WELCOME TO EAST TRENEAN FARM
East Trenean Farm
offers three beautiful Grade II listed 18th Century barns and one recently converted cattle shed (The Linhay), all converted into luxurious holiday accommodation with a wealth of traditional features.
Sleeps 8 (4 bedrooms)
Sleeps 6 (3 bedrooms)
Sleeps 4 (2 bedrooms)
Sleeps 2 (1 bedroom)
East Trenean Farm is tucked away on the south east coast of Cornwall within easy reach of areas of outstanding natural beauty. We are just 3 miles from the nearest beaches, the South West Coastal Path and the town of Looe with its fishing port and sandy beach. We are in an excellent location to visit beaches, harbour towns, National Trust properties, gardens of Cornwall and much much more!
We enjoy far-reaching countryside views down the wooded valley to Seaton on the Cornish coast with a glimpse of the sea.
Quiet and secluded, yet with easy access via our private lane off the B3253.
No driving down narrow winding roads to find us!
All of our cottages have central heating, modern fitted kitchens and bathrooms. The 3 larger barns Corn Barn, Threshing Barn and Water Mill have wood burning stoves.
We have our own chickens laying free range eggs and sheep grazing on our land.
There is no noise or light pollution and there is plenty of wildlife to enjoy. We often see wild rabbits, bats, hedgehogs, pheasants, buzzards and many other bird species.
This is a peaceful, tranquil haven and a great place to unwind and relax.
Why not come and de-stress with a soak in our 8 person Hot Tub - located in the grounds with stunning countryside views and a glimpse of the sea.
We have ample parking on site. Private gardens for each barn. 10 acres of our own pasture land. Free WiFi
Lovely welcome pack on arrival which includes eggs from our free range hens and local Cornish produce.
Pet owners: While we all love our own pets, we prefer to keep the barns pet free.
Please arrange for your four legged friends to have their own holiday while you are here.
We look forward to welcoming you to Cornwall, so please check the availability page and get in touch.
Graham & Jane
East Trenean Farm circa. 1900
Note the bowler hats !