“Upover Tresungers is on a working livestock farm and anyone booking there needs to bear this in mind for a number of reasons:
1. The access road is a typical farm track with potholes. If your car struggles with sleeping policemen on normal roads this might cause you problems.
2. The farming family are really nice people but, because it is a working farm, they do start their day 'early' and finish in the evening so you need to be prepared for their comings and goings as the flat is over part of their living accommodation.
3. There are times when the farmyard will be 'full' of livestock - during our stay the cattle were undergoing bovine TB checks. It didn't affect our comings and goings but you need to be accepting of, maybe, getting quite close to large animals, their noise and smell.
These things aside Tresungers Farm is superbly located for many of the places of interest in this area - Tintagel, Port Isaac (think Doc Martin), Padstow, Bodmin, Jamaica Inn and more.
We can thoroughly recommend it as a place to stay to have that access but be slightly off the beaten track.”
Mr Watson, BRISTOL, September 2018
“Very friendly welcome at Upover Tresungers near some exceptional coastline. Spotless, comfortable accommodation (only downside is the lack of shower!).”
Mr Bourne, WINDSOR, August 2018
“We had a lovely week at Upover Tresungers with good weather most of the time. The apartment was comfy, cosy and clean with all the facilities we needed.
The location is perfect for Port Isaac, Padstow, Polzeath, Rock , Tintagel and Wadebridge and there were things we didn’t get time to do. Dogs are welcome at this venue and Kursk enjoyed his holiday.”
On a 160 acre working farm (cattle, sheep) which you’re welcome to wander, ½ mile from St Endellion, 1½ by footpath from Port Isaac and 1 from a pub, a lovely old granite farmhouse (13th cent. origins) with thick stone walls, leaded-light mullioned windows and slate sills. We let half the farmhouse (shared with the friendly owners) and a neat, first-floor apartment in the west wing. 'Doc Martin' scenes were filmed here. At the front, a shared lawned garden (picnic bench, barbecue) with trampoline and swing (your risk). Access over 500 yards of rough hardcore lane. Spring water. Good value accommodation in a very popular area from a small courtyard, 11 steps up to door (5'2" lintel) to the apartment. Step up into kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with oil-fired Rayburn (lit October to Easter for extra cosiness). Living room with woodburner, sloping roof trusses and TV/DVD. Two bedrooms - a double (footboard), and one with two singles; bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). At ground level, huge slate-floored utility room (washing machine).
St Endellion: hamlet with superb church (famous music festivals in August and at Easter), 1½ miles from the sea at Port Isaac. Port Quin, hamlet at the head of a ‘fjord’ (beautiful walks), 3 miles; Polzeath and Rock, 5.
All on one floor. Two bedrooms: a double and a twin plus bathroom with bath, hand shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with Rayburn and dining area. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Separate utility area accessible from external courtyard.
Electric panel heaters with wood burning stove
Microwave, fridge-freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with DVD, WiFi, Fuel and power inc. in rent
Bed linen inc. in rent
Cot and highchair available on request
Off road parking for two cars
Childrens play area, barbecue
Two well-behaved dogs welcome
Pub less than 1 mile from property
Note: This property has a private water supply which is tested regularly
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £100
Note: Spring water.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.