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Trencreek Farmhouse

near Tregony, Roseland Peninsula, South Cornwall

Sleeps: 10
7 nights
£0 - £6010
Available from a minimum of 2 nights


  • Sleeps 10
  • Five bedrooms; two double bedrooms, two double/twin rooms, one twin
  • Two shower rooms (one of which is en suite), one bathroom
  • Suitable for a baby (travel cot and highchair available)
  • Children are welcome
  • Up to two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional fee applies*)
  • Surrounded by seven acres of gardens and fields
  • Terrace with garden furniture & barbecue
  • Full size size table tennis in barn for guests use (please supervise children)
  • A chef service is available by arrangement. For more information please click here.
  • Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
  • Ample parking
  • Covid-19 measures* (see Visitors' Notes)

Property layout

  • Ground floor:
    Entrance hallway.
    Sitting room with wood burning stove, Sky TV and French doors to the terrace and garden.
    Second sitting room/snug with board games and Sky TV.
    Well equipped kitchen with dining area seating 10.
    Utility room, wc.
  • First floor:
    Master bedroom with 5' bed and en suite walk in shower room.
    Bedroom 2 - Double bedroom with a 6' zip and link bed which can convert to two 3' singles upon request. A shower room with double shower cubicle adjoins bedroom 2.
    Bedroom 3 - Double/twin bedroom with a 6' zip and link bed which can convert to two 3' singles upon request. There is a dressing area off the bedroom with room for a cot.
    Bedroom 4 - Double bedroom with 5' size bed.
    Bedroom 5 - Twin bedroom with 3' beds.
    Family bathroom with double ended bath.


  • Oil central heating, wood burning stove in sitting room
  • 2 oven oil-fired Aga, with companion 2-door electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, second fridge, dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer in the utility room
  • Two flat screen TVs, Sky, 2 DVDs/videos, 2 CD players
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Payphone
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Garden furniture and charcoal barbecue
  • Full size size table tennis in barn for guests' use. Please supervise young children
  • Bicycles are available for hire locally through Pentewan Valley Cycle hire who will deliver them to the cottage (T: 01726 844242)


  • Our relaxing & beautiful luxury farmhouse is an ideal base for families and groups of friends at any time of the year. Zip-and-link beds in two of the bedrooms provide flexible sleeping accommodation.
  • Short breaks of two nights are available.
  • The cosy accommodation provides the ideal setting for Autumn and Winter breaks with a crackling wood burning stove and comfortable beds.
  • Situated just outside the ancient village of Tregony - gateway to the stunning Roseland Peninsula AONB - Trencreek Farmhouse is an ideal base for exploring all that South Cornwall has to offer.
  • Though many parts are now rightly famous, southern Cornwall retains quiet places, even in the height of summer.
  • Close to shops and amenities in the small towns and villages nearby.
  • Just 4.5 miles from Caerhays Castle and dog friendly beaches including Porthluney Beach.
  • The woods and riverside in the area are fantastic to explore, including the magical Lamorran Woods.
  • Nearby are the world famous Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project, the quaint fishing port of Mevagissey and the Georgian port of Charlestown (with its resident tall masted ships).
  • Explore the capital cathedral city of Truro (11 miles) and the yachting mecca that is St Mawes (11 miles).
  • Thanks to it’s central location, the farmhouse is also an easy drive to other notable locations such as St Ives, Padstow and Newquay.
  • For water sports enthusiasts, there are ample places to go sailing as well as surfing, water skiing, SUP and swimming.

Floor Plan

Bring together family and friends at Trencreek Farmhouse, our Grade II listed luxury home-from-home in a seven-acre slice of South Cornwall. It’s just ten minutes from the ‘Cornish Riviera’ coast, host to a wealth of sandy family-friendly beaches including Caerhays, Carne and Pendower.

Sleeping ten, you’ll be drawn to the sumptuously decorated farmhouse and its crackling wood burner in the sitting room. Or lose yourself among the peaceful (and vast!) adventure playground outside.

Gather in the elegant sitting room, a welcoming room with French doors offering a sunny escape onto the terrace with barbecue - perfect for al fresco dining and catching the sun in the summer months. And if the weather turns, fire up the wood burner and warm your toes. Or settle down for a family film night in front of the Sky TV.

There is also a wonderful large light-filled kitchen with sociable dining area for those who want to keep the cook company. Tuck in to the fabulous cream tea and the wonderful hamper of goodies waiting for you on arrival. During your stay, cook up a storm on the AGA. Or, if you fancy some help, just say the word and hire our recommended chef to step in.

Upstairs, there are five sumptuous bedrooms and three bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms have 6' zip-and-link beds, so can be offered as doubles or twins to suit your party.

Set in stunning Cornish countryside, Trencreek Farmhouse has a beautifully landscaped garden and kids can get their fill of fresh country air with seven acres of fields, perfect for hide and seek. They’ll simply love the rope swing and table tennis in the onsite barn.

Pooches adore Trencreek Farmhouse too - running around the fields, snoozing in the gardens, curling up by the AGA – can you blame them?

For a change of scene, make the most of the region’s many attractions. Few places can compare with the Roseland Peninsula – it's varied landscape makes it one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles!

Don’t miss the South West Coast Path with some dramatic walks around Nare Head, Portloe and The Dodman. Or hire some bikes (delivered to the cottage) and pedal the Coast and Clay Trail nearby - part of the famous Cornish Way. Whether on two feet or two wheels, each day can be spent exploring the secluded coves, sandy beaches, delightful rivers, wooded countryside, pretty villages, scenic cliffs and headlands that make the Roseland such a perfect holiday setting.

Rock-pool and paddleboard at the nearby beaches, or make the most of your coastal location with sailing and boat trips in St Mawes. See the tall ships at Charlestown Harbour, discover the mysteries of The Lost Gardens of Heligan or lose yourself in the world’s largest greenhouse at the Eden Project. Alternatively, explore the Cathedral city of Truro with its shopping centre, cobbled streets, restaurants and theatre. Or wrap things up at Pendennis Castle or the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth. What’s more, the wilder north coast with its rolling surf is just 40 minutes by car.

Wanting to be waited on? The Kings Head Inn in Tregony is just three miles away. Often referrred to as the 'gateway to the Roseland', in Tregony you’ll also find a shop, farm shop, post office and art gallery. Alternatively potter down for a pint in the village of Veryan also 3 miles, away where you can enjoy a well-deserved pint in The New Inn after one of the many walks the area provides. There are also several Michelin starred restaurants within easy reach.

2022-02-25 Anrew & Polly E, London

"Excellent house in a beautiful setting. We had a number of rampaging toddlers/children with us and the house was more than big enough for all of us. The kitchen is particularly impressive and meant a number of us could help prep meals at the same time. The guide book/visitors suggestion book provided was also really helpful. Thanks!"

2021-10-28 Georgina T, London

"We had a wonderful stay in the house and thanks for organising it all for us. Thank you very much for enabling us to check out at lunch time. It was a real help. We’re back home now after a wonderful holiday and sad to leave such a gorgeous spot and house!"

2021-09-18 Diarmaid U, Limerick, Ireland

"Excellent location, excellent space, thoroughly enjoyed the stay. We did a small company retreat and it had more than enough room for presentations and activities. Hard to capture how beautiful the place is. Would definitely return."

2021-08-07 Jane G, Market Bosworth

"Staycation Holidays were really helpful advising us about the accommodation, answering numerous questions. The house served as an excellent base for the Roseland peninsula with family friendly beaches nearby and other things to do in the area such as visiting St Mawes (good crabbing) and the castle, Trelissick and Heligan. The house was large enough to accommodate us comfortably. Worth double checking the route directions with a map,What three words was useful. Waitrose and Tesco available in Truro for big shops, we know Tesco can deliver. We had a super family holiday, thank you."

2021-06-14 Rebecca B, England

"Trencreek Farmhouse is such a gorgeous spot in Cornish countryside, plenty of room and amazing house. Expectations were thoroughly met!"

2020-10-31 Mary D-J, Bristol

"We loved staying in Trencreek, it is set in beautiful farmland close to the beautiful South Cornish coastline. Small beaches, lots of rockpooling for small children and a drive away to lots of places such as the Eden Project and Gweek Seal Sanctuary. The house is very spacious with an extremely well equipped large kitchen with a lovely AGA to cook on. It has attractive decor but feels comfortable to live in. There is a very large garden with a full sized table tennis table in the barn. The huge welcome hamper was a lovely treat to have when we arrived. We would love to return to this haven when restrictions are lifted, highly recommended."

2020-10-10 A Robson, Worcs

"Very comfy house with great facilities. Great for the Roseland Coast and beyond."

2020-09-19 A Bourne, England

"A beautiful, comfortable house in a stunning, secluded location. We loved the wonderful welcome ‘hamper’ on arrival and wish we were still there."

2020-08-15 I Munford, Leatherhead

"What a fantastic house set in an amazing landscape. So much space for us all to enjoy and close to the uncrowded Carne Beach."

2020-08-08 S Fraser, England

“Good house, well suited to a larger group. Could use some larger pans to feed the number of people it can accommodate. Lovely peaceful location.”

2019-05-24 C Walker, England

"Beautiful house, gardens and views. Would definitely recommend a food delivery. For those of you with dogs it's worth knowing that the gardens aren't enclosed, and there were sheep and lambs in the easily accessible field next door."

2019-04-23 P Thompson, Hampshire

"Beautiful accommodation in a wonderfully tranquil and picturesque location."

2019-04-01 D Curry, Llandudno (Trustpilot)

"So peaceful and a handy base to nearby attractions and beaches. The views across the countryside were stunning. The accommodation was high quality, fantastic and spacious (plenty of room even with 9 of us) and the welcome hamper contained a good variety. Can highly recommend."

2019-02-10 Louise O'S, UK

"Our stay here was amazing! A group of friends and I stayed here for the weekend and played games, drank, ate food and visited lovely scenic places around the area! The host left a great big full hamper for our arrival which was such a lovely thoughtful touch! We recommend ordering a delivery from Tesco as it makes it so much easier for food shopping! Thank you Charles and the housekeeper Jeanette for making our stay great!"

2018-11-26 H Buckingham, Bristol

"A beautiful house set in idyllic surroundings, felt like home. The beds were extremely comfortable, the welcome/Birthday hamper was a special touch, loved the table tennis and beautiful surroundings. House was perfectly clean and nice and warm. Had everything you needed and it is close to lots of lovely villages."

2018-11-25 Holly Buckingham, Bristol

"We had an amazing time at Trencreek. Just want to say thank you for the card, chocolates, flowers and the hamper. My Mum really appreciated it and it was a lovely touch. Thank you again we had a really special time. Many thanks."

2018-05-25 'Cornwall 6', Hampshire

"Perfect location for 'C6'. Beautiful house, so spacious and quiet. Fab BBQ in the garden, enjoyed by all, especially Daisy the dog. We will return."

2018-04-19 Mark Perry, Israel

"Absolutely fabulous. 10 out of 10 SPARKS"

2018-04-12 Shrimpton Family, Gloucs

"We had an amazing week and so much fun finding all the different places in the house. The area surrounding the house is beautiful, and lovely to drive around."

2018-04-02 Dawes Family, Cardiff, Caerphilly & Bristol

"Really enjoyed ourselves in this superb property. Great family Easter time. Many thanks for the hamper."

2018-03-28 Rossi Family, Plymouth

"Beautiful place with a fantastic homely feel. A great family escape. Plenty to do and great to come back to and relax."

2017-12-19 Gamborg Family (wedding), London, Wilts, Oxon

"Wow, what a beautiful place - a home from home. So well looked after. Please can we come back."

2017-11-12 The E Family (7 people), Spain

"A great house, lovely decorated, with plenty of details. Definitely a place to come back and recommend. Great hosts! Thank you!!"

2017-10-21 The Whitafs, London

"What a beautiful peaceful spot and a lovely house, beautifully presented and obviously well-loved. Many thanks from us."

2017-10-02 Backwell Walkers, Bristol

"Perfect house for our group to enjoy the next leg of our SW Coastal Path walk. We loved the great spaces."

2017-09-25 Donald/Pilling Families, Hants/Berks

"Had a lovely stay - great house, lovely location. Comfortable, cosy kitchen. Enjoyed the hamper. We all had a great time."

2017-08-26 Gibbs Family, Milton Keynes

"Such a lovely house and garden. We loved staying here, weather was good too!! Many thanks."

2017-08-05 Cox Family, Worcestershire

"Really enjoyed the farmhouse. Lovely size for all of us and all the facilities we needed. Appreciated the hamper and guide book advice re places to visit and eat. Super holiday. Many thanks!!"

2017-07-28 Mike Hish & Family, Dorest

"Our large family have really enjoyed this house - grat kitchen for breakfasts and suppers, and all, bar one, played table tennis too."

2017-07-22 Ibbett Family, UK

"Thanks for the food recommendation. "Kings Head" was really good and we enjoyed our meal there. We really enjoyed our stay - house and hamper perfect. Thank you so much."

2017-07-08 Pemberton Family, Suffolk

"We love the house. Very good facilities all made a very comfortable week. The weather has been perfect for the beach. Hope to return before too long."

2017-06-01 Tavares Family, London

"Many thanks for all the effort to make the house as comfortable and well appointed as home. A glorious spot!"

2017-05-15 Edgars & Harrises, Malverns & Cheltenham

"Just fabulous. Wonderful location, beautifully appointed. Felt instantly at home!"

2017-04-15 Woods, Morrisons & Journers, Staffordshire

"Faultless house, fantastic area to explore. Many, many thanks!"

2017-04-15 Robins Family, London

"Very cosy house, pretty flowers outside, nice garden (Robins junior); Very, very good house, lovely swing. I especially liked 'Cornwall Monopoly', and we went on lots of lovely 8 mile walks - thank you (Robins junior); Thanks, brilliant stay (Robins senior)."

2017-04-08 Woodrow Family, Surrey

"Fantastic week, blissful location, and a beautiful house to match! Thank you!"

Few places can compare with the Roseland Peninsula, one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles. Here you will find a varied landscape of golden sand beaches, rolling green countryside and picturesque villages. Close by are the ever popular destinations of Mevagissey, Portloe, Gorran Haven, Portscatho and the yachting mecca that is St Mawes. For the foodies there are many wonderful coastal restaurants with sea views, and an abundance of ancient pubs offering traditional food. Shopaholics can take a short trip to the cathedral city of Truro for some wonderful independent shops and art galleries, or just wander its cobbled streets. Attractions in the area include Caerhays Castle, Trellisick Gardens, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Charlestown Ship Wreck Centre and the Eden Project.


Tregony (3 miles), often referred to as the 'gateway to the Roseland', is an ancient village with a well stocked shop, post office, art gallery and pub, The Kings Arms, serving good food and local ales.

Veryan (3 miles) is a charming small village with a 13th century church, a convenience store, post office and a 16th century pub, The New Inn.

Food & Drink

Click here for dog friendly pubs and eateries nearby where you and your pooch will receive a warm welcome! The nearest to Trencreek Farmhouse are:

The King’s Arms, Tregony (3 miles) is a beautiful old coaching Inn with a local reputation for good food and well kept beers. Dog friendly.

The New Inn, Veryan (3 miles) offers excellent food and award winning beer. Doggie treats and water always available.

The Ship Inn, Porloe (3.4 miles) is a dog friendly old Cornish pub by the waterside.

Melinsey Mill near Veryan (4 miles) offer teas, cakes and cream teas all day.


Enjoy a good old fashioned day at the seaside with buckets and spades and ice creams. The Cornish Riviera plays host to a wealth of sandy family-friendly beaches including Caerhays, Pendower and Porthcurnick, good for rock pooling and swimming. The closest beaches to Trencreek Farmhouse are:

(DF = Dogs allowed all year, C = Café/Restaurant, WC = Toilets, P = Parking)

Portholland Beach (DF, C, WC, P) (3 miles).

Porthluney Cove Beach (DF, C, WC, P) (4.5 miles), part of the Caerhays Estate. There is a small shop and seasonal café.

Carne Beach (DF, C, WC, P) (National Trust), near Veryan (4.5 miles). The restaurant at the Nare Hotel overlooking the beach is open to non-residents. The main beach is Pendower Beach which joins at low tide.

Pendower Beach (DF, WC, C, P) (National Trust), near Veryan (5 miles). The beach joins with Carne Beach at low tide. Dogs on leads May - September.

Hemmick Beach (DF) (6.5 miles). The car park is situated about 1/4 mile up a steep lane.

Porthcurnick Beach (DF, P) (National Trust) (7 miles). Access via a short walk from the car park.

Portscatho Beach (7.2 miles). Seasonal dog ban Easter Day – 1 October. Parking and amenities in the village.

Gorran Haven (DF, C, WC, P) (8 miles). There is a beach shop, pub and the beach is dog friendly. However dogs must be kept on leads.

Portmellon Beach (8 miles) is within walking distance to Mevagissey. Dogs are banned from the beach during July, August & September. Parking and facilities can be found in Mevagissey.

Towan Beach (DF, WC, P) (9 miles) is located near St Mawes. Refreshments are provided Easter to October each year. There is a small car park at Porth Farm, from where the beach is easily accessed via a path.


Trencreek Farmhouse is situated just off Route 3 of the Cornish Way – part of the National Cycle Network. There are six individual trails that make up the Cornish Way and the farmhouse is near to 'The Coast and Clay Trail' which you can download here. The route provides a contrast of landscapes - rolling farmland, wooded creeks, sheltered coves, colourful fishing villages, historic towns and views of the unique lunar landscape of the china clay industry.

Bicycles are available for hire locally through Pentewan Valley Cycle hire who will deliver them to the cottage.


Wander around any number of the well renowned, beautiful homes and charming gardens in the area. Dogs on leads are welcome unless otherwise specified:

Poppy Cottage Garden, Veryan (3.5 miles).

Caerhays Castle & Gardens, Caerhays Estate, Gorran (4.5 miles). The gardens and castle are open from mid-February to mid-June.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan (6 miles) - once a tangle of weeds and now among the finest gardens in Cornwall.

Trewithen Gardens, Grampound Road, Truro (6.5 miles).

Trelissick Gardens (National Trust), Feock, near Truro (9 miles).

Lamorran Gardens, St Mawes (10.5 miles). Sorry, no dogs allowed.

St Mawes Castle (English Heritage), St Mawes (11 miles).

Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens, Holmbush, Saint Austell (12.5 miles).

The Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell (14.5 miles) is half an hour's drive away. Discover the Med, rainforests, contemporary gardens, stunning plants, ice rink and England’s longest zip wire.

Trerice Manor House and Garden (National Trust), Feock (17 miles). Dogs welcome in car park only.

The Hidden Valley Gardens in Par (17.5 miles).

Lanhydrock House and Garden (National Trust), near Bodmin (21.5 miles).

Bosvathick House, Falmouth (23 miles).

Trebah Garden, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth (24 miles).

Pencarrow House & Garden, Bodmin, (24 miles).

Glendurgan Garden, The National Trust, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth (24 miles). Dogs welcome in car-park, footpaths and tea-house but not in the garden itself.

Prideaux Place, Padstow, (26 miles).

St Michaels Mount, Marazion, (38 miles). Dogs are welcome onto the island around the harbour and village areas, as long as they are kept on a lead and not left alone. However, they are not allowed into the castle, garden or grounds (including the castle paths).


MEVAGISSEY (8 miles). Mevagissey's picturesque harbour and narrow streets are well worth a visit. Fishing trips can be taken from the harbour and there is a ferry to the nearby port of Fowey. Or head down to the World of Model Railways. Mevagissey Feast Week is the village festival in June, thought to be the longest surviving in the County, and welcomes hundreds of visitors to share in its unique celebrations.

ST AUSTELL (11 miles). Attractions include the St Austell Brewery's Visitor Centre.

TRURO (11 miles). Cornwall’s one and only city, with Truro Cathedral taking centre stage. Other attractions include the Royal Cornwall Museum and Hall for Cornwall Theatre.

ST MAWES (11 miles) is a charming fishing port with delicious seafood restaurants, attractive shops and a number of galleries. Attractions include St Mawes Castle (English Heritage), Lamorran House Gardens, Fish & Trips boat trips and the St Mawes ferry link to Falmouth. A haven for paddleboarders, kayakers and sailors with three small beaches.

CHARLESTOWN (12 miles) is home to the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre. Charlestown is also one of the 'Poldark' filming locations.

FOWEY (19 miles). The estuary town of Fowey is closely linked with Daphne du Maurier who lived and wrote here. An exhibition at The Literary Centre outlines the author’s life and works. The 15th-century church of St Fimbarrus stands as the focal point in the town and fine views of the estuary can be savoured from the nearby ruins of St Catherine’s Castle. From the esplanade there are several scenic walks around the coast as well as to the small beach of Readymoney Cove. Fowey annually hosts a Regatta in the third week of August as well as The Fowey Festival of Words and Music in May.

NEWQUAY (19.5 miles) is the home of the UK’s surf scene, boasting three major beaches, the National Surf Centre and an endless supply of rolling surf. The town with its zoo and National Marine Aquarium, offers a range of shops, pubs, cafes, bars, restaurants.

FALMOUTH (22 miles or ferry from St Mawes). Attractions include Pendennis Castle (English Heritage), the multi award winning National Maritime Museum Cornwall and the award winning Falmouth Art Gallery (free entry). Ferries criss-cross the water connecting Falmouth with the charming harbour town of St Mawes and the city of Truro.

PADSTOW (26 miles) is a quaint harbour and fishing village with winding backstreets, situated at the head of the Camel Cycle Trail. The historic harbour is surrounded by sandy beaches and offers opportunities to taste the locally sourced produce in celebrity owned establishments.

ST IVES (38 miles) has a thriving art scene – the cobbled streets are filled with quirky shops, galleries and lots of fabulous restaurants. Attractions include the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden and Tate St Ives.


Wheal Martyn Museum & Country Park (12 miles)

King Edward Mine Museum, Troon, Camborne (14 miles).

Cornwall Gold - Tolgus Tin Mill, New Portreath Road, Redruth (22 miles).

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool (25 miles).

Poldark Tin Mine & Gardens, Wendron, Helston (27 miles).


Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and Country Park, Carthew, Saint Austell (12 miles).

Dairyland Farm World (15 miles) is an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages (open end of March until the end of October).

Screech Owl Sanctuary, Trewin Farm, St. Columb (15.5 miles).

Newquay Zoo (19 miles) is an award winning attraction where you can experience the world's wildlife and have a great family day out.

Restormel Castle, English Heritage, Lostwithiel (20 miles).

Bodmin & Wenford Railway, General Station, Bodmin (23 miles).

Flambards, Culdrose Manor, Helston (28 miles). A large selection of rides and indoor attractions and exhibitions to suit everyone.

National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Falmouth (22 miles). Features a collection of approximately 140 small craft from Great Britain and overseas, and spans the past 150 years.

Camel Creek Adventure Park, Wadebridge (22 miles).



Ice Skating at The Eden Project. St Austell (14.5 miles).


Ice Skating at The Eden Project. St Austell (14.5 miles).


St Piran's Day - throughout Cornwall.
The St Ives Feast - Hurling the Silver Ball, St Ives (38 miles).
Falmouth Spring Festival, Falmouth (22 miles).
World Pasty Championships, The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
The Truro Festival, Truro (11 miles) (March/April).
Cornwall Spring Flower Show, Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel (21 miles).
Cadbury Easter Trail, Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (21.5 miles). Easter events at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Easter at The Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles).
Easter Family Fun, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (23 miles).


Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival. Venues across Cornwall, including International Gala concerts in Truro cathedral and the Hall for Cornwall (11 miles).
Falmouth Spring Festival, Falmouth (22 miles).
The Truro Festival, Truro (11 miles).
Trevithick Day. Camborne (26 miles).
Cadbury Easter Trail, Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (21.5 miles). Easter events at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Easter at The Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles).
Cornwall Home and Lifestyle Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge (24 miles). Easter Family Fun, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (23 miles).


St Ives May Day, St Ives (38 miles).
Helston Flora Day, Helston (28 miles).
St Ives Literature Festival, St Ives (38 miles).
Fal River Festival, Variety of venues around the Fal River, Falmouth, Truro, Roseland.
Fowey Festival of Words and Music, Fowey (19 miles).
Lostfest, Lostwithiel (18.5 miles).
Half term fun, The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Heligan Wild Week, Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles).


Half term fun, The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Heligan Wild Week, Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles).
Fal River Festival, Variety of venues around the Fal River, Falmouth, Truro, Roseland.
St Austell Feast Week, St Austell (11 miles).
Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival, Falmouth (22 miles).
Mevagissey Feast Week, Mevagissey (8 miles).
Murdoch Day, Redruth (21.5 miles).
Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge (24 miles).


Truro Carnival, Truro (11 miles).
Boconnoc Steam Fair, Boconnoc Estate, Middle Taphouse, Lostwithiel (18.5 miles).
Charlestown Regatta Week, Charlestown (12 miles).
Rock Oyster Festival, Dinham House, St Minver, Wadebridge (29 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).


St Mawes Town Regatta, St Mawes (11 miles).
Falmouth Week, Falmouth (22 miles).
Fowey Regatta and Carnival Week, Fowey (19 miles).
Portscatho Regatta, Portscatho (7.5 miles).
Tregony annual Heavy Horse Show and Country Fayre (3 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Cornwall Folk Festival, Wadebridge (25.5 miles).


St Ives September Festival, St Ives (38 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Great Cornish Food Festival (Cornwall Food & Drink), Truro (11 miles).
Redruth Mining and Pasty Festival (21 miles).


Falmouth Oyster Festival, Falmouth (22 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).


St Austell Torchlight Carnival, St Austell (11 miles).
Truro City of Lights midwinter lantern festival, Truro (11 miles).
Tregony Christmas Lights (3.5 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Festival of Light and Sound at the Eden Project, (selected evenings), St Austell (14.5 miles).
Father Christmas at the Eden Project, (selected dates), St Austell (14.5 miles).
St Austell Torchlight Carnival, St Austell (11 miles).
Pencarrow Christmas Fair, Pencarrow House & Gardens (24 miles).
St Austell Brewery’s Celtic Beer Festival, St Austell (11 miles). Hosted in the unique surroundings of the old wine cellars and vaults beneath the Victorian brewery. Sample a selection of more than 150 beers and enjoy music and live bands.


Tregony Christmas Lights (3.5 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (14.5 miles).
Festival of Light and Sound at the Eden Project, (selected evenings), St Austell (14.5 miles).
Father Christmas at the Eden Project, (selected dates), St Austell (14.5 miles).
Santa by Steam, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (23 miles). Selected Dates in December. Enjoy a steam train ride and see Santa on board on your journey. Presents from Santa for children and mince pies and seasonal refreshments for adults.
Fowey Christmas Market, Fowey (19 miles).
Christmas Lantern Night at the Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles). 5.30-9pm – Free entry.
Heligan Christmas Fair, Lost Gardens of Heligan (6 miles).
Father Christmas visits the Lost Gardens of Heligan and magical festive Trail (6 miles).
Father Christmas at Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (21.5 miles).

Things you need to know about Trencreek Farmhouse if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • Whilst we are very happy for you bring your well behaved dogs, please not that the garden is very large and not entirely secure
  • * Up to two well-behaved dogs welcome (one pet is £25/stay, two pets is £35/stay) - to be kept to the kitchen and utility areas please
  • Minimum 7 night stay during Summer High season. Minimum 2 night stay during all other periods
  • Please supervise children when playing in the barn
  • * Covid-19 measures for this property:
    In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
    Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
    Contact-free check in and check out.
    Complete privacy and exclusive use of the cottage during your holiday.
    Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.
    Naturally isolated.

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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