Chance to win £3000 holiday at historic Cornish estate

Seasalt competition to win £3000 holiday at Trelowarren

Seasalt  – Chance to win a £3,000 holiday in Cornwall!

The prize includes a week’s stay at Trelowarren, a beautiful, historic estate, in one of their luxury self-catering cottages. Also included is a delicious meal at the New Yard Restaurant, indulgent treatments at the Walled Garden Organic Spa and family membership to Trelowarren’s leisure facilities during your stay. This is the perfect Cornish holiday!

The lucky winner will have a wide range of accommodation to choose from (subject to availability) for their one week’s stay, to be taken any time before 31st October 2012. That even includes Christmas and New Year!

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize is fill in your details here.

The closing date is 31st October 2011.


Trelowarren has 1,000 years of history, 600 in the same family.

You will find the Manor of Trelowarren in the 11th century Domesday Book, but it was farmed, forested and hunted over long before that.

Trelowarren’s first recorded owner was Earl Harold, the victor of Stamford Bridge but the loser at Hastings, which probably explains why ownership passed to Robert Mortain, half-brother of the Conqueror, Duke William of Normandy.

The Vyvyans, who had lived in Cornwall at least since the 13th century, inherited the Manor through marriage in 1427 and have run it as a working estate ever since.

They feature prominently in the history of the Britain. Hanibal Vyvyan was MP for Truro when the Spanish Armada threatened the West Country, and subsequently Governor of St Mawes Castle and Vice-Admiral of Cornwall when the Spaniards raided Penzance and Mousehole.

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4 thoughts on “Chance to win £3000 holiday at historic Cornish estate

  1. Lucy Dilks says:

    We visited Devon a few years ago and said that we would love to visit Cornwall, but still haven’t done so. From the pictures it looks so so beautiful.

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