Tregongeeves is in a great location for a golfing getaway in Cornwall, where rugged coastal courses, traditional hotels and bespoke resorts satisfy all golfing demands. Many courses also offer stunning views across countryside and coast, and plenty of opportunities to improve your game.

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Our local club

St Austell Golf Club is just down the road from Tregongeeves. The 18-hole course was designed by James Braid and this friendly club offers a warm welcome. Visitors to Tregongeeves benefit from a generous discount, and the club offers Pro and Assistant Pro tuition if you’re looking to improve your game.

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Other courses nearby

Nearby Courses

You don’t have to travel far from Tregongeeves to plan a really good golfing break in Cornwall. Carlyon Bay’s championship golf course is just 15 minutes up the road, Porthpean Golf Club is 10 minutes away, and Lanhydrock, one of the finest 18-hole golf courses in the South West, is just a half-hour drive from Tregongeeves.

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Your home away from home

A warm welcome

Whether you’ve travelled for an hour or for most of the day, you’ll be met with the warmest welcome. We’re your home away from home, with a few luxurious extras thrown in. Cotton linen is crisp and fresh with the Cornish air. And your welcome pack includes a cream tea and items to make a cooked breakfast in the morning.

Our cottages

Where you'll be staying

The cottages

With private courtyard spaces, a tennis court, and our own heated indoor pool, our self-catering farm cottages have been designed with a whole holiday in mind. We even take care to stock our kitchens with everyday items like tea towels. So all you need to worry about bringing is your golf clubs!

Our cottages

From fairway to food

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If all that golfing has worked up an appetite, then you’re certainly in the right place! From freshly caught crab to our famous Cream Teas and Cornish pasties, we’ve got it all. Enjoy a meal at Sam’s on the Beach in Polkerris with one of the best sea views in Cornwall. Or, if you would rather stay closer to home, try The Kingswood just up the road.

Places to eat

Great local ales

Cornish ales

If you’re heading out for a drink, our friendly local, The Polgooth Inn is a popular pub with a great food and beer selection, and is just a 10-15 minute walk from Tregongeeves. There are also plenty of bars & pubs a short drive away in St Austell – which is famous for its ales – or along the harbour front in Mevagissey.

*Image from The Polgooth Inn

Local pubs and bars

TEE OFF CLOSE BY

Our local club

St Austell Golf Club is just down the road from Tregongeeves. The 18-hole course was designed by James Braid and this friendly club offers a warm welcome. Visitors to Tregongeeves benefit from a generous discount, and the club offers Pro and Assistant Pro tuition if you’re looking to improve your game.

Stay for a weekend

OTHER COURSES NEARBY

Nearby Courses

You don’t have to travel far from Tregongeeves to plan a really good golfing break in Cornwall. Carlyon Bay’s championship golf course is just 15 minutes up the road, Porthpean Golf Club is 10 minutes away, and Lanhydrock, one of the finest 18-hole golf courses in the South West, is just a half-hour drive from Tregongeeves.

Stay with friends

YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME

A warm welcome

Whether you’ve travelled for an hour or for most of the day, you’ll be met with the warmest welcome. We’re your home away from home, with a few luxurious extras thrown in. Cotton linen is crisp and fresh with the Cornish air. And your welcome pack includes a cream tea and items to make a cooked breakfast in the morning.

Our cottages

WHERE YOU'LL BE STAYING

The cottages

With private courtyard spaces, a tennis court, and our own heated indoor pool, our self-catering farm cottages have been designed with a whole holiday in mind. We even take care to stock our kitchens with everyday items like tea towels. So all you need to worry about bringing is your golf clubs!

Our cottages

FROM FAIRWAY TO FOOD

Apres-golf

If all that golfing has worked up an appetite, then you’re certainly in the right place! From freshly caught crab to our famous Cream Teas and Cornish pasties, we’ve got it all. Enjoy a meal at Sam’s on the Beach in Polkerris with one of the best sea views in Cornwall. Or, if you would rather stay closer to home, try The Kingswood just up the road.

Places to eat

GREAT LOCAL ALES

Cornish ales

If you’re heading out for a drink, our friendly local, The Polgooth Inn is a popular pub with a great food and beer selection, and is just a 10-15 minute walk from Tregongeeves. There are also plenty of bars & pubs a short drive away in St Austell – which is famous for its ales – or along the harbour front in Mevagissey.

*Photo from The Polgooth Inn.

Local pubs and bars

Head out in the evening

The nearby town of Fowey is a superb foodie destination with no shortage of quality, independent places to eat – celebrating the best that our local, independent producers have to offer. River Mussels, gin and apple juice are all local to Fowey. And, if the promise of probably the best estuary views in the county isn’t enough to tempt you, then the many tea rooms and the thought of a cream tea should be!

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.