A warm welcome awaits at Trewithian Farm Bed and Breakfast in Cornwall. Situated in the pretty village of Trewithian near Portscatho and St. Mawes on a working farm in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Trewithian Farm is the ideal retreat for families, couples or single travellers all our rooms are comfortable, spacious and boast magnificent views. Start the day with a hearty cooked breakfast, served in our inviting dining room we use only quality local produce.
Trewithian Farm Bed and Breakfast is the ideal base to explore Cornwall. For the walking enthusiasts the South West Coast Path is just stone’s throw away as is an array of coastal and inland walks. A short drive away is the infamous Cathedral City of Truro with a multitude of shops and restaurants. We are perfectly situated for touring the Roseland Peninsula and West Cornwall via the famous 'King Harry Ferry'. Whatever your interests, from deep sea fishing to Country Gardens this beautiful location has something for everyone. Also a great location for exploring all of Cornwall's fantastic attractions including the Eden Project, Lands End, Newquay's Fistral Beach and much much more. Cornwall is a fantastic place to enjoy a break and there is no better place to stay than Trewithian Farm Bed and Breakfast.
Trewithian Farm offers two double, two family, two twin rooms. All bedrooms are en suite or have access to adjacent bathrooms, with either a choice of shower or bath. Rooms are spacious, comfortable and provided with televisions, tea and coffee making facilities and fantastic views across to coast and country.
Families, groups, singles and business travellers all are welcome at Trewithian Farm. Early breakfasts and packed lunches can be arranged (please advise on booking). From beaches, coastal and inland walking or the many beautiful gardens to shopping in the City of Truro something for everyone all within easy travelling or walking distance from Trewithian Farm B&B.
Follow the A390 towards Truro from St Austell and after approimately 3 miles turn left onto the A3078 signposted Tregony and St Mawes. Follow the signs to Tregony, pass down through the village to the bottom of the hill and turn left on the A3078 towards Portscatho and St Mawes continue along this road for approximately 7 miles until you enter the hamlet of Trewithian we are the first farmhouse on your right.