Welcome to Trewithen
Coronavirus: visitor information
23rd March 2020,
It is with a truly heavy heart that we will be closing the gardens until further notice. Our social media will keep you all up to date with regular posts and news.
The safety of our visitors and staff is always our priority and after following government guidelines over the past few weeks, we have come to this extremely difficult decision.
Thank you for your understanding and patience during these difficult times.
20-23rd MARCH 2020
Here at Trewithen, the health and safety of our visitors and staff is our number one priority. We are carrying out measures in line with government advice and are fully committed to delivering the highest hygiene standards. We kindly ask that you join us in helping to keep everyone safe and well.
The Tea Shed will be closed from Thursday 19th March 2020 until further notice
As from,Tuesday 17th March, we will only be taking contactless payments by card in our plant centre and Tea shed. This is to prevent unnecessary contact and further safeguard our staff and the community.
The Gardens will however be OPEN as normal. please check our social media for further updates.
Other things that you can do are:
– washing your hands with soap and warm water often for at least 20 seconds
– washing your hands when you get home or into work
– using hand sanitiser if soap and water are not available
– covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
– putting used tissues in the bin straight away and washing your hands afterwards
– trying to avoid close contact with people who are unwell
We continue to welcome visitors to Trewithen and any changes to this will be communicated on our social media sites and our website. Please be assured that we are closely following government guidelines and industry advice and will amend things accordingly.
We thank you for your understanding and support during this time. We look forward to seeing you soon.
The House is now CLOSED for a restoration and alteration project.
Home to the same family for more than 300 years and an International Camellia Garden of Excellence, Trewithen’s horticulture, Champion Trees, intriguing pathways and unexpected treasures are both memorable and exceptional.
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