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House & Bedrooms

Traditionally furnished and full of country charm, where portraits of family members line the walls, all rooms have lovely views of the surrounding country side.
Trenake Farm offers AA 4 gold stars award winning accommodation in a 15th century  grade 2 listed farmhouse,  which was once used as a monastery for monks fleeing King Henry VIII during the dissolution of the monasteries.
 

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Our History

We have been taking bed and breakfast guests in this  grade 2 listed farmhouse for over 70 yrs. Mrs Viola Philp started B&B with evening meal in the early 1940s, in fact she bought the very first brand new tractor the farm ever had with a year’s takings !!! Bearing in mind that the tractors on the farm today cost about £70,000 that’s a record I think she will continue to hold !! Back then families would come to stay for a one or two weeks full board holiday and often stayed around the farm all day.

Today our guests often stay a week or more, many returning year after year, but others come for a shorter break to enjoy all the very best South East Cornwall has to offer.

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The Farm

The Farmhouse accommodation is set in the middle of 375acres on
Trenake Farm, which has been in our family for 5 generations.

Today we are farming 975 acres in total. 375 are owned with a further 600 acres on a farm tenancy.

There are three main enterprises. Dairy, Beef & Arable.
We have 320 Holstein/Friesian dairy cows which are milked twice a day at 4.45am & 2.30pm producing 3,000,000 Litres of milk a year.