Welcome to Tredinney Farm, Self Catering.
Set in the heart of the Cornish countryside, in 'an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Tredinney farm is nestled beneath a gorse and heather clad hill, and has two well appointed cottages on a family run dairy and beef farm offering warm and welcoming hospitality and a peaceful and relaxing stay.
Near to the South West Coastal Path, ideal for sandy beaches, fishing villages, rocky coves and country walks from the doorstep to include ancient archaeological sites nearby on our farm's boundary. Land's End, The Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, St. Michael's Mount, St. Ives, St. Just, Penzance, Newlyn, Mousehole, Sennen Cove are all within easy reach.
- Rural & Countryside
- Beach Nearby
- Sea View
The Cottage has retained it's quaint and charging atmosphere and has three bedrooms, - a ground floor double en suite bedroom and there are two bedrooms upstairs - a double and single with a second bathroom. The open-beamed sitting room has a slim-line Smart television and the kitchen / dining room looks out onto the pretty sheltered garden which has a picnic table, and a barbecue. free wi-fi is available and there is a play area and ample parking. The tariff includes the electricity and all of the linen.
“Delightful cottage and charming barn conversion in Penzance”
The Roost was converted from a barn during the recent years and is a reverse level property, having a king-size double bedroom, a smaller bedroom with bunk beds and a spacious shower-room on the ground floor.
Upstairs is open plan with the kitchen / dining area one end and the sitting area with Sky television opens out onto the balcony with patio furniture the other and has spectacular views stretching to the sea at the front of the property and our open moorland and hill from the back.
A garden and parking area is alongside the property and the tariff includes the electricity and all of the linen.
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