Penwith (Cornish: Pennwydh) is located on the peninsula of the same name that stretches from St Ives to Land's End. The peninsula sits on granite bedrock that has led to the formation of rugged coastline with many fine beaches that are well worth the visit! The area lies within the Cornwall Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It boasts many walking and cycling opportunities for those who are fans of the great outdoors. Penwith has a flora that is not seen anywhere else in the UK - Morrab Gardens is able to grow bananas!
The location of Treganhoe Farm is hard to beat, nestled as it is in the heart of the West Cornwall peninsula in easy reach of beaches such as Marazion, Sennen cove, Porthcurno and Gwenver, which are all less than 15 minutes away by car. The prime location means that there are stunning views over the reservoir and open countryside to be enjoyed! Early in your stay, you will be introduced to the cattle, pigs and chickens and others.
The countryside beyond the farm is dramatic and the options of things to do are varied. The West Cornwall climate is mild so spending time on any of the beautiful beaches on the north or south coast is always an option, either swimming, building sand castles or even surfing. If you like walking there are many walks both coastal and inland - Land’s End is only 20 minutes away. The amazing open-air Minack Theatre, built in the cliff next to Porthcurno beach, is just 8 miles away. There are National Trust gardens in the area for your family to visit. St Micheal’s Mount, the famous tidal island, is just off Marazion beach in Mount’s Bay.