Trelagossick Farm


Trelagossick Farm is a traditional working dairy farm on the Roseland Peninsula.

Both self-catering cottages are situated in peaceful countryside and have superb country views. The coast is just three miles away which offers fine coastal walks and safe sandy beaches.


  • Near the picturesque village of Veryan
  • In the heart of the Roseland Peninsula
  • Quiet rural farm setting


    • Parking
    • Laundry
    • Cot
    • Linen provided
    • WiFi
    • Rural & Countryside

    Our Cottages

    Rose Cottage (Sleeps 5) is a comfortable wing of the old farmhouse. With its own entrance and gardens it is ideal for family holidays. A large lounge/diner with generous sized table, wood burner/ night store heating and TV/Video is adjacent to a separate beamed kitchen equipped with oak units, electric cooker, fridge, freezer and microwave, Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms; a double, a single and a twin room. There is a new double shower cubicle fitted with a power shower/WC and a separate WC.

    Mayflower (sleeps 2/3) is a wing of the farmhouse built in 1615. Downstairs is a slate-flagged hall leads to a kitchen with electric cooker, microwave and fridge/small freezer. A separate lounge diner is equipped with a cosy gas villager stove, TV/Video/DVD. Upstairs a large dual aspect bedroom has a double fourposter and a single bed and night store heating. Ensuite facilities include a power shower/ WC/handbasin.

    • Ample parking
    • Linen and towels/laundry facilities
    • Cot available
    • Farm nature trail and guided tour
    • Children welcome
    • Non-smoking establishment

    What can you do during your stay?

    • Explore the shops and galleries in St Mawes
    • Go kayaking on the Fal
    • Take the ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth
    • Go sea fishing in a 17 ft Bass boat
    • Visit St Mawes castle

    Beaches nearby

    • Portscatho
    • Summers Beach
    • Tavern Beach
    • Towan Beach - The Roseland
    • Hemmick Beach
    • Carne Beach

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