Tregawne Cottages, are converted 18th-century farm buildings. Now beautufully converted stone cottages they sit sociably around a central courtyard, the hub of the place. Here you can sit and admire the wonderful valley views, pretty Withielís church and the river Ruthern where if you are lucky you may see the local otters.
Inside the cottages are very cosy with the 'country feel, they feature open fires, brass bedsteads, rugs on wooden floors, perhaps an old chest or a patchwork quilt. Modern touches such as internet connections have been taken care of too. If you like your privacy, then the two larger cottages (Clove and Mill) may be combined, although each have their own landscaped garden out at the back. Or gather a group of friends and take on the whole super place.
We have five cottages to let: Stable Cottage is the smallest sleeping just 2 guests, then Mill Cottage which sleeps 4 and has 2 double/twin bedrooms with baths. The three larger cottages, Quince, Sloe and Clove all sleep 6 guests and have varied sleeping arrangements. All the cottages have excellent kitchens and thereís a large communal dining room (for up to 20). We are also happy for you to bring your own well-behaved dogs.
Tucked away in the peaceful countryside, yet just a stoneís throw from Wadebridge, Padstow, Rock and Newquay. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tregawne offers a unique country hideaway within arms reach of many of Cornwall's treasures.
Three miles off the A30 halfway between Wadebridge and Bodmin, Tregawne is ideally situated to explore both north and south coasts of Cornwall.