Relaxing B&B stay on a family run farm near Penzance
Tredinney is a family run dairy and beef farm, situated 3/4 mile from the A30 road, approx. 500 feet above sea level, near the hamlet of Crows-an-Wra, being only five miles distance each from Penzance and Land's End. The nearest railway and bus stations can be found in Penzance.
Relaxing stay on a family run farm; beautifully decorated rooms, blending luxury with comfort. Superb breakfasts, guests garden & interesting archaeological walks on farm nature trail.
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The family room is cosy and warm with view out over the garden. It has an en-suite shower room with toilet and hand basin and sleeps 4 in a double bed and two bunk beds. The double room is large and airy with two windows overlooking the garden and surrounding countryside. It has an en-suite shower room with toilet and hand basin. The twin room has two good size single beds and views out over the moorland. It has its own private bathroom next door which has a full size bath with overhead shower, toilet and hand basin.
- Sleeps 3
- Beach Nearby
- Garden views
- Rural & Countryside
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- Commanding views over the countryside, stretching to the sea
- Aga cooker is a main feature, good home cooking with local produce from the farm according to season
- Food and hygiene certificate held and special diets catered for
- Television, wi-fi access, DVD players, hairdryers, beverage trays and towels are provided for guests
- The dining room has games and many books of local interest
- All rooms have central heating Tredinney Farm is the perfect location for a relaxing and peaceful stay. Ideally placed for sandy beaches, tourist attractions and interesting walks, spectacular sunsets, magical night skies, watch the milking and as guests say "listen to the silence".
- St Michael's Mount
- Land's End
- Minack Theatre
- Tate St Ives
- Barbara Hepworth Museum
- Geevor Tin Mine
- Penlee House Gallery
- Trengwainton Garden
- Trewidden Garden
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