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Teaching your child to ride without stabilisers – guest blog by Sustrans

Posted on: 26th June 2017

Tredethick’s balance bike track opens this summer.  It’s going to be a super fun ride AND provides an opportunity for little ones to master early cycling.  Here’s some tips from Sustrans on teaching your child to ride without stabilisers. Cycling for the first time without stabilisers can be a very powerful memory in a child’s […]

Posted in Cycling in Cornwall, Things to do in Tredethick

Hidden Gems near Tredethick Farm Cottages

Posted on: 27th April 2017

We have compiled a list of our favourite child-friendly things to see and do near Tredethick. They are all within 20 minutes drive, but sssshhh…don’t go telling everyone!   1. Angie’s Caravan– A Tasty Treat for Walkers     Even described on TripAdvisor as a ‘hidden gem’, Angie’s serves delicious home-made pasties, bacon buns, cakes and […]

Posted in Things to do in Cornwall

Tredethick’s Jack of All Trades

Posted on: 15th March 2017

Farmer Jack is our jack-of-all-trades who ensures the running of Tredethick Farm Cottages in Cornwall is like clockwork. He’s also master-of-many-trades including being a farmer, plumber, boiler-fixer and general all-round expert at anything he turns his hand to. We managed to keep Jack still for five minutes to fire our top 10 questions at him so […]

Posted in People at Tredethick

Family holidays with Farmer Jenny

Posted on: 8th March 2017

Farmer Jenny is part of the fabric of Tredethick family holidays. She has been with us for longer than she cares to remember, despite taking a circuitous route via South Africa before she arrived in this beautiful corner of Cornwall. In this blog, we’ve grilled Farmer Jenny to find out all about her and her […]

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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 […]

Posted in Tredethick animals, Uncategorised