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Trelagossick Farm

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Accommodation Details

Trelagossick Farm is located on the Roseland Peninsula in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, bordered by the River Fal and the South Cornish Coast, near the historic picturesque village of Veryan. We have two holiday cottages on the farm available all year round. Our traditional working dairy farm is 220 acres with 350 cattle including a dairy herd of 160. You can see the cows being milked and help feed the calves and pigs or explore the farm nature trail including woodlands and a stream.

From Trelagossick you can walk the nearby Cornish South Coast footpath or visit the safe, sandy beaches of Carne, Pendower, Porthcurnick and Porthholland.

We are just a few miles from The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Eden Project, St Mawes with it's Henry VIII castle, the tiny fishing village of Portloe or the larger port of Mevagissey. Trelagossick is a convenient base for exploring Cornwall.

Children and families welcome.
Milking demonstrations.
Farm nature trail
Fresh water and sea fishing nearby.
Laundry facilities on site.

Accept ChildrenPony TrekkingStablingWorking Farm

Accommodation Location

Trelagossick Farm, Ruan High Lanes, Truro, Cornwall, TR2 5JU

Self Catering

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