Set amongst rolling Cornish countryside in the heart of Cornwall and close to the South West Cost Path, Tregongeeves is a great base for a walking holiday. Set out on foot from our cottages, or drive just a few miles and pick your starting point, to walk some of the most picturesque places in the country.

Explore the area

Perfectly 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 on foot 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

From coastline to countryside

Discover Cornwall

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.

Walking spots

Experience Cornwall

So much choice

You’ll see the Cornish countryside from a unique perspective while on foot. Rolling fields and beachscapes look completely different when you’re immersed in them. From St Austell Bay to St Ives, or from Fowey to Flushing, no two places are the same. And the diversity of the Cornish landscape means no two visits will be the same.

Cornish beaches

Discover somewhere new

Where to start

Browse our walking books in the recreation room, many of which take in the South West Coast Path, which is easily accessible. Or take a look at our own list of tried-and-tested favourite walks within a 20-minute drive from Tregongeeves.

Walking spots

Get your walking boots on

Leave the car

Set out on foot from our cottages, take a stroll through Polgooth and follow the footpath for a couple of winding miles in some of Cornwall’s most picturesque countryside. Stop for lunch at the Polgooth Inn and choose from a range of cask ales or wines and a delicious, seasonal menu all the year round.

Local food

So much to see and do

Exploring Cornwall

A half-hour drive will take you to Bedruthan Steps or Trevose Head on the North Coast, or inland to Bodmin Moor. Further afield (but worth the journey if you have the time), a little over an hour in the car will take you as far as Kynance Cove, Porthcurno, or across to St Ives and the Hayle Estuary.

Where to go

Make memories

Go on an adventure

There’s no better feeling than reaching the top of a hill, looking down and just admiring the view and what you have accomplished. So why not make up some sandwiches, put on your wellies and go on your very own Cornish adventure.

Discover somewhere new

EXPLORE THE AREA

Perfectly 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 on foot 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

COASTLINE TO COUNTRYSIDE

Discover Cornwall

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.

Walking spots

EXPERIENCE CORNWALL

So much choice

You’ll see the Cornish countryside from a unique perspective while on foot. Rolling fields and beachscapes look completely different when you’re immersed in them. From St Austell Bay to St Ives, or from Fowey to Flushing, no two places are the same. And the diversity of the Cornish landscape means no two visits will be the same.

Cornish beaches

DISCOVER SOMEWHERE NEW

Where to start

Browse our walking books in the recreation room, many of which take in the South West Coast Path, which is easily accessible. Or take a look at our own list of tried-and-tested favourite walks within a 20-minute drive from Tregongeeves.

Walking spots

WALKING BOOTS READY

Leave the car

Set out on foot from our cottages, take a stroll through Polgooth and follow the footpath for a couple of winding miles in some of Cornwall’s most picturesque countryside. Stop for lunch at the Polgooth Inn and choose from a range of cask ales or wines and a delicious, seasonal menu all the year round.

Local food

SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO

Exploring Cornwall

A half-hour drive will take you to Bedruthan Steps or Trevose Head on the North Coast, or inland to Bodmin Moor. Further afield (but worth the journey if you have the time), a little over an hour in the car will take you as far as Kynance Cove, Porthcurno, or across to St Ives and the Hayle Estuary.

Where to go

MAKE MEMORIES

Go on an adventure

There’s no better feeling than reaching the top of a hill, looking down and just admiring the view and what you have accomplished. So why not make up some sandwiches, put on your wellies and go on your very own Cornish adventure.

Discover somewhere new

Perfect clifftop locations

Our favourite clifftop location to enjoy breakfast is the luxurious Lenwinnick Lodge in Newquay. It offers a great blend of relaxed dining with breathtaking views, and the waffles are highly recommended! Or, slightly further along the coast there’s the family-friendly Watergate Bay Beach Cafe which also offers great food and stunning views.

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.