Tregurnow Farmhouse
Luxury Bed & Breakfast
 Self Catering Holiday Accommodation
Penzance, West Cornwall


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0ur elegant Georgian style farmhouse was built around 1850 and combines comfort, space and luxury with a friendly stress free atmosphere making it the perfect place for you to relax and unwind.

A ten minute walk will take you into the wooded Lamorna Valley famous for its colony of artists at the turn of the last century. This has recently been documented in the film “Summer in February”. Many of the paintings from this era are housed in the Penlee Gallery in Penzance which is well worth a visit. Many of the Poldark locations are also close by.

If you feel more energetic there is a network of public footpaths radiating from the farm linking Mousehole to the east and Porthcurno and Land's End to the west along the South West Way. Seals, basking sharks & dolphins are often seen from the cliff paths also Cornish Choughs have been reintroduced locally so be vigilant!

Our local pub The Lamorna Wink is just down the lane and serves food everyday and evening in the summer months and from Wednesday to Sunday during off peak times. It’s a roast lunch only on a Sunday. Booking is advisable (01736 731566)

There are many other places to eat locally especially Mousehole and Treen but they involve a short car journey.

Lamorna Cove and the surrounding coastline are very popular with divers and there are many interesting dives. The cove provides facilities for launching small craft or boat hire. It has a lovely café with seating inside & out. The café is open in the evening in the height of the summer season. There is also small gift shop and off license.  It is also ideal for sea fishing. Car park passes are available from us on request.

Mount's Bay is the best place for sailing, windsurfing and kite surfing while around the coast at Sennen surfing is the chosen sport. Tuition and equipment hire are available.

Visit the famous Minack Theatre at Porthcurno. There are productions which change each week throughout the summer season and “one off” events earlier and later in the year. Booking ahead of your visit is advisable.

The Tate Gallery, Barbara Hepworth Museum & Leach Pottery are all in St Ives as well as many superb restaurants and beaches. Take the train to St Ives using the park & ride scheme from St Erth or Lelant the best way to get there during the summer months.

There are numerous National Trust properties and gardens in West Penwith which are particularly beautiful during the Spring and early Summer. St Michaels Mount is probably the most famous. Accessed by the causeway at low tide and by boat at all other times.

The Cornish Mining World Heritage site is on our doorstep. Geevor Tin mine, Levant Beam Engine & The Crowns at Bottalack are all situated on the North coast between St Just & Zennor

The Merry Maidens stone circle is in a neighbouring field and we have our very own 'Tregurnow Cross' in our driveway. These are just a couple of the many ancient sites to be found in West Penwith.

The unique Eden Project and also the National Maritime Museum Cornwall on Falmouth's waterfront, which are both only about an hour’s drive away