Tremaine Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

Awarded AA 4 Star Gold - Farmhouse accommodation 2015.

 The Farmhouse

A warm welcome awaits visitors to Tremaine Farm Bed and Breakfast accommodation run by Rosemary Philp.

Tremaine Farm, is the perfect setting for a holiday in Cornwall. The farmhouse is complemented by peaceful mature gardens, which encourages birds, butterflies and wildlife for you to enjoy during your stay.

Robbie and Charlie our collie sheepdogs are always on hand to greet our guests if they are not out tending our flock of 300 sheep which graze the lush green fields.  Many of our guests have walked across our farm on the footpath that links the villages of Pelynt and Lanreath and admired the  panoramic views and spectacular sunsets.

Tremaine Farm is a working farm growing many acres of cereals as well as agricultural contracting. You may even be able to experience the tractors and combine harvester in action at harvest time.

Lanreath has a 14th Century Church and small village shop.  Pelynt has 2 well stocked village shops, a post office and cash machine within the Spar shop. Tea room, a hairdresser, The Hive gift shop has locally crafted gifts, as well as the Jubilee Inn  with a restaurant providing local, freshly prepared meals. An abundance of excellent local restaurants only a short drive away in Looe, Polperro and Fowey.

With stunning coastal footpaths and sandy beaches and coves to panoramic countryside spaces for you to explore.  Cornwall has a wealth of amazing attractions to suit all.  The Eden Project, St Mellion International Golf, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and beautiful National Trust properties and gardens of Lanhydrock, Cotehele and Antony each with a unique story to tell.

Follow the filming locations of Captain Ross Poldark and explore Bodmin Moor where Nampara Cottage sets the scene or visit Charlestown Harbour.  The tin mines are located along the North coast near St Just.  The mines really are amazing to see, just imagine the work by the men, women and young children that once took place.

For the Doc Martin fans, series 7 is now being filmed at Port Isaac until the end of July, s you may even get a glimpse of Martin Clunes in action before the new series is screened in the Autumn.

The Author Rosamunde Pilcher was born in 1924 in a little Cornish village of Lelant, just a few miles away.  Many of her stories are set in the surrounding landscape of her childhood home of Lelant and Fowey. Read her books and trace her footsteps.

 The near by harbour towns and villages of Looe, Polperro and Fowey have a plentiful supply of pubs and restaurants to cater for all tastes, indulge in local freshly prepared dishes while on your Cornish holiday.

Walk the coastal footpath from Looe to Polperro and enjoy a cream tea in one of the beach cafes on the way at  picturesque Talland Bay.  Why not take a boat trip to Looe Island or mackerel fishing for that little something extra.

 Book your stay today at Tremaine Farm:
Telephone:- 01503 220417
Or email:- rosemary@tremainefarm.co.uk

See our presentation in Aspire Magazine 2012 (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 


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