This most elegant of Georgian homes is nestled within glorious countryside yet right on the doorstep of the stunning north Cornish coast. It's an exquisite hideaway for family getaways or a friends' escape whatever the season, and your four-legged friends are most welcome too.
Tucked away down a private farm track, immerse yourself in the tranquility that surrounds Trewollack House. The large garden has fabulous views over the countryside and surrounding Duchy farmland. Enjoy leisurely holiday breakfasts and summertime barbecues on the sheltered terrace and spend blissful balmy days soaking up the sunshine, lazing on the lawn indulging in an afternoon picnic.
Inside this is one stunning house. Impeccably styled and beautifully eclectic, the interiors are warm and inviting creating a sense of calm and restfulness to ensure that you have the most comfortable of stays.
Sink into the large comfy sofas in the sitting-room, cosied up in front of the open fire watching a holiday film or playing a board game together and next door the little snug, with its book-lined shelves, is the place to escape for some quiet time on leisurely afternoons getting stuck into a holiday read.
The kitchen/dining-room will become the heart of the home with slate flooring, Belfast sink and range-style oven, it is the epitome of country living and the perfect space for sociable suppers all served up on the most impressive round dining-table.
When it's time for bed, the four bedrooms will continue to delight. All individually designed and beautifully decorated with the most comfy of beds, and the very best linen so it shouldn't take you long to slip off into the land of slumber.
For larger groups you can also rent Harris Cottage (5411) right next door, perfect for those who want to join the party but also have some private time and space.
Trewollack's location is simply delightful set a gentle stroll from Nansledan, the Duchy of Cornwall's own pioneering sustainable community, which has a small selection of shops and places to eat. There is so much to do in this part of north Cornwall, the area is bursting with a wonderful choice of days out and places to visit.
In complete contrast to your idyllic countryside setting, the vibrant surfing town of Newquay is only a mile away, offering up a wonderful choice of shops, places to eat and drink, stacks of visitor attractions and wonderful beaches with Atlantic Rollers to thrill. Trenance Gardens and Leisure Park, is home to Newquay Zoo where you can enjoy close encounters with big cats, penguins and creepy crawlies. This beautiful green space is also a lovely place for evening strolls, family picnics, boat rides and refreshments at the lakeside cafe.
The coastline is littered with great beaches that will suit every member of the family and adrenalin junkies will get their fix at Watergate Bay's Extreme Academy, learning to kitesurf, bodyboard, wave ski or traction kite.
If all this sounds too much like hard work, grab a bite to eat at the Beach Cafe and sit back and relax and let the others show you how it is done.
You'll find the National Trust's Trerice House within easy reach, a beautiful Elizabethan manor with a gift shop, second hand book shop and a cafe. The gardens are a lovely spot to spend sunny afternoons too and for foodie connoisseurs you are in foodie heaven so head over to Padstow, Rock and Port Isaac where you will find more celebrity chefs that you can shake a stick at.
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
2 steps down to Kitchen/Dining-room with electric range cooker, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and open fire
Sitting-room 1 with Smart TV, DVD player and open fire
Sitting-room 2 with Smart TV and DVD player
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5') with en suite Bathroom 1 with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom 2 with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are sloping ceilings in bedrooms 1 and 4.
- Dogs welcome
- 2 travel cots, 2 high chairs and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full electric CH
- Fuel for open fires
Welcome to Trewollack House.
The large kitchen/dining-room really is the heart of the home.
The elegant sitting-room.
The bedrooms are quite beautiful.
A wonderful spot to sit out and enjoy meals al fresco style.
Create treasured holiday memories with family and friends at Trewollack House.
Complete with Belfast sink and range-style cooker the kitchen is the epitome of country living.
Gather around the kitchen island as meals are being prepared.
Enjoy leisurely holiday meals gathered around the dining-table.
There are lovely touches throughout.
The lovely sitting-room is a dream to relax in.
The open fire is a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks.
The snug is the perfect place for those who want some quiet time away from the rest of the group.
Relax with a good book and some holiday treats.
A wonderful welcome awaits.
Let's take a peak inside bedroom two.
Bedroom two is a wonderful room, beautifully presented to show case the original features.
Treat yourself to breakfast in bed - why not, you are on holiday after all!
Bedroom two has an en suite bathroom complete with overhead shower.
The wallpaper in bedroom 3 is delightful.
Overlooking the front garden, bedroom three is another very beautiful room. Calm and relaxing to assure you a good night's sleep.
Holiday lie ins are a must at Trewollack House.
Bedroom three also has the luxury of an en suite.
The en suite shower-room.
All the bedrooms are individually styled.
The sloping ceiling adds to the character of bedroom one.
Twin beds await in the fourth bedroom.
Pretty bedspreads and plump cushions adorn the beds.
The family bathroom will treat you to leisurely holiday soaks but there's also an overhead shower to set you up for the day.
The back garden is the place for al fresco dining.
There's a little orchard at Trewollack House.
The gardens are as delightful as the house.
Poldark fans might recognise this view at Holywell Bay!
Newquay is a vibrant town with a great choice of beaches along with shopping, places to eat and drink, and stacks of visitor attractions.
Fistral beach at Newquay is a surfers paradise
Spend the day at Padstow, Cornwall's culinary capital.
Clifftop walks, surfing lessons and sand dunes await guests along the north Cornish coastline.
There is so much to do in this part of north Cornwall with the area literally bursting with a wonderful choice of destinations and days out.