Nestled on the edge of Trewan Hall, The Stables is an exceptional holiday cottage.
The Stables has been converted to a very high standard.
The kitchen/dining area is simply fab!
Both bedrooms are beautifully furnished.
The majestic 17th Century manor of Trewan Hall  takes centre stage on the estate.
Although open plan, the kitchen/dining area sits separate to the sitting-area givng the best of both worlds.
You are sure to enjoy wonderful sociable gatherings in the ktichen/dining area.
The wrap around windows make this room incredibly light and of course give easy access to the garden.
The spacious sitting-area has ample room for everyone to spread out and relax.
Although with under-floor heating throughout, you cannot beat snuggling up in front of the wood-burner on chillier evenings - and the generous owners provide this amount of wood for your stay!
Sensitively restored, the Owners have retained some of the original features including the exposed beams and the 'crinkle crankle' wall.
Bedroom 1 with its king-size double bed has been decorated in beautiful soft, restful colours.
Bedroom 1 benefits from an en suite bathroom.
Bedroom 1 has a modern en suite with a bath and separate shower.
Bedroom 2, which overlooks the garden, can be made up as either a double bed or twin beds - just let us know.
The stylish en suite shower-room for Bedroom 2.
The enclosed garden is great for a barbecue with family and friends.
The gardens and grounds around the estate are simply stunning.
The large lawned area in front of the manor is yours to enjoy - have a picnic, lie out in the sun or enjoy some ball games.
Table-tennis - always a holiday favourite.
The swimming pool is open during the summer, please check with the Owners for the specific opening times.
There is a small but well stocked shop on site, opened during the camping season. Outside of these months, you can stock up with essential supplies in  the village of St Columb Major.
There may be a few more residents on site than we said!
The lane in front of The Stables leads off to one of the caravan and camping areas.
The north coast is littered with fabulous beaches, Mawgan Porth being one of the the best!
Pop over to the lovely town of Padstow - join a boat trip, amble around the harbour and shops, visit the historic Prideaux Place or grab a bite to eat from an abundance of great restaurants and pubs.
Watergate Bay, home of the Extreme Acad
emy and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, is only a short drive away.
You can have a great day out at the charming village of Port Isaac, of Doc Martin and The Fisherman's Friends fame!

The Stables

3837

4 miles E of Mawgan Porth / Sleeps 4 + cot*

7 Nights from £343 - £1038

Nearest pub

The Ring O Bells (¾ mile)

Centrally located, this pub offers real ale, open fires and a garden for the summer months. Food is traditional pub grub. There are three bars and the pub dates back to the 15th century.

Nearest beach

Mawgan Porth Beach (4 ¼ miles)

This sandy beach is popular with families and surfers. There is easy access, with parking, toilets, cafes and shops near by.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2012

We loved this beach more than Perranporth. Good surf for body boarding and all facilities available including helpful surf shop where you can hire all necessary equipment. Good for rock pooling too.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Thurlby June 2011

Just lovely

Mawgan Porth beach seems to stretch out into the sea for miles - but when the tide comes in, it comes in fast! We loved exploring the caves, paddling in the river that flows onto the beach, and just building endless sandcastles. There is a great fish & chip shop nearby, well-stocked convenience store with smoothie bar and fresh food to take-away, and a friendly pub with safe garden for children to play in.

Nearest walk

St Columb Major Walk (1 mile)

Only for serious walkers, this seventeen mile hike takes in Mawgan Porth, Watergate, Trevelgue, Trebarber and Trebuddon. You will need a map to plan the route as full details are not on the Web site and please ensure you have enough of day-light hours to complete the walk.

Nearest town

St Columb Major (¾ mile)

There's lots more to the Newquay area than Newquay itself - St Columb is testament to that, with easy access off the A30 for all things beach related, there are lots of heritage sites in the area; Nine Maidens, Castle an Dinas, Devil's Quoit and Rosenannon Downs, plus The Vale of Lanherne and valley of the River Menalhyl should all be on the itinerary.

Also nearby

The Eden Project (11 miles)

It hardly needs any introduction…This global garden with its iconic Biomes is home to millions of plants and flowers reflecting the diversity of our planet. Marvel at the largest greenhouse in the world, see internationally-acclaimed architecture and art inspired by nature, or go to a gig at the renowned Eden Sessions. Children can learn about humans' complex relationship with nature in The Core interactive education centre or go free-range and explore trails, hideaways and sandpits. A wide range of cafes and restaurants provide delicious, responsibly-resourced refuelling stops and the shop is crammed full of interesting gift and souvenir ideas. An organic project that just keeps on growing, a visit to The Eden Project is an awe-inspiring experience. You can also have a go on the new zip wire, reported to be the longest in England - go on, you know you want to!!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs May April 2016

Great for families

We've been several times and always had fun. You can get annual tickets when you gift aid your entry which is very worthwhile as it isn't cheap. Went twice over Easter week once going in as it opened and enjoying the biomes in the pouring rain! Core building also great for kids and not as busy as biomes. We went again later in the day another day and discovered that you can have an evening meal in the Mediterranean biome midweek from Easter to October which was a lovely treat and then they give you a lift back up the hill afterwards! Staying til it closes gives you a quieter time too!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Rowan August 2015

Amazing place, well worth a visit


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Owen August 2014

A fun day at Eden

Myself and my two children (aged 4 and 7) visited Eden Project during the school holidays. We had a great day out which was enjoyed by all. The Biomes were busy at times but there was plenty of little hideaway places outside to get away from the crowd and recharge the batteries. We took our own picnic so don't know about pricing / food of the onsite eateries but I can say that the ice creams were lovely and in my opinion great value at £2 each.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Veranneman November 2012

Simply great !

Last year we bought an annual ticket and could visit The Eden Project 3 times. Every time we went it was a great day out !


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Reade October 2012

Eden Project

Excellent all round.including zip wire!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2012

We went on a rainy day in the summer hols and understandably everyone else had the same idea so it was packed. It was nice to see the iconic biomes and interesting to look round but we thought it was very expensive for what it was - £60 for 4 of us plus we ate there so an extra £40 for that. We also seemed to spend a lot of time queuing for food, to look round the biomes, for the park and ride etc . We would go back but perhaps out of season to have chance to explore fully. We'd also look round for cheaper tickets!!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

August 2012

Have wanted to visit here for many years. It was quite interesting, the Biomes were amazing to look at from the outside. We bought tickets from the tourist information centre before we visited which they sell at discounted prices and also went after 3.30pm when entrance is less. The cakes in the cafe were all a bit stale, at nearly £40 for a piece of cake and a drink for 7 of us we thought they would be lovely and were not so good. Maybe it was a bad day for cake. Glad to have visited, would probably only go once.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

June 2012

good value with stores vouchers....

Visited for the first time 10 years ago, and of course in 10 years it HAS changed...more grown up, but we remarked to each other many times that it didn't feel as "magical" as the first time we wound our way down to the domes. The large 'flags' have gone that marked the way down the paths.....perhaps that was it? entrance was £23 each for adults & £9.50 each for kids....So to be honest we really wouldn't have visited had it not been for a certain store voucher scheme that meant we payed £5 each and the kids £2.50 each ...so we did treat ourselves to lunch..£5 for most mains with salad or new potatoes....YUMMY, filling & VERY good value, with free pitchers of water on the tables and help yourself mugs hang above - all very handy. Plenty to see and do although our kids sped around the place and ended up where they REALLY wanted to be..in the shop. A great day out though , as they slept like logs on the way home!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Marsh April 2012

What a wonderful way to spend a day. The weather was perfect for us, but that didn't matter as it would be okay on a poor day at Eden. It was early in the year when we visited but still plenty to see and do.
Had lunch there and it was very good value for money.
We will be back!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2011

Definitely lived up to expectations and has grown considerably in content since our last visit 9 years ago.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr McMahon July 2011

Its excellent, go and have a great day.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Morgan July 2011

Absolutely fabulous. The highspot of our holiday. So much to see and enjoy, will definitely return.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

June 2011

We felt that £20 per adult was a lot to pay, yes there was plenty to see; however, on a wet, cold, windy day walking the outside paths was not great.The two domes well worth seeing, but again not worth £40. We came away saying to each other that we felt the Eden Project to be a great Educational Centre for children, schools and colleges to visit, there were other gardens we visited in Cornwall we felt much better value.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

January 2011

Eden Sessions

There aren't may concert venues where there are no queues for the loo or the bar! A great venue with staff who actually smile - and if you don't like the band you can always wander around a biome (or two).


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Cornish February 2009

Amazing

The Eden Project really is somewhere very special. Leave loads of time to look around and I would recommend staying for the evening as this is when the place really comes alive. The lighting and scenery in the evening has to been seen to be believed, it’s so beautiful.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

February 2009


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Lucy December 2008

A great day out with loads to do for all ages. In winter, skating on the ice rink is great fun and the hot, tropical Biome is a great antedote for the winter blues. There's lots of delicious food to choose from in the cafes and restaurants too.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

September 2008

Fabulous day out

The biomes are amazing, and the educational centre is interesting too. Watch the film on the making of Eden. It's a good couple of hours long but worth it. With ice skating and gigs playing at this exciting venue too it makes a good day out for all the family.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Miss Denness August 2008

Eden Sessions and Biomes

My trip to The Eden Project was amazing. I visited in the summer to see a band and included in the ticket was access to the rest of the grounds; we went early and took a trip around the Biomes before the gig started. The sound quality from the open-air gig was fantastic, I would definitely recommend going if you get the chance (but remember tickets sell out fast!).


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

July 2008

Plants and gigs!

A visit to the Eden Project is a must. The biomes which house the plants from all over the world are amazing! And if you get chance to see a gig then it will be an experience you will not forget - tickets are often sold out!

Fifteen Cornwall (4 ½ miles)

Jamie Oliver has brought his formula to Cornwall. Fifteen youngsters are given a chance to cook for you and to forge a promising career. Enjoy their cooking and the extreme antics on the two mile beach at Watergate Bay.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Thurlby June 2011

A lovely treat

We visited Fifteen with our 3yr old and her 78yr old grandma, and both loved the food, setting and attentive but relaxed service. We all enjoyed the fantastic food, with a well-priced children's menu and are glad we booked weeks ahead!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

March 2010

Fantastic food in a beautiful location, did struggle to find it though!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr and Mrs Bond June 2009

Fantastic Food at Fifteen

We have had excellent food here whether it's lunch or dinner. Do not be put off by the 'taster menu only' for dinner - there is plenty of choice. We would go just for the Italian olives - they are a great start while studying the menu. The atmosphere is very informal and the views are fantastic. The staff are attentive, enthusiatic and clearly well-trained. We would go for the food experience alone.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Lucy April 2009

The open kitchen layout means you can watch your food being prepared, but it's more likely you'll find yourself staring at the stunning views of the coast stretching down towards Newquay. A great setting for some great food - the octopus salad was delicious, as was the chocolate nemesis.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Navey August 2008

Great for lunch as you have the wonderful view of the beach. Do need to book. Great walk on the cliffs before you eat!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2008

Yummy!

This is a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy with friends and/or family. Lovely lunches or posh nosh in the evening. This restaurant is one not to missed with great views over the beach and within easy reach of Newquay airport. If rice pudding is still on the menu you must try it. It's not the pud as we all know it ......

Bedruthan Steps Beach (4 ¾ miles)

This dramatic beach takes its name from the slate outcrops that litter it, said to have been put there by a giant, Bedruthan, and used as stepping stones. At low tide, the sand stretches for over a mile, but watch out for the tide coming in - there is potential for being cut off.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Smith June 2012

We were there in early season and there were very few people on the beach: it felt really wild and pristine. The best time to visit is shortly before low tide, when access to the various parts of the beach is easiest.
Beware: there are 150 (steep) steps going down, but at least double that number coming back up!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ms Simmonds April 2012

Best cream tea

Walk along the cliffs above Bedruthan steps for stunning views and crashing waves. If the tide is right you can add a walk along the dramatic sandy beach. The tearoom at the National Trust car park at Carnewas served the best cream tea of our holiday - fresh, melt in your mouth scones. Yummy! If you are an NT member the parking is free and right at the cliff edge for starting your walk.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Christie August 2011

Bedruthan Steps

Probably the most fantastic sandy beach I've been on. Amazing and well worth the climb down. I have Fibromyalgia, a painful muscle/joint condition, but I could not resist going down onto this beach and I was very glad I did. It was overcast when we started the descent but the sun came out for a while. I would imagine the beach would be like paradise on a warm sunny day as it was when overcast!!! There wasn't many people on the beach which added to the feel. Lots of warm pools everywhere, beautiful rocks and little caves. Dramatic and wild. My husband, 21 yr old son and 2 teenage daughters loved it. We had a snack in the lovely tea room at the top that had an extensive menu for such a small cafe and lovely coffee. Really enjoyed the day. It was worth the pain of coming back up, but I did so slowly in my own time. I would definately do it again. It would be very hard for anyone more disabled than me though.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Thurlby June 2011

Dramatic and beautiful

We visited Bedruthan Steps on a windy and overcast day, parking at the National Trust carpark and following the paths across the heathland to the clifftop. Our 3yr old daughter was just entranced by the rocks and swore that she saw a mermaid...
As the tide was in we didn't climb down the steps, and wouldn't have attempted it with our daughter, but just seeing the amazing rocks and cliffs from the viewing spots at the cliffedge was enough.

The Falcon Inn (2 ½ miles)

This lovely old pub is tucked away in the village of St Mawgan, not far from Newquay airport. The garden is beautiful and they do a good Sunday roast.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr Goetz August 2012

Splendid place

This is a high-class pub in St. Mawgan. The ambience is very nice, the staff friendly and the menu offers far more than the usual pub grub. We had excellent mussels, goat-cheese with red onion relish and tian of crab and salmon and all dishes were excellent. You can also have a decent fish and chips or a burger, but you should definitely go for the better dishes. Reservation recommended.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

January 2011

Great pub in a lovely village

Probably one of Cornwall's less well known pubs but you won't be disappointed. Good pub food and there is a beer garden for warmer summer days. The village of St Mawgan is a hidden gem - and you can combine a visit to the Falcon Inn with a visit to the Japanese Garden just down the road.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Lucy June 2010

Great beer garden

In spring the massive magnolia tree in the garden is stunning. There are quite a few tables outside, making it a good choice on a fine day. The Sunday roasts are pretty popular here. Combining a meal with a visit to the beautiful Japanese gardens across the road makes a nice day out.

The Camel Trail (6 ½ miles)

The Camel Trail is a 19 mile route that follows the beautiful Camel River from Padstow, where it joins the sea in a wide estuary, to Poley’s Bridge inland, where it is merely a stream running through woodland. En-route at Nanstallon you will also find the Camel Trail Tea Rooms. Bikes are for hire from either Padstow or Wadebridge and it's a brilliant area for bird watching. Visit Wenfordbridge in spring and delight in the profusion of daffodils, snowdrops and primroses.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ms Simmonds April 2012

Wadebridge to Padstow

The Wadebridge to Padstow section of the trail is about 6 miles. Whilst you can hire bikes easily in Wadebridge the largely flat walk, which would be possible with a pushchair, makes a lovely walk. New views open up as the Camel twists and turns and the slower pace means you can spot the wildlife en route. Set off after breakfast and you will be in Padstow for lunch. A bus to Wadebrdge leaves Padstow from the old railway station on the half hour and will take you back in about 20 minutes.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2011

Wonderful off road cycling venue, undisturbed with beautiful views and mostly flat easy cycling.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Cliff August 2011

Tranquil Trail

The four mile Helland to Bodmin section of the Camel Trail is much quieter than the Wadebridge to Padstow section. Park for free at Helland and follow the trail through peaceful woodland catching tantalising glimpses of the river through the canopy of trees. Wildlife abounds in this tranquil spot. Before leaving Helland go and have a look at the medieval Helland Bridge which spans the upper reaches of the River Camel.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Higgs August 2008

The Camel Trail

The trail is best explored from the Pooley Bridge end which is just 2 1/2 miles from daydream cottage. Shell woods are great in the autumn and cool and shaded during the summer. Wonderful for picnics by the fast flowing river.

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