Tredinney Farm, St Buryan, Penzance, Cornwall
Tredinney Farm offers visitors the true experience of staying on a working Cornish farm.
Tredinney is a family run dairy and beef farm, situated 3/4 mile from the A30 road, approx. 500 feet above sea level, near the hamlet of Crows-an-Wra. We are located only five miles from both Penzance and Land's End. The nearest railway and bus stations can be found in Penzance.
Sennen Cove with its large beach popular for swimming and surfing is a short drive away.
Tredinney stands in the area of West Penwith which is famous for its landscape, areas of moorland and the largest concentration of archaeological monuments in Cornwall, including stone circles dating from the Bronze Age, ancient burial chambers, inscribed stones and granite crosses.
We have archaeological sites on our own farm and the Carn Euny ancient monument village is on our farm's boundary. Our fields go as far as Chapel Euny, where the famous Holywell is very close to Carn Euny Iron Age village.
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