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Three luxury Cornish gems courtesy of Tregulland & Co

4 January 2018

Cornwall is still, arguably, the UK’s leading destination for beach and seaside breaks. With its own heritage and language, this independent corner of England has always danced to the beat of its own drum – with some gusto! Why not see what the fuss is about, whilst indulging in a luxurious holiday let at the same time, courtesy of the creative folk at Tregulland & Co, a friendly and family-run trio of strikingly innovative properties each with its own distinct style and character, from the centre of lively Newquay to the edge of picturesque Bodmin Moor.

Pentire Penthouse

Fistral Beach is the lively Cornish seaside town of Newquay’s most popular beach and this breathtaking coastal penthouse gives you unbeatable views over its golden sands. On a balmy summer’s evening, throw open the doors to the private roof terrace and enjoy a sunset soak in your very own eight-person Jacuzzi with those fantastic unobstructed sea views. The interior is finished to an exceptional standard, with art-deco inspired furniture, retro leather seating and vibrant artworks, creating the perfect atmosphere for a group break with a sophisticated twist. The open-plan room on the upper-floor with its curved glass front just floods with light; this really is a penthouse with added wow factor!


Set on the edge of Bodmin Moor, this is luxury group accommodation with many unexpected surprises – the idea location for a pretty special celebration. Sixteen acres of exclusive land with scenery including meadows and lakes, an indoor freshwater pool, quirky orange hot tub, drop-down cinema screen, Scottish-style snug, glass-walled sun room, 24-seater Douglas fir dining table, a unique map room… the list of facilities goes on! In terms of accommodation options, the quirky Airstream in all its shininess and quality finish is a new addition for two guests, and the barn and cottage are the main lodges, all sharing the use of the stunning pool house, children’s playground, old workshop and property grounds.

Barford Beach House

The British beach house has never looked so appealing, and Barford (above, and main picture) really pulls out the stops on its first impressions. With a direct sea facing aspect overlooking the delightfully secluded Wanson Mouth beach cove, this former 1930s bungalow is now unrecognisable from its former existence and has evolved into a show-stopping designer delight. Accommodating up to sixteen guests in six luxurious bedrooms and a fabulous Airstream, enter via the zinc-clad atrium and marvel at the hand-selected vintage and reclaimed furniture, before finding the bespoke copper kitchen, sauna and cinema rooms and, wait for it… underground party cavern complete with bar, pool table and arcade games. Did we mention the wood-fired hot tub yet?


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