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Welcome to Treen


Holidays in Treen

Situated in a National Landscape (formerly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Treen offers a tranquil place to relax and enjoy the Cornish countryside. Within a few minutes' drive of several stunning beaches, and just a short walk from a beautiful stretch of the South West Coast Path, you'll be treated to breathtaking sea views just moments away.

If you’re seeking a restorative holiday in Cornwall, then the traditional farming hamlet of Treen in the far west of the county is the idyllic spot. Surrounded by spectacular scenery, the sounds of nature, and fresh coastal air, could there be a more tranquil place to unwind? This part of Cornwall is a true paradise for walkers, with endless footpaths to choose from!

Top tip

Head to The Logan Rock Inn for a hearty home-cooked meal.

Things to do

Located in the far west of Cornwall, there’s plenty to see and do nearby.

The Minack Theatre

This sensational outdoor theatre has to be seen to be believed! Located just down the road from Treen, it’s certainly worth a visit. Built into the cliffs almost a century ago, and mostly by hand, this remarkable theatre is an incredibly special place to watch a live performance, or simply to visit for a tour.  

Land’s End

Staying in Treen means you’ll be close to the iconic Land’s End landmark. But it’s more than just a landmark; visitors can enjoy a day experiencing one of the several onsite attractions, taking in the stunning views and, of course, having a photo taken next to the famous Land’s End signpost. 

Tanglewood Wild Gardens

Also located in west Cornwall is the magical world of Tanglewood Wild Gardens. Explore nine acres of wild gardens and woodland, home to an abundance of wildlife, quirky sculptures and interactive games. Pack a picnic and enjoy it with the family, amidst the sounds and sights of nature. 

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum

The once unassuming village of Porthcurno became vital in the world of communications when, 150 years ago, the first international telegraph cable was brought ashore at Porthcurno, connecting Britain to India and later, the British Empire. Visit the museum to find our how the quiet valley of Porthcurno became host to the past, present and future of worldwide communications. 

St Michael's Mount

When visiting west Cornwall, be sure to allocate time for a trip to the iconic St Michael’s Mount. This incredible tidal island, complete with castle is a truly magical place to visit. Be sure to check out the tide times before your visit to see if the causeway will be clear to walk across, or whether you’ll need to hop on one of the regular ferry boats.

Walks in and around Treen

This area of Cornwall is perfect for walking; with wooded valleys, quaint villages, rolling fields, Cornish coves and coastal paths all waiting to be explored. 

Nearby walks

Take a short walk through the wooded valley and you will arrive at Penberth Cove, a quintessentially Cornish cove, still used as a fishing cove to this day. Also just a short walk away is The Logan Rock, a huge granite boulder perched on the cliff-edge, famous for once being able to rock back and forth with just the slightest of touches.

The South West Coast Path

One of the best things about west Cornwall has to be its wild and rugged coastline, and walking the South West Coast Path is one of the best ways to explore it. Join the coast path at Porthcurno and head in one direction to Lamorna, or the other towards Cape Cornwall.

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Tom Bawcock's Eve, Mousehole

Every year, the people of Mousehole celebrate the bravery of Tom Bawcock. Years ago, when the boats couldn't get out in the storms, the villages had no fish to eat. Tom dared to take his boat out and returned with enough fish to make a Star Gazey fish pie for the whole village.

23rd of December, 2024

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Montol Festival

Each year, the people of Penzance celebrate the Winter Solstice with a festival of Cornish tradition, torch processions, and dancing through the streets. It's a truly wonderful celebration. 

21st December 2024

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Penzance Literary Festival

Popular with visitors and locals alike, this exciting festival celebrates everything literary, including spoken, written, recited and sung word. Take part in the reading and writing discussions and activities and enjoy the many performances.

2nd - 6th July 2024

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New Year's Eve in St Ives

Spend New Year's Eve in St Ives for an unforgettable evening at the largest fancy dress party in the county. Ring in the New Year with an unbeatable fireworks display by the sea. 

31st December 2024

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St Ives Feast Day

Feast Day offers visitors the chance to witness, and even join in with, a centuries-old tradition. The Mayor 'Hurls the Silver Ball' into the crowd on the beach below. The one who returns the ball to the Guildhall steps by midday receives a silver coin. 

5th February 2024

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Golowan Festival - Penzance

Golowan Festival is an annual arts event that celebrates local culture and community. This year the theme will be 'Back to the Future!

21st - 30th June 2024

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Mousehole Christmas Lights

Possibly the most well-known and popular Christmas Lights in the county, Moushole combines stunning displays against the backdrop of their gorgeous Cornish fishing harbour to bring real festive magic to all who visit at this special time of year. Read More >

December 2024

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St Ives Food & Drink Festival

Growing in size and popularity, the St Ives Food Festival features top chefs, quality Cornish goods, sandcastle competitions for children and food demonstrations.

TBC 2025

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Porthleven Food & Music Festival

The small Cornish fishing village of Porthleven hosts its annual Food & Music Festival every April and encorporates street performers, a range of local produce, Samba dancing, theatre, beer marquees, hip-hop dancers, fireworks, Cornish singing & much, much mmore...the list is endless!

26th - 28th April

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St Ives September Festival

Now becoming a sellout event, this festival keeps attracting more and more visitors who come to enjoy a wide range of acts, including music, theatre, poetry and visual arts.

14th - 28th September 2024

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Camborne Trevithick Day

Join in the celebrations at this community led festival. The annual event celebrates the engineering and mining history of the Camborne area, and is dedicated to Richard Trevithick, pioneer of high pressure steam power & inventor of Road and Railway Locomotives.

27th April 2024

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West Cornwall is home to lots of hidden coves, which once upon a time would have been used for smuggling. However, some of the bigger beaches are far more easily accessible and family-friendly.

Porthcurno Beach

This stunning beach boasts soft golden sand and turquoise waters, and with lifeguard cover from mid-May through to the end of September, it’s a popular choice for families. Sheltered by cliffs on either side, and with stunning views, it’s truly a little piece of paradise.  

Sennen Cove Beach

A large expanse of golden sand, this is the perfect place to visit for a day at the beach. Whether you plan to spend your time surfing, swimming, rock-pooling or simply relaxing on the sand, there’s plenty of space for everyone. 

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Corner Cottage, Treen

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Sleeps 4 + cot

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The Little Cottage, Treen

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Trepedn Cottage, Treen

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