Victorian farmhouse on a family run beef farm.
Offering a warm welcome in peaceful, unspoilt countryside within easy reach of coastal beaches. Established for over 25 years. Family run, working farm in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 5 guest bedrooms. Dog friendly. Peaceful, rural location.
David and Pam have a wealth of local knowledge, both being Cornish born and bred, and have been welcoming guests for over twenty-five years. We pride ourselves on our friendly welcome and all our guests, young and old, are welcome to experience a personal tour of the farming operation.
Stay with us
Five guest bedrooms two sleeping up to four people. All rooms with en-suite or private bathroom. Tea/coffee making facilities. Television. Wifi. Mini-fridge. Guest lounge with board games. Dining room. Full English or Continental breakfast served.
- Sleeps 3
- Beach Nearby
- Breakfast included
- Dog Friendly
- Rural & Countryside
More about Trenona Farm
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Trenona Farm is a working mixed farm specialising in beef cattle, but also has 60 acres of cereal crops and is home to the family farm machinery business. There are also several cats, and sometimes chickens and pigs. Our guests are welcome to see the animals and to explore the countryside using the footpath network to the coast (3 miles) or inland. There is ample parking close to the house with room for boats and trailers and under cover storage for bicycles.
The Roseland Peninsula is centrally located in Cornwall, on the South Coast, and is surrounded by rolling countryside, long sandy beaches, small fishing coves and is dissected by a tributary to the Fal river coming up to Ruan Lanihorne and the Percuil river near Gerrans. The area boasts many attractions, restaurants & pubs and activities, and is excellent for those keen on walking holidays. The Roseland Peninsula's mild climate makes visiting the area appealing all year round.
What can you do during your stay?
- Explore the city of Truro
- Spend a day at the Eden Project
- Take the ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth
- Visit Truro Cathedral
- Enjoy a walk around the Lost Gardens of Heligan
- Discover the Royal Cornwall Museum
- Visit Trelissick Gardens
- Visit Trewithen House and gardens
- Visit Caerhays or St Mawes Castles
Carne | Pendower | Portscatho | Gorran Haven
“Great place! Great sized room, newly decorated bathroom which was really nice. Lots of choice for breakfast. Loads of games in the living room. The farmhouse is beautiful and has lots of timeless class. Very quiet and restful.”KatyW, Trip Advisor
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