Welcome to Tregye Farm.
The terrace gets the sun all day (please take care on the terrace).
The large eat-in kitchen is perfect for a feast.
The light and airy sitting-room has double doors that open onto the decking, overlooking the pond.,
Enjoy opening the doors to your private balcony and feel the fresh breeze.
There is everything you might possibly need in this large kitchen.
The large range is perfect for cooking a delicious meal.
What a spot for lunch.
The games-room really has the wow factor.
Endless hours can be spent here; a game of pool with a roaring fire and a cocktail in hand made at the bar.
Tregye Farm has plenty of space for everyone including your four legged friends.
The cobbled courtyard has plenty of space for everyone to park..
The master bedroom boasts a super-king bed and a stunning outlook (Bedroom 3).
What a view.
The balcony from the master bedroom overlook the grounds.
The master bedroom has a dressing room, perfect for all your holiday clothes.
The luxurious bathroom for the master bedroom (Bedroom 3).
The master en suite even has his and hers sinks.
There is so much space at Tregye Farm (Bedroom 7).
This bedroom has a 'zip and link' bed (king-size or two three-foot singles) and an en suite shower-room (Bedroom 4).
What amazing views, on a clear day you can see out to sea, see what you can spot through the telescope (Bedroom 4).
This bedroom is perfect for children with a 'zip and link' bed creating two 2'6'' beds, or for a smaller party have a king-size bed and enjoy the space in this large bedroom.
The en suite shower-room for Bedroom 5 has fun decor.
Tucked away at the end of the house, this bedroom has doors that open up to a pretty terrace (Bedroom 7).
This charming bedroom overlooks the courtyard and is very cosy (Bedroom 6).
This bedroom offers two double beds but for two guests, lots of room to stretch out (Bedroom 2).
This bedroom is accessed through the games-room and has an en suite bathroom too.
The en suite bathroom for Bedroom 2.
This bedroom has a fabulous super-king bed and is on the ground floor (Bedroom 1).
The en suite bathroom for Bedroom 1.
The snug at the end of the kitchen is tucked away and is the perfect spot to sneak away for a moment or two.
Enjoy lighting the wood burner to warm your toes on a cooler evening.
The large entrance hall is stunning.
What a house, the perfect place to make a life time of memories.
Enjoy a chilled glass of wine on the sun lounger perhaps.
Please say hello to the fish in the pond and they would love to be fed too.
Enjoy a game of table tennis in the courtyard behind the kitchen.
Head down the tree-lined avenue and find the tennis court.
Game of tennis?
This shows perfectly all the space you have to play with at Tregye Farm.
Find the Hidden Hut for delicious food at the back of this beach.
Falmouth is full of fabulous restaurants, pubs and cafes and lovely boutique shops.
Portscatho on the Roseland is just charming.
The Roseland is easily accessible via the King Harry Ferry, and there are many stunning walks.
Loe Beach is a short drive away, there is a slipway, water sports hire and a lovely cafe.

Tregye Farm

4455

3.2 miles SW of Truro / Sleeps 16 + 2 cots*

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £2622

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Punchbowl and Ladle (½ mile)

A traditional thatched Cornish pub with two bars and a dining area. The menu is created using local, seasonal produce with locally caught fish and meat from a local farm. Visit for lunch, dinner or a Cornish cream tea and bring Rex along as dogs are welcome.

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

Mr King September 2019

Early evening meal

We ate here early one evening, service and food were excellent. Would definitely eat here again in the future.

Nearest beach

Loe Beach (1 ½ miles)

A privately-owned beach that's open to the public, Loe Beach near Feock is a pretty shingle beach looking out onto the River Fal. With sports equipment hire available, including paddle boards and kayaks, and Loe Beach Café nearby, visitors can try their hand at a new activity or simply sit and enjoy the views with a hot drink.

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

August 2020

Loe Beach

An ok shingle beach. Good water sports facilities and rock pools for the kids.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr King September 2019

The locals beach

A shingle beach below a good car park which is perfect for launching small boats. There is an area between buoys for swimming and the water is calm. It is a perfect sun trap. It is a private beach so be prepared for a car park attendant on duty at times. Also the beach café seemed to have closed for the off season from the eighth of September.

Nearest walk

Fal River Autumn Walking Festival (2 miles)

Guided and self-guided walks through this beautiful area of outstanding beauty, for a fortnight around the end of October.

Nearest town

Feock (1 ½ miles)

Lying on the shore of the River Fal, the village of Feock can be reached easily fom Falmouth or Truro by road or by the King Harry Ferry. Trelissick House and Garden are to the west. Tregew, a former farmhouse, dates back to 1315. From nearby Loe Beach 30 or more oyster boats can be seen working during the winter months.

Also nearby

The Hidden Hut (5 miles)

A beach cafe in the most rustic sense - a beachside shed with some outdoor seating. It is a National Trust-owned hut, but run by a local couple who provide 'Feast Nights' - now made famous by their appearance on ITV's 'Cornwall with Caroline Quentin'. You need to buy tickets, but the hut is generally open to everyone, except during the winter, so check times on their Web site.

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

Mrs Scott October 2020

Hidden

What a surprise . Very popular so be prepared to queue but you can enjoy the view of Porthcurnick beach and headland.
Excellent customer service.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Stewart September 2020

Very interesting

Worth a little walk.
Very enterprising!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Gaunt November 2019

A little gem

What a wonderful beachside find. It is super popular now so expect to queue, but it's is completely worth it with exceptional food, and a great beachside location. You won't regret a day out here. Check the website for opening times/days.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Gannon September 2019

Great food overlooking the beach

Not just another beach front cafe. This place is possibly the best beach cafe/restaurant going. Great food and atmosphere. Really hits the spot. You will not be disappointed and worth the effort.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2019

Mrs Jarvis

Really fantastic food, great service (despite the length of the queue). You must visit!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Professor Elton June 2019

Perfect situation and great food

If you didn’t already know it, this a now a justly famous spit just above a lovely Cornish beach.
Splendid food - some fusion inspired and some more typical local Cornish. Great atmosphere. Also they have now a great Hidden Hut cookbook. Such a happy mix of photos and recipes!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2019

lush nosh

definitely recommend for a yummy beachside lunch


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2017

Being relatively local to the area, we felt it was time to see if this often-mentioned beach cafe lived up to it's reputation....and it did! On a sunny August Sunday, the beach was busy and so was the Hidden Hut. Be prepared to queue - for quite a while - but once you've selected which of the mouthwatering options to go for, you've plenty of choice of places to sit and enjoy the really well cooked food and the amazing location. No doubt this will be the first of many visits to come!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2016

Wonderful location

Perfect for coffee and cake, overlooking Porthcurnick beach.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Geoff and Rebecca November 2016

Stunning place for a delicious lunch! Pricey but great quality. Locally sourced and freshly made. Busy on Bank holidays but worth the queue. Soups are always fabulous as are the pasties, pulled pork baps and sausage rolls. We were lucky enough to get tickets for a feast night once and it was a most memorable and special event. Check out their Facebook page https://en-gb.facebook.com/thehiddenhut/

Trebah Garden (8 ¼ miles)

Family and dog-friendly, Trebah covers 26 acres, converting a small corner of Cornwall into a sub-tropical paradise. Located above the Helford River, every inch of Trebah is covered by lush vegetation, with 100-year old rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias kicking off the season with an explosion of colour.

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

Mrs Woodford September 2020

A disabled persons opinion

I was really looking forward to visiting Trebah but was really disappointed, I was only able to go out of the reception building in my wheelchair when I was faced with the most sever decline and was told that it was like that all the way. It was very unsafe for me to go any further, so had to turn round and go out of the gardens


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Sophie Dales August 2020

Beautiful gardens and beach

Well worth a visit. Really incredibly, calming gardens with excellent covid measures in place to feel safe. The private beach is just lovely, worth the short queue to get in (controlled by a traffic light system to ensure not too many people are on it are time). Nice cafe with gluten free options. A very good day out, would highly recommend.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Dr and Mrs Clark May 2020

Best gardens to visit in the area

If you like to visit gardens then this is one of the very best in the area. We prefer it to the nearby Glendurgan gardens, though Glendurgan is run by the National Trust so you can get in for free if you are a member.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2019

LES CALDER

Excellent lovely gardens which as NT members (although Trebah is privately owned)
out of high season, can be viewed for very reasonable cost.
Best more natural gardens in the area in my view.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2019

Wonderful Gardens leading down to a lovely beach.

These gardens are truly fascinating and beautiful. We loved that the dog was welcome even in the cafe and the food and drink were all really good, healthy, well prepared and delicious.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2019

Impressive gardens and picturesque beach

Beautiful gardens. Very pleasant staff and good food. The private beach was very picturesque. Would recommend.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs D September 2015

You won't be disappointed

What a wonderful place to lose yourself in nature discovering plants I had never seen before and some looked like they stepped out of Jurassic Park! We stayed into the evening for a fantastic Miracle Theatre production in the Amphitheatre called The Magnificent Three which was absolutely brilliant, great story, great cast and highly recommended, I will be looking out for their next production. Overall a very pleasing day with ice cream on the beach too, what more could you want!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs McCauley-Tinniswood July 2014

A mini paradise

This was such a wonderful find. A complete tropical paradise hidden away down the creek. You really feel like you have disappeared to a magical world here and it's a great place to escape. Beautiful water gardens and walks through the woods, which eventually lead down to a private secluded beach. Would happily come here time and again. Lovely cafe as well and there's also a cafe on the beach.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Darvell July 2014

Nice family day out

We visited the gardens on Father's Day (three generations of us!) and it was a lovely day out. It was interesting seeing all the exotic plants and following the path through the gardens to the private beach at the end where an ice cream sat on the beach is a must! The adventure play areas within the gardens were great for the kids.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Gibb June 2014

We hadn't heard about Trebah before we arrived but it proved to be a fabulous day out and the gardens were very special. Better than Eden in some ways and the weather on the day was perfect.
The walk down to the bay was superb. Also enjoyed the shop, cafe and garden centre.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Haines May 2013

We have been to Trebah several times in the past, but the garden was at it's loveliest this time, with loads of spring flowers as well as the rhododendrons etc.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Chetwode December 2012

I love trebah

Trebah is a brilliant day out, and the beach is gorgeous!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Bradford September 2012

Trebah Garden

A really delightful garden with much to see. Although steep in places, there are plenty of benches to rest before venturing further.

The glimpse of the sea as you wend your way through the garden is really beautiful and really well worth the trip down to the bottom.

Well worth a visit time and time again.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Bowry June 2012

Gets better every time

We love Trebah Gardens, they are also dog friendly, though unfortunately we did see evidence that some dog owners were not respecting the fact that clearing up is a must if this is to continue. We really enjoy walking around the gardens and always spend at least three hours doing so. Always something different to see. Already looking forward to our next visit.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Stewart May 2012

We enjoyed that they are clearly continuing to develop and work on the garden in the 5 years since we last visited. Cafe very good and plenty of sheltered outdoor space. Plenty to see in May and an icecream on the beach was a great treat.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2012

Trebah Garden

Wonderful garden especially in May when we were there. A beach with a cafe half way round and the ubiquitous crab sandwiches in the cafe near the entrance. We could have spent a whole day here.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2011

A great place to visit. Even on a dull day this provided some great views and a fascinating range of plants. The beach was an added bonus. The restaurant provided a good range of dishes, including some gluten free choices.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Manners September 2011

I can only endorse all that has been said before - the gardens are magical and inspirational, with a wonderful collection of hydrangeas as well as a magnificent bamboo thicket. The beach is a dear, with lovely views across the water.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Manners September 2011

I can only endorse all that has been said before - the gardens are magical and inspirational, with a wonderful collection of hydrangeas as well as a magnificent bamboo thicket. The beach is a dear, with lovely views across the water.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2011

Worth a visit, even on a wet day. The cream tea in the cafe was so good there is no chance it could ever be matched anywhere else. Enjoyed the shop too. We spent 2 hours in the property although it's not all that large, including time at the cafe. It's advisable to go early when it's really quiet.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr and Mrs Wallwork August 2008

Suitable for young and old

I would recommend this garden for anyone. The walks around the garden can be taken at any pace and are endlessly fascinating for young children as well as older relatives. Even those who may not be as agile as they once were will be able to manage a good deal of the garden and there are plenty of places to stop, admire the view and rest. The staff are very helpful, always ready to discuss an unusual plant and the cafe is run by a group of very cheerful women, who provide simple but delicious food.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ms Nicholas August 2008

A beautiful place, starting with formal gardens at the top, winding down through subtropical exotica to a small beach. We once went there on a winter's day where there was snow at the top of the garden and brilliant sunshine once you went through the doorway onto the beach; my children said it was like going into Narnia!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs German August 2008


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2008


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2008

Walking

Trebah Gardens are excellent for all the family - there is also a beach below for children to explore. Kids can take part in the quiz as they walk around the gardens which makes for a more peaceful time for the parents!

Falmouth (4 ¾ miles)

When booking a Falmouth holiday cottage you won’t be disappointed with this maritime treat. The location is stunning, with winding streets and terraced roads of shops, cafes, bars and cottages - all snuggled between the palm fronted beaches along Falmouth bay and its famous harbour, overlooked and protected by Pendennis Castle and its sister castle on the opposite side of the river at St Mawes. You can leave your car at the holiday cottage as everything is on your doorstep. Or, take the river taxis up to Truro or across to St Mawes and spend time exploring another part of the Cornwall. Falmouth is well placed for discovering all of west Cornwall.

Falmouth’s maritime history is unique. Having the third deepest natural harbour in the world, it became the centre of the postal network to the British Empire and the first place news was landed before spreading across the land. It is now often the start or finish point of various ‘round the world’ record breaking voyages and the Tall Ship’s race, one not to be missed. Today Falmouth is home to the National Maritime Museum, which is well worth a visit, as well as a plethora of watersport facilities. Holidays can easily be spent sailing, fishing or diving in the bay or up the river.

A Falmouth holiday could not be complete without visiting at least one of the many galleries. Falmouth Art School was founded there in 1902 and many of the students have never left, resulting in a vibrant art scene. Much of it is inspired by the locale, the scenery is inspirational and the way of life allows for many a story to be told through creative means. Pick up a Cornish memento to take back with you and provoke happy memories for years to come.

Being on the coast, there is a family friendly shoreline to enjoy. All four beaches; Castle, Gyllyngvase, Swanpool and Maenporth, are sandy and sheltered from the swells and prevailing wind, perfect for a family holiday in Falmouth. They also have rock pools at low tide for the kids (and dads) to explore to their heart’s content when they’ve finished building sandcastles and eating icecreams.

If you’re staying in one of our dog friendly Falmouth cottages you will be spoilt for choice as you are never too far from a rural walk. From the coast path with its panoramic sea views to the many footpaths criss-crossing the surrounding countryside… take your pick!

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

Mr McGrath July 2020

Ian McGrath

Liked the idea of shutting down the High Street to traffic between 10.00-16.00, which gave more space for pedestrians still nervous following lockdown. Recommend Harbour Lights Fish


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Day March 2015

falmouth to st mawes

Would recommend the boat trip across to lovely St Mawes, pretty harbour town, great pub lunch in the Rising Sun conservatory....


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Mitchell January 2015

Winter break

Falmouth is good to visit any time of year and we have been in all seasons. Our recent visit in January was excellent. We found plenty to do despite some very mixed weather. As oldies we went to Rick Stein of or a vintage lunch served on Tuesday's until March very busy and cheap. We also visited Pendennis Castle and the Maritime Museum for another oldies lunch (Wednesday's) which included admission to the museum. The view on the Fal is lovely and we visited Newquay and Perranporth which out of season have beautiful deserted beaches to walk on.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

February 2013

Falmouth and surrounding area

Falmouth has something for everyone ~ great beaches, great boating, good choice of restaurants and great accommodation. Easy access to other villages and lots going on ~ one great high street with everything you can imagine. ~Would recommend Amanzi restaurant ~ great place to eat with a South African twist.
Try visiting Mylor Harbour just a couple of miles away, great for walking and eating too. Dogs are welcome at many places in the area which is a bonus......having just spent a few days there in February will be returning again in June.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Ballam July 2012

Something for Everyone

Falmouth really does have something for everyone. Having just spent a recent week of mixed weather we were never stuck for something to do, even if it was just wandering and enjoying the bustle of local life. Everyone working in the shops, cafes, restaurants and local attractions were friendly and clearly enjoyed their work, which in turn made us feel welcomed.

Trips to St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula via the chainlink ferry or by boat make for enjoyable days out.

We also enjoyed dinner and a concert at the Princess Pavillion, with its beautiful gardens that lead down to the seafront.

Hope to visit again soon.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Matthews July 2012

The National Maritime Museum is a superb informative way to spend best part of a wet day, as the number of families and school parties evidenced. As re-entry is free for a year after the initial entry fee we decided to browse the exhibitions for part of the morning, exited for lunch at nearby Rick Stein's Fish and Chip restaurant, which was delicious if a little expensive, then re-entered the Museum to finalize our tour. The Spring/Summer Search and Rescue exhibition was of particular interest as we support the RNLI.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

November 2011

Best town in Cornwall

Falmouth is a very honest town, un-spoilt and un-commercialised, and as such I would rate it as one of the best towns in Cornwall. We have stayed here on holiday many times in various properties, and there is always plenty to do here, which is especially important with 3 young children in tow!

The maritime museum is definitely worth a visit if you are here, this is a high quality attraction which puts some of the other so-called landmark attractions in the county to shame (Land's End to name one). You could easily spend a whole week in the town itself without venturing further afield.

Avoid restaurants such as Stein's fish & chips, and venture into the heart of town for more authentic and better value food. Short ferry rides to St. Mawes and Flushing are great fun, you can even take a ferry to Truro on the high tides.

If beaches are your thing, then Gyllngvase beach is an un-spoilt beauty and is wonderful at any time of the year.

If you like pubs (and who doesn't) then go to the Chain Locker, this is one of my all-time favourite pubs and must surely be one of the best in the country. The quayside location, and the quite excellent beer, rate it very highly. The Boathouse at the top of the High Street at the entrance to the town is also excellent.

Harbour Lights Traditional Fish and Chips (4 ¾ miles)

This is a great place to enjoy traditional fish and chips and you can either eat in and enjoy the stunning views across the harbour or take away. This restaurant has a handful of awards for its food and environmental awareness.

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

Mr McGrath July 2020

Ian McGrath

Excellent Fish and Chips, with delivery service included, which meant the food was hot and ready to eat when delivered to your door. Used them a couple of times during our visit as quality was very good.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Dr Colville-Nash October 2019

Take away a delight

One of the best fish and chip shops I have eaten from - super service with click and collect, a must try - you won’t be disappointed👍


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Schmidt October 2013

The best Fish 'n Chips

Here I found the best Fish and Chips during my 2 weeks holiday in Cornwall. Friendly staff, very good service, a wonderful view of the harbour. Absolutely recommended.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2012

Excellent Fish & Chips

Really good fish & chips, excellent service & a great view of the harbour


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Hulme April 2012

Top nosh!

Perfect fish and chips, beautifully cooked. Friendly staff provide good service, with a wonderful harbourside location. Recommended.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2011

Really excellent fish & chips. Good service


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Green July 2011

Follow the locals for the best fish and chips in town, not to mention a restaurant with breathtaking sea views.

The Pandora Inn (1 ¾ miles)

Take a step back in time with a visit to the Pandora Inn, parts of which date back to the 13th Century. Stunning views of Restronguet Creek surround you while you enjoy excellent food outside on a good day or inside if the weather lets you down. You can leave the car behind and walk, cycle or sail there, with room for up to 20 boats on the pontoon.

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

Miss Hall October 2011

Worth the visit

This is an excellent all round pub that is open all day, dog friendly throughout, great food, good service & fantastic views.
Highly recommended!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2011

Pandora Inn

Great pub in a stunning location. Dog friendly. Real log fires. Good reasonably priced menu with locally sourced food and local beers. At busy times get their early as car park is quite small and can get busy. Even better arrive by boat, or canoe, or dinghy or paddleboard...


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

October 2008

Pandora Inn, Rostronguet Creek

Creekside pub and restaurant especially popular with sailors at high tide and with lovely views across the estuary.

Preserves old-world informal atmosphere with modern and varied menu, no piped music. Open fires in winter.

- K Osborne

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