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OUT AND ABOUT






















The farm is a bird-watcher's paradise and ideal for those who want a break away from the bustle and noise of everyday life. For relaxation and perhaps something a bit more demanding there are walks that are detailed below. Table tennis/ football in the big barn. Sundowners on the terrace. Fresh air, simplicity. Letting go.

WALKS
You are welcome to walk over this working farm, but please pay great respect to the animals, keep dogs on a lead and close any gates after you.

Walk down through the farm to the river in the valley.Take a look at the 2 ponds. Go down the woodland track, take the left hand track up through the wood, walk over the fields back to the farmhouse. Again you can make shorter or longer variations on this circuit.

Go up the farm track to the lane, turn left, over the cattle grid; walk up through Whitewalls (this is a public footpath) onto the moor. Walk to the top of the tor, then back down through Tor House track, across the moor and back to Treveddoe. You can make shorter and longer variations on this circuit. Lots of wild ponies (do not feed them) and foals at the right time of year.


WARLEGGAN VILLAGE AND WHAT'S ON LOCALLY

 

BEACHES
Surfing
Polzeath, Watergate Bay, Porthcothan

Kite Surfing
Watergate Bay

Small-children-friendly, swimming.
Daymer Bay, for those with strong legs, Bedruthan Steps, Lantic Bay, Caerhays


CYCLING
Hire bikes in Wadebridge, cycle along the Camel Trail to Padstow and back.

DAYS OUT
Daphne du Maurier, one of the 20th century's most evocative writers lived at Menabilly near Fowey. In her books such as Rebecca, Jamaica Inn, Frenchman's Creek and many others she wrote about this part of Cornwall with intensity and passion. A day spent following her footsteps - perhaps with her book 'Vanishing Cornwall' as a guide - you will discover hauntingly beautiful and fascinating places that inspired her novels and characters.

Particularly good at low tide; Park at Daymer Bay,walk along the beach to Rock, take the ferry to Padstow, have lunch at Rick Stein's Bistro (if you arrive at 2 you are very likely to get a table, you cannot reserve one), or go to Rick's fish and chipper on the harbour. After lunch, back across the Camel estuary, walk back to Trebetherick, home.

Shorter version, park at Rock, take the ferry to Padstow.

Park at Daymer Bay, do the cliff walk to Polzeath, have a surf, then back.

Park at Daymer Bay, beach/hill walk to Rock to first cafe, back via St Enodoc Church.

Eden Project. It is simply brilliant for all ages in good weather or bad.

National Trust properties of Lanhydrock, Anthony, St Michaels Mount, Cothele, are all fascinating and totally different, each well worth visiting.

Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Cheesewring, Minions

The Hurlers, Minions

Tintagel

St Ives

FESTIVALS
The Daphne Du Maurier festival held annually in Fowey in May - many events to see and attend.

RAF Davidstow Armed Forces Weekend June / July - at the Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall War Museum.

Padstow Vintage Rally and Country Fair July

St Endellion Summer festival July - August at the Collegiate church of St Endelienta, in St Endellion.

Liskeard Show - fun for all the family July

Boconnoc Steam Fair July classic cars, vintage tractors and craft displays.

FISH
Pengellys at Liskeard 01579 340 777 and Looe 01503 262 246 sell excellent fish and crabmeat, all locally caught. Worth ringing before you go to check what is available and if they are open.

FISHING
Sea trout, River Fowey, Mackerel fishing trips.

GARDENS
Caerhayes Castle, Cothele, Glendurgan, Lanhydrock, Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Michael's Mount, Trewithen.

NURSERY GARDENS
Most of the gardens listed above sell plants, Duchy of Cornwall, Lostwithiel, Pinsla Nursery, Bodmin Plant and Herb Nursery.

GALLERIES
Tate St Ives 01736 796 226, Lemon Street Gallery Truro 01872 275 757.

GOLF
Lanhydrock Golf Club 01208 262 570
Trevose Golf Club 01841 520 208

RESTAURANTS/PUBS
Jamie Oliver's, Fifteen, Watergate Bay 01637 861 000
Nathan Outlaw, 2 Michelin Stars, St Enodoc Hotel, Rock
Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, Padstow
St Enodoc Hotel Restaurant, Rock
St Kew Inn
St Mawes, Hotel Tresanton 01326 270 055
The London Inn, St Neot, is the nearest pub
The View, Torpoint 01752 822 345
Watergate Bay cafe 01637 861 002

RUNNING
On the moor behind the farm, particularly good for strength and conditioning on the hills. Into Warleggan, left by the triangle, right immediately after Welltown, down track to Panters Bridge, right to Mount, right to Warleggan, up through the farm via the gate just over the river.
Timed runs along the straight road at the top of the farm track turn left, to the end and back.

SPAS
Cowshed Spa in the St Moritz Hotel, Trebetherick

SHOPPING
Bodmin is the nearest town for groceries, banks, chemists etc. and Sainsburys, Morrisons and Asda.

Village Greens, every Friday. This is in Mount in the Warleggan Jubilee Hall. Sale of local produce, pasties, coffees, teas, simply excellent.

Trago Mills. Beyond belief, only for the strong. A department warehouse with some incredible bargains. Good garden section.

DF Fruits. 01208 76503. Fruit and vegetable wholesaler, up behind Bodmin near the obelisk.

TO CONTACT US:

Bookings for Treveddoe are handled and managed for us by Ann Flello who will be delighted to discuss any aspect of your booking. She can be contacted by clicking below.

 



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