About Treveddoe Farm

Nestled in its own private valley in the little hamlet of Warleggan, Treveddoe Farm sits in the heart of Bodmin Moor (AONB), offering a very special piece of rural Cornwall. Made up of 90 acres of rolling pastures and woodland, the land is farmed and nurtured in a regenerative way that encourages nature and wildlife to flourish.

Stay – Choose between our carefully refurbished Farmhouse, offering a stylish, contemporary feel with original pockets of character, a wood-fired hot tub and The Barley Crush Barn. A quaint, converted barn that offers traditional Cornish character and comfort with a pretty terraced garden. Both properties enjoy wonderful south-facing views across the Cornish countryside. 

Hours of exploration await from the doorstep. Wander the orchards, meander the river meadow where a traditional mine building remains, explore ancient oak woodlands, take a dip in the natural river dipping pool that runs through the bottom of the farm – revel in the peace that the wild nature and life at Treveddoe provide in abundance. Being in a dark sky environment makes for pretty special night time star gazing moments too.

The farm – a working regenerative farm is home to our native-breed Cattle who enjoy a life outdoors all year round, moved daily grazing on 100% pasture, wildflowers meadows and the odd bit of willow and oak too. Most recently we have welcomed some Tamworth x Oxford x Sandy Black pigs who rotationally graze the woodland rootling all day long for acorns. Both provide extraordinary benefits to the land, soil and biodiversity across the land, far outnumbering people here.

Treveddoe is brilliantly positioned for exploring Cornwall, it’s the perfect location for walking and cycling holidays, and close to both North and South Coast for when the beach calls too.

Sip something delicious on the terrace, revel in the peace, reset, recharge and reconnect with yourself, friends, family and wonderful nature.

The Farmhouse

Treveddoe Farmhouse, steeped in history was originally built for the Mine Manager of Treveddoe Mine. In 2022, the house was carefully refurbished offering a stylish, contemporary feel with original pockets of character, a wood-fired hot tub and captivating south facing views across the Cornish countryside.

Accommodating up to 11 comfortably, there are 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 with en-suite and 2 family bathrooms,  spacious kitchen diner, living room, snug, three wood burning stoves. The house is superbly equipped with everything and more, including a private study space with desk.

Ample parking is provided in the farmhouse drive, with an EV charger for electric vehicles.

The farmhouse has a large terrace and garden with a wood-fired hot tub and exquisite views. The lawn is perfect for yoga in the dry months and family games. Enjoy the ancient oak woodlands, rolling pastures, and natural river dipping pool, all offering peace, wild nature and simple pleasures.

Wake up to the wonderful sounds of nature, enjoy morning coffee on the terrace accompanied by extraordinary birdsong, sip on something delicious and admire the sunset, and stargaze to your hearts content in the hot tub by night. The dark sky environment here is amazing.

Treveddoe Farm

The Barley Crush

The Barley Crush, as the name suggests was historically used on the farm to store and crush the barley. Sitting at the centre of Treveddoe farm it is now converted into a quaint, traditional barn that offers Cornish character and comfort in abundance. The pretty terraced garden enjoys wonderful south-facing views across the valley, perfect for peaceful moments throughout the day.

Accommodating up to 5 people very comfortably, it offers the perfect home away from home for family or friends, equipped with everything you need to enjoy a self-catered Cornish holiday.

Enjoy morning coffee on the bottom terrace with a good book and birdsong to accompany, later admire the sunset while sipping on something delicious.

The Big Barn

The upstairs room in the big barn across the farmyard is ideal for letting off steam on rainy days and lends itself to other activities such as painting and yoga and can host parties.


Treveddoe Farmhouse
PL30 4HF

By Train: nearest station, Bodmin Parkway
By Air:
Bodmin Airfield, Newquay Airport

Driving up to Warleggan from Mount you will arrive at a grass triangle with the village sign on it and ‘Twinned with Narnia’ below it (how true); Take a left here and follow the road winding through the Cornish banks until you get to another grass triangle on your LHS with a wooden sign TREVEDDOE on it.  Turn left here and this magical drive will take you down to the farm. If you cross a cattle grid you have gone too far.  If you come through the village from the A30 drive all the way through the village and after you pass the Rookery (on your RHS) you will find the grass triangle on your right handside where you will need to turn right.  If you find yourself going down a steep hill to Mount you have missed the turning.