Trenona Farm offers bed and breakfast accommodation and self catering cottages on a working farm on the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall
Trenona Farm is a farm of some 250 acres run by David and Pamela Carbis with their children Sarah and Paul. The farm has 200 beef cattle and 80 breeding ewes with 60 acres of cereal crops. Guests staying in the self catering accommodation or bed and breakfast, are welcome to see the animals and to explore the countryside using the footpath network to the coast (3 miles) or inland.
David runs his own farm machinery business on the farm, which started after successive awards in farm machinery invention competitions.
The farm has both woodlands and streams running through it. There is ample parking close to the house with room for boats and trailers and under cover storage for bicycles.
We aim to give our guests a warm welcome and provide a homely and relaxed atmosphere for your holiday. We welcome pets by arrangement.
The Roseland Peninsula is centrally located in Cornwall, on the South Coast, and is surrounded by rolling countryside and long sandy beaches. The area boasts many attractions, restaurants & pubs and activities, and is excellent for those keen on walking holidays. The Roseland Peninsula's mild climate makes visiting the area appealing all year round.
For the very latest bed and breakfast availability please phone us now on 01872 501339 from within the UK (or +44 (0) 1872 501339 if calling from abroad). Check the self catering cottages availability here.