Trewithian Farm‚


Portscatho, TR2 5EJ

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T: 01872 580293

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Contact: Mrs Penhaligan


All Year


From £37.50 per person per night

Single occupancy £55 per night


  • ROOMS6
  • Off-road parking
  • Fantastic coastal views
  • Easy reach of beautiful sandy beaches
  • Historical area with archeological findings
  • Ideal touring base for Roseland peninsula
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Trewithian Farm
Trewithian Farm outside
Trewithian Farm lounge
Trewithian Farm family bedroom
Trewithian Farm double bedroom
Trewithian Farm dining room


Trewithian Farm is an idyllic working farm situated on the magnificent Roseland Peninsula just a 10 minute drive away from St.Mawes. This beautiful area of Cornwall provides sandy beaches, coastal walks, boat trips and many other activities, it is perfectly situated for Touring and exploring the Roseland Peninsula and West Cornwall via the famous 'King Harry Ferry'. There are a wide selection of Restaurants and Country Pubs, and excellent shopping facilities at the nearby Cathedral City of Truro. Whatever your interests, from deep sea fishing to Country Gardens this beautiful location will please all.


The accommodation provides two double rooms, two family rooms and two twin rooms.  All of the rooms have either en-suite or adjacent private bathrooms.  There are TV's  in all rooms. There is also a beautiful private guests lounge. 


Just a mile away are the ancient villages of Gerrans and Portscatho. Archaeological discoveries prove that there have been settlements here since the Bronze Age, nearly 4000 years ago. The church at St. Gerrans is built on what is believed to have been a Celtic foundation dating back to the 6th century. Apart from its historical interest the church deserves a visit for its view. That of Nare Head and the Dodman Point, seen through the churchyard, must rate as one of the best seascapes in Cornwall.
Two good local pubs serving excellent meals
Excellent walks Locally as there are throughout the Roseland Peninsula
St Mawes - just 4 miles. Situated on the river Fal is a favourite with the sailing community. Very popular all year round. Boat trips including a foot passenger ferry to Falmouth. Local villages well worth a visit include: Percuil - the sailing centre for Gerrans and Portscatho Portloe - a picture postcard little fishing village Veryan - famous for its round-houses Philleigh - extremely old buildings and a good pub St Just-in-Roseland - a beautiful area stretching down to the river St Anthony Head and Lighthouse - excellent walks and stunning views.
Local Beaches Carne & Pendower - the two are linked together and provide safe bathing and excellent sand quality. Parking/toilets on the beach.
'Trewithian' is well placed on the Roseland Peninsula and an ideal Touring base. Cornwall's latest major attraction, The Eden Project is about a 40 min. drive. The famous Lost Gardens of Heligan about a 25 min drive. Several other gardens and country house closeby Not only do guests have the Roseland to explore, the whole of the Falmouth area is within easy reach via the King Harry ferry. The Ferry is an experience in itself, operating a crossing over the Fal since 1888.
Your hosts are local to the area and will be only too happy to recommend places of interest or places to eat.


A390 through St Austell towards Truro. 4 miles west of St Austell turn left onto the A3078 towards Tregony and St Mawes. The little hamlet of Trewithian is approx. 4 miles from St Mawes. Trewithian Farm can clearly be seen on the right hand side, just pull into the car park. Have a safe journey


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