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Twelve (Child-Friendly) Days of Christmas

Posted on: 30th November 2018

No partridges at the farm, although we do have a pear tree! Here’s our  child-friendly, Cornish Tredethick Twelve to kick off your festive season: 1 Eden project.  The world-class Eden Project is just seven miles away.  As well as the amazing tropical and Mediterranean biomes, there’s a winter ice skating rink with child-friendly skate sessions. […]

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Ten Facts About Plum and Crumble – our funny, furry pigs

Posted on: 22nd December 2016

Plum and Crumble, our friendly, furry piggies, arrived at Tredethick in 2010. They are twin sisters and thick as thieves, getting up to all sorts of mischief but always managing to save their bacon! They are Kune Kune pigs from New Zealand and have a docile and friendly nature, which means they love being with […]

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In the news – Angels and Urchins

Posted on: 15th December 2016

http://www.angelsandurchins.co.uk/lifestyle/family-travel/new-year-escapes/tredethick-farm-cottages/  

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In the news – Mini Travellers

Posted on: 9th December 2016

Emily Foster from minitravellers.co.uk came to stay with her family last month to check out all that we have to offer during the winter months. You can read her review below! Tredethick Farm Cottages, Cornwall in Winter  

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In the News – Bristol Parent

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Eleanor from thebristolparent.com and her family decided to give their usual annual trip to Portugal a miss and try out Lostwithiel instead! Read her detailed review below! family friendly holiday to Cornwall | part one – where to stay

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A Magical Christmas at Tredethick

Posted on: 1st December 2016

Christmas at Tredethick Farm Cottages in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, is a magical time for families. Our cosy cottages, with log burners and real Christmas trees, are the perfect place to relax and recharge after a busy December and a beautiful place to see in the New Year. Children will love our daily animal feeding and our gentle ponies, Ladybird and Toby, […]

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Winter stuff in Cornwall

Posted on: 18th November 2016

Truly, I love winter in Cornwall.  Okay, maybe not the drudgingly moist grey days and pubs shutting at 9pm, but I love the blowy beach days, the endless sky, the careless beauty of the landscape, the extreme hot chocolate…. I’ve noticed that winter beach excursions start with feeling like a just landed alien, then gradually […]

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It’s Always Good to Walk

Posted on: 21st April 2016

We used to euphemise family walks as ’adventures’ to try to mobilise the troops to shuffle out on another fresh-air Sunday amble. It didn’t work for long. Recently we’ve taken an easier path – bribery.  Enthusing about hot chocolate, coke and shell-on prawns in a quiet, tempting voice is remarkably effective. The stunning 1.5 mile, […]

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Early Year Works

Posted on: 5th February 2016

January is a serious, sober, list-type month contrasting with the heady days of Christmas.  Tredethick has been closed to guests from the end of the New Year week, until this weekend coming.  No scooting children, chatting parents, or cottage lights. On a cloudy night the farm is pitch black and the silence feels lonely. On a […]

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Tredethick Animals – Gorgeous Goats

Posted on: 1st November 2015

Children feeding our close-knit herd of pygmy goats by hand and then giving them a big, big cuddle is a familiar sight at Tredethick. Farmer Tim will ceerfully offer a free holiday to any child nipped while giving our goats their breakfast. Why? Because it’s never happened yet! Pygmy goats are friendly, fun and utterly […]

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