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Tregoninny Farm and Woodland

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Christchurch, New Zealand
Reviewed 3 October 2015

This piece of paradise can be found down a long woodland driveway. We stayed upstairs in the converted barn which was warm and inviting and full of creature comforts. Our children aged four, six and five were enchanted by the pheasants and deer that they could view from our window and during our woodland walks. The beds were so comfortable...

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Derby, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 August 2012

Stayed twice at this place July 2010 and July 2011. 1st time a lovely welcome from Colin as we arived late. in the morning it was apparent that the place was a project that was still taking shape, room was slightly dusty but in general clean and a lovely breakfast. Moving forward a year precisely we get the same rooms,...

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Wiltshire, UK
Reviewed 5 August 2011

We stayed at the Tregoninny Farm & Woodland B & B on Sat 30th July 2011. I booked it on the recommendation of another B & B which was full (Spring Cottage B & B) and on looking at the photos on the web site - it looks idyllic and just what we wanted. However - immediately on arrival I...

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Bristol
Reviewed 14 August 2010

As a disabled male, i travelled to Tregoninny Farm on my own and awaited the arrival of my 2 daughters. I meet the carers from Taylors Care Company at the train station who were caring for myself while i was staying here. Upon arrival the both hoist's was found to be not working properly and the LOLER test was out...

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Huxley, Iowa
Reviewed 5 July 2010

We spent a long weekend at Tregoninny with our family and some extended family. Both families had young children and we were easily housed in very comfortable rooms. The rooms were nicely decorated and had gorgeous views! The hosts were quick to greet us and make sure we were comfortable, offering us tea or wine as needed. During the trip...

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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 July 2010

Highly recommended for location and value for money. Rooms more than adequate and a great breakfast. Location provides peace and quiet with terrific views well worth braving the driveway for. Genuine and friendly owner.

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Budmouth
Reviewed 26 May 2010

Reading previous reviews, I wondered if this was the same place, as it's obviously fallen a long way. We were pleasantly welcomed, and shown to our room. Very basic, no wardrobe, just a hanging rail. The TV was plugged into an extension lead, the cable of which appeared through the ceiling and was stapled to the wall. The bathroom was...

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Birmingham UK
Reviewed 3 October 2008

The farm had not been our initial first choice for a place to stay as we were aiming to go to the Eden Project but we were absolutely delighted. After navigating the beautiful but rather imposing off road track for nearly a mile to the house, we were met by a wonderfully welcoming host. He offered us drinks and the...

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Thank DevonJo
UK
Reviewed 21 August 2008

We stayed in a spacious suite comprising of: a master bedroom (complete with beams and high ceilings); a single bedroom; bathroom with shower over bath; and well equipped lounge. The breakfast was substantial and very good quality. The choice of cereals was particularly amazing and the full English breakfast was served hot and fresh every day. We found this B&B...

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1Thank lyonshaw
Chester
Reviewed 15 April 2008

With three in our party, we had two rooms with an interconnecting sitting room. Everything was just right with great breakfasts, welcoming owners (Caroline Northover and husband), super conservatory with great views. Parking excellent. There is also self-catering accommodation. Could be great for small groups. Ideal for anyone with limited mobilty. Cornwall is a great place with so many attractions...

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Address: Tresillian TR2 4AR, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cornwall > Tresillian
Number of rooms: 11
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