Whether you're visiting us to go walking, sightseeing or simply relax and enjoy some quiet time in our idyllic surroundings, a stay at Tregongeeves is the ultimate opportunity to switch off and enjoy what Cornwall has to offer. Our luxury farm cottages are perfectly situated in the Cornish countryside and come with those welcoming flourishes to make it the perfect place to enjoy a short break at your own pace.

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 all our guests are treated to a cream tea on arrival with Judith’s homemade scones.

Our cottages

Perfect for exploring

Ideally located

With the Cornish coast and historic town of St Austell on our doorstep, and so many other lovely places just a short drive away, exploring Cornwall is really easy from Tregongeeves Farm Cottages. Every part of the county is within easy reach and the village amenities of a shop and country pub are within walking distance.

Explore the area

Stunning sandy beaches

Cornish beaches

Some of the most beautiful bays in Cornwall are just a short drive away. Right on our doorstep we have Porthpean and Pentewan. And if you fancy exploring slightly further afield, there are many beautiful beaches within easy reach of Tregongeeves, including Perranporth and the golden beaches of Newquay on the North Coast.

Discover the beaches

Perfect for a Sunday stroll

Local walks

With 4oo miles of spectacular coastal path, a number of heritage sites, unspoilt woodlands, rugged moors and areas of outstanding natural beauty to discover in Cornwall, you certainly won’t run out of places to explore on foot at Tregongeeves. There’s always somewhere new to discover and a new trail to find.

The best walking spots

Sample local produce

Food & drink

If you’re a bit of a foodie, then Cornwall’s definitely the place for you, and Tregongeeves is surrounded by some really great places to eat and drink – many with a sea view. From freshly caught crab to Cornish pasties, and from locally grown asparagus to our famous Cream Teas, we’ve got it all.

Great local food

Stunning scenery

Gardens & forests

As well as the Eden Project, we have the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan just 15 minutes away, and down the road is Pinetum Gardens, a colourful three-acre garden that’s designed like a rose. Cardinham Woods is 30 minutes away and has lots to offer all ages – whether you fancy a walk, a cycle ride, picnic, barbecue or just a coffee in Woods Café.

Explore the area

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 all our guests are treated to a cream tea on arrival with Judith’s homemade scones.

Our cottages

Perfect for exploring

Ideally located

There are so many fantastic family-friendly attractions in Cornwall. Right on our doorstep, the historic harbour village of Charlestown is one of our favourite family days out. The world-famous Eden Project is also just down the road from us, offering a fun-packed calendar of events to entertain kids throughout the year.

Latest Offers

Stunning sandy beaches

Cornish beaches

Some of the most beautiful bays in Cornwall are just a short drive away. Right on our doorstep we have Porthpean and Pentewan. And if you fancy exploring slightly further afield, there are many beautiful beaches within easy reach of Tregongeeves, including Perranporth and the golden beaches of Newquay on the North Coast.

Discover the beaches

Take a stroll

Local walks

With 4oo miles of spectacular coastal path, a number of heritage sites, unspoilt woodlands, rugged moors and areas of outstanding natural beauty to discover in Cornwall, you certainly won’t run out of places to explore on foot at Tregongeeves. There’s always somewhere new to discover and a new trail to find.

The best walking spots

Sample local produce

Food & drink

If you’re a bit of a foodie, then Cornwall’s definitely the place for you, and Tregongeeves is surrounded by some really great places to eat and drink – many with a sea view. From freshly caught crab to Cornish pasties, and from locally grown asparagus to our famous Cream Teas, we’ve got it all.

Great local food

Stunning scenery

Gardens & forests

As well as the Eden Project, we have the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan just 15 minutes away, and down the road is Pinetum Gardens, a colourful three-acre garden that’s designed like a rose. Cardinham Woods is 30 minutes away and has lots to offer all ages – whether you fancy a walk, a cycle ride, picnic, barbecue or just a coffee in Woods Café.

Explore the area

Don't fancy cooking?

No cooking? No problem! A meal at the relaxed, family-friendly Sam’s on the Beach in nearby Polkerris comes with one of the best sea views in Cornwall. For fine dining there’s the Michelin starred Driftwood just 30 minutes down the coast from Tregongeeves. Or, if you would rather stay closer to home, try The Kingswood Bar and Restaurant which is just up the road.

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.