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Treworgie Barton Cottages,
St Gennys,
North Cornwall

Hotels and Guest Houses

0 Sq Ft


  • High quality cottage complex comprising 10 letting units and traditional farmhouse
  • Very popular North Cornwall location with stunning views towards the Hartland heritage coast
  • Attractive and spacious barn conversions
  • Set in 36 acres including farmland, woodland and stream
  • Planning consent granted for 10 high quality glamping pods
  • Scope for further business growth


The property forms the historic farmstead of Treworgie Barton at St Genny's which lies approximately 2 miles west of the coast at Crackington Haven, 6 miles from the spectacular beach at Widemouth Bay and 8 miles from Bude. Bude with a resident population of around 10,000 has a full range of amenities including secondary school, shopping facilities, leisure centre etc as well as the natural amenity of being surrounded by some of North Cornwall's most attractive coast and countryside.

Treworgie Barton is reached just off the main A39 "Atlantic Highway" at Wainhouse Corner and the complex is at the end of a no through road ensuring that it remains a tranquil destination. As well as being in easy reach of local attractions and amenities the property is: -

15 miles from the A30 at Launceston and a further 43 miles from the M5 junction at Exeter

28 miles from Padstow and 36 miles from Newquay

33 miles to Newquay airport with regular flights to many UK destinations including London Heathrow

Bodmin Moor - 12 miles to Rough Tor and the highest parts of the Moor


Farmhouse and 10 letting cottages in over 36 Acres


Treworgie Barton comprises a substantial 5/6 bedroom farmhouse along with 10 holiday letting cottages which have been developed from a range of attractive single and two storey former agricultural barns. The farmhouse has also been used for holiday letting but offers the potential of a spacious family home if required - it is Grade II Listed and has attractive features including stone feature fireplaces with log burners. In addition to the letting accommodation there is a manager's office, laundry room and stores as well as a large barn in the grounds and outdoor play areas. The site is at the end of a no through road and includes fields and woodland with a stream running through - the total area is around 36.5 acres.

Ground floor accommodation includes entrance hall and dining area with galleried landing above, scullery kitchen, main farmhouse kitchen with AGA, main lounge with log burner, further large lounge with log burner, wc, cloakroom and ancillary accommodation. Attached to the Farmhouse is the manager's office (4.91m x 2.70m).

To the first floor is a separate family bathroom (3.00m x 2.45m), master bedroom (4.66m x 4.51m) with en suite bathroom (3.33m x 3.35m); landing area/ snug (1.90m x 1.54m); bedroom 2 (3.88m x 3.31m); bedroom 3 (3.88m x 2.50m); bedroom 4 (4.88m x 4.25m) and bedroom 5 with en suite bathroom (2.80m x 5.00m includes e/s) and access through to bedroom 6/ dressing room (3.32m into eaves x 2.87m into eaves) access via bedroom 5 only.

Land and outbuildings
There is extensive parking in the central part of the complex with level access to the letting accommodation. Surrounding the main buildings are areas either gravel surfaced or laid to carefully maintained lawns. There is a laundry room, detached gge/store and separate bin store. To the side of the entrance drive is a large former agricultural barn which has more recently been used for events but has been un- used whilst in the present ownership. It has overall dimensions 22.44m x 17.65m.

There are fields set to pasture and an area of woodland with access down to a stream. The fields and woodland all provide additional interest and amenity for visitors to Treworgie Barton.


The property benefits from planning consent for 10 high quality glamping pods, bin store and various site works. Information regarding the permission can be accessed by using the reference number PA17/10690 on the Cornwall Council planning portal.

This consented scheme relates to the development of an area adjacent to the main complex and has been designed to take advantage of the stunning views on offer from its elevated position and if implemented would add significantly to the income generating potential of the property. The scheme is based on the removal of the large clear span barn which is currently unused and offers the option for an incoming purchaser to potentially expand on this consent should they wish (subject to obtaining the relevant consents).

All enquiries should be made to the Cornwall Council planning authority.


Rents and prices are quoted exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.

Legal Fees

Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred.


Offers in the region of £1.85m for the freehold as a fully equipped going concern with inventory.

Rateable Value / Council Tax Band

According to the VOA website the property has a Rateable Value with an effective date of 1st April 2017 of £30,500 - billing authority reference number 24433587055020.

Energy Performance Rating

EPC's have been carried out for each individual property and range between Band C (76) and Band G (17). Please visit and search using the properties' postcode to view.

Key Contacts

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Will Thomas

01273 740398