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Tredethick Farm Cottages


Perfect combination of farmstay fun and family downtime in rural Cornwall

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Tredethick Farm Cottages

From £660/week
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Imagine a holiday as exciting and enthralling for your young children and toddlers as it is relaxing and indulgent for you. Tredethick Farm Cottages is just that kind of place: animals to feed, ponies to ride, places to play and new friends to make… all in gorgeous Cornish countryside yet just a short drive mins to tranquil sandy beaches, National Trust days out and the Eden project (with its giant tropically heated bubbles it's the perfect bad-weather attraction).

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What we think

"One of the first family and child-focussed farm-stays in England, Tredethick continues to set a fine standard in family holiday accommodation, fantastic children's facilities and a genuinely warm welcome. Children will love the freedom to explore this place - parents will love being able to let them do so. There are spaces perfect for year round activity and animals galore, all in a safe and managed environment. Whatever the time of year, whatever the weather, you will be entertained…"

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Hot tubs Hot tubs
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Spa Spa
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at Tredethick Farm Cottages


Eating at Tredethick Farm Cottages


Eating at Tredethick Farm Cottages


Most of the properties are ground floor, single storey and are therefore suitable for those with mobility issues. However, they feature step-in showers and some changes in floor level between rooms, meaning they may not be suitable for all wheelchair users.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By road

Centrally located in Cornwall, just 20 minutes from the A30 turnoff for Bodmin. National Express bus stops are located in Lostwithiel, approximately 5 minutes from Tredethick.

By rail

The nearest railway station is Bodmin Parkway, approximately 20 minutes by car.

By rail

The nearest airport is Newquay, approximately 30 minutes from Tredethick.

By sea

The nearest port is at Fishguard, just 40 minutes away.

About the owners


Listed since April 2009

The Reed family has been a part of Tredethick for more than 100 years. Our beautiful courtyard cottages were lovingly converted from Victorian barns – with parts of the houses salvaged from earlier medieval buildings. We know how important a family holiday is and with more than twenty years’ experience delivering memorable family holidays, we are confident that you’ll love your holiday with us.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • Polkerris beach is a great child-friendly beach with fantastic facilities including Sam’s on the Beach, a funky family restaurant.

  • The world-class Eden Project with huge tropical and Mediterranean biomes isn’t too far – and is well worth a visit.

  • Take a buggy-friendly riverside walk through Respryn Woods, leading to the National Trust’s Lanhydrock House, gardens and cafe.

  • Enjoy the many woodland cycle trails at Lanhydrock. There’s a cycle hub you can hire bikes with baby seats and tagalongs. And a café and play area.

  • Restormel Castle is a wonderful place for children to run around and explore.

  • Fowey, where the river meets the sea, is a charming town with great shops and eateries, plus boat hire, ferry trips and pontoons for dangling crab-lines.

  • Explore the area’s abundant history at nearby St Dogmaels Abbey, Cilgerran Castle and the restored Cardigan Castle grounds and museum - the home of the first Eisteddfod amongst other places of interest locally.