What’s inside?

Trevorrow House was built in the 19th century and has been completely renovated to a high standard to comfortably accommodate up to 5 adults (for more guests, please ask us). There are 3 bedrooms; two double (one with en-suite WC and shower) and one single, and a bathroom with WC, bath and shower. A cot is also available. All beds have duvets and pillows, but you will need to bring duvet covers, sheets, pillowcases and towels with you. Downstairs, the kitchen-dining room is beautifully presented, with built in dishwasher, washer-drier, fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, ample cupboard space and work surfaces and a comprehensive range of equipment and utensils. There is seating for 6, plus a high chair.The kitchen is very well equipped, and the dining area is a lovely place to sit and read (with saffron bun!) or eat – alone or together. In the lounge there is a Wi-Fi hub, television with a selection of digital channels, DVD player and plenty of toys and games.

Sid did many of the paintings in the house, in particular the larger ones, and Jo collected all the pottery and books (and took the photos on the website). We like the lightness of the rooms and the space. There is room for children to play in the lounge, or draw in the dining area and Newlyn Green is literally a minute away if fresh air is needed!


Travelling south on the A30 to Penzance town centre, at the railway station, follow signs to Newlyn, Mousehole and the seafront. Keep on this road for 1.5 miles, passing the harbour, Jubilee outdoor pool and promenade on your left. Trevorrow House is just past Newlyn Green and Art gallery on the left. We suggest you park outside to unload. There is modest parking for one car, additional on-street parking opposite the art gallery and car parks in the village.