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Located in Treveighan, 2 miles from Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Treveighan Farmhouse B&B sits in a traditional farmhouse with a conservatory bathed with sunlight offering panoramic... Perfect stay, everything you need & more. Host very welcoming & helpful. Would definitely return if in the area & would most definitely recommend 😊
The White Cottage B&B offers accommodations in Saint Teath, just 5 miles from Port Isaac. Free private, off-road parking is available on-site. This was an absolute find. We had originally booked for the previous year but then had to cancel due to the pandemic. From the time we arrived to our departure our hosts looked after us. The accommodation of a double bedroom with en suite bathroom was perfect, homely and contemporary. All necessary requirements available with facilities and products for hot and cold drinks. The bed was very comfortable and the room was airy. Our stay also included exclusive use of sitting and dining rooms. The breakfasts - we opted not to have cooked - were very tasty, well presented with several foods being homemade. Our hosts Diane and Les were very helpful with information of the surrounding area, helping us organise rental of bikes for the Camel Trail and even coming to our rescue when sorting buttonholes for a wedding we were attending locally. They really did make us feel very welcome. We will definitely find a reason to stay and visit locally again!
A small typical Cornish town, near to Port Isaac and Newquay ( ideal for who pratices surf and kayak). The White Cottage is situated only 200 metres from the centre. TREVILLEY LANE to be exact for who uses a navigator (to be careful that in Cornwall, the "roads" can be very, very narrow and the navigator doesn't always choose the ideal road!) Near the house there is a caffé, open to 5pm.for English teas. Nearby is a "real" pub/restaurant, open for meals fom 12 until 2pm. and 6 until 9pm with an assorted menu. Curry, fish & chips, Mexican Chili, ham & eggs, with a wide choice of local beer and a reasonable wine list. (I prefer the Somerset Cyder!) The White Cottage is well restructed on two floors, quiet with modern furnishing. A bathroom including a shower. I have visited Cornwall many times and it remains to be discovered in it's simple traditions and stone artitectual offerings. Cornwall has it's own written language, lovely to discover local words, mainly of towns and villages. I'd return in Spring, and follow the steps of "Poldark"! It was nearly November, variable weather but I managed to visit Bodmin, Port Isaac, Newquay and Fowey.
A medium-sized village which still possesses a few shops and a pub. The pub is a little dated. There are a small cafe and a shop/p.o for essential purchases and very good local butcher. Our visit in a wet late October was not really conducive to walking the village. The pub is 'O.K'.!
We found there was no where to walk our dog apart from the street. No grassy area at all! Our stay was right on the road side and the cars were very quick along the road which made for a noisy evening. Saying that sleeping was quiet enough. Village shop stocked most things and it wasn’t far from the north coast by car. We didn’t eat at the pub. Would recommend it for a long weekend.
There is nothing much in St Teath itself. There is however a traditional pub which is popular with locals as it serves fine food. There is a local shop which sells food and most basic necessities. The village is quiet and peaceful and is ideal as a base and somewhere to come back to after busy days out.
I loved how Treveighan Farm is central to a lot of places that we wanted to visit in particular. Everything was within a 20 mile radius and there was plenty to do! Wadebridge is a 15-20 minute drive from the Farmhouse which to me is reasonable. Lots of shops and places to eat. We are looking to come back for another long weekend as we didn’t get to see all what we wanted to see.
Lovely quiet village, it has a friendly pub with nice food and there is also a sweet little cafe. Good location, handy for Padstow, Tintagel and other places of interest within a 30 min drive. The village itself has interesting history.