- Magnificent, huge 5 bed house overlooking Treyarnon Bay, just a few metres to one of the best family beaches in Cornwall, with a roof terrace looking down over the beach
- Sleeping 10, Trenevek is the dominant house overlooking the bay, with amazing views from balconies and rooms alike, including a new snug with some of the best views in Cornwall!
- Large living areas and 5 bathrooms (3 ensuite) provide plenty of space for 2 or 3 families in great comfort and luxury
- Huge top floor games room and den, a covered rear terrace and garden, super kitchen with aga, all provide all you could want for a great holiday
- This house is professionally cleaned by the Raintree housekeeping team. For stays of two weeks or more, the house will be cleaned and the bed linen and towels changed weekly
For seasonal pricing downloads visit the Pricing page.
Out of peak season we can be flexible on the changeover day and on shorter stays so please enquire.
Half terms and holiday periods
At half-terms the change over day will normally move to a Friday/Saturday/Sunday arrive/depart. It will also always be adjusted to best include the holiday periods of Easter, Christmas and New Year.
Trenevek is the dominant house overlooking Treyarnon Bay, with fantastic location, views and internal space. It is modern and well presented throughout with huge reception rooms, kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a top floor games room. The kitchen/dining room is located at the rear of the property, providing a private and calm space away from the excitement of the beach front. There are many areas to relax for adults and children alike; in the kitchen/dining room, the wood burner provides a focus for conversation or reflection, while the top floor room may be the preserve of the children and young at heart, with its amazing roof terrace, right over the beach. On the first floor there is a galleried viewing area, with a huge curved sofa and some of the best views in Cornwall. At the front of the house, there are enormous windows in the sitting room which is kept cosy at all times of year by the wood burner that dominates the full width inglenook fireplace.
Trenevek is a unique house, both in position and design. Its imposing staircase and galleried 1st floor set the tone for an amazing holiday experience.
Trenevek’s 2 main bedrooms benefit from large ensuite shower rooms and their own balconies with fantastic views across Treyarnon Bay. The master bedroom on the 1st floor is a very large room with a very comfortable super-king bed. It has a fabulous ensuite bathroom – very luxurious. With the balcony and views, this is a very special room.
Across the galleried landing of the 1st floor, is the 2nd bedroom, again with balcony and gorgeous ensuite shower room. Here the beds are made up as a super-king - but if you wish, you can request a pair of twin beds instead. Also on the 1st floor are the 3rd and 4th bedrooms – each are good sized twin rooms, with comfortable beds and views out over the rear garden. One of these has zip and link beds that can be made up as a 3rd super-king on request, and now also has its own fantastic ensuite shower room. Finally, downstairs, can be found the fifth bedroom with views out to the front of the house and a pair of single beds.
There are five bathrooms at Trenevek, in keeping with a house of this size and style. The bathrooms have all been fully refurbished in 2017, with high quality fixtures and fittings.
The main bathroom can be found on the 1st floor – a large room with bath and shower over with a fixed folding shower screen. There is also a loo and a basin in a fitted vanity cabinet and white tiled floor.
All three ensuites are good sized, with large rectangular shower cubicles, loo, basin and heated towel rails. Downstairs on the ground floor, there is also a shower/cloakroom – very useful for coming in off the beach. Finally, off the games room on the 2nd floor, there is also a cloakroom.
There is plenty of living space at Trenevek. When you arrive you are greeted with an impressive vaulted hall and wooden sweeping stairs extending up to the galleried 1st floor. A glass chandelier serves to reflect and distribute the amazing light from the sea and shore. The main sitting room is vast – with large inglenook and wood burner at one end, and wide French doors at the other. There is plenty of room for your whole party to relax here.
Next door in the kitchen/dining room there is also a seated area around its own wood burner. While upstairs on the 2nd floor, the full length of the house is given over to a games room. It is equipped with full sized pool table, table football, large suede sofas and a wall mounted flat screen TV here as well. This room leads out to a spectalcular balcony area with comfortable seating and far reaching views over Treyarnon Bay.
But your favourite place to relax may be on the galleried 1st floor, with wide glazing providing amazing views down over the beach, and a deep and comfortable curved sofa to recline on! Glorious. Or sunbathe on the roof terrace - with exterior bean bags and cushions and protected by a glass balustrade - its a great place to be.
- Kitchen and Dining
The kitchen is very well equipped and presented – perfect for cooking large meals or preparing picnics for the beach. A crimson oil-fired Aga is centre stage, with an additional electric cooker with 4 burners and 2 ovens for the summer. Terracotta coloured tiles cover the floor, while the splashbacks and Aga back is decorated with small and colourful ceramic tiles.
There is an island in the centre of the room, sharing a black granite top with much of the work surface around the kitchen. It has its own small round integrated steel sink, while double Belfast-style sinks under the window to the back garden make washing up easy. Integrated appliances and a large American style fridge-freezer complete the atmosphere. There are bar stools also - perhaps to enjoy over breakfast - arranged around the pier unit that separates the kitchen proper from the dining and relaxing areas of this impressive room.
A long solid wood table runs along the sliding doors that open up the whole kitchen/dining area to the sheltered and covered terrace at the back. The table easily seats 10. Comfortable seating fills the rest of the room, allowing friends and family to provide helpful advice to the chefs!
There is a separate utility room, with double steel sinks and washing machine and tumble dryer appliances. Next door is a very useful larder, replete with stone cold shelf and plenty of storage.
Trenevek enjoys full oil central heating along with 2 large wood burners – cosy all year round. There is wireless broadband, and 2 large flat screen TVs.
As for games, a full-sized pool table and table football are provided in the top-floor games room. Well-behaved dogs are welcome and catered for! There is a dog bed for your use, as well as a medium sized dog crate and some ‘doggy’ towels – all to hopefully make your stay easier.
Trenevek enjoys a fantastic roof terrace high on the 2nd floor, with views right down over Treyarnon beach - its fantastic!
At the front of Trenevek there is a wide grass area, while the drive leads round the back to the private rear garden.
A well presented and flat grass area surrounds the lower-level covered terrace that runs the length of the back of the house. Here there is sturdy outside furniture and a charcoal BBQ. The garage can be used to store your beach gear or secure surfboards if felt necessary.
The borders are well stocked and attractive. There is plenty of parking for 3 or 4 cars on the private drive.
One of Cornwall’s best beaches is yards from Trenevek. You can enjoy its large sweep of sand, wonderful rocks for climbing and pooling, or unbeatable headland walking both north and south. The beach can be accessed from the front of the house in under a minute – allowing you and your guests to take advantage of the beach when it is at its best. There is also Treyarnon’s natural swimming pool carved into the rocks – it can be found on Trenevek’s side of the bay below the headland. Surfing is also good at Treyarnon – receiving plenty of waves, but a little more manageable than some of the most exposed beaches. Mid to high tide is best. Lifeguards are in place at Treyarnon, May through September.
For a change, you can walk to Constantine Bay in less than 10 minutes across the flat and easy headland. Its fine even for children in pushchairs – and even if carrying your beach gear and picnic!
For local shopping, Gary’s shop in the beach car park can be very useful. For all manner of provisions and essentials, as well as your daily milk, bread and newspaper, it’s perfect. For a larger choice, you can walk up through the campsite (when it's open from April - September) to Constantine Bay Stores in less than 10 minutes. Here you will find a range of quality food that may allow you to really avoid driving all week. Next door is Des’ surf shop for all manner of surf gear, to buy or rent.
Locally, the Youth Hostel past the beach on the right is open to non residents at different times of the day – for drinks, coffee and snacks. It has improved its range, and really is pretty good now for a light lunch or evening drinks in a fantastic setting and with wonderful views.
Beach barbecues are a regular feature of warm evenings at Treyarnon. Enjoy!
Stayed: 18th Jul 2019
We had a fantastic week at Trenevek. It’s a great house with everything we needed and so close to the beach in a beautiful location – perfect for us all to come and go from the beach as we wished. We’ll certainly book it again if possible.
Stayed: 4th Jul 2019
We had a wonderful week in Trevenek this July. The sun shone and we walked onto Treyarnon and Constatine Bay everyday so we had no need of our cars at all. We enjoyed suppers on the beach or on the roof terrace watching the sunset.
Stayed: 27th Jun 2019
Stayed: 18th Aug 2018
The house is wonderful and we had a fantastic week. BRILLIANT for dogs and dog towels are so generous. Also first house we’ve ever stayed in (25 years later) which had beach towels.
Stayed: 17th May 2018
The new additions to the house are fantastic. We were very fortunate with the weather and made a lot of use of the terrace.
Only improvements we could suggest are very minor. Such as a small fridge on the top floor and a large soft broom for the downstairs.
Thank you for your feedback, we are glad you had a good stay.
Regarding your suggestions, we have managed to put in a large soft broom for the downstairs, and will be talking to the owners about getting a small fridge for the top floor during the autumn.
Stayed: 30th Dec 2016
We’ve had a fantastic time with all our children and grandchildren in one place, a rare treat.
Make an enquiry Reset
We send out no more than 12 emails a year with last minute deals and news about Raintree and the area. We would never give your email address to anyone else. You can unsubscribe any time you like. For Raintree, email is a key communication tool allowing us to avoid sending letters and brochures by post - this is why we try very hard to grow our email list of those who are interested in North Cornwall houses.