While travelling through Britain, we stayed at many wonderful B&Bs. Trevigue Farm was no exception.
We navigated the narrow lanes of Cornwall, getting momentarily lost in Crackington Haven, to find this beautiful 16th century farmhouse.
Located high on the Cornish cliffs, this 200 acre farm is set around an ancient cobbled courtyard.
We were welcomed into the gorgeous entrance hall
and shown to the sitting room
where we enjoyed a cup of tea and home baked treats.
There was a snug alcove tucked around the corner.
We were then led up the stairs
to our bedroom.
The room was magnificent with a huge French style bed, vaulted oak beamed ceiling
and a lovely outlook over the courtyard.
We strolled around the farm admiring the stunning views
and the contented animals.
The next morning we were treated to a marvellous cooked breakfast in the cosy dining room
before heading off for a day of discovery in Cornwall.
amazing fire nook ! 🙂
They knew how to keep warm in the 16th century.