Set at the edge of Bodmin moor, the farmhouse offers a comfortable, very well equipped and furnished 4 bedroom home, perfect for a family get together at any time of the year, cosy in winter and expansive outdoor areas in the summer! Broadband internet connection is also available.
Can be booked together with Barleycrush to sleep up to 13 people - 5% discount if booked at the same time!
Treveddoe is an 85 year old farmhouse on the site of an Elizabethan Manor on Bodmin Moor and it was originally built for the mine manager of the Treveddoe mine. It stands in its own farmland at Warleggan, facing south with wonderful views. The farm has sheep and South Devon cattle; you are welcome to walk over it, but please respect the animals. The fields behind the house at the top of the farm lead onto Bodmin Moor, a famous Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The moorland river Warleggan tumbles through the lower part of the farm in the valley and the land offers good walks through the 25 acres of ancient woodland. The bluebells, wood anemones and foxgloves are beautiful in the spring and early summer. Historic Treveddoe Mine (tin and copper), now almost hidden by nature, is nearby, with evidence of the old workings in the river valley.
Well behaved dogs (max two) can stay at extra cost of £20 per week each.