Tregulland’s name conjures images of piratical treasure in Cornish coves and mystical piskies dancing moonlit across the moors.
Smuggle up to 22 of your hens away on a magical escape in this newly renovated historic barn and cottage on the edge of Bodmin. As the mood takes, all ages can explore, escape or entertain among the gorgeous interiors and woodburners.
Tregulland drips with eco-friendly luxury, a design statement in repurposed flagstones and oak joists – a place that exudes mystery and creates a magical holiday.
Discover two vast kitchens, a dining room for 24 and the nation’s only freshwater indoor pool. In the heart of Cornwall’s mystical past, enjoy every modern indulgence, like the home cinema room, personal training, or catering from the West Country’s finest chefs.
Catch the sun on the terrace. Star gaze in the hot tub. Join the kingfishers for a lazy lunch by the River Inny. Tregulland is a peaceful, playful slice of paradise.
Inside its own timber-framed building is one of Tregulland’s most fabulous features – the swimming pool. It is spacious at 12 x 5 metres.
There are only a handful of indoor freshwater pools in the whole world, and this is one of them! Freshwater swimming means pure spring water with no chemicals, maintained at the perfect temperature and rigorously controlled and purified. It’s like wild swimming but without the cold.
The setting is extremely atmospheric. The walls are lined with slate and the room is backlit at night which means evening swimming is very special. Or on a sunny afternoon, throw open the doors while you swim.
On the terrace outside the pool is the wood-fired hot tub, perfect for relaxing after a dip in the pool or star-gazing at night.
Tregulland has been specially created for big celebrations. It is created from two adjacent buildings – The Barn and The Cottage – which sit in 16 acres of grounds. Both have beautiful interiors and all the furniture is vintage and retro, sourced at auction, fairs and from private collectors, restored lovingly to create a quirky and homely environment. The Barn has a more modernist feel while the Cottage has some great heritage touches.
Tregulland has two large entertaining and relaxing rooms: the Sun Room in the Cottage, and The Granary in the Barn – with an amazing of wood burning stoves (there are four stoves in total throughout Tregulland). There’s a cinema-quality HD projection screen for evening movies. And wonderful views throughout.
And to provide for everything, Tregulland has utility rooms with separate shower facilities and washer/driers; a Snug and a Map Room for quiet time, board games or having a glass of wine; and a surf room for storing boards and drying off wetsuits.
Love to cook? There are two state-of-the-art kitchens with induction hobs, dishwashers, a drawer-fridge and even a wine-fridge. The Cottage has a celebration dining room seating 24 and the large, stylish kitchen-diner in the Barn also seats 24.
Fancy some help? The world famous Seafood Restaurant in Padstow to bring you a private dining experience with a difference. Jack Stein son of Rick and Jill Stein, can offer you a six course tasting menu, exclusively designed to showcase the best seasonal produce.
Jack will bring you a taste of The Seafood Restaurant into Tregulland – ideal for special celebrations.
This bespoke service is ideal for special celebrations and is the perfect addition to any stay.
The bedrooms at Tregulland are an eclectic, sumptuous delight.
There are six beautifully designed en-suite bedrooms in the Cottage and five in the Barn, most with king or super king beds. Seven of the bedrooms have zip-and-link beds, so can be offered as twins if preferred.
There are two fold out beds also available for an additional two guests where required.
Make sure you arrive early and you can seek out a room to treasure during your stay.