Trebarber Farm is in a fantastic quiet countryside location, with a range of accommodation options available to suite all needs: 4 charming cottages, static caravans and a family- friendly camp site.
There are 4 cottages at Trebarber Farm:
All of the cottages have well equipped kitchens, with appliances including a full size electric cooker and fridge / freezer.
There are also luxury self- catering caravans available for hire, and can sleep up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms and a double pull out bed in the lounge.
This level, friendly camp site is ideal for mixed couples and families, with stunning views of the countryside and excellent facilities, including a toilet block, hot showers, flushing toilets, laundry and washing up facilities. Prices start from £4 per night per adult, and £1.50 for children.
Although Trebarber is no longer a working farm, there is wonderful scenery and wildlife in the surrounding area, with badgers, hedgehogs, woodpeckers and buzzards all native to the area.
Ample onsite parking available. Well behaved dogs are allowed at the camp site, but must not fowl the site and must always be kept on a lead. A deposit equal to a third of the total cost of the booking is required to secure your dates.
Short breaks are available from October, for a minimum of 3 nights. The Cottage is £50 per night, Sunnyside is £45 per night, and Tansy Corner and Foxgloves are £40 per night.
Trebarber Farm is located near to the coastal town of Newquay, with it's family- friendly attractions, including Blue Reef Aquarium, the National Marine Aquarium, National Maritime Museum, Newquay Zoo and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
From the A30 shortly after the Bodmin by-pass you will go under an iron bridge (height restricted to 14'3''). Shortly after the iron bridge you will see a right turn towards St Mawgan Airfield/St Columb Major.
Take this turning and follow the road to a large roundabout, take the 2nd turning left onto the A3059, follow for about 3 miles and look out for a left turn to Porth Reservoir, turn left there. Carry on for 200 yards where we can clearly be seen.