The Threshing Barn
The Threshing Barn has been converted to a comfortable holiday cottage with a beautiful vaulted living area, original stone walls and timber beams.
Modern decoration throughout, packed with bags of character and charm.
Secluded private sunny front garden, all surrounded by mature trees and flower beds.
Sleeps up to 6 guests.
Three double bedrooms, all with zip-link singles which can be made up as super king doubles or as twins, just let us know your preference.
Living Area has 2 sofas, an armchair, coffee table, dining table and 6 chairs, flat screen TV and DVD, wood burner with logs.
Fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, fridge/freezer, dish-washer, toaster, kettle and microwave. Tea-towels provided.
Utility Room with Washing Machine, sink, iron and ironing board.
Modern family bathroom with shower cubicle, bath, toilet, basin, heated towel rail. Main bedroom has en-suite with toilet, basin & large shower cubicle.
Linen and towels provided (but please bring your own beach towels)
East Trenean Farm
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
Top Traveller Review
About the Owner
About Ian Farr
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
Why Ian Farr chose Looe
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.
What makes this barn unique
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.
We ask for a 25% deposit at the time of making the booking and full payment 6 weeks prior to arrival.
We also require a security deposit of £100 (payable with the balance of the rent) - in case of damages to the property. This is returnable following completion of your holiday provided there is no damage.
Full terms are contained in our booking conditions.
We are happy to accept short breaks outside of the school holidays.
4 Days: 70%, 3 Days: 60%, 2 Days 50% of the weekly rate.
Changeover day is: Saturday
However, we are flexible during low season and can offer short breaks and flexible arrival and departure days. Please telephone or email with your preferred dates for a short stay quotation.
Notes on prices:
Prices are all per week including linen, towels and weekly cleaning.
A security deposit of £100 will be required when paying the final balance of the rent. The same to be returned on departure in accordance with our terms and conditions.
During school holidays, we book on a weekly basis. Outside of school holidays we are open to weekends / long weekends / mid week breaks.
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4 Days: 70%, 3 Days: 60%, 2 Days 50% of the weekly rate.
(9 traveller reviews)
We had a brilliant time at the The Threshing Barn. It had everything we needed, fantastic welcome pack and we would have no hesitation in booking again and again. The hot tub was an added bonus.
Beautiful quality accommodation
We stayed 6 nights at the end of May 2016 as a couple. The quality and size of accommodation was first class, everything well thought out, the location beautiful (lovely views) and convenient. The owner's very kindly accepted delivery of our online shop which arrived before we did and unpacked this for us into the fridge/freezer etc. We also had a lovely and very useful welcome basket of goodies! We found the location very convenient for visiting places of interest in that part of Cornwall. Wish our visit had been longer and would love to return. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone.
Perfect in every way!
The threshing barn exceeded all expectations! The barn is spacious and spotless. We had booked a food delivery and Brenda kindly offered to unpack it before we arrived! We were also greeted with a delicious hamper of homemade goodies. The barn is set is a beautiful location with a hot tub over looking the countryside. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend staying here and would love to make a return visit in the future
Wonderful holiday home
Recently stayed in Threshing Barn with the family for a long weekend. Wonderfully maintained barn, beautifully equipped. Hosts excellent, left a lovely basket of tasty treats for us. Lovely hot tub with great views. Without hesitation I would stay again.
East Trenean Farm - large barn
Beautiful barn with excellent cooker and fully equipped kitchen. Fabulous beds and luxurious bedding. We were tired and wanted space and luxury - we got both here. Wonderful owners made us very welcome. Beautiful gardens and alpacas!
Beautiful holiday accommodation
Accommodation is beautiful. We stayed as a family of three generations and felt the Threashing Barn was very spacious meeting all our needs.
Lovely to have a utility room fully equipped and a washing line in the private sunny garden.
We really enjoyed the hot tub after a busy day and the booking for this was very simple, remember to take extra towels for this and a fluffy dressing gown!
We had a gorgeous welcome basket with the most divine ginger cake, local cider and fresh farm eggs. Even some milk and tea bags so we didn't have to wait for our Tesco shopping.
We had some great days out, Looe and its beach, Seaton beach, Hannafore, some coastal walks to Talland bay, Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Michaels Mount, Plymouth, Trago Mills, Fowey, Polperro and Liskeard where we did a heritage trail which was really interesting.
We would definitely stay here again and recommend it to you.
From the Owner
“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.”
Activity and Interests
3.5 miles (7 minutes drive) to Looe.
Exeter airport 62 miles. Newquay airport 35 miles.
Looe rail station is 3 miles, Liskeard (mainline station) 5 miles.
Trains run regularly to/from London Paddington.
Cross channel port at Plymouth, 18 miles.
Road access from all parts of the UK is easy via the M5 to Exeter and then the Devon Expressway (A38) to Plymouth.
Exeter to Widegates is 69 miles and takes approximately 1¼ hours.
Our private lane leads directly to the B3253 - no winding single track roads to find us, but still secluded and peaceful.
Looe 3.5 miles (7 mins), Polperro 7 miles (15 mins), Fowey 24 miles (35 mins), Plymouth 18 miles (30 mins), Padstow 36 miles (45 mins), Newquay 37 miles (1 hour), Truro 41 miles (1 hour).
Farm shop 1 mile (4 mins). Small post office/general store 1 mile (3 mins). Pub/restaurant (Copley Arms) at Hessenford 1.6 miles (4 mins).
East Trenean Farm is in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) among beautiful rolling countryside but just 3.5 miles from the coast at Looe.
We are within easy reach of many of the excellent beaches on the south coast.
The south west coastal path is a must for walkers.
Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor are also within easy reach for the more adventurous walkers.
Watersports are available at many of the beaches and fishing is popular from Looe.
In addition to the excellent beach and fishing, Looe benefits from an broad range of shops, taverns, restaurants, and galleries catering to all budgets.
The thriving University city of Plymouth is 30 minutes away with its lively nightlife on the Barbican, great shopping at the new Drake Circus centre, world famous Aquarium, views over the Sound from the Hoe, numerous marinas and boat yards.
In the opposite direction, Fowey, St Austell, Bodmin, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are all within easy reach.
The National Trust look after miles of near-by coast and countryside from Whitsand to Polperro and have their own car parks to strike out from.
The nearest NT properties include ANTONY, the early 18th-century mansion and gardens (used as the film set for Alice in Wonderland) at Torpoint (8.5 miles), COTEHELE MILL, the working water mill and workshops near Saltash (10.7 miles), COTEHELE, the Tudor house, gardens, quay and estate near Saltash (11.1 miles), LANHYDROCK, the magnificent late Victorian country house with gardens and wooded estate near Bodmin (12.6 miles), BUCKLAND ABBY, the over 700 year old Abby - part museum, part house with orchards and woodland at Yelverton (14.1 miles), SALTRAM HOUSE the magnificent Georgian house with it's opulent Robert Adam interiors (14.7 miles). LAWRENCE HOUSE the beautiful Georgian town house, now a museum in Castle Street, Launceston (17.2 miles).
Many more within easy drive throughout Devon and Cornwall
From the Owner
“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.”
- Away From It All
- Hair Dryer
- Heating ...
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided ...
- Living Room
- Towels Provided ...
- Washing Machine
- Wood Stove
- Coffee Maker ...
- Dishes & Utensils
- Oven ...
- Refrigerator ...
- Child's Highchair
- Dining Area
- DVD Player
Pool / Spa
- Hot Tub ...
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- near the sea
- bird watching
- horse riding
- paddle boating
- scenic drives
- sight seeing
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
- deepsea fishing
- freshwater fishing
- bay fishing
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, Bath has hand held shower mixer attachment.
- En-suite shower. - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, Shower, toilet, basin and heated towel rail.
- Toilet 1 - Toilet, Toilet is on the same level as the living accommodation.
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Golf ...
- Notes on accommodation: All have modern central heating and wood burning stoves in the living room. All have access to a patio area and a BBQ. Linen and towels provided (but please bring your own beach towels). Changeover day is Saturday for all three barns. During school holidays, we book on a weekly basis. However, outside of school holidays we are open to weekends / long weekends / mid week breaks. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred dates for a short break price. Outside: A secure parking area is provided adjacent to the barns. Each barn has it's own private front garden with level lawn and garden furniture. The Water Mill also has it's own pond (fenced and gated from the front garden). Each barn has a small south facing patio with access to and overlooking the courtyard behind the farm house. Guests are welcome to explore the 10 acres of mainly pasture land and to visit the chickens, ducks and sheep which roam the grounds. This is no longer a working farm, but the fields are usually occupied by our neighbours sheep. There is a small duck pond on the land which is fenced and gated. We have a playground with swing and trampoline (with safety cage) in the field behind the farm house and a few (adult) push bikes available to borrow. The Hot Tub is situated in the grounds of the farmhouse and is available for all of our guests to use. We operate an informal chalkboard booking system to hold a timed slot.