|Contact||Mr & Mrs G W Salmon|
|5 acre garden created in the 1830's with terraces and large rockeries. Since 1994 landscaped and enriched with herbaceous borders, rose pergola and a wide variety of plants and shrubs giving colour throughout the year.|
|Open||1 Apr - 19 Sept, Tuesdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays 14:00-17:30. Other times and Groups by arrangement.|
|Admission||Adults: £3.50, Children: U5s Free, 6-16 50p Cream Teas in the Courtyard: £3.00 per person|
The present house a fine Georgian Rectory was built in 1829 with the gardens being laid out in the following years and retaining many of the trees from the original plantings.
Most notably the fine Araucaria araucana (Monkey Puzzle Tree) said to be one of the earliest imported to Cornwall and planted by the first owner Samuel Trist. When the current owners arrived at Trist House in 1994 the garden was very overgrown and they have lovingly evolved the current garden around its original layouts. Lets ad a much longer paragraph in here and see what hapens to the the links when we do a wrap