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Trehellas House

Washaway, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 3AD - United Kingdom
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Trehellas House is a lovely, Grade II listed Cornish courthouse dating back to the early 18th century. It has had many guises over the years - starting life as a posting Inn - Washaway Inn and was used to hold the monthly petty sessions for the Hundred of Trigg until the 1870s. In the 1760s and 1770s a Venison Club was also held, where neighbouring gentry dined several times every year. Various facts and incidents at the club are recorded in the 'Parochial History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor' of 1876. The inn was converted to a farmhouse -Washaway Farm in the late nineteenth century and subsequently to a private house in the twentieth century. In the late sixties it became a letting complex called 'Washaway your Troubles', then five years ago was completely renovated and renamed Trehellas House. The courtroom suite still retains the magistrate's dais and the early 18th century moulded cornice.

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