Tregenna Castle, (Cornish: Kastel Tregenow, meaning "Kenow’s settlement") in St Ives, Cornwall, was built by Samuel Stephens in the 18th century and is named after the hill on which it stands. The estate was sold in 1871 and became a hotel, a purpose for which it is still used today.
The castle is a Grade II Listed building. It is surrounded by 72 acres (29 ha) of gardens and natural woodland, and has views along the coastline of Cornwall.
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