The North Wing at Trevigue

Bude, Cornwall
+44 (0)1840 230492
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£130 - £200
per night
£795 - £1295
per week

You have the whole North Wing of this beautiful old farmhouse with a private east-facing courtyard for early morning tea as the sun rises


1 bed


1 bedroom


Sleeps 2

£130 - £200 per night

£795 - £1295 per week

The Experience

You’re not far up a single-track road out of the village and close to wildly beautiful Strangles beach. Trevigue hunkers down just back from the coast as it has for 700-ish years; it’s the Crockers’ passion for the place that invigorates it now. They give you a wing of their family home so you have complete independence.

You have a lovely sitting and dining room with a swish Loaf sofa and a huge smart TV with Technics Cinema sound – plus a collection of specially selected DVDs, so when the weather isn’t playing ball you’ll be snuggled in here. On chilly evenings light the wood-burner in the Inglenook fireplace. Leading on from the sitting room is a brand new kitchen with Fired Earth tiles, a bake-off style cooker and hob and a plethora of stuff to cook with.

A second sitting room is filled with interesting books: from here a spiral slate staircase leads to a huge double bed, walk-in shower and impressive Burlington sink.

Trevigue in Cornwall surrounding by rolling countryside

We think you'll love

  • Sitting with a morning cup of tea on your little terrace
  • Walking down to the beach with a picnic - this is a very quiet part of Cornwall
  • Snuggling by the wood-burner on cold nights
Local Cornish beach

You should know

  • The owners are on site as well as other cottage guests
  • Plenty of logs provided for your first two nights with a possibility to buy more in the village.


  • EV charger
  • Self check-in
  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming


Nightly price
from £130
Weekly price
from £795
Damage deposit
Singles £150-£250.
1 Cottage for 2
From £1301 bed1 bedroom


Booking information

Check in
From 5pm
Check out
Other details
Minimum stay: 3 nights.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
This property is part of a working farm or vineyard.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property
Pubs/restaurants 1.5 miles.


Trevigue is perfectly located in a very beautiful spot of the Northeastern Cornish coast right beside the South West Coast path. The North Wing in Trevigue is a spacious, beautiful and cosy retreat providing everything we needed. We loved having our breakfast in the morning sun lit living room an enjoyed reading in the setting sunlight in the spacious dormitory. The bed is very comfortable and the tranquility of the place is unbeatable. Gayle and Henry are a very friendly welcoming hosts. They provided us with plenty of useful suggestions for walks and excursions.

Tom, Recklinghausen

A cosy and homely cottage, equipped to a high standard and in a peaceful location. The owners are very welcoming and we enjoyed a delightful break at Trevigue.

Pennie, Martock, Somerset

Love staying here. It’s a wonderful cosy retreat, with the stunning Cornish coast right at your doorstep. The North Wing is finished to a great standard and has everything you could need and more - lovely touches from the furnishings to the wood burner, from coffee machines to electric blankets, as soon as we step in it feels like a home away from home. The Crockers are very welcoming and great hosts, we always leave looking forward to when we next return.

Zac, Gloucester

What a perfect, cosy bolt hole from which to explore the gorgeous, rugged North coast of Cornwall. Trevigue North Wing has everything you need to relax after a day of walking the coast paths - lashings of hot water, comfy bed, kitchen equipped with everything you need, cosy throws and blankets for chilling in front of the wood burner and utter peace and quiet - we slept so well! Lovely hosts who give you complete privacy but are there to help out with anything you might need at the drop of a hat. Thank you! We’ll be back!

Jo, Oxford

We had a fabulous stay thank you. Hosts were lovely, cottage was immaculate, location was great. Thoroughly recommend this wonderful place and hope to return soon.

Kerry, Norwich

A wonderful cottage in a very tranquil setting. Lovely welcoming hosts. Swimming at the nearby Crackington Haven really good.

Charles, Bath

Wonderful cottage in a lovely peaceful setting. Gayleand Henry lovely hosts. Swimming at close by Crackington Haven awesome.

Charles, Bath

Beautiful cottage in a very tranquil setting. Of the nearby beaches, Strangles is by far the most peaceful and best IMO if you don't mind a bit of a slog back up the cliff path. Excellent farm shop nearby in Boscastle. Highly recommended.

Sarah, Birmingham

Trev cottage review. Absolutely beautiful cottage carved out of proper Cornish spirit, situated on to the dramatic coastline between beautiful picturesque Boscastle and the amazing beach and cove at Crackington Haven. The weather for us was unseasonably bad but this made the cottage even more fun and comforting, light a fire, pull up a board game and listen to the mad wind and rain rolling in from the sea, knowing that the house has been built with all weathers in mind. Gayle and Henry are totally amazing. Highly Recommended

Tommy, London

At the risk of having this delightful cottage inundated with visitors, I need to let you into our secret. This little gem is deliciously quiet, save for the birds and wildlife. The accommodation is very comfortable and the owners haven't held back on installing the best of everything. We so loved our time there enjoying the peace and the time to just stand watch the wildflowers swaying in the breeze. Yes, it did rain, but what a pleasure it was to hunker down with our Kindles. The Crockers are the most lovely and inviting hosts. Please don't tell anyone ....

Christine, Olney

Thank you Gayle & Henry for creating such a lovely holiday home...The cottage is comfortable with numerous sitting areas for unwinding with the TV or without. Lovely powerful shower. Brilliantly equipped kitchen and delicious homemade organic flapjacks waiting for us on arrival. The location couldn't be better. Perched on a stretch of the highest cliffs in Cornwall and only a short walk to a sea view and an amazing, secluded beach. I can't recommend this place enough!

Alice, Nottingham

We stayed at Trevigue in the North Wing for a short break. We walked each day from the farm, both on the SW Coast Path & inland. My favourite moment was sitting in front of the wood burner with a good book & a glass of wine after a long day’s walk! The North Wing is tastefully & practically kitted out for a wonderfully comfy stay. It is a home from home! Gayle & Henry were kind & welcoming, as always (we’ve been staying at Trevigue for the past 21 years). We love it here!

Paula, London

The north wing at Trevigue is a treasure. No expense has been spared; there’s a Loaf sofa, ViSpring bed, two smart TVs and no fewer than three coffee makers! Henry and Gayle are organic beef farmers and live in the farmhouse next door but, due to the layout, north wing feels totally private. We loved the remote aspect of Trevigue. It is an easy drive to big beaches at Bude and Widemouth Bay and near the cafes and beach at Crackington Haven and the ‘secret’ Strangles beach. When the weather was less good we enjoyed the comfort of our accommodation which has central heating and a wood burner.

Rosanna, London

What a wonderful place. Trevigue is clearly a labor of love for Gayle and Henry - they are passionate about the wonderful environmental project of their farm, and are also very skilled and tasteful restorers of a unique historical property. The farm animals really feel like part of the family, and the land is so varied and becoming even more so thanks to the ongoing ecological restoration work that they are carrying out. The setting is singularly stunning, there are some brilliant places to go for food nearby in Crackington Haven (walking distance), and the house itself is a joy.

Fred, London

An amazing place and a superb location. We especially appreciated the warm welcome from Gail and her in-depth knowledge of the locality. The room was excellent and fully met our needs. We highly recommend Trevigue Farm and hope to return soon.

Tom & Anne, London

This is a very special place. A wonderful old farmhouse in the most fantastic location, beautifully restored and furnished and the warmest welcome you could imagine. There is a gorgeous lounge where you can relax and unwind, and Gayle welcomed us with delicious, freshly made banana bread. A short stroll down the road takes you to Crackington Haven and a great pub for an evening meal. Would love to return!


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The neighbourhood

Trevigue is perched on the cliffs of North Cornwall above a nearly private beach only reached via a footpath. It's right on the Atlantic Highway, giving you access to beaches all along the coast, like the hidden gem Bossiney Cove, between Tintagel and Boscastle. The nearest shop is 3 miles away at Wainhouse Corner. A great pub, The Coombe Barton Inn, is a 20-minute walk at Crackington Haven.

Local points of interest from Gayle Crocker

  • The history of Trevigue is staggering, it is even mentioned in the Doomsday book! Flag stone slate floors, oak beamed ceilings, roaring woodburning fires.
  • An almost private beach just below the farmhouse reached via a footpath that winds it way down the cliffs.
  • The South West footpath heads to the lovely Crackington Haven in one direction and the pretty village of Boscastle in the other.
  • Crackington Haven beach with its iconic towering cliffs either side of the bay is perfect for surfing, beach combing or simply sunbathing with a good book!
  • The ancient St Gennys church perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea. A great place to practice your mindfulness!
  • A woodland walk straight out of an Enid Blyton book (!) winds its way from Trevigue to Crackington haven beach. Time it right and you can have a lovely snack from the two super cafes or a Cornish cider from the recently refurbished pub overlooking the sea


Gayle Crocker

The Crockers have lived and farmed at Trevigue for over 40 years, putting their hearts and souls into working with the land, not just on it. They are passionate about using the farm to enhance and protect the environment. They say that they, and many of their guests, find the isolation here addictive, with the coast just a stone's throw away and the remote beach giving them space to relax and be inspired by the countryside. You might well meet them hiking on the cliffs, strolling through the ancient woodland or down on the sand.