I'm just back from our holiday and I feel refreshed and inspired. I've always had a love of vintage so I was in for such a treat. We were lucky enough to stay at Trevoole farmhouse, belonging to Travis and Beth. I was so inspired by a feature on their converted Fishing Cellars that appeared recently in Country Living that I emailed to see if they had a room to squeeze us in at one of their holiday cottages during Sept and was delighted that they had space at the Farmhouse.
We even managed to keep the coal fired Aga burning, we called her Muriel, she has been in the Farmhouse since 1948.
The property nestles in its own little hamlet behind the barn where Beth and Travis live. On site is a vintage shop and tearoom that opens on a Thursday. Beth greeted us with homemade scones, clotted cream and home made jam so we were delighted. the Farmhouse is a complete delight, full to brimming with vintage treasures, fabrics and books. I was in heaven and was in danger of spending most of my holiday in the laundry room! Beth's amazing styling skills are evident throughout both the farmhouse gardens and tearooms.
You can even have your afternoon tea or lunch in this lovely old style greenhouse built against the old stone wall.
The gardens are open through the NGS
We were privileged to be given the key to have a picnic at the Fishing cellars which overlooks the beach. Beth and Travis have renovated this beautifully, it's simply breathtaking in both it's location and style.
Collections of vintage coastal inspired memorabilia adorn every room. It's effortless simplicity really displays Beth's styling abilities. It is available though Shootwest for photoshoots.
St Michael's Mount
The landscape is so varied with creeks, cliffs and beaches there is something for everyone!