Short Breaks at Treworgey
We offer short breaks from November to mid-May.
Our prices include all your heating, electricity, and really comfortable kingsize beds, with crisp cotton linen and towels, beautiful comfortable furniture and antiques, logs for a roaring fire, and fresh flowers and a welcome tray to greet you. All Treworgey’s facilities, from Coombe Kitchen’s home-cooked food to our tennis court, play areas, walks and our riding school are available year-round (except the swimming pool which is normally open mid-May to mid September).
Please note that short breaks are NOT available during any school holidays.
If you see a vacancy you cannot book online, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01503 262730 for a quote.
We offer short breaks from November to mid May (excluding school holidays) at 70% of the weekly cost. These prices are for three nights at the weekend (any break that includes Friday or Saturday night), or four nights midweek. To obtain a price for your dates, please select your property and days using our booking calendar.
Breaks or 4 nights or more can also be arranged, please email email@example.com or call 01503 262730 for availability and prices.
Cornwall at its Best
Spring, Autumn and Winter holidays at Treworgey are very competitively priced and have the advantage that Cornwall is less crowded. We have a wealth of fantastic coastal walks, empty beaches and beautiful woodlands just on our doorstep.
Enjoy leafy autumn walks followed by roaring fires in November, Christmas markets in December, snowdrops in January, an explosion of daffodils in February or camelias and a mass of primroses in March. Spring at Treworgey is an absolute haven for garden lovers, not only here in your private cottage garden but at the many fantastic big gardens open to the public locally.
What previous guests have to say:
Everything that we might have wanted in a luxury cottage was there, and more. Can also highly recommend the spa treatments provided by Cheryl which completed our luxury break- hopefully the first of many visits to Treworgey.Bridget