|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
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This ex Water Mill has been converted to a comfortable holiday cottage with a beautiful vaulted living area, original stone walls and timber beams. ,
Modern decoration packed with bags of character and charm.
Secluded private sunny garden with small fenced pond, all surrounded by mature trees and flower beds.
Sleeps up to 4 guests.
Two large bedrooms with zip-link beds, which can be either, king size doubles or twins.
All beds have extra long, high quality, pocket sprung, mattresses.
Living Area has a 3 seat sofa and one armchair, dining table and 4 chairs, flat screen TV and DVD, wood burner with logs.
Fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, fridge/freezer, dish-washer, toaster, kettle, microwave and tea-towels provided.
Utility Room with Washing Machine, sink, iron and ironing board.
Modern family shower room with large shower cubicle, toilet, basin, heated towel rail.
Linen and towels provided (but please bring your own beach towel.
More details on www.EastTreneanFarm.UK
Three of the 18th century, grade II listed barns here at East Trenean Farm were converted in 2010 to the highest standards. The one bedroomed Linhay was converted in 2015. They all offer comfortable accommodation with a modern 5 star interior.
Free Wi-fi in all properties.
The three larger barns have a "reverse level" layout with vaulted living rooms (Water Mill and Threshing Barn), wood burning stoves, modern well equipped kitchens, lovely bedrooms and bathrooms.
The Linhay is a single story building but has a few steps between the rooms. The lounge has a fireplace with electric fire.
All bedrooms have zip-link beds which can be used as 2 singles or a king size double (just let us know your preference when booking).
Each of the three barns has it's own private garden, a small south facing patio area overlooking the courtyard behind the farm house and access to the farm's 10 acres of gardens and pasture.
The newly converted Linhay has an enclosed patio/bbq area next to the courtyard and stunning views from the lounge and bedroom over the gardens and down the valley.
Whilst here, why not de-stress with a soak in our 8 person hot tub, situated in the grounds of the farmhouse with views across rolling countryside and a distant glimpse of the sea.
Please take a look at our web-site for full details. www.EastTreneanFarm.uk
Brenda and I moved to East Trenean Farm in February 2014. We met each other over 30 years ago when studying at Plymouth Polytechnic and fell in love with the area. Now, having spent too long as city dwellers, we have returned to the West Country to run East Trenean Farm.
We live in the main farm house and let the three 18th century, grade II listed stone barns and the recently converted Linhay. Each barn has it's own private garden, but also access to the farm's 10 acres of grounds.
The Farm's previous owners converted the three larger barns and we have converted the one remaining derelict barn into a comfortable one bedroom cottage - The Linhay.
This newly converted barn has stunning views from the lounge and bedroom over the gardens and down the valley. Please take a look at our web-site for details.
We look forward to welcoming you to our lovely hideaway in the Cornish countryside.
Ian Farr purchased this barn in 2014
We love this part of the country because of the great coastal paths and the proximity to wonderful sailing grounds along the south coast of Devon and Cornwall.
The barns have been converted in recent years and therefore benefit from the latest standards in terms of insulation, wiring and plumbing ! They are not draughty or damp. They have been decorated with a clean modern look, whilst retaining much of the character of the original some buildings.
The views to the south are wonderful and we have a distant glimpse of the sea.
It is wonderfully peaceful at East Trenean Farm, close to the coast, but not in the hustle and bustle of town.
The accommodation has been decorated and equipped to a luxurious standard, with natural stone walls, oak floors, original beams exposed and comfortable beds and sofas.
Our water is from our own bore-hole, so lovely soft spring water on tap.
Free range eggs available from our hens (subject to their ongoing co-operation).
WiFi in each barn, so stay in touch while away from it all (if you have to).
Log burning stoves in each barn other than the Linhay. All have central heating.
Relax in our 8 person hot tub with views over the farm and down the valley to the sea.
Entertain the children on the swings or the trampoline.
Richard P (9/1/2014 - Threshing Barn)
My girlfriend and I had the most unbelievable stay here. The photos provided do not do the barn justice, as we were stunned by its shere size and posture. The attention to detail is high class and the greeting hamper was a lovely touch and well needed after a long drive from London. Everything in the Barn is 5* plus and removing yourself from the amazing showers can be tough! We thoroughly recommend staying here and a visit to Polperro is a must. See you again soon x
Lisa Y (22/8/2013)
We enjoyed a two week stay at the wonderfully converted Watermill, fabulous accommodation, fantastic location. The Mill has been converted to a very high standard and provided everything we could possibly need and more. Our teenagers definitely enjoyed the benefit of free WiFi! We would definitely recommend the Watermill as an ideal base to explore both North and South Cornwall coasts as well as South Devon and hope to stay there again in the future.
We loved the barns - very high standard, friendly onsite owners and well located. Can't fault them!
Lovely place to stay - would highly recommend.
The cottage had all you need.
Owners friendly and very helpful - couldn't have wish for a more pleasant stay.
Thank You, Chris & Colin - Derby.
The Watermill is one of three beautifully restored cottages on East Trenean Farm. The property is split across two floors with the main living areas upstairs and the bedrooms below. The toilet is downstairs so this does mean a lot of stairs and not ideal for those with disabilities. We used the Watermill as a base for our family holiday and it was well appointed and clean, we had a nice welcome basket comprising homemade cake and bread as well as other local produce...a Cornish beer on arrival was a welcome gift.
The Watermill has its own oil fired boiler for central heating but also has a wood burner in the lounge although we didn't need it in July this would be great during the colder months. Outside is a private enclosed garden with a BBQ and picnic bench for sitting out enjoying the sunshine. Outside the bedroom doors is a further seating area in a courtyard location.
The hot tub is great after a busy day and is booked in 45 minutes slots on a first come, first served basis. The farm itself has its own resident duck and chickens roaming around the site and the gardens are a lovely feature with views over the hills to the sea.
Other than a couple of chats to the owners we were left to our own devices although they are only across the courtyard in the farm house should anything be required. The visitors information guide is worth a read giving some insight on places to go and where to eat out.
Booking with the owner was fast and efficient with great communication both before and after our visit. I cannot fault this as a relaxing and luxurious place for a holiday.