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Tregoninny Vineyard and Woodland Farmhouse

(Ref. 978617)

Tresillian, Cornwall Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 22 Guests

  • 11 Bedrooms

  • 8 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Games Room
  • Broadband / WiFi

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28 Customer Reviews

  • "This property has the potential to be an amazing place, however, it needs a lot of attention to bring it up to an acceptable standard for future guests."

    On arrival the property was 12 degrees!!! The manager kindly told the owners, but they control the temperature from base. The dining room heating did not work at all for the duration of our stay. We had to leave 2 electric radiators on constantly and light the fire in the afternoons so it was warm enough to eat in dining room in the evenings. It was too cold to eat breakfast/ lunch in there. But because the hive was telling them it was 18-20 degrees they assumed all was ok even though we notified them again a few days later it wasn't. Thank goodness we took a large supply of logs with us!!!! There is only one dishwasher, not enough for a party of 22. There is only a small double frigde/freezer. We did not have enough fridge space to put our food shop in. We had to store all our vegetables, fruit and drinks on the kitchen unit. The chiller for drinks only went down to 8 degrees. The cookers were not clean. Some pans worked on the induction hob, some didn't even though they were from the same set. The cupboard areas were not clean. The kitchen area particularly behind the cookers was dirty, the spalshback was covered in cobwebs and looked greasy, the walls in general looked dirty due to runs from cooking and more cobwebs. The cover to the boiler was broken and was not attached, this is dangerous for very young children. The hoover was fixed together with parcel tape, there was no floor brush and the mop was disgusting and worn out. Lots of long black hairs were found on the wall in the the master suites ensuite. There were cobwebs galore in all rooms and in windows with dead flies. A lot of mouldy food was found under one of the beds in the barn, some head boards were not attached and broken in some cases. Skirting boards were very dusty. On arrival we were told we had full run of the place and nobody else was there, however, the vineyard manager lives above the barn and there is no sound proofing between. You can hear children running up and down in the middle of the night, adults heavy footsteps, coughing laughing, toilets being flushed, light switches being turned off and on and you even get woken up by their alarm clock every morning before 7 and they press the snooze button so you get to hear it more then once. Photographs were submitted to the owners during our stay. To be fair they did offer to send cleaners out to clean, however my family were not happy to have cleaners deep cleaning with all our food on the kitchen units and moving our belongings. This property is advertised as 5 ticks, it certainly is not 5 ticks at the moment. The welcome pack mentioned about -we hope you enjoyed your complimentary drinks and found your cream tea voucher, but there were no complimentary drinks or cream tea voucher, however after discussing the issues found to the manager, he told us that if we go to Healy's Cyder Farm, we will be given a tour and complimentary cream tea. To finish on a positive note, the house is in a beautiful setting and has incredible potential. The games room was enjoyed by all. We really appreciated the lovely gesture of the tour of the Cyder farm and complimentary cream tea. The team at Healy's Cyder farm were amazing and so welcoming. The tour was enjoyed by all 3 generations and the food in the restaurant was delicious.

    Reviewed by Elsa2.2Feb 2024

  • "We had a family Christmas holiday from 18-22nd Dec 2023, there were 18 humans and 4 dogs."

    This property was amazing and perfect for a large family get away, I was abit worried about room allocations before as it wasn’t clear in the information but it worked out ok. There are 3 interconnected rooms with a living area and bathrooms out in the barn conversion and then two separate rooms with bathrooms in the annexe area at side of house. (One room with 3 single beds) the main farmhouse has a big master bedroom and two bedrooms with twin in both. Downstairs there is a double and a single bedroom. We loved the massive dining table and log fires, we were able to enjoy a family Xmas lunch together and retire to the conservatory to play games and talk. The kitchen was great, plenty of oven space. The only problem we found was that you had to find pans that would work on the smeg, not every pan would but it was fine as there was another oven we used for hob. Having the washing machine and dryer was a bonus too! The games room was a great addition and kept the children entertained! What we didn’t realise was that a lot of the land surrounding, was off limits which was disappointing. However, there is a loop walk around the property you can do which we all enjoyed, the garden is large and there are plenty of beautiful places to visit near by! The only negatives really for us were that check in is really late so you lose a day and check out is really early, so we had to pack and tidy the day before, essentially losing some more of our holiday. We were also disappointed at not having a Christmas tree and decorations added, that would have been a good touch especially as the property would look amazing with a massive real tree and the log fires in the dining hall. There are bits that need updating and fixing but you can’t complain really, it’s a massive property that is perfect for large gatherings! We really enjoyed our stay, we made some great memories.

    Reviewed by Jade3.8Dec 2023

  • "Hi I would like to leave a review but I fear it may not be a favourable one."

    The house was not entirely clean when we arrived, the bathrooms in the annex were very mouldy and the shower curtains were covered in mould. One downstairs toilet made a terrible noise when flushed so we stopped using it, the other downstairs toilet wouldn’t flush at all, maintenance turned up on the Tuesday to fix the issues but it was still very inconvenient to not have the use of these facility’s for most of the stay. Some of the keys we were told by the cleaning lady were lost by the previous tennants. The hot tub really was a joke not a hut tub at all but an inflatable lazy spa. It was not up to temperature on the first day so could not be used, the guy came to check it again on the weds and again it took a full 24hrs to get back up to a usable temperature, also it kept switching off and coming up with an error code which was very annoying. A lovely house and location but very let down by the issues noted above, I can only say really not worth the premium charged for its use. Disappointed and would not stay again. Mike

    Reviewed by William2.5Sep 2023

  • "We had a fantastic time at Tregoninny !"

    A couple of points worth mentioning: 1/ No welcome pack / No vouchers despite being mentioned in the book which had minimal information. 2/ The Hot Tub- this was not switched on when we arrived (malfunction? ) so wasn’t usable initially . Also we thought it was far too small given the size of property & we thought £250 on top of what we were already paying was a little harsh - it was in fact only used once. All in all we all had a great time made even better by the weather & would love to return in the future! The house , conservatory & scenery are indeed spectacular! Many thanks!

    Reviewed by Jonathan4.1May 2023

  • "Great place to gather with groups."

    All facilities available to make the most out of your stay in Cornwall.

    Reviewed by Marcel5.0May 2023

  • "The property was amazing and we enjoyed every minute."

    So lovely we could stay as a big group. The dining area and conservatory was the reason we chose this property and it did not disappoint. Lovely to walk the circular route around the property and we visited Healeys Cider and several beaches. We did have a lot of rain and conservatory’s roof leaked and we had to provide our own wood for woodburner. But a lovely holiday property for all the family

    Reviewed by Shirley4.7Jan 2023

  • "A fabulous house and beautilul surroundings."

    Spacious and comfortable for a large group. The huge dining room & conservatory were much appreciated. A few snagging issues/minor repairs requied (which we have shared to the owner) but did not detract from our enjoyment of the house. The caretaker/cleaner was helpful & courteous. Massive garden was great for the dogs to run (although it is not fenced/enclosed) The last section of steep, loose gravelled approach road proved too difficult for one of our party- who arrived in a motorhome-but we were able to park the van off road lower down the hill safely * if more of the steeper sections of road were tarmaced, the appproach would be much easier! If a plan of the bedrooms could be provided and/or the photos on Sykes description could be labelled - this would help allocate rooms prior to arrival. Overall, we had a wonderful week in an excellent house!

    Reviewed by Sarah4.7Oct 2022

  • "Wonderful property."

    Fantastic location. Would have been great to have more cleaning product (i.e Bin Bags) as standard.

    Reviewed by Jacob5.0Sep 2022

  • "We had a great holiday thank you and the property was well laid out with plenty of relaxing space for everyone."

    The hot tub really wasn't big enough for 8 people nor even 6 but with less in we enjoyed it. I would highly recommend installing a 2nd dishwasher. For the quantity of people just 1 isn't sufficient, added to which the larger dinner plates were too large for the dishwasher, they stopped the dishwasher sprinkler from spinning and so had to be washed by hand. I tried using the mobile number in the Guest book to contact you three times to let you know that an item expected was missing, that the number for the keysafe was not as advised and then that we had spotted a problem with the pond pump. We received no response at all. Fortunately, we were able to let the gardener know about the pond pump which hopefully saved you having to buy a new pump. Kind regards, Kate

    Reviewed by Kate4.7Aug 2022

  • "We stayed at Tregoninny as a large family group of 17, the house and barns were spacious and comfortable and the kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed."

    The large conservatory was a favourite spot for us all to relax in during the evenings. The grounds were huge with stunning views and the children enjoyed playing in the garden….they loved the hot tub! The house is quite remote so we had to drive everywhere. The only thing that lets this property down is the long steep driveway leading up to it! We had 5 cars between us and 1 of them got stuck going up so we had to push it part way and couldn’t use it for the remainder of the holiday and another got a puncture which was costly to repair. It’s partly made up of stones with a sheer drop to one side so when you start skidding on the steep parts even taking it slowly in a low gear it’s quite frightening. The tarmac sections were fine but you ideally need a 4x4 to avoid damaging your vehicle.

    Reviewed by Katie4.1Jul 2022

  • "This was a brilliant house for our four families and especially as my daughter is an electric wheelchair user ."

    The house was fully accessible at ground floor level and had a choice of wet rooms in the barns and annex ( though two of the showers probably needed looking at as you couldn’t have the hand held shower on without the overhead shower going on as well - the very friendly maintenance man came quickly but sadly couldn’t rectify the problem.) Loads of space, fabulous dining room, big kitchen , great garden for playing croquet, rugby etc. All the bedrooms were a good size and the master bedroom and bathroom were fabulous. There was more space than indicated from the description , for example there was no mention of the small sitting room with log burner in the barns . A couple of suggestions - a floor plan or labelled photos on the website of which bedroom was which for planning purposes of who sleeps where would be so useful. It would also be nice to have a visitors book so other families can make recommendations of places / beaches / pubs to visit. Some of our party visited Healeys Cider farm and really enjoyed their tasting session. We visited a couple of beaches, one better for access for my daughter than the other. Lovely walks and our dog loved it there. We will definitely look to rebook.Thank you for a lovely stay.

    Reviewed by Sophie4.7Apr 2022

  • "The property was perfect for us."

    It had everything we needed as a family and we will definitely be returning.

    Reviewed by Jessica4.4Nov 2021

  • "This was a brilliant venue for a long weekend celebratory family party."

    Views unsurpassed , house not twee or alarmingly upmarket, just comfortable and friendly like an old cardigan. Vast kitchen, big comfy sofas for blokes to watch the rugby in the cosy living room. Loved the enormous conservatory and the hot tub (extra but well worth it) for young and not so old ! Table tennis table was popular . Encountered beautiful deer on the long driveway. Would definitely rebook another time.

    Reviewed by Sara5.0Nov 2021

  • "Fantastic place."

    Really had the most amazing week. Perfect for our hand fasting ceremony. Everyone had a such a comfortable stay. Layout works perfectly for a large family or friends group. Little shabby chic in places but adds to the beautiful character. One of the best weeks of our life’s. Helpful staff all the way through booking and staying. Loved the hot tub, looking at the stars. Well worth booking. A trip to Truro was a lovely afternoon. A very big thank you. To you all ❤️❤️

    Reviewed by Amanda4.7Oct 2021

  • "The holiday was great and so was our accommodation, but we did feel cheated out of the seventh day of our week due to not being allowed in till 5 pm and having to leave, after cleaning and tidying , at 9 am."

    This would all have been okay had we not had 3 babies, 2 under 4s and an 88 year old.

    Reviewed by Helen3.8Sep 2021

  • "Great time, lovely space"

    Reviewed by Michael5.0Sep 2021

  • "Beautiful farmhouse, gorgeous setting."

    Could be cleaner, kitchen needs a deep clean

    Reviewed by Yvonne3.8Aug 2021

  • "Our large family gathering very much enjoyed our stay at Tregoninny."

    It was well equipped, comfortable and attractive, and in a lovely peaceful environment We did notice a few minor issues which need addressing, and have informed the owners of these. These in no way spoilt our visit, and we would use the accommodation again, and would recommend to others.

    Reviewed by Maggie4.4Jul 2021

  • "Absolutely beautiful home and gardens."

    We stayed the first week of July 2021. We were a large family and couldn’t think of a better place to share much needed time together.There is a pond so watch small children. I would love to return in the future!

    Reviewed by Pamela5.0Jul 2021

  • "We had a lovely week away here."

    It was booked last minute due unforseencircumstances which meant we were unable to get a hot tub sorted out for our stay. Also no stair gates were found as advertised. The above were the only niggles we had during our stay. For big families or some who just want space, this is an ideal place.

    Reviewed by Mark4.4Oct 2020

  • "Much more than we were expecting, loads of room for large parties."

    Comfy and clean with everything that you need. The kitchen more equipped than mine at home. Views are amazing and you would not know that the town was only 3 miles away. The kids made as much noise as they wanted. This getaway was the best of 2020.

    Reviewed by Elizabeth5.0Sep 2020

  • "Another wonderful stay at Tregoninny - 2ne year running."

    We are a large family and made use of all the rooms! The only issues were a blocked toilet and a powercut which are impossible to control really, but the maintenance team came straight out for the toilet and fixed it, and then the powercut is impossible to control as it was during Storm Ciara and it made it quite exciting (we had one last year too, so maybe worth noting it could be a regular thing in this area) .However they are well prepared with torches in the plug sockets which is a really cool idea! Cream teas at Healeys a big success again! Floorplan would be super useful on the listing - as so many bedrooms it gets SO confusing when trying to work out where everyone is going!

    Reviewed by Salli4.7Feb 2020

  • "A very good property for large families and groups."

    A bit of a scary drive at night to get to the property but worth it moon the less. Highly recommended it

    Reviewed by Mehboob5.0Aug 2019

  • "Tregoninny farmhouse is a fantastic property and was ideal for our family group of 20 (plus three dogs)."

    It is well presented throughout, with generously sized rooms, so, regardless of your party size, you never feel on top of each other. The garden is great for an active group and the woodland walk perfect for the dogs. I highly recommend it. Be aware that the track from the road is pretty rough and needs to driven carefully to avoid car damage, especially when arriving fully laden!

    Reviewed by Mark5.0Jul 2019

  • "A beautiful location with fantastic scenery House exceeded all our expectations Great house for family gatherings and very spacious The grounds are beautifully kept and the conservatory was the lace to be ."

    Reviewed by David5.0Jun 2019

  • "A Brilliant holiday home for party of 14 senior citizens."

    Lovely peaceful location; luxury comfort and facilities. Far exceeded our expectations plus all the unexpected extras especially flowers, cider and cream teas. All problems sorted out in a trice. Highly recommended

    Reviewed by Pauline4.7May 2019

  • "The photos do not do this place justice!"

    The space and layout ensured a sociable time and/or respite time throughout the long weekend. The gardens were lovely and the croquet set was put to good use. One of the 4 dogs barked when left overnight and kept people awake when the (dog) beds were in the hall, but once put in the conservatory no-one could hear him which gives an indication of the size of the place! The Owners were very accommodating - they even allowed us to bring the caravan and park it out of the way so we could continue on into Cornwall and were very helpful and patient when we got stuck half way up their drive! Walks from the house and into Truro if you had a mind. A very nice National Trust Property nearby (the name escapes me) who's grounds sweep down into the estuary and onto very pretty riverside walks. Could have stayed much longer!

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0May 2019

  • "We had a party of 12 staying for three nights so we could travel to Penzance and watch the rugby whilst some went to the Tate Train from Truro to Penzance and made a brilliant day enjoying the sunshine and the pubs en-route!"

    Accommodation was perfect with good space and good facilities However, you do need to provide some pint glasses!!! but apart from that we ALL agreed it was excellent!!

    Reviewed by Clive5.0Mar 2019

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  • Eleven bedrooms. Main farm house: Ground floor 1 x single next to family bathroom,1 x double
  • First floor 2 x twin, 1 x super-king (zip/link available on request) with en-suite shower and basin
  • 1 x super-king (zip/link available on request) Ground floor WC
  • Ground floor bathroom with separate bath, shower, WC and basin
  • First floor family bathroom
  • Barns: 3 separate barns - All ground floor, no steps 1 x super-king (zip/link available on request) wet room with bath, shower, basin and WC
  • 1 x twin room, bath with shower over, basin and WC
  • 1 x King with en-suite shower, bath, basin and WC
  • Courtyard Annex: 2 annex rooms - All ground floor, no steps 3 x single, with en-suite wet room, shower, bath, basin and WC. 1 x super-king (zip/link available on request) with en-suite wet room, shower, bath, basin and WC
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Kitchen/diner with breakfast bar
  • Utility
  • Dining room with snug area and wood burning stove
  • Sitting room with wood burning stove
  • Conservatory with wood burning stove
  • Games room
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stoves
  • Smeg range cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer
  • Smart TV, intermittent WiFi due to rural location, selection of games
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot, highchair and 2 x stairgates available on request
  • Ample off-road parking - please note the driveway is steep, long, winding and rough terrain; please consider your vehicle being suitable
  • Front patio terrace with furniture and lower lawned garden with extra land, Large charcoal BBQ
  • Five well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 1.5 miles
  • Note: There is a pond in the garden and children are to be supervised at all times
  • Note: There is a wall in the garden with a high drop, children must be supervised at all times
  • Note: 4 of the bedrooms are ideal for guests with limited mobility. Please refrain from walking in the woodland area

The property

Engulfed by green countryside and its own private woodland, with vineyards and farmland amounting to 194 acres, this beautiful farmhouse is nestled near the village of Tresillian in Cornwall.

Just a few miles outside of Truro, with designated walks right from the doorstep and plenty to see and do in the surrounding area, this accommodation is perfect for large groups and family celebrations.

The lounge is fabulously uplifted by beamed ceilings and large plush sofas, with artwork and upholstery brightening up the place.

A luxurious range cooker warms up the kitchen, complimented by granite worktops, a breakfast island and modern cooking equipment to use at your leisure.

Sit in the grand dining room at mealtimes and gossip over the adventures you have had so far.

The patio doors stream in plenty of natural light, illuminating the woodwork and high vaulted ceiling.

At one corner is a snug area, where you can lounge the days away with a good book.

You can always choose the conservatory as your resting spot, with sumptuous seating and a woodburning stove to keep your toes nice and toasty.

A wonderful set of bedrooms rest on the first floor, with a double and a twin room on the ground floor for easy access.

The vast gardens and pretty patio to the front of the cottage are simply ideal for relaxing with a drink, whilst the children explore further afield, the large lower garden is also perfect for adventures no matter what the weather.

Tresillian is a quaint village offering riverside walks and further south, Truro boasts many shops, bars and restaurants.

Take a trip to Falmouth and stroll along the harbour with fish and chips or head across to the Roseland Peninsula to discover wooded countryside and secluded coves.

A fabulous region to explore from the ideal base!

Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £350.

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About the location


Truro 3 miles; Tregony 4.3 miles; Portloe 8.3 miles, Perranport, 12 miles, Falmouth 14 miles

This small creekside village is nestled in mid Cornwall, three miles east of Truro. The meaning of the village translates to "a place of eels" in the Cornish language, according to a 19th century writer. However since then it has been translated to "farm/settlement of a man called Sulyen". Within the village is a small number of older buildings including a Grade II listed thatched Inn. Set in the Cornish countryside, Tresillian retains a largely rural character, with the advantage of not being too far away from Cornwall's capital. There is a mixture of pastoral and arable farming in the surrounding area and one of the prettiest riverside walks in Cornwall can be accessed from the western end of the village. Truro offers a good range of independent shops as well as art galleries, bars, restaurants, a cinema and a theatre. The architecture will intrigue those who visit along with plenty of things to do and see. Just meandering through the Georgian cobbled streets is a pleasure in itself. Day trips can be had to Falmouth, along the stunning Fal estuary, where its natural harbour and beaches will keep you occupied for hours. Across from Falmouth harbour is the beautiful town of St Mawes, surrounded by rocky coves and lush green countryside of the Roseland Peninsula. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty will inspire those looking for awe and wonder, with a vast region of fabulous walking, delightful creeks and tranquil beaches. A fabulous area you will want to return to!

Note: This property requires a a good house keeping bond £350 7 days prior to arrival
Note: Some of the handrails as pictured in the bathrooms are no longer in place

Please refrain from walking in the woodland area

This property offers the following short breaks:

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  • Off-season
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