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A to Z of Tredethick Holiday Cottages

Posted on: 8th October 2018

Alpacas:  Seamus and Louis, our pair of characterful alpacas, are often the first animals you will see on arriving at Tredethick.  Look left when you’re in our drive-way and they will usually be looking at you curiously.  Apart from hating their toe-nails being cut, they are generally happy, sweet little souls. Atticus:  Our resident ginger […]

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Christmas news

Posted on: 6th January 2017


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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 – Mini Travellers

Posted on: 9th December 2016

Emily Foster from 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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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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Tredethick Animals – Scrumdidlyumptious Pigs!

Posted on: 28th June 2015

Our black and white Kune Kune pigs Plum and Crumble are sisters. Like most siblings there are elements of love and hate in their relationship. At night, they sleep snuggled up together, snoring and snuffling in a bristly, less-than-fragrant heap. But, if you look carefully at Crumble’s ear, you will see the ragged imprint of Plum’s […]

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Tredethick Animals – Chickens

Posted on: 18th May 2015

Henrietta is an individual — a hungry, free-thinking chicken who thinks outside of the (egg)box.  Every morning she hops into the goats’ paddock, ready to help herself to their breakfast. Chocolate, Squeak, Gloria and Gaynor obligingly share breakfast with their little feathered friend. Then Henrietta follows guests through the gate into the chicken’s paddock to […]

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New Kid on the Block

Posted on: 24th March 2015

With enough sweet, green grass in the goat paddock, and a large indoor pen for the winter months, we thought it was time to increase our goat herd. Pygmy goats are gentle, inquisitive and affectionate – ideal animals for young children to interact with. Stroking and hand feeding these creatures gives many toddlers (and their […]

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