Castallack Farm Bed and Breakfast and Self-Catering
In West Cornwall lies the pretty hamlet of Castallack named after the remains of a prehistoric site on our land 'Castallack Roundago'. Today it is grazed by the sheep & you are invited to to visit & wander at your own pace or take a picnic & soak in the atmosphere.
At Castallack they breed Ryeland sheep on 35 acres of fertile Cornish land & care for an assortment of horses, pigs, geese, chickens, dogs, cats & 'Chico' the handsome & aloof guard llama. The land is home to a variety of wildlife including Badgers, Foxes, Buzzards, Owls, Woodpeckers, Bats & a host of other wildlife, you may well be lucky enough to see a few or many of them.
Tremerth self catering cottage, sleeps 2 and is compact but roomy with all you need for a relaxing holiday. Warm & comfortable this granite cottage is great for a couple or couple with a baby to escape their normal hectic life & unwind in glorious surroundings. Dual aspect rural views from the lounge & great walks from the doorstep make this your own real country retreat. Centrally heated and full double glazing means that with a log fire burning in the woodburner you're as warm as toast even on the coldest of days.
Trevean self catering cottage sleeps 4 and is a very comfortable ground floor self catering accommodation ideally suited to a family of two adults and two children or a couple. Overlooking its own large secluded country garden with summerhouse, brick built BBQ and garden furniture the opportunities for lounging and contemplating or games and alfresco dining are endless.
Bed and Breakfast
A comfortable and cosy en suite double room, very comfortable King size [ 5' ] bed with hand-made mattress, on the ground floor overlooking the pond in our attractive central courtyard. A fridge in the adjacent hallway is for guests to use and contains jugs of fresh milk for in-room beverages. This room would suit guests with hampered mobility as there are just two internal steps to reach them and no steps within the room.
A comfortable and cosy en suite twin room on the ground floor overlooking the pond in our attractive central courtyard. A fridge in the adjacent hallway is for guests to use and contains jugs of fresh milk for in-room beverages. This room would suit guests with hampered mobility as there are just two internal steps to reach them and no steps within the room.
They welcome one well behaved dog by arrangement.
Castallack, a tiny hamlet, is secluded yet easily accessible, four miles from Newlyn one of the busiest fishing ports in England & five miles from the cosmopolitan market town of Penzance. Stroll to Lamorna Cove & enjoy a cream tea overlooking the small beach & ocean or walk in the opposite direction to Mousehole a quaint seaside village with a very safe harbour beach.
Take a catamaran out into Mounts Bay with Marine Discovery & search for Dolphins, Whales & Sea birds- it's a great way to see the coastline with a good chance of bird & marine sightings. There is so much to see & do in the far west of Cornwall. Beaches, coves, harbours, moorland, & some of the loveliest gardens in the country. Plus, to many, the jewels in the crown the magnificent South West Coastal Path & the iconic St Michael’s Mount National cycle route 3 passes by our front gate & a bridleway runs through our land.
There are some very good restaurants in Penzance & St Ives as well as cafe’s & coffee shops galore. Then there are the galleries where artists who have come here because of our clear & vibrant light showcase their works of art together with potters & sculptors.