This delightful cottage occupies one wing of a previously working farmhouse and is quiet and isolated with superb views of the north coast and moors. Perfect for a couple looking for an escape to this wild part of Cornwall, this beautiful granite property can also accommodate up to 4 people.
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The property, previously a working farm, is quiet and isolated with superb views of the north coast and moors. It is perfect for a couple or a group of up to 4 people to base themselves to explore this wild area of west Cornwall. The St Just area has a rich mining heritage and has now been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The cottage, part of this beautiful granite constructed farmhouse, is surrounded by the dramatic landscape of the West Cornwall peninsula. It is full of character with beamed ceilings, thick stone walls and a Morso wood burning stove to keep you cosy at the colder times. The master bedroom has both moorland and sea views, has a king sized bed and en-suite WC. The twin bedroom has garden views.
Ground Floor: Sitting room with dining area. Fitted kitchen; bathroom with bath and electric shower and separate WC.
First Floor: Master double bedroom with en-suite WC and wash basin, and twin bedroom.
External: Access is provided to part of the gardens.
Facilities & Services
Oil fired central heating throughout, supplemented by the wood burning stove (initial bag of logs included). The kitchen has a range of modern fitted units, a gas cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier and a family sized fridge with a good freezer compartment. The sitting room has a flatscreen TV with Sky Freeview (you may bring your own card for additional channels) and a DVD player. DAB radio in each bedroom. There is garden furniture and a BBQ in your garden.
Electricity (reasonable usage allowed for), bed linen & towels are all included, but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is plenty of parking space available at the property. Infinity Broadband is available at the property. We regret no smoking is permitted within the property. Regrettably, no children under 5 nor dogs are allowed to stay within the property at Higher Trewellard Hill Farm. Please note that access to Higher Trewellard Hill Farm is via an unmade farm track.
General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Saturday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Pendeen village has a general stores and Post office and there are four local pubs serving food. Three of these, as well as the Meadery and takeaway fish and chips, are within five minutes drive or a 20 minute walk down the hill.The small town of St Just is about 3 miles away which has shops including two butchers, a bakery and art galleries. Penzance is 7 miles away for more shops (including two supermarkets), art galleries and restaurants. Portherras Cove is a small beach about two miles from the cottage. There are steps down to the beach but no disabled or wheelchair access and it has no public facilities. Marazion, next to Penzance, has a beach much used for wind surfing and a low tide causeway to St. Michael's Mount (N.T.); access by taxi boat at other times.
There is surfing at Sennen (approx 7 miles), walks in all directions along the S.W. coast path, and riding at St Just. Geevor Mine (Pendeen village) and Zennor Wayside Museum (7 miles) show Cornish history; St Ives (13 miles along the beautiful north coast road) has galleries including the Tate, the Hepworth museum and the Leach pottery. An open top bus goes from Pendeen village to St Ives three times a day which saves parking in St Ives. Porthcurno has an excellent beach with all facilities, as well as the Minack outdoor theatre and the Cable & Wireless Telegraph museum. Penzance has Trengwainton (N.T.), Morrab and Penlee gardens, the latter also housing a collection of work from the Lamorna and Newlyn artists in Penlee House.
St Just-in-Penwith, once the centre of the tin mining industry in this area, is the westerly most town in Cornwall, last stop before Lands End. Geevor Tin Mine was the last to close in 1991 and reopened in 1993 as a Museum and Heritage Centre. At Lands End, the most South Westerly point of mainland Britain, sits many a tourist attraction. If you're lucky, of a clear evening, you will be able to see the stunning Isles of Scilly on the horizon.
From nearby Penzance you can take the Scillonian for a day trip to the picturesque Isles of Scilly, well worth a visit if you have never been. Slightly further afield is Marazion famous for St Michaels Mount, home to a medieval castle and a working local community. St Michaels Mount is accessible by causeway at low tides, or by boat. The castle is leased from the National Trust by the St Aubyn family who reside at the property maintaining and working the grounds. Mousehole is renowned for their Christmas Lights display attracting many visitors throughout December. The Tate, St Ives a short drive away combined with the Barbara Hepworth Museum provide a benchmark for local galleries and artists, attracting many visitors to the area throughout the seasons.
Guest from Penzance stayed for 21 nights.
Lots of attention to detail - things like David giving me a call to ask what kind of milk I drink, so he could pop some in the fridge for when I arrived. When I mentioned I don't do dairy, he immediately offered to substitute something else instead. Very thoughtful. David and Victoria maintained that throughout. I also felt the place was honest - its not marble tiled and fancified, there are some of the areas that are a little more home-made, that's reflected in both the photos and the price. As David said, its a farmhouse, he wanted to preserve that. It feels more like stepping into a home than a holiday let.
Guest from Newton Abbot stayed for 7 nights.
Lovely cottage and very helpful owners. There were lots of nice touches, like the provision of toilet rolls and washing powder etc which you don't usually get. It was easy to get to Sennen Cove which is lovely and wonderful bits of coastline. I enjoyed walking down the footpath to the village shop every morning. Only draw back was the first bit of the track which is very uneven - but the car seemed to survive!
Guest from Frankfurt/main stayed for 7 nights.
Trewellard Hill Farm is a realy nice place to stay. We were travelling with our two older childs and had many space in this cosy cottage. David an Victoria were very helpful and kind. We realy recommend this place.
Guest from Northallerton stayed for 7 nights.
Good location for walking the coastal paths. Very helpful and friendly owners. Lovely peaceful garden.
Guest from Haan stayed for 7 nights.
The warm welcome of David and Victoria was a nice start for our holiday with 2 persons in the cosy cottage. The rooms have all necessary (and even more) equipment, nothing is missing. Also in the Kirchen you had all kitchen utensil you need. From the dining table you see rabbits and birds in the landlord's garden. This part of garden is not used by them, so you can feel totally free in the house. On the first floor are the 2 sleeping rooms with lots of space. From the "parent's" room, from the bed, you have a nice view over the garden to the seaside. We had our own large and beautiful garden, just as you think it must be in Cornwall. You can go for walks from the cottage in all 4 cardinal points, also Cape Cornwall can be reached within 1-2 hours over the coastal path. All in all, we felt at home from home and can recommend Trewellard Hill Cottage.
Guest from Eastleigh stayed for 7 nights.
Immaculate cottage. Great hosts Superb location Plenty to do especially if you like beaches riding and walking
Guest from Oxford stayed for 7 nights.
The cream tea on arrival was delicious and really welcoming. We really liked having the wood burning stove for the colder nights. The garden was very pretty and offered a sheltered place to sit on a windy day. The location on a hill and so close to the coast was excellent. There were great views over the hills and to the sea. It was lovely to be able to walk to the coast path and not use the car for the day.
Guest from Prestwich stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely week at this property. It is in a breathtakingly beautiful location and waking up to views over the old mines and the ocean felt like a gift. There's a public footpath to the village and the pub there (the Trewellard Arms) serves great food and has a vast array of different beers. The owners of the cottage live next door and they were immensely helpful and accommodating. The cottage has everything you might need and we all felt at home there. The cream tea on arrival made for a great welcome and we also enjoyed probably the best gluten free lemon drizzle cake ever made by the cottage owner's neighbour.
Guest from Bristol stayed for 7 nights.
wonderful location fantastic views cornish hospitilaty from Davd and Victoria what more could you ask for
Guest from Abingdon stayed for 7 nights.
Beautiful well equipped Cottage in an idyllic location Hosts were on hand but not intrusive. Terwellard Hill Farm is wonderful if you want a Winter getaway. It is well situated to enjoy all that South West Cornwall has to offer .
Guest from Thursley stayed for 7 nights.
We had a fantastic time at Higher Trewellard farm. The owners were extremely nice and very helpful. the cottage was done to a high standard, with everything you need for a lovely holiday.
Guest from Fuerth stayed for 7 nights.
David and Victoria gave us a superb welcome and provided lots of ideas what to do best. We started to several walks through the countryside and to the coast directly from the cottage. Pub, fish and chips as well as store, post office and tin mines are in walking distance (15 - 20 min). The cottage was warm, fully equipped with dish washer, washing machine and dryer (as well as washing powder and detergent) and decorated very tastefully. For rainy days which we had only once there were lots of books and DVDs. On sunny days the garden is a quiet oasis with wonderful view to the coast. We perfectly enjoyed the week.
Guest from Neulengbach stayed for 7 nights.
We not only had a warm welcome, we also had the joy of a perfectly equipped, very nice house in a breathtaking landscape. I regret the weather was always fine while we had been there, must also be a cosy place in the colder days. We very much recommend it!
Guest from Derby stayed for 7 nights.
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful stay here. The cottage is incredibly comfortable and nicely decorated. The kitchen had all the equipment we needed to prepare meals. The garden is beautiful with an epic view of the surrounding countryside and coast line. The cottage is within 15- 20 mins walking distance of a couple of pubs and a Costcutters shop. It's an ideal location to explore the West Cornwall coast from (whether you drive or doing long walks). Steve and Victoria, the cottage owners, were very welcoming, kind and helpful with lots of advice for places to see in the area and had maps and leaflets to lend. They also explained how everything works in the cottage. When we arrived they greeted us with a delicious selection of fruit juices and a large fruit bowl as we mentioned we both couldn't drink the lactose in the Cornish cream teas. The cottage still felt very private and quiet and we hardly noticed Steve and Victoria were next door. We would stay here again and highly recommend the cottage to others.
Guest from Bayreuth stayed for 7 nights.
A very comfortable cottage in a very good condition. A warm welcome with cream tea and some very helpful recommendations. I would go there again, no question.
Guest from Witham stayed for 7 nights.
We were greeted with a very warm welcome, a cream tea plus milk and drinks in the fridge. The owners attention to detail is faultless and there is a lovely welcoming ambience to the house and gardens so should the weather have been inclement during our stay we would have been very happy to just 'relax at home'. The best cottage we have ever stayed in!
Guest from Crewe stayed for 7 nights.
We have recently returned from a great week at Higher Trewellard Hill Farm. Had a great time and a warm welcome from David & Victoria. Plenty of good advice from David and what to do and the best way to get around. Highly recommend the walk to Portheras Cove and also a visit to St Michael's Mount. Would have no hesitation on going back.
Guest from Bristol stayed for 7 nights.
The cottage was amazing and in a suburb location There was a wood burner in the lounge, this was brilliant to have at this time of year!!! nice and cosy! The coast roads are great to cycle... challenging in places. We enjoyed visiting Cornwall out of season.
Guest from Lowton, Warrington stayed for 7 nights.
Very nice cottage in a quite location. Owners very friendly and helpful. Ideally situated for exploring many of the beaches, coves, towns and fishing harbours of the Cornish coast. Cottage is warm and cosy with all the modern equipment needed without detracting from the character of the place.
Guest from Reading stayed for 7 nights.
We chose this Cottage because of its location. Easy access to Good Sea Watching, Valley and Moorland sites. On arrival, best Cream Tea we have had. Thanks David and Victoria.
Guest from Gent stayed for 7 nights.
Very warm welcome with delicious cream tea. What a nice treat! The cottage is just great, spacious and well equipped with great eye for detail. A home away from home. Location is perfect for exploring the beautiful Penwith peninsula.
Guest from Southampton stayed for 7 nights.
The cottage is semi-detached, the owners live next-door. David is very knowledgable about the local area, and listening to his advice on places to eat or visit is worthwhile. The cottage is in what appears, at first, to be the middle of a field, but actually has some lovely gardens immediately around it. The cottage is well maintained, and well equipped, with space easily for the 3 of us. The main bathroom is downstairs, but the bedrooms are upstairs, and the "en-suite" in bedroom 1 is little more than a cupboard with a loo in. The location is excellent, only a short drive to Lands end, Penzance, St Ives, etc. The local village(s) Pendeen, Trewellard and St Just, have plenty of good eateries.
Guest from Oxford stayed for 7 nights.
This was our second stay at Higher Trewellard Hill Farm, and we enjoyed our return visit as much as the first time a few years ago. There was a cream tea and bottle of wine to welcome us, the beds were extremely comfortable, and the owners unobtrusive but helpful when needed. Highly recommended for couples and families.
Guest from Aachen stayed for 7 nights.
We had a great time. Nice house with very sympathatic owners, beautiful garden, very quiet. 15 min walk to a small supermarket and a nice little coffee shop. Perfect situated to reach every spot in Cornwall.
Guest from St. Ives stayed for 7 nights.
My wife and I had a great week staying at Trewellard Hill Farm. David and Victoria were the perfect hosts, providing a much appreciated cream tea and various bottles of juice. Plus there was tea, coffee and sugar provided. Location is amazing, ideal for visiting this particular area although we tended to travel further afield. If I had a very, very minor gripe I would say the lounge furniture is not the most comfortable but all in all, very happy and would certainly return one day.
Guest from Lincoln stayed for 7 nights.
Guest from Nottingham stayed for 14 nights.
We enjoyed our two weeks at Higher Trewellard Hill Farm. The owners, David and Victoria, were helpful and friendly, and welcomed us with an excellent cream tea and a bottle of wine. A good base for exploring west Cornwall, and a very quiet and peaceful location.
Guest from Warwick stayed for 7 nights.
Very peaceful, old farm cottage, set in lovely gardens, with wonderful far reaching sea views. Excellent location for walking and exploring the coast. Homemade ceam tea and wine on arrival were much appreciated. Bathroom would benefit from a little TLC.
Guest from Henlow stayed for 7 nights.
This is a lovely property giving fantastic scenic and rural views. David and Victoria were most welcoming hosts leaving a cream tea, bottle of wine and a soft drink for my son on our arrival. Having driven for some 8 hours that was just what the doctor ordered. The cottage is spacious, has all the mod cons and was very clean and tidy. The property is ideally positioned to visit all the local areas of beauty, i.e. coastal path walks (along the abandoned tin mines), Porthcurno beach, St Ives, Lands End and access to the Scilly Isles. I cannot recommend this cottage highly enough. Thank you David and Victoria.
Guest from Hastings stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely stay at this cottage. David and Victoria were very welcoming and helpful and provided a wonderful cream tea and bottle of wine for our arrival. The garden of the cottage is beautiful and although it is just a ten minute walk from Trewellard itself it is surrounded by countryside and many footpaths to go for short walks. The views towards the sea, taking in a couple of tin mines, are spectacular. The furnishings were comfortable and we slept well every night. Everything was clean and tidy and the kitchen had everything we needed. For the three of us it was just the right size. A big range of DVDs, games and books are provided so you won't get bored in the evenings or if the weather is bad. A good amount of leaflets and booklets about local attractions are provided and proved very useful. We would definitely consider staying here again if we visit this area of Cornwall in the future and would highly recommend it.
Guest from Huntingdon stayed for 7 nights.
Stunning location, very quite and peaceful. The cottage was the most well equipped we have ever stayed in, very clean and comfortable too. The owners were very welcoming and helpful, though not intrusive. A delicious cream tea awaited us on arrival along with a bottle of wine. There is so much to do in the area a week is not long enough. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would have no hesitation in recommending it to others. Would like to think we will return one day.
Guest from Rosenheim stayed for 14 nights.
Our stay in this cottage was very, very relaxing and comfortable. After the long journey from Germany we've enjoyed so much the wonderful cream tea, which Victoria and David offered us when we arrived. We've felt at home immediately. From the windows in the kitchen and the bedroom we had sea-view and a lovely garden belongs to the cottage. It's also a very good location to make trips to many interesting and beautiful places in cornwall.
Guest from Norwich stayed for 7 nights.
This was a great base for walking round the Lands End peninsula. It was quiet with good views and the cottage was very well appointed with everything we could have wanted. The lounge was perhaps a little cramped for 4 adults but we managed very well.
Guest from Fowey stayed for 7 nights.
Very friendly welcoming hosts. Attentive to all of our needs. Beautiful Cornish cream tea greeted us on our arrival. Wine in the fridge was lovely. Would recommend this lovely place to anyone.
Guest from Readng stayed for 7 nights.
A very relaxing cottage to stay in. The owner greeted us with a cream tea and bottle of wine. The best start to a Cornish holiday.Nice walk to village
Guest from Devon stayed for 7 nights.
From the location, the thoughtfulness of the owners and the comfort of the cottage itself we could not have wished for a better base for our family half term break.
Guest from St Albans stayed for 14 nights.
A remarkably peaceful and restful place with great views and an attractive garden. Very accessible to the delights of West Penwith: the coast, moors, ancient ruins, birds, art galleries, Penzance, St Ives ......
Guest from Crawley stayed for 7 nights.
We had a lovely week in this cottage. A wonderful welcome by David and Victoria with a cream tea and a bottle of wine. The cottage had everything you could possibly need and was very comfortable and cosy.
Guest from Ilkeston stayed for 7 nights.
Lovely cottage in beautiful surroundings. Living room/dining area quite small, wasn't enough room for us all to sit unless we sat round the table in the evenings which is fine for eating but not for down time. Owners really welcoming and the cream tea was just what the doctor ordered after our long journey down. The cottage was well equipped and we didn't really want for anything (apart from 4 comfy chairs!!) The garden is beautiful and there are lots of lovely walks nearby.
Guest from Maasbuell stayed for 14 nights.
We really were so glad to have found this house and its wonderful hosts DAvid & Victoria. Everything was prepared for us in a very lovingly way. The Beds were excellent, the bathroom good to relax, the kitchen equipped with nearly everything you ever might need and, last but not least David and Victoria were friendly and ready for a nice talk whenever we met! Thank you very much!
Guest from Kings Langley stayed for 7 nights.
Quiet, relaxing, yet everything including the Coast path in easy reach. That nice bit of comfort at the end of the day. Great light for photography, and a good garden to sit out in.
Guest from Nr Bude stayed for 7 nights.
Clean and comfortable cottage, in a fantastic location. Thoughtful owners provided everything one would-need, one of the best cottages we have stayed in, very homely feel. Owners welcomed use of log burner unlike other places we have stayed where it was really there for show. Excellent value for money. David and Victoria really make you feel welcomed.
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