Tredinney Farm - TR19 6HX
Telephone: +44 (0)1736 810352 - Email us
Welcome to Tredinney
Tredinney Farm offers visitors the true experience of
staying on a working Cornish farm.
The Farm and its surroundings
Top left: Tredinney Farm from Bartinney Downs with sea in background,
Top right: one of the Porthcurno's beaches, Middle left: Lane to Tredinney,
Bottom right: Tredinney Farm from the air
Bottom left: Towards Bartinney Downs, ideal for walks.
Beaches Sennen Cove with its large beach popular for swimming and surfing is a short drive away.
Archaeology Tredinney stands in the area of West Penwith which is famous for its landscape, areas of moorland and the largest concentration of archaeological monuments in Cornwall, including stone circles dating from the Bronze Age, ancient burial chambers, inscribed stones and granite crosses.
We have archaeological sites on our own farm, and Carn Euny ancient monument village is on our farm's boundary. Our fields go as far as Chapel Euny, where the famous holy well is, very close to Carn Euny Iron Age village.
Rare Plants and Flowers An area of outstanding natural beauty, with many Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its ancient field systems and its rare flora. Walks from the doorstep to see the common on our Farm Trail.
World Heritage Site The mining heritage of nearby St Just was recognised in 2006 when it became part of Cornwall's World Heritage Site.
Around Tredinney and Places to Visit
The Land's End aerodrome, offering scenic flights, is only 2 miles away, and an infrequent bus service passes the end of the farm lane.
Immediately behind the farm is the Tredinney Common and Bartinney Downs. These are lovely for country walks and a number of circular walks can be done from the farm, offering marvellous views from Cape Cornwall to Land's End, and around Mounts Bay to the Lizard.
Within a very short distance is the Chapel Cam Brea Hill, which boasts having the widest of seaviews in Great Britain, the Cam Euny ancient monument village and other historic features. West Penwith contains a huge concentration of archaeological monuments with many dating from the Bronze and Iron Age.
The hedgerows and the common are very attractive, with gorse and wild flowers, and are home to the cuckoo in the spring and early summer, which is then followed by the flowering heather, and attracts many different types of birds and wildlife.
Within a small radius there are many beaches and coves, Whitesands at Sennen, an excellent beach for surfing and watersports, being the nearest. There are shops, churches, post offices, and inns etc at St. Buryan, 2 and 1/4 miles away, Sennen is 3 and 1/2 miles St. Just 4 miles, and of course Penzance.
The Porthcurno beaches and the unique open-air Minack Theatre are a short distance away and St. Ives can be approached cross country via Penzance or the spectacular coastal road on the B 3306. It is a good area for sightseeing and tourist attractions.
Tredinney is within easy travelling distance of Cornwall's most spectacular gardens including Trengwainton and the world famous Eden.
It is very quiet here at the farm, away from the traffic etc. and both the farmhouse and the cottage are set back from the actual farmyard. Both have pleasant, attractive gardens, which guests are welcome to use.
The Warren family have lived at Tredinney since the late 19th century, and are now the fifth generation to farm the land, and as such have a wealth of local knowledge. We are happy to advise visitors on places to visit and features of interest throughout Penwith and Cornwall.
A real warm Cornish welcome awaits you at Tredinney Farm
Tredinney Farm - Telephone: +44 (0)1736 810352 - Email us
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