Has been described as a Rejected Uncertain

There are major building remains

Alternative NamesTrejago
Historic CountryCornwall
Modern AuthorityCornwall
1974 AuthorityCornwall
Civil ParishSt Michael Penkevil

King rejects this as cited by Oman in error. Oman cites this as a castle listed by William of Worcester as in existence in his time (1478), but King says this error for Tregony. Tregothan House is a Country house constructed in 1650 and rebuilt in 1816-18 and 1845-48.

Gatehouse Comments

This site also fits the vague location described by Mackenzine for Trejago Castle. Certainly the manor was held by the Trejago family although It is not possible to confirm this house was the site of 'Trejago castle' which seems, most usually, to be identified as Ruan Lanihorne.

- Philip Davis

Not scheduled

This is a Grade 1 listed building protected by law

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County Historic Environment Record
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  • King, D.J.C., 1983, Castellarium Anglicanum (London: Kraus) Vol. 1 p. 77 (reject)
  • Oman, Charles W.C., 1926, Castles (1978 edn Beetham House: New York) p. 105
  • Mackenzie, J.D., 1896, Castles of England; their story and structure (New York: Macmillan) Vol. 2 p. 18 online copy
  • Davies, Gilbert, 1838, The parochial history of Cornwall, founded on the manuscript histories of Mr. Hals and Mr. Tonkin; with additions and various appendices online copy


  • Harvey, J.H. (ed), 1969, Itineraries (of) William Worcestre (Clarendon Press)