This large and stylish property is perfect for a large family or group holiday. The adjoining Harris Cottage can be rented as an annex for larger parties, providing accommodation for a further two guests.
Trewollack has a spacious main sitting room with a period open fireplace and large, comfortable sofas. You’ll also find a smart TV, DVD player, hi-fi and an ample supply of DVDs and board games. A second sitting room/library has built-in bookshelves holding a wide selection of books, and another TV and DVD player.
The traditional slate-floored kitchen and dining room is equipped with an electric range cooker with double oven and ceramic hob, an American-style larder fridge freezer, and a wide selection of cookware, crockery and glassware. A large round table is perfect for informal dining, with an open fireplace and period furniture to set the mood.
There are four bedrooms, all located on the first floor: two en-suite double bedrooms with king size beds, and two twin bedrooms, all with comfortable beds and Egyptian cotton bed linen.
An en-suite bathroom and separate family bathroom each has a bath with overhead shower, a wash basin and a WC. There is also an en-suite shower room leading from one of the double bedrooms, and a ground floor cloakroom.
The house has extensive grounds with a terrace, garden furniture and barbecue. Securely fenced, the garden is ideal for dogs to run around in.
Trewollack House is a perfect base for dogs and you are very welcome to bring up to two dogs during your holiday at a cost of £30 per dog per week.
“We found this property to be excellent both in terms of its location, the size of the house, the facilities within the house and the quality of the furnishings. We stayed with another family and have some very happy memories.”
Trewollack house has far reaching views over Duchy farmland and is discretely positioned at the end of a private road. It is within very easy reach of the spectacular north coast, with its excellent swimming and surfing beaches. The popular resort of Newquay is just a mile away, with the Duchy’s pioneering urban extension to the town, ‘Nansledan’, a comfortable walk from the house.