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Romantic cottages for couples

Unwind and relax in front of a real open fire, or log burner


  • Farmer Melanie is often hatching...
  • ...these are turkey poults...
  • ...just a few days old.
  • Our fully grown turkeys
  • We have two miniature Shetland ponies, Frankie and Snowflake...
  • Snowflake having a walk around...
  • ...being led...
  • ...and groomed.
  • Our Kune Kune pigs like company too.
  • Puddle ducks...
  • ...and Muscovey ducks...
  • ...and sometimes ducklings!
  • Our tame lambs like to be led on a halter...
  • ...and bottle fed milk...
  • ...always popular with children...
  • ...and grown ups too.
  • Guinea Pigs are easy to care for...
  • ...and love the attention.
  • We have two pigmy goats too - Badger and Foxy...
  • ...and a small herd of Dexter cattle.

Location

We love all of Cornwall, but we really do believe our location is special. A mile away from main roads, we overlook the Little Petherick Creek, which runs into the beautiful Camel Estuary. It is only a 4 mile drive into Padstow, but what we love best about our location is the 2.5m walk into Padstow - around 45 minutes if you don't stop too much to admire the view. The walk goes along a small stretch of our lane, then from footpaths onto the Camel Trail which has fabulous views over the Camel Estuary to Rock. Or you can access the footpath that runs by the Little Petherick creek from our 'strip of land'. The Little Petherick Creek is really, really beautiful. Walk one way to Padstow, or the other to Little Petherick and then along the Saints Way (the popular Padstow - Fowey footpath) into Padstow. With two ways to walk into Padstow you can do a stunning circular walk. There are many more walking options from Trevorrick and we can give you lots of ideas. Maps are available to purchase. For those walking the coastal path there is a regular bus service into the village of St Issey.

Eating out

There are many wonderful restaurants to choose from in Padstow, and of course there are Rick Stein's 3 restaurants You can have a Rick Stein experience without breaking the budget at Rick Stein's cafe (informal eating, bistro style), next comes St Petrocs Hotel, but for the full works there is The Seafood Restaurant. All restaurants take bookings in advance. The Seafood Restaurant in particular must be booked well in advance. However, you don't need to go as far as Padstow to eat. We are lucky to have two good eating establishments within a mile. The Pickwick Inn is half a mile along our lane and has a large bar area and restaurant. In the village The Ring O'Bells is our friendly community pub, also with bar area and restaurant and also offers a small takeaway menu. You can arrange (via us) to pick up a daily newspaper from the Ring O'Bells. Menus for both are available in the cottages.

Wildlife

Around the farm at night you can often hear the 'tuit tu-woo' of Tawney Owls calling and the screech from Barn Owls. We have been fortunate having Barn Owls use one of our nest boxes for the last ten years on more. Towards the creek are numerous Badger setts and along the creek you may glimpse a Kingfisher, spot an Otter or watch the wading birds. Along the Camel Trail, there is a bird watching hide too.


Touring Cornwall

Trevorrick Farm is about 2 miles from the A39 Atlantic Highway. This not only provides easy access to other towns and villages on the north coast, but provides easy access to the A30 and the west of Cornwall. Falmouth, Penzance and St Ives are only an hours drive away and the Eden project only 35 minutes away. Gift aid the price of your ticket to Eden and you can visit again in the next 12 months free of charge.