The Perfect Cream Tea

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Cream tea at lost gardens of heligan

A perfect cream tea is the meal we most want to eat when we get home from our own travels. So, that’s the main reason we make up a special welcome for our guests. What is better at giving you that home from home feeling straight away than the sight of fresh baked scones? And… Read more »

Our favourite dog-friendly beaches

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dog-friendly beaches near to Tregongeeves Cottages

Dog-friendly beaches in Cornwall are not so hard to come by as they have been in years gone by. Some beaches that have previously banned dogs in summer have lifted their restrictions, maybe as a result of the recent trend to dog ownership. And in low season (from late October through March) most of Cornwall’s… Read more »

How to Travel To Cornwall

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Heathrow flights to Newquay

So, travel to Cornwall has never been more straightforward or enjoyable – however you arrive. The A30 route through Cornwall is faster and more straightforward than ever before, flights leave London Heathrow up to four times a day. Or you can take the train direct from London Paddington, Taunton or Exeter. Cornwall by Car A… Read more »

Tregongeeves Farm – for Memories

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Tregongeeves Farm welcomes you all the year round. For the balmy long days of summer or the bright blue skies of spring, right through to crisp winter mornings when you’ll have much of Cornwall to yourselves. Our cluster of seven luxurious cottages is close to road and rail links and there is plenty to do… Read more »

Exploring Cornwall… Falmouth

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Falmouth Cornwall from Tregongeeves Cottages

Exploring Cornwall is really easy from our renovated farm cottages. So many lovely places are just a short drive away from Tregongeeves, we don’t often travel further than what is on our doorstep – we don’t really have to. The sands at Pentewan, the rugged Luxulyan Valley and Eden Project (especially for concerts) are all… Read more »

Look at who Judith rescued!

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Judith rescues some chickens

So this weekend we added 10 new beautiful girls to our menagerie. These are rescued hens so they don’t look as healthy as our other farm animals. But with some tender loving care, the right food and good old fresh Cornish air they will be looking healthier in no time. We think they will really… Read more »

Dog-friendly holidays

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dog-friendly holidays at tregongeeves

Cornwall is great for dog-friendly holidays! It’s a lovely county to visit with plenty of open spaces to explore. And because we’re a family of dog-lovers ourselves, we work hard to take care of our four-legged guests when they’re here. Inspired by our own weekends away with our dog Bonnie, here’s a handy checklist for you… Read more »

A Guide to Cornwall’s Winter Markets

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christmas markets cornwall

Cornwall celebrates winter in style! And one of our favourite things to do is to spend a day at one of our gloriously festive food or craft events. Read on for our pick of this year’s favourites. And if you think we have left out something important – let us know so we can check… Read more »

Four Sunday walks near Tregongeeves

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Summer picnics have become casseroles here now the cooler weather has put in an appearance! At Tregongeeves we take good food seriously, so a proper Sunday roast is the heart of our family week. And what better way to work up an appetite than a walk in our beautiful surroundings? Luxulyan Valley This valley is a… Read more »