Trewithian is around 400 years old, and was one of three sister properties all built using the same ‘E’ style shape. The other two are at Rosteague near St. Anthony and Mevagissey. Our family moved here in 1918 and have been running it as a working farm ever since.
The farmhouse was first opened to visitors in 1970. We are open all year round and provide parking. We are well placed for you to visit some of Cornwall’s best gardens and attractions including The Lost gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project, whilst a trip aboard the famous King Harry Ferry will give you the chance to explore Trellisick and further afield to Falmouth or Truro.
For more information please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We spent three nights at Trewithian Farm on a friend’s recommendation, looking forward to a break ‘away from it all’, and it certainly lived up to expectations. We were close to Portscatho, St Mawes, Falmouth and Truro.
Everything was up to a great standard and all the staff were very friendly. We couldn't have asked for more. The farmhouse was easy to find and fairly well located. A long walk to the beach but possible.
We were visiting friends nearby and this was our second stay at Trewithian Farm where we knew we would enjoy comfy beds and a clean, friendly environment; the breakfast choice is to die for.