Forget-me-not Farm Holidays, St Clether, Launceston, Cornwall
The two three self catering cottages, situated on Trefranck Farm are on the edge of Bodmin Moor and just 6 miles from the North Cornish Coast. The Old Wagon House is ideal for the disabled.
The farm has been farmed and owned by the same family since 1703. Records show the settlement of Trefranck was first recorded in 1276. The farm, 340 acres, is a mixed farm, with beef and sheep being the main enterprises. In addition there are many other animals; ponies, dogs, cats, and chicken, that lay lovely fresh eggs, and of course many rabbits. We also have a small flock of rare breed Balwen Sheep, with their unique markings.
Wildlife around the farm is abundant with rabbits, foxes, deer, badgers, bats, owls and buzzards. Guests are welcome to go on a Land Rover trip around the farm with Sheila to see the animals and stand under the wind turbines, or go on a night time star watch and maybe see foxes, rabbits, badgers or the barn owls hunting for food.
Cosy Family Holiday Cottage with Open Fire on Trefranck Farm. Ideal for Bodmin Moor and the North Cornish Coast.
Comfortable pleasant sitting room with open fire, colour television and video.
The self catering cottage also has oil central heating which makes it very warm and cosy for autumn and winter holidays
Dining room with a Wood Multi fuel burning stove, and family size pine dining table.
Country Style kitchen is newly fitted kitchen with washing machine, tumble dryer, electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Bathroom with bath, washbasin, shaver point, w.c.. and towel rail.
The Old Wagon House
Romantic Holiday Cottage, situated on Trefranck Farm Ideal for romantic couples.
One Double Room plus sofa bed in sitting room.
Also available ensuite annex for 2 people.
The Old Wagon House on Trefranck Farm has been owned by the same family since 25th March 1703, over 300 years. As its name suggest The Old Wagon House was where the Horse Wagons that were used on the farm were stored, it has been shown on all our maps as far back has they go, and is built of spar, granites and local stone, some of which we believe to have been dug on the farm in Quarry field, the roof is of rag slate and the front with is three upright granites supporting a 30 foot long beam, which we believe to have come from a ship wreak as you can clearly see it had been used in another place.
4 Star VB.
Telephone: 07790 453229
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 6