The Farmhouse is the largest property in this collection, and enjoys its own lawned garden and sitting-out area.
Ground Floor:Living room 1: With wood burner, Freeview TV, DVD player, beams and wooden floor.
Living room 2: With wood burner, Freeview TV and double sofa bed (for flexible sleeping arrangements).
Dining room: With beams and flagstone floor.
Kitchen 1: With breakfast area, electric cooker, oil Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, beams and flagstone floor.
Kitchen 2: With washing machine.
First Floor:Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and en-suite with bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet leading to…Bedroom 3: With single bed (for flexible sleeping arrangements), low ceiling and beams.
Bedroom 4: With double bed.
Bedroom 5: With twin beds (can be super kingsize on request).
Bedroom 6: With twin beds and double sofa bed (for flexible sleeping arrangements.
Bathroom: With bath and toilet. Oil central heating included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture.
Bligh (ref 30080) is a single-storey detached cottage and boasts beautiful views. It is decorated in a nautical theme, set slightly away from the other cottages and offers a marvellous hideaway for couples. Sit and enjoy the glorious surroundings from the raised decking.\n\nBraddon (ref 30081) is a single-storey cottage, once part of the open feeding area for the cattle, and is named after William Braddon, who owned and rebuilt Treworgie in 1654. The terrace to the rear of the cottage is a wonderful vantage point to appreciate the spectacular views and tranquillity of Cornwall. Braddon has its own raised deck for enjoying the glorious surroundings.\n\nFarmhouse (ref 30082) is a perfect base for a larger group or family. Sleeping up to twelve guests, the Farmhouse offers space and flexibility and is sympathetically furnished to complement the traditional features of the property. It has an oil Aga, and an electric cooker in the second kitchen.\n\nChappell (ref 30083) is a cosy, single-storey Cornish holiday cottage with a lovely view across the landscaped courtyard. Chappell, once part of the open feeding area for the cattle, has been tastefully restored into holiday accommodation and has been named after a previous owner of Treworgie in the 16th century.\n\nButterwell (ref 30084) is an ‘upside-down’ cottage enjoying magnificent views across the rolling countryside, with a tantalizing glimpse of Dartmoor in the distance. Originally, the ground floor formed part of the dairy, and the first floor formed part of the granary. It has now been lovingly restored into a bright, contemporary cottage with its own balcony, great for enjoying the glorious surroundings from the comfort of your own cottage. Trespaddick (ref 30085) is a comfortable two-storey holiday cottage with beams throughout and has been converted from what was originally part of the stables, retaining some of its original features. Now, it enjoys delightful countryside views of Cornwall and to the distant sea from its own private patio. It also has its own raised deck so you can sit and enjoy the glorious surroundings. Warner (ref 30086) is a cosy, spacious cottage offering a traditional Cornish experience. It enjoys double aspect views from the living room and bedroom, and boasts two decked balcony areas.\n\nManor (ref 30087), is a detached two storey holiday cottage, adjacent to the Farmhouse. Previously the tractor and machinery store, the cottage has been restored and is named after the Manor of Treworgie that once stood in the field behind at the rear. Priory (ref 30088) is a spacious ’upside-down’ cottage and enjoys superb views across the rolling Cornish countryside from the upstairs living room. A lovely suntrap is provided by a south facing terrace to the rear. Previously, the ground floor formed a significant part of the dairy, and the first floor a section of the granary. The cottage was named after the Priory of St Stephens at Launceston (owners of Treworgie between 1288 -1540).\n\nDuchy (ref 30089) is also an ‘upside-down’ cottage and takes full advantage of the stunning views of Cornwall. It hs been very comfortably furnished and enjoys its own patio.\n\nMyll (ref 30090) is named after the Myll family, who owned Treworgie from the early 1500s to 1593 and was once part of the stable block. The double bed in the master bedroom has been accommodated within the original stable stalls, and the terrace and raised decking are wonderful vantage points to appreciate the views and tranquillity of the glorious Cornwall countryside. Beach 2 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.