Staying with us
Trengove Farm is in the fortunate position of being in peaceful countryside, yet only a little over a mile from the spectacular coastal scenery and sandy beaches of the North Coast. Don’t fancy heading North? The South Coast of the County is also within easy reach, with places such as Falmouth just 12 miles away.
How about those world-famous places you’ve heard so much about? St Michael’s Mount, St. Ives, the National Maritime Museum and the Eden Project are all great days out and are generally within a half an hour car journey, depending on the time of the year.
The proof is of course in the pudding, and many of our guests comment on the convenience of staying at Trengove and return again and again.
Boasting a spectacular and rugged coastline, this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a must see! With several walks in this area to choose from, you can wander the coastline, breathing in the fresh Cornish air and soaking up the magnificent views. If you head towards Godrevy, you’re also very likely to see plenty of seals who like to relax on the coves peppered along the coastline that people cannot access.
An enchanting woodland that is the largest in West Cornwall, Tehidy is a firm favourite with walkers, creatives, dog owners and families alike. The woods stretch out over 250 acres and there are 9 miles of lakes and woods just waiting to be explored! The car parks for Tehidy are free and can be found at North Cliffs, East Drive and South Drive. There is also a café serving up refreshing drinks and light bites and toilets located at South Drive.
Described as a haven of tranquillity, this estate has been owned by members of the Enys family since the 13th century. Steeped in history, the gardens are even mentioned in ancient texts! The gardens are now split into linked but distinct areas which guests are free to roam and enjoy at their own pace. During the year they host events, such as their popular Bluebell Festival at the start of May where the woodland in Parc Lye becomes carpeted with beautiful English bluebells! There is also a café onsite where you can refuel with a hot drink and a generous slice of cake.
One of the most popular destinations in Cornwall, and for good reason, St Ives is a pretty seaside town with plenty to offer. Weave through the quaint cobbled streets where you’ll find a plethora of unique local shops, restaurants, bakeries, galleries and more! You will also find several golden beaches with sparkling turquoise waters, fabulous for kicking back and sunbathing with a good book. If relaxing with a book isn’t your cup of tea and you’re after a more energetic time, check out Porthmeor Beach which is popular with surfers and is home to an award-winning surf school!
For days out
A little further
If you don’t mind a slightly longer drive, there are so many incredible attractions just waiting to be discovered! From the popular Eden Project to the family favourite Newquay Zoo, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Head to the sea
If there is one thing Cornwall is famous for, it’s gorgeous beaches – and we’re located within 10 miles of some of the very best! Whether you’re planning a summer seaside trip or a winter romp, you’ll be spoilt for choice.