Trentinney farm has six holiday cottages and is situated in a peaceful setting covering 158 acres of some of the loveliest countryside in North Cornwall. Take in beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and from the top of the farm there are spectacular views of the sea and moors. It is a mixed farm with crops, cattle, sheep, and some poultry. The traditional stone built barns, most of which are listed buildings, were built of local stone and slates from the nearby slate quarry at Delabole. Some of the buildings date back to the 16th century, but the history of Trentinney goes back much further.  According to legend, around the year 960 King Arthur killed the Lord of Tretiny (Trentinney) after the Lord had killed a white cow belonging to Arthur’s niece, now known as St Endellentia.

Some of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall are within a few minutes drive from Trentinney Farm Holiday Cottages. Polzeath, Port Quin, Padstow, Rock, Tintagel, Boscastle, Camelford, Wadebridge, and many more are all within a short drive.

Polzeath is one of the finest beaches in the British Isles with fine golden sand and rock pools. It is popular with Malibu surfers and those who prefer a boogie or belly board. Rock offers sailing, wind surfing, water-skiing, and fishing trips. For golfing enthusiasts there are several golf clubs in the area. From Rock you can get the passenger ferry over to Padstow, a beautiful harbour with fine restaurants, cafes & shops.


The Roundhouse Cottage is a one bedroomed romantic Cornish farm cottage with a king size bed and en suite bathroom. It has exposed beams, oak floors, and oak lintels over the doors and windows. It was a traditional Cornish Roundhouse where a horse would walk around the building turning a huge wheel which worked the chaffing and milling machines in the adjacent barn.

For an extra special holiday, where upon your arrival you will find some extras in your cottage including a bottle of Champagne, a bouquet of flowers, chocolates, and local biscuits. Please enquire for cost and details.

For a fee of £50 we can also provide an additional bed suitable for a small child. This fee only applies during July and August.

Sleeps 2 


The Glenmore Bungalow is a Cornish farm holiday cottage set in a large self contained garden with superb farm views of the surrounding North Cornwall Port Isaac countryside.

It has three bedrooms; one with a king size bed, one twin, and one with bunk beds. The Glenmore has a separate lounge, kitchen, bathroom, and toilet. The lounge opens out on to a patio, and there is a picnic bench in the garden under the apple tree.

Sleeps 6 
Pets accepted


The Stable is a Cornish farm holiday cottage that sleeps four people. Upstairs has a bathroom and two bedrooms, one with a king size bed, the other with twin beds. The downstairs consists of an open plan dining, kitchen and lounge. Outside there is a patio and picnic bench.

Before being converted into a holiday cottage this property was used as stables for the farms horses.

Sleeps 4 


The Haywain Cottage is a Cornish Farm holiday cottage with two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs one king size bedroom the other with twin beds, a small extra child’s bed is available for this room upon request.

Before being converted into a holiday cottage this building was used as a wagon house. Downstairs consists of an open plan dining area, kitchen and lounge, where the French windows open onto a patio with a picnic bench.

Sleeps 4 to 5 


The Owl’s Roost Cottage is a Cornish farm holiday cottage comprising of a single level accommodation which backs on to a large garden with picnic bench.

It has two bedrooms; one with a king size bed, and the other which sleeps four and has both twin beds and bunk beds. The dining kitchen / lounge is open plan and has spectacular views of the farm’s surrounding countryside.

Sleeps 6 


The Swallow’s Nest Cottage is a Cornish farm holiday cottage that sleeps 5 people and comprises of a single level accommodation. It has two bedrooms; one with a king size bed, and the other with bunk beds and a single bed.

The dining kitchen / lounge is open plan with French doors opening out onto the patio where there is a picnic bench.

Sleeps 5 
Pets accepted but not in school holidays


Click here for prices and availability.

There is parking at all properties.

Sleeps 2 to 6

Open all year



Trevean Caravan & Camping Park is a quiet, family run park situated within a short distance of no less than seven sandy beaches, surrounded by both sea and countryside views.

Established for over 30 years the site has developed alongside the family farm, which is now being worked by the 4th generation of the family. Originally a mixture of Sheep and Dairy, the farm is now home to a herd of Organic Beef cattle.  They are turned out for most of the camping season so you will be able to see them grazing along with Furious, the resident Simmental Bull.  Keep your eyes open for other four legged residents too. Will you be greeted by one of the resident cats? Or will you be lucky enough to catch a sunset beyond the horses summer paddocks?

Close to the Southwest Coast Path and the spectacular North Coast, Trevean Farm is also just 4 miles from Padstow harbour with it’s many fine restaurants, independent shops, pubs & cafes.  St Merryn village is just 1 mile away with it’s general store, pub, Rick Stein’s The Cornish Arms, petrol garage, restaurant, a fabulous Fish & Chip shop and Spring House Chinese Takeaway.

There are 3 luxury Static Caravans available for hire. Weekly stays can be booked throughout the season, and for those of you who prefer to visit at a quieter time of year short breaks can be tailored to your requirements.  Enjoy a warm welcome with the complimentary cornish goodies, everything you need for a cup of tea or coffee & a Cream Tea.  Included in your stay are use of gas, electricity and access to all the sites facilities. All the vans are now powered by their own solar electricity so you will be benefiting from the Cornish sunshine in more ways than one.

They hope you will understand that they don’t allow dogs in these vans in case of allergies.

A travel cot is available, please request this when making your booking.  Click here to view the caravans.
Arrival times are between 3pm – 7pm, departure by 10am.

The range of level grassy pitches have something for everyone and are all within 200 metres of the toilet block. They welcome everything from tents to tourers and motorhomes with the advantage of good road access. They have 24 electric pitches, all with 10 amp hook up points; 12 Deluxe pitches are centrally located in the first field benefiting from very close proximity to the toilets, laundry and shop.  These pitches are more open, giving excellent views of the sunset throughout the summer. A further 12 Standard pitches are located in the top field alongside the play area so you can watch your family play from the comfort of your pitch. Several of these pitches are backed on one side by a substantial hedge so offer plenty of shelter from the elements. 7 Basic pitches are available for those who prefer a traditional camping experience.  Click here for more information.


Trevean has a good range of family orientated facilities.  Environmentally friendly; the heating and lights are run by sensors and the electricity is supported by solar panels. Separate Ladies and Gents rooms include free hot showers, a hairdryer and a shaving point.  There is also a family room with disabled access, this wet room features baby changing facilities, wash basin, hand dryer, shaving point, a toilet and shower with a range of support rails, a transfer bench and is serviced with an emergency pull cord. In 2019 they refurbished the Laundry room, with a new washing machine & tumble dryer, along with a clothes washing sink and ironing facilities. There is also a new dedicated Dish Washing area, and a purpose built Wetsuit Wash.  To keep everyone entertained there is a fantastic children’s play area. There is also a picnic area and a 5 acre recreation field which can be used for dog walking and games. The pitches themselves are all level and grassy and over half have electric hook ups. They have ample space for one car on each pitch and are all accessed by a hardcore track to minimise travel over grass. Taps with drinking water are located in various places around the site.  All your rubbish can be disposed of on site, there are large bins for a variety of recycling and general waste. There is both a waste water disposal point and chemical waste disposal point. There is also wifi available throughout the site at additional cost. The reception has a large display of leaflets for all the local attractions. For security purposes the site is monitored by CCTV.  From Whitsun to September there is a small shop selling a range of items including newspapers and fresh bread, you can also freeze ice packs here. At reception you can charge your laptops and phones. Calor Gas is sold on site and there is usually a wide range available. There is also a payphone located behind the shop.