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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Tregony Cornwall

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The Bolt Hole

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Tregony
Overlooking sloping meadows with the River Fal running along the valley, this cottage has retained its 18th Century charm and benefits from a sunny enclosed garden and parking to the front of the cottage.

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Property code: 78368

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Little Thatch

Sleeps up to 3
Location: Tregony
Recently renovated, this idyllic, traditional thatched cottage is set in the heart of Tregony, gateway to the Roseland Peninsula. Little Thatch is perfectly positioned as a base for your holiday to the Roseland and for visiting around Cornwall.
Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one bedroom only.
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Property code: 76197

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Frogmore Corner

Sleeps up to 3
Location: Tregony
A delightful, sunny cottage, full of character which has been completely refurbished by the new owner. Situated on the edge of the historic village of Tregony with lovely views over farm land and the Fal River valley below. The perfect base for visiting the stunning Roseland Peninsula or further afield.

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Property code: 74386

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Tregony, Roseland, Cornwall

Tregony Holiday Cottages in Cornwall.

We have selection of lovely self catering holiday cottages in & around Tregony, Cornwall.

The village of Tregony in Cornwall is often referrred to as the 'gateway to the Roseland'. The exceptionally wide Fore Street is a relic from the days when this was a busy port and market town with considerable traffic. The port has long since silted up due in part to china clay workings up stream, but Tregony has retained its charm. Tregony has an unusual clock tower on the Fore Street and the seventeenth century almshouses which boast an unusual wooden gallery. The site of a twelfth century Norman castle known as Treg-ney from which the village got its name is situated on Tregony Hill.

The woods and riverside in the area between here and Ruan Lanihorne are fantastic to explore. The river is a firm favourite with ornithologists, the magical Lamorran Woods are alive with bluebells in the spring, you're as likely to pass deer or pheasants as you are motorists along this stretch of the Roseland. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project and the city of Truro are only a short drive away from Tregony. Heading further into the Roseland you can find sandy beaches at Pendower, Cream Teas at Mellinsey Mill near Veryan, and sailing and boat trips in St Mawes.