Trevessa is an idyllic place for family-friendly escapes and romantic breaks. Nestled at the bottom of a private lane, the house still retains much of the charm, character and quirks of its past but with lots of comfy sofas and space to relax and unwind. Surrounding the house is a large garden and open fields. The accomodation is really flexible and perfect for families, couples or groups of friends. There are three ways to stay at Trevessa.

The annex is self-contained and sleeps two to four with a lovely sleeping area with king-size bed and a sofabed and travel cot.

The main house sleeps up to seven people across four bedrooms, has a beautiful dining room, full equipped kitchen, a gorgeously comfy lounge complete with woodburner, secret study and downstairs cloakroom.

The whole house includes the annex and sleeps up to ten people with five bedrooms and lots of areas and space to rest and chill out.

We’d love to welcome you to our home and share our favourite places to visit and things to do in Cornwall. If you have any questions, please do not hestitate to get in touch.

The history of the house

The oldest part of the house is believed to be over 300 years old and was once a home for one of the local mining captains. It was also the birth place of John Trevisa in 1342, he was a native Cornish speaker, Writer and Translator. Lucy grew up in Cornwall and after travelling around and moving about, she and her husband wanted to bring their family up close to family and by the sea. We stumbled across the house in 2016 and have called it home ever since. As a family, we split our time between Cornwall and Lisbon and feel very grateful to call Trevessa our home.