Eighteenth Century Cornish cottages near the sea, at the head of the Looe Valley with views to the river below. Each Five Star cottage has its own private garden. Inside you will find log fires, antiques, flowers, dishwashers, DVDs, crisp cotton linen and truly comfortable beds. Farm walks on our 150 acres with sea views. Delicious homemade food. WiFi. On site horse riding, walks, tennis and swimming.
Romantic 18th Century cottages in idyllic setting, Treworgey Cottages – established in 1977.
Treworgey (which means farmstead above the water) is perfectly positioned to enjoy views over the tranquil Looe Valley to the river below and the pretty fishing port of Looe in the distance. Near the sea and surrounded by patchwork fields, wild flower filled lanes and ancient bluebell woods, Treworgey is a haven for wild animals and birds – and humans looking for an instant cure for stress!
The medieval Treworgey manor house was burnt down centuries ago. The ancient bakery and stables remain. The later Georgian farmhouse with its accompanying stone barns (first recorded on the 1840 tithe map) and the pretty Victorian farm workers’ cottages now form an enchanting hamlet of mellow stone.
Each individual cottage enjoys its own enclosed and very private English cottage garden. Your garden has its own lawn and flower borders, with roses, honeysuckle or wisteria climbing the cottage walls. Every cottage has a superb view.
Inside: Flagstone or wood floors, inglenook fireplaces and heavy beams complimented with antiques, wool carpets and truly comfortable brass or romantic four-poster king-size beds. Kitchens boast everything from dishwashers, washer/driers and fan ovens to food processors. Wireless internet in some cottages, computer room for all.
Stunning coastal scenery: Sapphire seas, patchwork fields and wildflowers adorn hedgerows. Picturesque Looe, Polperro, Fowey and sheltered Lantic Bay are all within easy reach. The beautiful sheltered coves on our south coast are ideal for safe swimming, while the big surfing beaches of the north coast are only 50 minutes away by car.
Delicious home cooked food: If you want a break from the kitchen why not choose from our mouthwatering menu of starters, main courses, light suppers, puddings, homemade cakes and other teatime treats. All delivered direct to your cottage. Plus we have a local produce stall here too.
Honeymoons: We specialise in honeymoons and romantic breaks – delightful one bedroom cottages with four poster beds, very private gardens and fantastic views. Why not have your wedding reception in this idyllic setting too?
Welcome: Fresh flowers, crisp cotton linen and a welcome tray with local biscuits and fruit juice await.
Swimming: Swim in our beautifully landscaped and really warm pool with a view. There is an additional heated shallow pool for very young children.
Animal Farm: Ducks, rabbits, chickens and friendly goats wandering the grounds create many a happy moment for children.
Indoor and Outdoor Play: Climbing frames, nature trails, sand pits with ride-on diggers, wendy house, toys, table tennis, pool, table football, wooden train sets, indoor beach with badminton and more.
Treworgey all weather tennis court with a view or golf at the local course at Looe, 10 minutes away. If you like walking we are spoilt for choice with the magnificent coastal path, wooded river paths and Bodmin Moor all on our doorstep – plus wonderful walks over our 150 acres and beyond from your garden gate.
Riding: Treworgey has its own licensed riding school – only for our visitors. We cater for the complete novice to the more experienced. Help is available with dressage, show jumping and eventing – or hacking in our beautiful countryside. If you are lucky enough to own your own horse, why not bring it?
The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are about 30-40 minutes easy drive away and a plethora of the best National Trust houses and gardens are only 20-60 minutes away.