhouse and large kitchen garden attached. The house commands charming views of Gerrans Bay and the English Channel Falmouth and St Mawes harbours.