B&B/Guest House

Tregwormond Grange


Fantastic far reaching views in farmhouse B&B near Port Isaac

On a working farm with views over the open countryside, situated a short distance from Rock, Polzeath, Port Isaac and Wadebridge. A wide choice at breakfast using lots of locally sourced produce.

Tregwormond Grange is a working arable farm set in the beautiful Cornish countryside with panoramic views looking towards Bodmin Moor and down onto the Camel Estuary.

The farmhouse is of Georgian design. The interior of the house is of a high standard.

The farm is well located for popular places like Rock, Polzeath, Port Isaac and Wadebridge. There are also many local pubs in the area such as St Kew Inn, Fourways at St Minver and the pretty Malsters Arms at Chapel Amble.

  • Enjoy England / Visit Britain - Silver

Our rooms

  • Stay with us

    - 1 x Super King Bed - 1 x King Size Bed - 1 x Twin Room - TV and DVD player in all rooms - Central heating - Tea and coffee making facilities available in all rooms - Sitting room with TV and access onto patio and garden area - All rooms come equipped with ironing facilities and hair dryers - WI-FI available

    • GuestSleeps 2


  • Breakfast included
  • Garden views
  • Parking
  • WiFi

What's nearby

  • Rock - 2 miles
  • Polzeath - 3 miles
  • Port Isaac - 5 miles
  • Wadebridge - 5 miles
  • Camel Trail - 5 miles (bike hire available in Wadebridge)
  • Camel Valley Vineyard - 8 miles
  • Eden Project - 22 miles
  • Heligan Gardens - 30 miles
  • Lanhydrock House and Garden, National Trust - 14 miles

Lovely quiet place for bed and breakfast. We stayed here for four nights. Very pleasant and Janet made us a very nice breakfast each morning. Nice comfortable bedroom with ensuite. Tea and coffee available in the room and fridge for use with fresh milk on landing. We cycled into Rock each day. Good start to our holiday as we were going on to a rented house with family in Rock. Lovely pleasant farmhouse.

Annec70gregory, Trip Advisor
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