A mile from St Kew and its excellent pub, is a handsome detached converted barn, believed to have medieval origins.
Elegant and roomy with knobbly walls, deep-set windows and a few exposed beams, this is an inviting and attractive place to stay.
There's a big open-plan living area with a wood burning stove and wooden floor.
Upstairs are three bedrooms – a bright double with French windows, a family room, and a single.
To the front and sides is a large, enclosed, mostly lawned garden with table and chairs, shaded by mature trees, with lovely long views.
This is a wonderfully quiet spot, a few miles from popular Port Isaac and the coast.
There are splendid walks along the Coast Path to many delightful coves including Port Gaverne, the fjord-like Port Quin and splendid surf sand beach at Polzeath.
There’s water bound adventures to be had at Rock just five miles along the coast, where you'll find a sailing school and water sports centre.
Trewethern Barn is in an ideal spot for exploring this beautiful stretch of coastline.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with French windows to garden, 1 x family room with double and single beds, 1 x single. Open-plan living area with sitting area with wood burning stove, kitchen and dining area. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor WC and basin.
About the location
Port Isaac 4 miles ; Wadebridge 4 miles ; Bodmin 10 miles
Not far from Port Isaac, St Kew is a small village – the first recorded in Cornwall! - on the north Cornish coast. The village church dates from the fifteenth century and is home to some remarkable stained glass windows. Also in St Kew is a traditional village pub and a golf course, and there is a donkey sanctuary at St Kew Highway. The St Kew Inn also dates from the fifteenth century, and boasts a lovely open fire in winter and a pretty beer garden for sunshine drinks in the summer. There are some lovely walks in the countryside surrounding St Kew, including a circular route through the river valleys.
Note: Sorry, no short breaks