Bed and Breakfast near Bude
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Trevigue is a 16th century National trust farm,house set around an ancient cobbled courtyard high on the staggeringly beautiful cliffs of North Cornwall. The Crocker family have been farming this 600 acre cliffland farm for 40 years in a highly conservation minded way. If you are quiet on the cliffs you will come across our wild ferral goats, soay sheep and Moreland ponies grazing the cliffs. Our pedigree herd of North Devon cows can also be seen serenly roaming the cliffs with their suckler calves in tow. The farm stretches three miles across the cliffs in an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty. Henrys brother Francis leads very informative and fun wildlife tours through the woods and on the cliffs. The house has been lovingly restored and is filled with local art collected by Henry and Gayle over the years. The ancient house has a modern twist and comfort was the highest priority. There are two roaring log fires to keep you toasty and warm. Infact you may not need to use your car at all while you are here as there are amazing circular walks which you can take and come back to relax with a glass of wine and eat delicious Cornish food in the small fire lit dining room or the restaurant across the cobbled courtard. The pocket sprung beds have crisp white Egyptian cotton bed linen and all have all en-suite shower with good showers. Breakfast is cooked to order on the aga using the best of North Cornish produce eated in fromt of the fire.