Trevow was lovingly renovated and refurbished in 2014 providing a holiday home from home to an exceptional standard. Set in a terrace of cottages and less than one minute walk to a winner of the CAMRA pub of the year, The North Inn Pub.
We bought Trevow in June 2014. We spent six months carefully overseeing its transformation from a beautiful, but tired, damp, cold miner’s cottage into the comfortable home you find today. The entire house was gutted down to the original granite stone and then bit by bit, rebuilt and refurbished.
We wanted some luxuries and a lot of comfort. We hope you find everything you need, but are always looking out for ideas. The cottage includes super broadband wifi, HD Smart TV, central heating, sumptuous honeymoon shower, a log burning stove, king sized sleigh bed in the master room, recently landscaped rear garden space, along with many, many more touches.
Downstairs finds the living room, kitchen, and bathroom to the rear of the property, whilst upstairs brings you two singles and a master bedroom. We provide a cot, high chair and additional bed to sleep 5.
There is ample parking to the front and to the rear of the cottage. The cottage is the perfect base for you to explore this beautiful part of Western Cornwall. Trevow is steeped in history, but many modern comforts and extra special features are provided to make your holiday as enjoyable as possible. Visit Geevor or Levant Tin & Copper mine, Cornwall's No1 Mining Centre, both within walking distance, where many scenes from the recent BBC Series 'Poldark' were shot. At Geevor you can take an underground tour, at Levant, experience the Beam steam engine. Pendeen has its very own lighthouse and you can walk to it from the cottage, on misty days you can even hear it boom. Ancient Monuments are easily found. Just 10 mins drive from the cottage, will bring you two of the most well known – Men-an-Tol and Lanyon Quoit, up on the moors where you can get the most wonderful views too. National Trust properties abound, particularly Trengwainton Gardens at Madron and magical St Michael’s Mount in Mount’s Bay, Penzance, are nearby and wonderful places to explore. Galleries everywhere, painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery and more. Penlee House Museum in Penzance, features work from the famous ‘Newlyn School’ and Lamorna group of artists (1800-1930). Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum house exciting Contemporary Art collections, and are just another reason to visit the fascinating harbour-town of St Ives, a jewel in the rugged north coast. A must is a visit to the atmospheric cliff-top Minack Theatre at Porthcurno (a beautiful beach here too). Experience Shakespeare, a musical or even a Roald Dahl story, in the open air, under the stars. And of course coves, beaches and harbours, what Cornwall is famous for. Portheras Cove is the nearest, a secluded sandy cove only accessible by foot. Sennen beach in Whitesand Bay, a world renowned perfect place for surfing the waves. Mousehole, just over to the south is a picture-perfect harbour, not to be missed. Pendeen, has an excellent Village Stores, Cafe, Fish and Chip Shop, Post Office, Pottery and a Farmer's Market held the first and third Saturday every month, all within three minutes walking distance of the cottage. further information at www.cornish-holiday-cottage.co.uk