Want the best of both worlds, then look no further than Trefreock Barn. The beautiful rural setting, shared only with a handful of near neighbours, will ensure you totally unwind and relax, yet you are only minutes from all the delights on offer on Cornwall’s stunning north coast – what more could you want? Using the original stone, hand-made bricks and Cornish elm beams, Trefreock Barn has been sensitively restored to a very high standard. The glazed floor to ceiling windows fill the sitting-room with sunshine, and in the evenings you can cosy up to the wood-burner. Wooden floors and oak stairs retain the rural charm and the farmhouse kitchen, complete with Aga, will be the focal point of your holiday, where plans are made and meals will be convivially enjoyed.
The bedrooms are on two separate sides of the cottage so privacy is assured. The master bedroom is above the kitchen/dining-room and boasts views out across open countryside towards the sea, and the three further bedrooms are accessed up a short flight of stairs from the kitchen/dining-room through the sitting-room. Forget your troubles, pack a picnic and plan those days out to Port Isaac, Polzeath, Padstow and the world renowned Eden Project. Within easy reach by car are several stunning country houses, Prideaux Place, Pencarrow House and the unmissable National Trust property at Lanhydrock. If the surf beaches of the north coast do not offer enough activity, The Point is only a few miles away where you can use the gym, swimming pool and tennis courts or just relax in the jacuzzi or sauna. For those who enjoy walking, the nearby coastal footpath winds along stunning headlands and through breathtaking coves which are carpeted with bluebells and primroses in the spring and if you are foodie connoisseurs, you are spoilt for choice as you are in foodie heaven with an abundance of terrific places to eat and drink and more celebrity chefs than you can wave a stick at. Also, don’t forget the Camel Trail, which runs by the side of the river from Wenford Bridge through to the estuary, a particular treat for bird watchers and a must for walkers or cyclists. This really is the perfect holiday location.
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, oil-fired Aga, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Steps to Sitting-room with TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with twin beds
Shower-room with shower, WC, and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with bunk-beds
Bedroom 3 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds
Bedroom 4 with double bed (6') and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
One of the double bedrooms is divided from the other 3 bedrooms by the kitchen, lounge and separate staircase. This may pose problems for those with young children who need adult supervision.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture
- 2 electric thermostatic radiators and partial under-floor heating
- Oil for Aga
The garden at Trefreock is very private and a real sun-trap.
The sitting-room is charming with oak flooring and large comfy sofas.
The kitchen/dining-room really is the heart of the home.
The double aspect master bedroom is very spacious and beautifully furnished.
The view and location are quite stunning.
Cornish cream tea anyone?
The kitchen is lovely and the Aga provides a wonderful warm backdrop.
The main staircase leads off from the kitchen/diner.
There are wooden stairs leading from the kitchen to the sitting-room.
The sitting-room has wonderful high ceilings and plenty of room for all.
The wall of windows makes the room so bright and sunny, it's a great room for relaxing in.
The toasty wood-burner makes this an ideal retreat for those winter breaks.
The wooden staircase leads to the master bedroom and bathroom.
The bathroom is bright and fresh.
The master bedroom enjoys views over the open countryside out to sea.
..... an ideal spot to take in the view.
Bedroom 4 has a 'zip and link' bed so can be either twin beds or a double.
You'll enjoy waking up to this view ......
There are lovely touches throughout.
The twin bedded room has lovely crisp white linen and gentle reminders that you are so close to the sea.
You will probably find some of your own treasures at the seaside.
The bunk-room is delightful (please note the window has opaque glass as it overlooks a part of the neighbour's garden - which is rarely used).
The shower-room is bright and inviting.
Trefreock basks in sunshine.
Even the entrance to the garden is charming.
The coastal walks are stunning from Trefreock.
Port Isaac is picture perfect
The Atlantic meets the shores of Cornwall!
The Point is at Polzeath where you can go and enjoy a swim, tennnis or golf.