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Higher Treliver United Kingdom

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Higher Treliver is a wonderful holiday property that is nestled in the countryside between St Wenn and Withiel, south of Wadebridge. It is a beautifully presented farmhouse that comes with a small guest house, sleeping up to ten guests in total. It enjoys a fabulous spot where you can relax in total privacy and enjoy superb countryside views. The guest house sleeps two and is perfect for grandparents or another couple who might appreciate a little privacy during the holiday.
The location of Higher Treliver is perfect for those that love the great outdoors. It is within easy reach of some of Cornwall’s most fabulous beaches including Padstow, Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth and Newquay on the north coast and St Austell and Fowey on the south coast. Wadebridge is very pretty and offers an excellent array of shops, cafes and restaurants. In June every year, Wadebridge is the site of the magnificent Royal Cornwall Show, one of the largest agricultural shows held in the country. The fabulous fishing port of Padstow is a tourist mecca with excellent amenities, a renowned dining scene and a passenger ferry across the river to Rock and the beach at Daymer Bay. Higher Treliver is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding hills and moors and the Camel Trail, a wonderful walking and cycling track following the old railway route from Bodmin to Padstow. The area is a golfing haven with the renowned courses of Trevose, Point at Polzeath and St Enodoc all within twenty minutes or so so don’t forget your clubs! Guests enjoy trips to the astounding Eden Project and the romantic Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Serenity awaits at Higher Treliver. As well as wonderfully comfortable sleeping and living spaces, it boasts a fabulous garden with a hot tub, alfresco dining, a barbecue and fire pit. It is a haven for hunkering down with the moors and breathtaking beaches close by. You just need to pack your walking boots, your swimming costumes and a good book or three. On the ground floor of the farmhouse you will find an attractive living room with a Smart television for a Netflix movie evenings, a wood burning stove for a cosy atmosphere, a desk, book shelves and comfy sofas. The dining room is very smart with a dining table for ten and doors to the garden. The kitchen is superb, offering an Aga, an American style fridge freezer, a wine fridge and other excellent appliances. The utility room offers laundry appliances. There is also a shower room on the ground floor.
Upstairs, you will discover four beautifully appointed bedrooms with a mix of antique and modern furnishings. The beds are all adorned with gorgeous soft furnishings and crisp cottons. The master bedroom enjoys a kingsize bed and an ensuite bathroom. Another bedroom comes with a kingsize bed, another with a double bed and the last offers twin beds. The family bathroom boasts a bath with a handheld shower as well as a walk-in dual shower. The guest house is nestled in the garden with twin beds, a shower room and a seating area. It is very lovely and very peaceful.
The garden is a delight. There is parking on the front driveway for two cars and parking on the rear drive for three cars. Offering hot tub heaven, the luxurious eco friendly Scandinavian style wood fired hot tub sits in a lovely position in the garden. You just need to pop a cork, relax and enjoy the sunsets and night skies. Higher Treliver enjoys a wonderful inland location, just a few miles from the beautiful north Cornwall beaches and the popular seaside resorts of Padstow, Newquay and Mawgan Porth. This area of Cornwall has much to offer from its blissful beaches and moors to gorgeous towns and villages, beautiful cycle and hiking paths, boat trips, watersports and plenty of superb gardens.
Wadebridge enjoys a fascinating history, originating from 1313 when a market and two fairs were granted to Wade. Its fifteenth century bridge across the River Camel is stunning with seventeen arches along its three hundred and twenty foot length. The bridge was built by the Reverend Lovibond in 1460 with legend saying that the wealthy landowners who paid for it made their money from wool. Cycles can be hired to explore the Camel Trail and the surrounding countryside. Wadebridge’s leisure centre offers swimming, squash, weights, a solarium and more.
Padstow is a charming working fishing port, surrounded by heavenly sandy beaches at the head of the Camel River. It is a foodie destination with Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainesworth at No.6 sitting at the top of the list of renowned wonders. Seven blissful golden beaches are accessible in less than a five minute drive and the location is perfect for exploring the stunning South West Coast Path. You can enjoy a fun filled day on the beach with rock pooling, body boarding, surfing and castle building, explore the Cornish countryside, visit the Padstow Museum, take a white-knuckle speedboat or rib ride to enjoy the rugged coastal scenery or take the ferry over to Rock. The picturesque port is full of character and historical interest. You can take a boat trip from the harbour to looking for seals, dolphins, puffins and basking sharks, to fish or just to mess about on the water and enjoy the sunshine. Overlooking Padstow, you will find the fine Elizabethan country house, Prideaux Place. There is a Poldark connection with Padstow. Fans of north Cornwall will recognise Levlizzick, the cliffs and the spectacular views across the Camel Estuary and Tregirls Beach on the drama series.
North Cornwall’s Coastal Path is alive with flora, fauna, views and myths and legends from its past. There is a gorgeous walk from Constantine Bay to Porthcothan via a natural pool at Treyarnon Beach with views of tiny islands, headlands and cute little coves. The walk from Rock via Daymer Bay to Polzeath is also wonderful.
There are over forty wonderful gardens to visit in Cornwall. The wondrous Eden Project, known as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, is within easy reach with its massive tropical biomes where you can trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest and immerse yourselves in the calm fragrance of the Mediterannean biome. There are also extensive gardens, contemporary art displays, performances and storytelling to keep you entertained. At Christmas there is a fantastic ice skating rink. It is an inspirational place. The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a world of heritage, romance and adventure.
Harlyn and Constantine Bays are wonderful and the surfing paradise of Polzeath is within easy reach. Constantine Bay is gorgeous with one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall and boasting a sweeping arc of gently shelving golden sand. The west-facing beach also offers delightful rock pools for children. The bay is separated from its neighbour, Booby’s Bay to the north by a thin rocky point and is bordered by a large rocky reef to the south. Watergate Bay, close to Padrock Retreat, is a huge stretch of golden sand backed by high cliffs. Mawgan Porth is the perfect family beach with lots of rock pools, caves and a large stream. Porthcothan, Daymer Bay and Polzeath are all wonderful.
The buzzy seaside resort of Newquay has been voted ‘One of the Nation’s Favourite Seaside Towns’ in the prestigious Which Holiday Survey and won Gold for ‘Best Seaside Towns for Families’ by Days Out with the Kids. The beaches and surf are renowned and the tourist entertainment is amazing. It is home to some of the world’s best watersports competitions with the Boardmasters Festival and surfing championships held in the resort. There are some wonderful spas in Newquay for relaxation, not to mention the fantastic restaurants to choose from. Children love Newquay Zoo, Lappa Valley, Pirate’s Quest, Oasis Fun Pools and the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.
On the south coast, the Fowey Estuary is stunning with boat trips galore. You can visit many of the villages on either side of the estuary. The pretty town of Fowey is on one side of the Fowey River with Polruan on the other. It is a bustling small port with commercial and leisure boats. During the Second World War, Fowey was the centre for air-sea rescue and one of the places from which the D-Day invasions were launched. St Catherine’s Point is on the Fowey side of the harbour entrance where it functioned as a lighthouse in medieval times. St Catherine’s Castle below was built during the reign of Henry VIII to defend the harbour entrance. It is accessible when walking from the pretty Readymoney Cove. Fowey has a fascinating history. On Fore Street you will find the Old House of Foye, a medieval house built in 1430. It is now a shop but the walls, beamed interior and fireplace are pretty much the same. During the summer, Fowey Town Hall opens as a museum and small aquarium. Fowey is a delight with craft shops, galleries and cosy restaurants lining the narrow streets. Daphne du Maurier is the most famous former resident of the town. She is celebrated with the Du Maurier Festival each May and at the Literacy Centre next to the church.
At Excellence Luxury Villas, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact Excellence Luxury Villas Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

– Maid service/extra cleaning- Private chef/cook/catering- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge- Local day-trips or tours- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact Excellence Luxury Villas Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Price per night: From £ 319 - 638
Price per night (7d+): From £ 2,233 - 4,466
Minimum no of nights: 7
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