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Luxury self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall, for the perfect getaway.

Walking Breaks

Tregongeeves Farm Cottages are set among 22 acres of Cornish countryside, close to the South West Cost Path. And with beautiful walks that start from our cottages,  it's a great base for a walking holiday.

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Polgooth is in the heart of Cornwall – so you won’t have to drive far to walk some of the most picturesque places. Set out on foot from our cottages or drive a few miles and pick your starting place.

A half-hour drive will take you to Bedruthan Steps or Trevose Head on the North Coast, or inland to Bodmin Moor.

Further afield – but worth the journey if you have the time, a little over an hour in the car will take you as far as Kynance Cove, Porthcurno,or across to St Ives and the Hayle Estuary.

If you don’t want to drive take a stroll through Polgooth and follow the footpath for a couple of winding miles in some of Cornwall’s most picturesque countryside.

No need to pack a picnic or a flask, our village pub is The Polgooth Inn and you’re guaranteed a warm welcome. Stop for lunch and choose from a range of cask ales or wines and a menu that offers delicious, seasonal variety all the year round.


Exploring Cornwall

Browse our walking books in the recreation room, many of which take in the South West Coast Path, which is easily accessible. Or take a look at our own list of tried-and-tested favourites of walks within a 20-minute drive from Tregongeeves.

When you explore Cornwall on foot, you see the countryside from a unique perspective. Rolling fields and beachscapes look completely different when you’re immersed in them.

From St Austell Bay to St Ives, or from Fowey to Flushing no two places are the same. And the diversity of the Cornish landscape means no two visits will be the same.

There is always somewhere new to explore and a new trail to find. Tregongeeves is the ideal place to explore Cornwall.

Photo Credits: Matt Jessop and Adam Gibbard.