Spacious seaside holiday farmhouse sleeping 16 with a games room, for groups of friends and family, near Port Isaac
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Trefreock Farmhouse, Port Isaac, Cornwall, sleeps 6 - 16 in 6 bedrooms.
Full weeks only in peak seasons, short breaks at other times, minimum stay 3 nights.
Trefreock is an ideal house for couples, groups of friends or large extended families wanting to get away from it all. The house has been completely refurbished and has wonderful old flagstone and limestone floors and large sash windows. It has a tremendous feeling of space and is simply and beautifully decorated with traditional, lime-based paints.
On the ground floor there is a large, well-equipped farmhouse kitchen with a 4 oven Aga and a table (+ extension) seating 16. There are a further 3 equally spacious living rooms: the drawing room with a log burner and views over the garden, the pond and the sea beyond; a TV/playroom with log burner and a games room, both overlooking the front garden.
Additional rooms downstairs include a cloakroom and utility room. There's access to a downstairs wet room, “The Cellar”. This Cellar has internal and external access from the terrace, ideal for returning cold and wet surfers or walkers! It is equipped with 2 power showers, a changing area, loo and laundry facilities.
On the first floor there are 5 large bedrooms (doubles or zip-and-link twins). One is en suite, and there are 2 additional bathrooms as well as the 2 showers downstairs. A staircase leads to a large attic with wonderful sea views, which can easily be used as a dormitory sleeping 4.
The scenery and walks in this part of North Cornwall are amongst the most rugged and breathtaking in the country. The house provides an excellent base to explore Port Isaac, the coast, some of Cornwall's best swimming and surfing beaches as well as the Great Gardens of Cornwall - including the Lost Gardens of Helligan and Lanhydrock.
Other attractions include The Eden Project, Tintagel, Bodmin Moor, Padstow for shops and Rick Stein's fish restaurants, Rock and the Camel Estuary for sailing and water sports and golf at St Enodoc.