Situated deep in rural Cornwall, Higher Trevartha Farmhouse offers a high standard of accommodation set in one acre of walled garden. It is a 17th century Cornish stone built detached property. A warm welcome greets you on arrival, with a tray of beverages and home made cake.
Higher Trevartha Farmhouse was built around 1640 and has belonged to the Sobey family for more than 100 years.
If a rural setting is a change for you, waking up at Higher Trevartha Farm will be a real treat. You will almost certainly wake to the morning song from the many birds that visit our garden and witness the antics of the wild rabbits as they go about their daily chores.
Night-time brings along other creature delights. The garden is a haven for little black bats and on
clear, starlit nights, you may be lucky enough to hear and see the Barn Owls flying across the fields from your bedroom window. Or even spot one of the baby owls perched like the photo (left) taken last year.
We are of course, very happy for you to explore the surrounding countryside and to stroll through the fields of our working dairy farm, but please remember to ask where the bull is residing first!
If you are interested in carp fishing, we have two carp lakes which you are very welcome to use, or perhaps you would prefer to picnic by them, relax and watch the resident wildlife.
The nearest village, Menheniot, is just a couple of miles away. There is an excellent country pub there
or the town of Liskeard is also just a couple of miles away for more culinary variety.
The south coast of Cornwall is renowned for its soft, rolling landscape and quaint sleepy fishing
villages. Why not take the train along the Looe Valley line to the pictureque fishing town of Looe, only 7 miles away. From there you could walk the famous Cornish coast path to the beautiful harbour setting of Polperro.
The north coast, has a more dramatic, rugged, rocky landscape, rougher seas and larger waves
as well as the busier tourist towns and villages and is around a thirty minute drive to the nearest point.