Treeve Moor Cottage

Welcome to Treeve Moor Cottage

Treeve Moor Cottage provides dog friendly, self-catering accommodation in a detached three bedroom cottage with room to sleep four.

The cottage is down a lane, well away from the road and boasts an uninterrupted view of the sea and coastline across the fields from the first floor and views of the garden from the ground floor. The garden is quite private, surrounded by an escallonia hedge.

This area boasts a stunning coastline, unspoilt fishing villages, sheltered coves, rugged moorland, and, warmed by the Gulf Stream, a mild climate.


    • Parking
    • Cot
    • Linen provided
    • WiFi
    • Sea View
    • Beach Nearby
    • Rural & Countryside
    • Dog Friendly
    • Garden views

    Escape the hustle and bustle and indulge in watersports, walking the coastal path, birdwatching, the lively arts scene, visiting sub-tropical gardens and eating fabulous food.

    Wonder at England's most westerly point, Land’s End, enjoy a performance at the Minack Theatre which uses the ocean as a backdrop, or venture across the causeway to St. Michael’s Mount. Choose to do everything or nothing!

    • Porthcurno - the beach here is spectacular, with white sand which is made up almost entirely of tiny, 30,000 year old seashells extending well below the water line, giving the sea a bright turquoise colour. 
    • Porthgwarra – a secluded sandy fishing cove adjacent to the South West Coastal Path, popular with birdwatchers
    • Sennen Cove – a wide sandy beach popular with families and surfers

    Uninterrupted view of the sea and coastline

    Attractions nearby

    • Minack Theatre
    • Land’s End
    • Geevor Tin Mine
    • St. Michael’s Mount
    • Trengwainton Gardens
    • South West Coastal Path
    • Mousehole

    Restaurants nearby

    • No. 2 Fore Street, Mousehole
    • The Old Coastguard, Marazion
    • Argoe
    • Mackerel Sky
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    Long sandy beaches, hidden coves, rugged moorland, quaint fishing villages, deep wooded valleys, bustling seaside resorts, industrial heritage, rocky headlands, colourful gardens, idyllic rivers and a bijou city, Cornwall has a bit of everything for those who want to explore.

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