Tregony Cornwall


  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Vose FarmVose Farm – Six Deluxe Holiday Cottages

      Tregony
      Six deluxe holiday cottages near to beach Eden Project, Mevagissey and local attractions. Set in 85 acres of farmland with magnificent panoramic views. Each cottage has fenced garden, patio, bbq and parking area. Fully equipped with free wifi. Just over 2 miles from the beach. Hazel and Willow Cottage are disabled friendly. Cottages sleep from 2 to 6.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Higher Kestle Farm CampsiteHigher Kestle Farm Campsite near Mevagissey

      St Ewe and Polmassick
      On Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, this Caravan and Camping Certified Site is just 1.5 miles from the picturesque fishing village of Mevagissey, and has a wooded walk leading to the renowned Lost Gardens of Heligan. Higher Kestle boasts beautiful views of rolling countryside, woodland and wildlife and has 5 caravan pitches and numerous tent pitches, set in a couple of acres of level and gently sloping ground.

    • Meadow Lakes Country Holiday ParkMeadow Lakes Country Holiday Park

      Hewaswater
      Set within 56 acres of beautiful meadows, woodlands and lakes, Meadow Lakes is an award winning, family run Holiday Park in Cornwall. Ideally located in St. Austell to discover everything that Cornwall has to offer. Choose from caravans, cottages and traditional or luxury lodges, or Camping Pods and Cosy Cabins to rent – for the ultimate Glamping experience. We also offer facilities for touring caravans, motorhomes and campers!

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Ancient ShipbrokersAncient Shipbrokers

      Pentewan
      Cradled between the sea and rolling hills, our 4* Victorian guest house offers twin, superking and single rooms in the pretty coastal village of Pentewan. AA Gold Star Award. The 1km beach and harbour are 2 minutes’ walk. Eat at the Ship Inn, Jude’s Brasserie or Driftwood Bistro. Cycle hire and coastal path nearby. Free parking. Sit with drinks or a picnic in our beautiful guests’ garden and see the view!

    • PentewanPentewan Bed and Breakfast – Thorncliffe

      Pentewan
      Everything you can want for an enjoyable holiday. Home from home, relaxed friendly atmosphere, and the best breakfast (just look in the visitors book on our website). Situated in picturesque Pentewan near St Austell, overlooking old harbour and large safe beach. Excellent local restaurants and the pub within 25 staggers. 10 minutes drive to Mevagissey.

    Hotels

    • Trenython Manor HotelTrenython Manor Hotel

      Fowey
      A multi-award winning grand hotel set in 24 acres with stunning countryside and sea views. Overlooking St Austell Bay, Trenython Manor is a Victorian mansion house offering you a tranquil haven in which to relax and be pampered. Extensive leisure facilities include a spa and relaxing indoor heated pool. Close to Fowey, the Eden Project, Heligan and lovely beaches on the South Coast of Cornwall.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • The Lost Gardens of HeliganThe Lost Gardens of Heligan

      Mevagissey
      Lost Gardens of Heligan has over 200 acres of superb working Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and fruithouses, and 22-acre subtropical jungle, are just some of the delights of this ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage CentreCharlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre

      Charlestown
      The Shipwreck and historical artefacts on display in the centre are the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe. Brought together over the last 45 to 50 years, it forms the basis of one of the most unusual and interesting collections open to the public. There are countless items from a bygone age as well as artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • World of Model RailwaysWorld of Model Railways

      Mevagissey
      Trains run through finely detailed scenery with many moving accessories including fairground, steam roller, boats, chimney sweep, skiers and cable cars. Authentic ‘scratch built’ BR(S) London Transport station, cycle race, model maze (try and solve it!).

    • Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & MuseumWheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & Museum

      St Austell
      A totally different day out – 26 acres of fun and pleasure – Historic trail, nature trail, exhibitions, audio and visual show, children’s trail and play area, pottery, picnic areas, coffee shop and gift shop – Dogs on leads welcome. We are open every day except closed Mondays from January to end of March.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Porthpean Golf ClubPorthpean Golf Club

      Porthpean
      Porthpean Golf Club is a relaxed and informal club. Regardless of whether you are an individual, a small party, or looking to organise corporate events, we can offer a variety of packages tailored to meet your individual requirements.

    • Killiow Golf CourseKilliow Golf Course

      Truro
      Set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards. The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amonst the mature trees, the natural water features and the indigenous wildlife, which includes buzzards, swallows, woodpeckers, jays, dragonflies and of course rabbits.

    • Carlyon Bay Golf ClubCarlyon Bay Golf Club

      Carlyon Bay
      The first nine holes of the spectacular 6500 yard course stretches out along the cliff top, enjoying magnificent views of golden sands. Then the course turns inland through beautiful countryside scenery with many natural hazards including a disused mine shaft, making the course interesting and challenging for golfers of all handicaps. Golf Societies welcome – Hospitality days can be arranged.

    • Truro Golf ClubTruro Golf Club

      Truro
      Truro Golf Club, with its mature course set in a superb landscape was founded in 1937. In gently undulating and easy walking countryside and populated by mature trees, the course provides both a challenging test for low handicap players and enjoyable golf for all. A combination of attractively set fairways leading to some surprising slopes and borrows on slick summer greens makes for a course to delight members and visitors alike.

    • St Austell Golf ClubSt Austell Golf Club

      St Austell
      The course is an undulating parkland / heathland course which provides a test for both beginners and low handicappers alike. It is a Par 69 from the white and yellow tees and 72 from the reds. It comprises one par 5, thirteen par 4’s and four par 3’s but three of the men’s par 4’s are par 5’s for ladies. The course measures 6091 yards from the white tees and 5536 from the reds.

  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Vose FarmVose Farm – Six Deluxe Holiday Cottages

      Tregony
      Six deluxe holiday cottages near to beach Eden Project, Mevagissey and local attractions. Set in 85 acres of farmland with magnificent panoramic views. Each cottage has fenced garden, patio, bbq and parking area. Fully equipped with free wifi. Just over 2 miles from the beach. Hazel and Willow Cottage are disabled friendly. Cottages sleep from 2 to 6.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Higher Kestle Farm CampsiteHigher Kestle Farm Campsite near Mevagissey

      St Ewe and Polmassick
      On Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, this Caravan and Camping Certified Site is just 1.5 miles from the picturesque fishing village of Mevagissey, and has a wooded walk leading to the renowned Lost Gardens of Heligan. Higher Kestle boasts beautiful views of rolling countryside, woodland and wildlife and has 5 caravan pitches and numerous tent pitches, set in a couple of acres of level and gently sloping ground.

    • Meadow Lakes Country Holiday ParkMeadow Lakes Country Holiday Park

      Hewaswater
      Set within 56 acres of beautiful meadows, woodlands and lakes, Meadow Lakes is an award winning, family run Holiday Park in Cornwall. Ideally located in St. Austell to discover everything that Cornwall has to offer. Choose from caravans, cottages and traditional or luxury lodges, or Camping Pods and Cosy Cabins to rent – for the ultimate Glamping experience. We also offer facilities for touring caravans, motorhomes and campers!

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Ancient ShipbrokersAncient Shipbrokers

      Pentewan
      Cradled between the sea and rolling hills, our 4* Victorian guest house offers twin, superking and single rooms in the pretty coastal village of Pentewan. AA Gold Star Award. The 1km beach and harbour are 2 minutes’ walk. Eat at the Ship Inn, Jude’s Brasserie or Driftwood Bistro. Cycle hire and coastal path nearby. Free parking. Sit with drinks or a picnic in our beautiful guests’ garden and see the view!

    • PentewanPentewan Bed and Breakfast – Thorncliffe

      Pentewan
      Everything you can want for an enjoyable holiday. Home from home, relaxed friendly atmosphere, and the best breakfast (just look in the visitors book on our website). Situated in picturesque Pentewan near St Austell, overlooking old harbour and large safe beach. Excellent local restaurants and the pub within 25 staggers. 10 minutes drive to Mevagissey.

    Hotels

    • Trenython Manor HotelTrenython Manor Hotel

      Fowey
      A multi-award winning grand hotel set in 24 acres with stunning countryside and sea views. Overlooking St Austell Bay, Trenython Manor is a Victorian mansion house offering you a tranquil haven in which to relax and be pampered. Extensive leisure facilities include a spa and relaxing indoor heated pool. Close to Fowey, the Eden Project, Heligan and lovely beaches on the South Coast of Cornwall.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage CentreCharlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre

      Charlestown
      The Shipwreck and historical artefacts on display in the centre are the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe. Brought together over the last 45 to 50 years, it forms the basis of one of the most unusual and interesting collections open to the public. There are countless items from a bygone age as well as artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • The Lost Gardens of HeliganThe Lost Gardens of Heligan

      Mevagissey
      Lost Gardens of Heligan has over 200 acres of superb working Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and fruithouses, and 22-acre subtropical jungle, are just some of the delights of this ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

    • Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & MuseumWheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & Museum

      St Austell
      A totally different day out – 26 acres of fun and pleasure – Historic trail, nature trail, exhibitions, audio and visual show, children’s trail and play area, pottery, picnic areas, coffee shop and gift shop – Dogs on leads welcome. We are open every day except closed Mondays from January to end of March.

    • World of Model RailwaysWorld of Model Railways

      Mevagissey
      Trains run through finely detailed scenery with many moving accessories including fairground, steam roller, boats, chimney sweep, skiers and cable cars. Authentic ‘scratch built’ BR(S) London Transport station, cycle race, model maze (try and solve it!).

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Carlyon Bay Golf ClubCarlyon Bay Golf Club

      Carlyon Bay
      The first nine holes of the spectacular 6500 yard course stretches out along the cliff top, enjoying magnificent views of golden sands. Then the course turns inland through beautiful countryside scenery with many natural hazards including a disused mine shaft, making the course interesting and challenging for golfers of all handicaps. Golf Societies welcome – Hospitality days can be arranged.

    • Killiow Golf CourseKilliow Golf Course

      Truro
      Set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards. The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amonst the mature trees, the natural water features and the indigenous wildlife, which includes buzzards, swallows, woodpeckers, jays, dragonflies and of course rabbits.

    • Porthpean Golf ClubPorthpean Golf Club

      Porthpean
      Porthpean Golf Club is a relaxed and informal club. Regardless of whether you are an individual, a small party, or looking to organise corporate events, we can offer a variety of packages tailored to meet your individual requirements.

    • St Austell Golf ClubSt Austell Golf Club

      St Austell
      The course is an undulating parkland / heathland course which provides a test for both beginners and low handicappers alike. It is a Par 69 from the white and yellow tees and 72 from the reds. It comprises one par 5, thirteen par 4’s and four par 3’s but three of the men’s par 4’s are par 5’s for ladies. The course measures 6091 yards from the white tees and 5536 from the reds.

    • Truro Golf ClubTruro Golf Club

      Truro
      Truro Golf Club, with its mature course set in a superb landscape was founded in 1937. In gently undulating and easy walking countryside and populated by mature trees, the course provides both a challenging test for low handicap players and enjoyable golf for all. A combination of attractively set fairways leading to some surprising slopes and borrows on slick summer greens makes for a course to delight members and visitors alike.