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Ariel view of farmhouse and Tregenza

Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 10 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Located in the parish of St Neot (winner of Village of the Decade) on the edge of Bodmin Moor next to Golitha Falls Nature Reserve, Tregenza is surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside.

We are surrounded by rolling fields and hidden valleys, the panoramic views of Minions, Looe and as far as St Austell are quite simply breathtaking, especially from the two large balconies!

Attached to South Draynes Farm (which is no longer a working farm) Tregenza offers luxurious 2 bed (plus sofa bed), 2 bathroom accommodation with garden, large all year round HOT TUB, Free WiFi, DVD, PS2 and much more for up to 4/6 people plus cot.

Within easy reach of both coastlines with their sandy beaches, and close to many of Cornwall and Devon's main attractions such as The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Jamaica Inn and Dozmary Pool.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Looe 10 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 7 km
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Liskeard 7 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Tregenza has been stylishly furnished and decorated to an exceptionally high standard.

We are set back from the quiet lane that meandered up from Golitha Falls, and have several acres of grounds, so there's space for football, badminton or even flying a kite!

It has many features; upon entering via the french doors you come into a large double aspect open plan living area. Recessed to one side is the modern extensively equipped oak fitted kitchen ( microwave, fridge, cooker, food processor, in fact everything we could think of that you would normally find in your own kitchen!)

There is solid light oak furniture in the dining area and two comfortable sofas (one being a sofa bed) laden with cushions, flowers, soft lighting, books, games, maps, guides and original art work on the walls.

There is also a comprehensive selection of DVD's and Videos and if you get tired of them, let us know and we will change them!

Through a door there is a lobby with a door to the utility room (with freezer and washer/dryer, ironing board etc) and stairs up to the two double bedrooms and bathrooms.

Both bedrooms are spacious and double aspect with pocket sprung mattresses and patios doors to large decked balconies. The main bedroom is an exceptionally sunny room with a large south west facing balcony, and a good sized fully tiled en suite shower room.

There is also a large fully tiled family bathroom (with shower over the bath). Both have shaver points. There are spectacular views from the balconies towards sea at Looe, St Austell, The Cheesewring ,and Dartmoor.

Tregenza has its own small garden, with garden furniture and barbeque, full central heating and double glazing. It is directly nest to our field, where you can kick a football around.

All electricity and fuel is included in the price.

A large HOT TUB ( seats 6/7) set in its own separate decked and fenced area just off the garden for all year round exclusive use.

There is a widescreen television with Freeview, DVD player, video player, CD/radio/cassette player, PS2 & games, microwave, food processor, wireless WIFI Broadband Internet access, and all the things you would expect to make your holiday comfortable

Ground floor : Open plan Lounge/kitchen/diner, with french doors to cobbled patio and lawned garden, access to HOT TUB, field and car park, small utility room, lobby with stairs to :

First Floor : 1 double bedroom with en suite shower room and balcony, 1 twin bedroom with balcony, separate family bathroom.

If you wish to bring bikes , please do as we can store them in our garages.

We have a travel cot, high chair and a z bed should you need it.

Further details

Changeover day is Sat

The West Country region

We are only about eight miles from the sea at Looe and close to The Eden Project. This part of Cornwall is ideal for walkers with over 400km of public footpaths.

Colliford Lake Park is about a 5 minute drive from here and Liskeard town centre is between 5 and 10 minutes away, with its banks, supermarkets, shops, pubs and cafes.

We are extremely well located, off the beaten track yet within easy reach of the A30, A38, the sea and many of Cornwall's and also Devon's numerous attractions.


St Neot was in fact the winner of the prestigious award 'Village of the year in England and Wales 2004' and in September 2006 we won Village of the Decade !

Also in the parish are Jamaica Inn and Dozmary pool, (where legend tells you is the last resting place for King Arthur's sword Excalibur ). At St Neot there is a lovely old beamed pub - 'The London Inn', a tea room, post office and pottery. St Neot church is famous all over the world for its 15th and 16th century stained glass windows.

One of the very few that managed to keep its windows during the reformation. High up in the tower you will see an oak branch tied to it. This is renewed every Oak Apple Day (May 29) in a ceremony started by royalists to give thanks for the tree which hid Charles 11 after the Battle of Worcester. See the St Neot website for more details of the area.

Only a field away is Golitha Falls Nature Reserve, originally part of this farm, and now owned by English Nature and is free for the general public to enjoy. It is a beautiful place for a quiet walk along side the River Fowey, and is particularly stunning during the spring with all the bluebells growing under the trees in the ancient wood.

Step out from Tregenza and down our drive, turn left and then right and you will come onto Draynes common moor, in fact there are many walks from here and public footpaths.

The views from South Draynes Farm are breathtaking; meadows, rolling fields, woods, valleys, Siblyback reservoir , the Cheesewring and even the coast at Looe.

In the spring and early summer primroses, bluebells, foxgloves, pink campions carpet the side of the roads in this beautiful area. Buzzards hover above and swallows come here to nest. In autumn you can see hundreds of Canadian geese migrating south for the winter. At night the sky is so clear you feel like you are walking amongst the stars.

We are also close to Minions (which has pne pub, a psot office/stores and a tea room) and St. Cleer which has 2 pubs, a post office and a large farm shop.

We are also only a stones throw (about a mile as the crow flies) from Siblyback reservoir with its water sports centre (wind surfing, canoeing, sailing are all catered for with tuition available and rowing boats for hire).

For all golfing enthusiasts St Mellion Golf Course and Lostwithiel Golf Courses are both about a 20 minutes drive away.

Carnglaze Caverns is just on the outskirts of St Neot and is truly an amazing place . There is a large underground lake and the Rum Store also hold many interesting concerts throughout the year.

Sterts Theatre at Upton Cross is about 10- minutes away and has a comprehensive events programme as well as workshops, a bistro and gallery.

King Doniert's (reportedly the last King of Cornwall) stone is also only a few minutes away at Redgate, St Cleer.

Landhydrock set in about 900 acres, originally built in the 17th century(but following a huge fire rebuilt in Victorian times) and Cotehele, built in the 15th century, are both within very easy reach and definitely worth a visit

If you are interested in fishing try The Temple Trout Fishery.

There is an acclaimed riding school Sunrising Riding Centre at Henwood which is less than 15 mins away

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Calendar last updated:30 Sep 2014

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