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Proved to be a perfect choice for a party of wedding invitees in Portscatho. It's a working farm and a buzzing B&B full of friendliness, bonhomie and a parrot (!), Penny, who presides over the hallway welcoming guests and announcing every front door movement. The...More
Stayed whilst touring some guests around Cornwall.
A two night stop as a base for south Cornwall.
Comfortable, friendly & spotless.
Cannot fault the breakfast too!
Waking to bird song & peacocks together with the house parrot felt almost tropical!
Lovely place, highly recommend.
Great B&B very friendly good rooms & excellent breakfast!!!
Fantastic walks along the coast and beyond good central spot to explore more
of Cornwall. Port Scatho is a fantastic village to explore with several restaurants including the new “taverna” Restuarant owned & run by Simon...More
We really enjoyed our one night in lovely Trewithian Farm en suite room 1. Overlooking the road in lovely cornish countryside. The parrot is a feature, and peacocks in the front courtyard of this real working farm. Very good breakfast with extensive choice of local...More
We stayed for a couple of nights and were greeted by the talkative parrot. Our room was lovely but we had the one with private bathroom (ie not ensuite). It would be good if both the bedroom and bathroom had a bolt on the door...More
Response from WendyP293 | Property representative |
Hi Shelley, my apologies for the delay in responding to your question. The Driftwood Hotel is highly recommended for a special dinner and is a 10 minute walk away. The Hotel Tresanton at St Mawes do a lovely lunch and you... More
Hi Shelley, my apologies for the delay in responding to your question. The Driftwood Hotel is highly recommended for a special dinner and is a 10 minute walk away. The Hotel Tresanton at St Mawes do a lovely lunch and you are able to sit out on the terrace. From St Mawes you are able to go across to Falmouth on the passenger ferry or on the Enterprise a boat ride right up to the City of Truro. There are many gardens close by or just a walk on one of the sandy beaches with a must visit to the Hidden Hut at Porthcurnick Beach again just a 10 minute walk. Thanks Wendy