• Welcome to Trelew Farm B&B

    B&B in a 17th Century Farmhouse in stunning West Cornwall

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  • Enjoy Beautiful West Cornwall

    See iconic attractions on the idyllic Cornish coastline

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    Minack Theatre
  • Welcome to Trelew Farm B&B

    B&B in a 17th Century Farmhouse in stunning West Cornwall

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  • Certified Caravan Club Locations

    Visit the local harbours and watch the world go by!

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  • Start your day with our homecooked breakfast

    Then explore great walking on the South West Coast path

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Welcome to Trelew Farm B&B and Caravan Club Site

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Located just off the beaten track between Penzance and Land’s End, Trelew Farm offers you a peaceful countryside stay, within easy reach by car of all aspects of the stunning peninsular of West Cornwall.

Enjoy our 4-Star Bed & Breakfast for luxury and comfort, or bring your own B&B to stay in a Caravan Club Certified Location for 5 caravans.

Bed & Breakfast

Two 4-Star B&B Rooms sleeping 2-3 people with delicious home-cooked farmhouse breakfast

Caravan Club

Five Certified Caravan Club Locations in private farmer’s field with electric point, water and WiFi

Our Location

Quiet rural location close to stunning beaches, coastal path and local towns only 10 minutes’ away

Welcome to Trelew Farm B&B and Caravan Club

Explore the beauty of the far west of Cornwall from the relaxing and rejuvenating environment of Trelew Farm. We offer luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and have been providing farm holidays of excellent quality since 1994.

Choice of 2 Luxury B&B Rooms for 2-3 People

“Nicola was a fantastic landlady, ensuring we had everything we needed, including a pot of tea on arrival and lovely breakfasts. The farm was in a very quiet setting and the rooms were spacious and well equipped. Good wifi. I would definitely return or recommend to friends.”

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Your Ideal Cornish Holiday

Located just off the beaten track between Penzance and Land’s End, Trelew Farm offers you peaceful countryside that’s just waiting to be explored. Within easy reach by car of all aspects of the stunning peninsular of West Cornwall, the area is famed for its golden sandy beaches, clear blue–green seas, breathtaking coastal walks, myriad galleries and fascinating archaeological past, from the Neolithic era to the industrial archaeology of tin mining,

Welcome to Trelew Farm B&B and Caravan Club

Trelew Farm is also a Certified Site for the Caravan Club with five spacious pitches secluded from the farmhouse and with superb views over open countryside. We even have a stone circle, Boscawen–un, close by, which has been described as ‘one of Cornwall’s finest’ and has an outer stone made of almost pure quartz.

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Trelew Farm Bed and Breakfast is a 17th Century farmhouse in the heart of West Cornwall, where you can enjoy a relaxed stay, off the road and surrounded by open countryside.
You can enjoy cream teas in the garden after taking a walk on the Nature trail to Boscawen-un stone circle, which is situated on the farm. They are also central for touring west Penwith and close to many famous landmarks such as St Michael's Mount, the Minack Theatre, ancient sites with stone circles and a choice of sandy beaches at Sennen Cove, Porthcurno and St Ives.
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Dramatic skies over Cape Cornwall - one of my favourite spots!

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This Stone circle is situated on Trelew farmAnother from my Aerial collection of the mesmerising
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This Stone circle is situated on Trelew farm

 

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What s it's name b?

cannot wait to see it in person x

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Let's settle this... Which goes first on a scone, cream or jam?

Dan thinks it should be jam first but Louise thinks the opposite, what do you think? 🤔
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jam then cream..we be cornish !!😀

Stink en in a blender have a smoothy lol

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