Trengayor Farm

Bude, Cornwall

Suitible for: 6 Humans icon 6 Humans
Suitible for: 4 Dogs icon 4 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

See Cornwall like it’s supposed to be, out on adventures, on walks to the coast, or just the amazing views from the windows of a beautiful Victorian farmhouse

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Finding the treasure trove of dog items waiting for them
  • Curling up by the wood burner for a toasted-belly nap
  • Pretending they’ve not been fed when you cook on the BBQ

Humans will love

  • The dual aspect views from the roll-top bath (yes, really)
  • Being just a mile or so to the coast
  • Family dinner time or group feasts in the gorgeous, well-equipped kitchen

The place

With three bedrooms, sleeping six, Trengayor Farm is the perfect place for a family or a group to get out and explore this part of Cornwall! A freshly renovated farmhouse, it looks like a conceptual design for the most ideal coastal cottage – the interior’s large, light and airy, with space for everyone to stretch out and relax. You’ll spend mornings out on the patio, the early risers greeting the late-slumberers with steaming cups in the sunshine, whilst hounds circle the enclosed gardens in happy bounds. Close by, you’ve got the option to be dragged by overly-thrilled dogs through woodland, or across ear-and-tongue-flapping winds on coastal paths. Further afield, there are award-winning beaches and beautiful market towns with harbours to explore. Best of all, if you’re not feeling the effort, let the others shoot off for adventure, and grab a few peaceful hours lying in the roll-top bath, looking out the dual aspect windows, and breathe a few long, relaxed sighs.


  • 2 x Double rooms
  • 1 x Twin room with bunk beds


  • En suite with walk-in shower
  • Bathroom with roll-top bath
  • Utility room with washing machine and airer
  • Shower gel and hand soap

Living and relaxing

  • Open-plan kitchen with sofa and Smart TV
  • Living room with fireplace and Smart TV
  • Two Chesterfield sofas
  • Wood burner
  • Patio with outdoor sofa for six

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, gas hob, dishwasher, toaster and cooking utensils
  • Cooking basics supplied - coffee and milk
  • Indoor dining table with seating for six
  • Kitchen island with two bar stools
  • BBQ

For the dog

  • Treats jar
  • Dog beds
  • Dog blankets
  • Dog towels and drying mitt
  • Outdoor hose
  • Dog shampoo
  • Toys
  • Mud room to clean off muddy paws

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Dogs go free

Optional extras

  • Earlier check in/later check out available on request

You should know

  • The enclosed garden is surrounded by a four foot fence, so keep an eye on escape artists! Extra long leads can be provided on request
  • The field next to the house often has sheep roaming in it, so please put dogs on leads if you're wandering nearby
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In the neighbourhood

  • When you’re this close to the coast, what could come to mind, but getting out into the water? Just a 1.5-mile walk through ancient woodland, populated by deer and birds of all kinds, you’ll get to Milhook Haven – an epic shingle beach, overlooked by a dramatic cliff face. It’s a gorgeous place to stretch the dog’s legs, and if you’re an experienced surfer, it’s said to have one of the finest left-hand breaks in Europe! Backed by a stretch of South West Coastal path, you can extend this walk for as long as you like
  • From this stay, you’re just 10 miles from Boscastle and it’s well worth a day out. You can tour the harbour, taking in the River Valency as it meanders out to sea, and head out to Warren Point at the very edge of the town, overlooking the water. It has the South West Coastal Path on both sides for coastal strolls, and the town itself is worth exploring for a dog-friendly bite to eat – with the Napoleon Inn being a great choice!
  • Just north of Boscastle, there’s Widemouth Bay, which is a popular destination for surfers due to its wide open space being perfect for learners. The beach has some seasonal restrictions for dogs on the northern end, but the southern end is available to dogs all year round. Between Boscastle and Widemouth, there’s Crackington Haven and High Cliff. These two spots are on the South West Coastal path where the cliffs rise to the highest points in Cornwall, making for incredible views and great stops on a long walk between the two places
  • You could be at Tintagel in around 20 minutes from Trengayor Farm, and there’s plenty of options available there for you and a hound! You could visit King Arthur’s Great Halls – a building furnished with a round table, stone throne and beautiful stained glass windows, built in the 1930s dedicated to the legend of King Arthur. They welcome dogs with treats, presumably as fond of dogs as King Arthur was of his hound – Cavall. Dogs are also welcome at Tintagel Castle, as long as they’re on leads, which is mostly for their own safety! There’s almost too much to mention at Tintagel, like Merlin’s Cave, Rocky Valley or Trebarwith Strand Beach – so give it a google, and plan a day out
  • If you’ve never been to Padstow, now’s the time. It’s just a 50-minute drive, and it’ll reward you with the wide open spread of the River Camel, a beautiful harbour to wander around, with fresh seafood at stalls, and even an incredible dog shop called ‘Slicker’s Doghouse’ where you can buy all you need for your hound, as well as ingenious items for the active owner, like a dog sling, or even Rex Specs – goggles for the active dog!
  • The area around Padstow is chock-a-block with things to do, places to see, and of course, incredible sniffs. If you wanted to centre a day around activities (other than window shopping and fine eating in the centre of town), there’s ‘The Rumps’ and Pentire Point, a mini-peninsula of land to explore just north of the town that’s encircled by the South West Coastal Path, and just below the two, Polzeath Beach (which has some seasonal restrictions)
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