Treverbyn House Lodge

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Treverbyn Lodge is an immaculately presented, Quality in Cornwall accreditted, self contained bungalow situated in the centre of the lovely Roseland village of Veryan.

Treverbyn Lodge is an immaculately presented Quality in Cornwall accredited fully double glazed bungalow which sleeps five people & it is situated across the courtyard from Treverbyn House (B & B).

Treverbyn Lodge has the benefit of its own patio area and small secluded garden. It is a double glazed 3 bedroom bungalow (sleeps 5) which has been tastefully decorated and furnished. Treverbyn Lodge offers excellent value for money and is ideally situated in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula.
Treverbyn Lodge is nestled in the heart of the picturesque rural village of Veryan with its unusual Roundhouses, convenience store and pub. Also nearby is the quintessential Cornish harbour village of Portloe which still has an active fishing fleet. This is big walking country and there is easy access to the Coastal Footpath with some dramatic walks around Nare Head, Portloe and the Dodman which is slightly further away. For those looking for great beaches, Carne and Pendower beach with its long expanse of sand is only a mile away together with the renowned Nare Hotel.
Larger attractions such as the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Maritime Museum, the Minack Theatre, the Tate Gallery and many National Trust properties are all within easy reach.
However on the Roseland Peninsula itself you have some real treasures such as the pretty fishing villages of Portloe and Portscatho, Caerhays Castle, Lamorran Gardens in St. Mawes and a real favourite of ours St Just in Roseland with its beautiful church and gardens. The scenery along the Coastal Footpath is simply breath-taking.

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01872 501201
Treverbyn House
Tollyfrank Hill
Nr. Truro

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