View towards the barn
Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Lounge area with woodburner
Kitchen/dining area
Dining area with Cornish Heritage Stove
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Shower room
Garden with seating and sunken garden
The Barn and garden
1 / 10  View towards the barn
2 / 10  Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
3 / 10  Lounge area with woodburner
4 / 10  Kitchen/dining area
5 / 10  Dining area with Cornish Heritage Stove
6 / 10  Double bedroom
7 / 10  Double bedroom
8 / 10  Shower room
9 / 10  Garden with seating and sunken garden
10 / 10  The Barn and garden

Trotters Barn

Lands End (4mls E), Cornwall
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
8 more

At a glance

  • Stone barn with period features
  • Rural location
  • Close to village with village shop and pub
  • Cosy couples’ getaway
  • Short drive to Land’s End
  • Adults only
Property code: TROTT

Period cottage ideal for a couple’s getaway to South Cornwall with easy access to the South West Coast Path and a short drive from pretty harbour villages such as Mousehole and Newlyn.

An inspired rural setting gives unique character to this cosy nook for two guests in far-west Cornwall. Within 1 mile of St Buryan, this charming stone barn is well-situated for exploration of the remote yet well-loved area of the West Country peninsula. Period features and comfortable furnishings make Trotters Barn a warm and inviting romantic retreat. Spend lazy afternoons in the suntrap garden, before chucking dinner on the BBQ and enjoying a glass of wine in the raised seating area as the day draws to a close.

Exposed stone and wood give the property a rustic ambience that will make you feel fully immersed in countryside life. Whether you're packing a picnic in the farmhouse-style kitchen before a day of adventure or curling up in front of the wood burner with a cup of tea after a blustery walk, the warm neutral tones and will have you feeling right at home.

Penwith is a wild and open area of Cornwall, scattered with picturesque remnants of its tin mining heritage. St Buryan is the origin point for many outstanding walks, including the stunning South West Coast Path. Alternatively, you could head 5 miles inland to discover ancient stones such as the Bronze Age Boscawen-un Stone Circle, or the mysterious Mên-an-Tol (10 miles) with its ailment curing myths. Spend a day at Land's End (6 miles away) and have your photograph taken beneath the famous signpost. Sennen Cove is 5 miles away for beach lovers and is great for surfing, relaxing and long walks.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 double bedroom
  • Shower room with WC
  • TV and DVD
  • Wood burner
  • Cornish Heritage Stove, electric hob/plate, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
  • Extra heating charge payable October – March
  • Towels for hire by arrangement
  • Bed linen, electric and central heating included
  • Ample parking
  • Arrival 4pm

This property is personally managed by Joseph.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 2 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
Star ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar rating5
Overall equipment
Star ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar rating5
Overall comfort
Star ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar rating4.5
Overall location
Star ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar ratingStar rating4.5

Reviewed by Jo 6th July 2019

Cottage was well equipped and comfortable. The location was perfect for us, as we wanted a quiet get-away.


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

North Cornwall

Embark on clifftop wanderings along the South West Coast Path to discover ancient myths and legends; King Arthur at Tintagel Castle, or the giant at the Bedruthan Steps. Surfers flock here to ride the famous swell that carved the dramatic coastline, and Bude and Newquay are havens for the sport. From sandy bays and beaches to the seafood delights of Padstow or thrills of Camel Creek Adventure Park, North Cornwall is brimming with things to do; trails to trek, cream teas to gobble, and adventure to be had.

West Cornwall

Let the history, romance and raw beauty of West Cornwall whisk you through time, into rocky coves and along sweeping sands to Land’s End where the UK slips into the Atlantic. Discover an oasis of flora owed to the rare geology of the Lizard peninsula. You can kayak around Godrevy Island, wander the galleries of St Ives, catch a performance at the open-air Minack Theatre, and still make it to Marazion for dinner: St Michael’s Mount makes the ultimate backdrop.

South Cornwall

Tucked away from the swell of the Atlantic pretty fishing harbours sleep, and lush carpets of greenery roll up to craggy cliffs. Discover the fishing and smuggling history in Kingsand and Cawsand, or walk the South West Coast Path from Fowey to the tiny tidal beach at Readymoney Cove. Sample local ales in St Austell before visiting Charlestown’s tall ships, the enchantments of the Eden Project, or The Lost Gardens of Heligan. From vibrant towns to secret beaches and exhilarating days out, the south has it all.

1 more property at this location

Mowey Cottage

Mowey Cottage

Sleeps: 2 | Bedrooms: 1

£356 - £793

To arrange group bookings across one or more of these properties, call our team to check availability and book.

Stay in Media Limited is registered in England and Wales. | Registered office: Travel Chapter House Gammaton Road Bideford EX39 4DF | Company No. 07391123 | VAT reg: 107706918