Tretawn Farmhouse is a magnificent 16th / 17th century dwelling, Grade II listed with Elizabethan panelling lining the entrance hall and large reception rooms with stone fire places, wood burning stoves and comfortable sofas, this property oozes charm and decadence in equal measure. Surrounded by an expansive lawned garden with spacious terrace and private woodland there is plenty of space for your family to run around and explore. One of the outbuildings has been converted to house a covered, heated, private swimming pool and a games room with snooker and ping pong tables, a holiday here will have you booking again for your next family gathering.
With excellent access to the A39, all of the delights of the north Cornwall coast are within easy reach. The golden sandy beaches are plentiful from Trebarwith Strand to Newquay and you are thoroughly spoilt for choice. The quaint fishing village of Port Isaac is 10 minutes away and is famed for being an artist's retreat and a film location for the likes of Doc Martin and Poldark. Padstow, and Rock, on the opposite bank of the Camel Estuary are both well worth a visit and there is a plethora of restaurants to suit all tastes, from Michelin starred fine dining to cosy Cornish pubs with great home cooked food.