Tregulland Cottage and Barn Luxury self catering accommodation in Cornwall
Tregulland Nestled in a valley on the edge of Bodmin Moor, Tregulland in North Cornwall is a self-catering Cottage and Barn set in 16 acres of private grounds. Hire the whole property for exclusive use of 22+ or hire just the Cottage with 6 bedrooms, or just the Barn with 5 bedrooms. All bedrooms are en suite including Hansgrohe rainfall showers, and larger bathrooms have roll-top baths. Tregulland is a child-friendly property with cots and extra beds available by request.
The Cottage With a delightful English eccentric design and expansive living areas, the Cottage is ideal for large groups and parties. From admiring the view or enjoying a book in the sunroom to banqueting with friends and family in the impressive dining room, the interlinked space is truly stunning.
Full of character, it has bluey greeny colours, quirky fabrics and a fairyland - quality.
Enjoy views of the valley from this zingy room. French doors lead out to the Cottage terrace.
At the top of its own staircase, Celandine has an elegant feel. It has a Juliet balcony with great views of Bodmin Moor and the fishing lake.
Valerian is the oldest room at Tregulland, with a wall of mirrors and a crystal drop lamp. It could almost be a room from a cottage in a Grimmâ€™s fairy tale.
Upstairs in the Cottage, with views across the valley, Saxifrage is a seriously cosy room to escape to.
Wood Aven is a great bedroom for those who love to while away time with a book or writing. It is light and airy as it has double aspect windows with views of the valley and the pool house.
The Cottage Dining Room A magnificent setting for large group dining and special occasions, seating up to 24 people. The kitchen is directly off the dining room and you can also open up the doors to the sun room for a more open-plan feel.
The Cottage Sun Room A relaxation room extraordinaire opening out onto the valley and with views of Cornwallâ€™s twin peaks.
The Cottage Kitchen The Kitchen forms part of a stunning living space, with direct access to Sunroom, Dining Room and Snug.
The Cottage Snug If itâ€™s cold outside, while away the afternoon with a good book, a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
The Grounds Tregullandâ€™s 16 acres are for the private use of guests, including landscaped lawns, courtyard, woodland plantation, 1 acre fishing lake and stream. Look out for Doris the 23lb carp and see if you can spot kingfishers, starlings, Canada geese, buzzards, peregrines and our owl, during your stay.
The Pool House The walls are lined with slate and the room is backlit at night which means evening swimming is very special - look up at the stars through the skylights. Freshwater swimming means pure Cornish spring water maintained at the perfect temperature.
The Dutch Tub
The Steam Room
Outdoor and wood-fired. Just outside the pool house, fire up the Dutch hot-tub, lower yourself in and look up at the stars.
After a swim, once you’ve done a few lengths of the pool, the perfect way to relax is to enjoy the steam-room with the cleansing eucalyptus vapours. If you need to cool off there’s always the outside shower.
The Barn Tregullandâ€™s handsome Barn, with a modern British feel, is a temple of relaxation and convivial living. Enjoy a big lunch or supper downstairs in the kitchen diner, and in the evening take a seat in the gabled Granary sitting room, lower the HD projection screen and get ready for movie night.
French windows open straight out to the courtyard, while inside, the bronze hues, and buttoned headboard create a feel that is traditional with a twist.
A charming room with French doors to the courtyard and a walk-in wetroom.
Peregrine is smart, sexy and dramatic - a real master bedroom.
Kingfisher is named after the birdâ€™s colours - indigos and blues -which give the room a tranquil feel.
The Barn Map Room Barn Owl
Plan your next adventure, or have some quiet time out.
Exposed roof beams, wooden floors and panelling makes Barn Owl a delightfully cosy room.
The Barn Kitchen Diner The Barnâ€™s Kitchen and Diner is a great place to get together for a big lunch, a board game, or have a snooze by the fire.
The Barn Granary With oversized sofas, books galore, cosy fireside spots, a card table and a cinema projection screen.
Out and About The area around Tregulland abounds with lovely things to do. There are gorgeous beaches for surfing, swimming, lounging and rock-pooling (some of them are hidden but weâ€™ll let you in to the secret), cliff side walks, pubs, ancient discoveries and of course famous attractions like The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Sustainability Want green travel and the lap of luxury? Tregulland does both. Tregulland has undergone a pioneering energysmart renovation. Heating and hot water is powered by a state-of-the-art biomass boiler and solar panels, insulation is beyond modern regulations, lighting is low energy, electricity is supplied by PV panels and heat recovery and ventilation systems keep the buildings fresh. With extensive use of reclaimed and ethically sourced materials, vintage and up-cylced furniture and no compromise on quality of finish Tregulland is truly inspirational.Â
The Seafood Restaurant at Tregulland
We are excited to announce that we have been working with Rick and Jill Stein’s world famous Seafood Restaurant in Padstow to bring you a private dining experience with a difference. Lead by their son Jack, guests can enjoy a six course tasting menu, exclusively designed to showcase the best seasonal produce and to bring you a taste of The Seafood Restaurant here at Tregulland. This bespoke service is ideal for special celebrations and is the perfect addition to any stay.
Jack was born in Cornwall and is the middle son of three boys. He began his career in the hospitality industry as a kitchen porter during school holidays in The Seafood Restaurant kitchen. At 16 he moved to front of house where he remained throughout his education. Jack completed a BSc in Psychology and an MA in Ancient History at Cardiff University. Upon completing his masters in 2003, he then returned to The Seafood Restaurant as commis chef. After two years he then took up the position of sous chef at Rick Stein’s Café where he remained for another year. Following this, Jack then went on to Paris to stage at La Régalade, which ignited a passion for travel and a period of stage work all over the world. Jack travelled to Australia for an extended stay at Tetsuya’s in Sydney, before exploring the Far East and Japan. Upon his return to Padstow he re-entered The Seafood Restaurant and progressed to sous chef before moving on to a tournant role across the whole company. He is currently the head of development for the company, leading the installation and introduction of a development kitchen for the business, where new recipes and ingredients will be tested.
The Menu Sample Menu to be confirmed.
Bespoke Services Creating memorable experiences and making life easier - Whether you want a grocery or wine delivery, a catered dinner, a massage, surf-school or boat trips, Tregulland arranges a host of treats and activities for guests. From a wonderful meal prepared and served on-site, to private tastings of local wines or a guide to show you those special locations, Tregulland is all about going that little bit further to create an utterly memorable experience. For those days when you would prefer to stay at Tregulland, you will be pleased to hear that we can bring a number of hand-picked experiences directly to you: Fishing, yoga, massage, pilates and beauty therapy to name but a few.
Catering Tregullandâ€™s catering service is for guests who love food, or simply want to forget about cooking for a while. Created just for you - Whether you would like a special-occasion meal, a picnic hamper to take to the coast, a Cornish Cream tea or just some of your meals made and delivered ready for you to pop in the oven... Simple! Our catering options are sourced from some of the finest restaurants and food suppliers in Cornwall, we can even provide waiting staff, bar staff or someone to wash up the morning after!
Where We Are Tregulland is just fifteen minutes drive from the North Cornwall coast. We are easily accessible just 2 minutes drive from the A395 down a quiet country road, and an hour from Exeter.
Telephone: 01566 770880â€ƒ Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgâ€ƒ Website: www.tregulland.co.uk
Image credits and thanks to: Main photography by Brett Symes at www.brettsymesphotography.co.uk Bossiney, http://www.flickr.com/photos/spiral/3603325458/sizes/l/in/photostream/ Surfers at Dusk, Ingred King, VisitCornwall Bodmin Moor, Bob Berry, VisitCornwall
Published on Jan 30, 2012