From the minute you arrive at Treretherne Barn you will be mesmerised by the truly stunning panoramic views of the Camel Estuary and rolling countryside. Located at the end of an unmade track, the inspiring location offers peace and seclusion by the bucket full, yet is only a 15 minute stroll from the holiday hotspot of Padstow. Add to this an award-winning barn conversion, a stylish, and contemporary interior, and a fabulous garden and patio taking full advantage of the view, and holidays in Cornwall don't get much better than this! The cleverly designed interior takes full advantage of the space available and those wonderful views. The light and airy open plan living-room is the perfect communal area with a stylish kitchen, plenty of comfy seating, large windows and an inviting gas-fired wood-burner effect stove, perfect for those out-of-season breaks. A spiral staircase leads up to the first floor which has an almost ecclesiastical feel, thanks to the wood panelling and bespoke arched doors. The three bedrooms sit under the eaves (so please mind your head!) and are furnished with the coastal setting in mind. The double and twin rooms both have en suite facilities which are also shared with the third bedroom.
Outside there is oodles of space for socialising, games, sunbathing or simply sitting back relaxing and enjoying this very special place, watching sunsets over the estuary. If you really do want to get out and about you won't be disappointed. Take a stroll down the hill and you will find yourself in the heart of Padstow where gastronomic delights are in abundance. Throw in trendy shops and galleries, pubs and cafes galore and a whole host of festivals and celebrations throughout the year and you have a great holiday destination. Hop on the ferry across the estuary to fashionable Rock and try your hand at sailing, windsurfing or even a round of golf. Beach lovers are well catered for, as right on your doorstep you really can chose a 'different bay for every day' or why not hire some bikes and venture along the Camel Trail as it winds its way through Wadebridge and up to Bodmin Moor - you don't have to go the whole way as you can always stop off en route for a cream tea or to sample some award-winning wine!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and wood-burner effect gas stove. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with single bed (recommended for children only, limited headroom)
Bedroom 3 is recommended for children only as there's limited headroom.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 4 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
Treretherne Barn enjoys a wonderful setting.
The open plan living-room is light and airy and the large windows take full advantage of the views.
The three bedrooms adopt a nautical theme. All three sit under the eaves so please mind your head.
Treretherne Barn has a large garden for you to enjoy.
The views are simply quite stunning whether the tide is in or out.
The stylish modern kitchen is very well-equipped.
The kitchen and dining areas sit at one end of the open plan living-room.
You can perch at the breakfast-bar or eat at the dining-table.
The spiral staircase provides a divide between the kitchen/dining areas and the sitting-area.
Plenty of room for everyone to chill out and relax.
The gas wood-burner effect stove makes this a perfect retreat all year round.
Bedroom 1 has a comfy double bed.
The en suite bathroom for bedroom 1.
From the Velux windows you can enjoy the view.
Bedroom 2, the twin bedroom.
Bedroom 2 has an en suite shower-room.
There are lovely cushions throughout making the barn very homely.
Bedroom 3 - probably more suitable for a child.
There are lovely touches throughout.
Plenty of room on the terrace to enjoy meals in the open air.
...and whilst dining al fresco a chance to take in some more of that view.
In the upper garden area there's another place to sit...
..and of course enjoy the view.
The harbourside town of Padstow is only a 15 minute stroll down the hill.
Why not hire some bikes and take to the Camel Trail?
Fashionable Rock is a short ferry ride across the estuary.
This coastline has an abundance of great beaches to discover.
The scenery is quite stunning.