Cornwall is famous for its traditional cider, St Austell ales and Cornish wines – and, with stunning views across the coast and rolling countryside, it’s the perfect setting in which to enjoy a glass of something chilled on a warm evening, or sip tea whilst watching the waves roll in and the world go by...

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Our Local

The closest spot to head out for a drink is our village pub, The Polgooth Inn. This is a popular, friendly pub with a great food and beer selection, and is just a 10-15 minute walk from Tregongeeves. *Photo from Polgooth Inn

Local walks nearby

Perfect place to relax

Cornish Taverns

There are plenty of pubs within a short drive of Tregongeeves. Mevagissey, just 15 minutes away, has a number of great places to go for a drink, including the traditional Kings Arms, and the Harbour Tavern with its stunning harbour views.

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St Austell Ales

St Austell is famous for its ales, and the popular Hicks Bar at the St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre serves their award-winning ales alongside their own coffee and locally sourced food. Mr Small’s Cornish Taphouse is also a popular café and micropub set in the heart of St Austell and certainly worth a visit at any time of the day.

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Traditional Inns

Slightly further afield, in Fowey, there’s the Lugger Inn, a traditional Cornish pub serving home cooked food and St Austell ales, and the King of Prussia, a 4-star inn where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Fowey Estuary (you can’t miss this one – it’s painted pink!)

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Local food and drink

Cafes & Bars

Falmouth is always popular with our visitors – and we know why! It’s colourful and quaint with fantastic views across open water. There are some lovely new cafes and coffee shops, The Kings (a bistro-style bar and live music venue) and the award-winning Star and Garter gastropub – all less than an hour away from Tregongeeves.

Stay with the family

Make sure you visit

Our Local

The closest spot to head out for a drink is our village pub, The Polgooth Inn. This is a popular, friendly pub with a great food and beer selection, and is just a 10-15 minute walk from Tregongeeves.

*Photo from Polgooth Inn

Local walks

Perfect place to relax

Cornish Taverns

There are plenty of pubs within a short drive of Tregongeeves. Mevagissey, just 15 minutes away, has a number of great places to go for a drink, including the traditional Kings Arms, and the Harbour Tavern with its stunning harbour views.

Stay for a weekend

Sample local produce

St Austell Ales

St Austell is famous for its ales, and the popular Hicks Bar at the St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre serves their award-winning ales alongside their own coffee and locally sourced food. Mr Small’s Cornish Taphouse is also a popular café and micropub set in the heart of St Austell and certainly worth a visit at any time of the day.

Discover local food

Embrace local history

Traditional Inns

Slightly further afield, in Fowey, there’s the Lugger Inn, a traditional Cornish pub serving home cooked food and St Austell ales, and the King of Prussia, a 4-star inn where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Fowey Estuary (you can’t miss this one – it’s painted pink!)

Stay with your dog

Local food and drink

Cafes & Bars

Falmouth is always popular with our visitors – and we know why! It’s colourful and quaint with fantastic views across open water. There are some lovely new cafes and coffee shops, The Kings (a bistro-style bar and live music venue) and the award-winning Star and Garter gastropub – all less than an hour away from Tregongeeves.

Stay with the family

A real family farm...

Meet Pickles the pony, give the donkeys a brush down, say hello to our sheep and collect eggs fresh from the chickens for your breakfast. Outside space at Tregongeeves is enclosed so young family members can explore safely. And we have a range of equipment to make a family break as easy as possible – no need to bring the toy box with you.

Coronavirus Update – 24th March

We wanted to give you a quick update if you’ve booked with us or are wanting to in the coming months.

At the moment we are closed until the end of April and will continue to monitor the situations.  This is to ensure we can do our bit in helping to stop the spread of the virus – now is a time to stay at home and spend time with family there.  If you have a holiday booked with us or have any questions then please do give us a call or send us an email to mail@tregongeeves.co.uk

 Whilst now isn’t the time for you to come to Cornwall, it’ll still be here when we get through this – we’ll see you again.

Take care and stay healthy

Judith and Family.