A hearty Cornish breakfast welcomes you when you stay at TREDINNEY FARM. Using local, seasonal ingredients and adapted to suit any specialist dietary requirements, it will set you up for a day of exploring the finest that West Cornwall can offer. This is a popular spot for people on walking holidays or completing parts of the South West Coast Path. Its close proximity to Lands End makes it an ideal base for travelling to the Isles of Scilly or taking part in an End to End challenge. The famous Minack Theatre, with open air productions by the sea, is a short drive as are the picturesque fishing villages of Mousehole and Newlyn. You can also watch the milking and have a tour of the working area of the farm. The Warrens have been breeding their prize winning cattle here for 5 generations. Rosemary and her son James are very happy to share their knowledge and passion for their industry.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: St Buryan
From Penzance take the Land's End A30 road, do not go to St.Buryan, keep on A30. After 5 miles, the farm lane will be on the right hand side of the road, just before Crows-an-wra. There is a large sign 'Tredinney Farmhouse Accommodation' at the end of the lane and also a sign 'Cardinney Caravan Park'. Turn into the lane and continue past the caravan park. At the Y junction, bear right along the lane. The farmhouse is the fourth house in the farm-place. When you see the new barn conversions, 'The Roost and Primrose Barn', turn left around the corner. Go through the gateway and the B&B is immediately in front of you. This is 7/10 of a mile from the A30.
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