A holiday cottage that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
A wonderful cottage for the best vacation in Cornwall
This is a true gem, a cottage with everything you need in the country and close to the right places, tourist sites, shops, pubs, restaurants. The owner takes care of you like you were a royal guest, the property is ample, well fitted, clean, with a rustic taste which makes you feel in the right place from first minute. We enjoyed our late afternoons of November sitting in the lounge by the fireplace with a glass of wine or a cup of tea, like local Cornish people....
Higher Trewellard Hill Farm is a good place to stay
It`s wonderful to have a cottage out of a village. It's very calm there with beautifull views to the landscape, the sea and the garden. We enjoyed the well equipped cottage especially the kitchen. You will find all things you need for cooking. We will come again.
Wonderful Holiday Cottage
We had a lovely stay at Higher Trewellard Hill Farm! The cottage is nice and cosy and Victoria and David were very friendly and attentive.
They gave us a very warm welcome with cream tea and a bottle of wine, the logs for the fire place were for free and they gave us loads of recommendations for places and local pubs.
The house is very well equipped, especially the kitchen...we felt at home from the very first day.
The view from the master bedroom ist just amazing, waking up in the morning with the fantastic view over the coast was wonderful!
The location of the house is very nice...absolutely quiet, also the area and attractions of Penwith pleased us very well.
Recommandation: Visit the Geevor tun mine!
Many thanks to our hosts for a lovely holiday week in Cornwall!
Susanne & Matthias
Nice cottage in a rural setting
Nice cottage with all the necessary amenities for a good weeks holiday. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Walks can start directly from the cottage, and the coastal path around Penwith is beautiful!
Well equipped cottage. Good Location.
Nice cosy cottage. Very peaceful with great views of the sea and surrounding countryside. Pendeen and Trewellard villages are a short walk down a bridleway from the cottage. Boat Cove and Portheras Cove were both stunning and in walking distance from the cottage. Had a good meal at the Trewellard Arms and visited the Meadery too which was great fun. The cottage is a good base for exploring West Cornwall. The owners David and Victoria made us feel very welcome.
A great welcome complete with cream tea and wine as well as a tour of the premises enabled us to settle in easily and quickly. Essential information and advice was given when required ensuring that we felt comfortable in talking to our hosts and learning from them. All in all an excellent stay in a delightful location.
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.