3 Bedrooms for 6 people (plus cots)
Trelawney's outline, as it is today, is marked on the 1840 tithe map and is undoubtedly considerably older than that. Today’s Trelawney Barn makes a comfortable and spacious home-from-home for six.
Enter into the big hall (with grandfather clock), and through to the fully-equipped oak kitchen with stone floor and farmhouse kitchen table. The large sitting room has a beautiful polished wood floor, wool rugs, antiques, freeview smart TV, bluetooth speaker, comfortable armchairs and sofas and a large inglenook fireplace with glass-fronted log burner. French windows open onto your garden and overlook the river valley below.
There are 3 bedrooms upstairs. One with a king size four poster, one with a king size double bed and one with twin beds. All the bedrooms have fitted wool carpets and antique furniture. Upstairs, one bathroom has a bath and separate shower and the second is a shower room. Downstairs there is a third shower room.
Trelawney Barn has stunning views from the master bedroom, the sitting room and the walled garden across rolling hills to Looe and the river below.
Trelawney is dog friendly and comes with access to our fantastic facilities including:
outdoor pool, spa pool and infrared sauna
indoor and outdoor play
150 acres to roam
Spacious family home with spectacular views
Master bedroom with kingsize 4 poster
2 further bedrooms; 1 king & 1 twin
Enclosed garden with super views
Glass-fronted log burner
Smart TV, bluetooth speaker, radio
Upstairs; 1 bathroom with bath & separate shower, 1 shower room
Downstairs shower room
Fully equipped farmhouse kitchen with dishwasher
- Washing machine and tumble dryer
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