• We stayed at Treth for a week at the beginning of September along with our dog Freddie. The property is ideally situated for both the cove and the village, which still retains a sense of community unlike some resorts in Cornwall. We found six different walks all of about 3 to 4 hours along the beautiful and interesting coast (lots of disused tin mines), two of them punctuated by a visit to a local farm cafe for lunchtime panini or afternoon tea and cake. The small village offers good shopping facilities together with about five pubs, fish and chip shop and a great pizza place. The property is well fitted out and surprisingly roomy and the large deck is ideal for a beer or G & T after a long walk. Later in the evening we watched the bats hunting from the deck. Need a degree of fitness as the road off which it is situated is very steep. Plan to return next summer.

    — John Statham, 21 Sep 2020
  • We stayed in Treth House in August 2020 and had a lovely time. The lodge is perfectly located between beach and village (both easily walkable). You don't need to leave St Agnes if you don't want to - great beach with lots to do for all ages, lovely walks from the doorstep and a supermarket, butchers, bakers and takeaway options in the village. The lodge itself is superbly set out and comfortable, with fantastic views of the sea; a very tranquil setting. We will definitely be back!

    — Kate, 24 Aug 2020
  • My partner and I stayed in Feb 2020 for 4 nights with our 4mth old dog. We had a brilliant time even though the weather was rubbish. The house itself is fantastic, very spacious and had everything we needed. Because the weather was so bad at the time, we ended up binge-watching TV. The TV in the house is a smart TV so Netflix etc was available. The location is also good - it is on a hillside of the cove, so if you walk to the local bar or down to the actual cove, the road is quite steep. The Drifterwood Spars bar is lovely and the food is great. This is only a 7 or 8-minute walk down the hill. Few minutes drive from the house you can find various cafes and bars in St Agnes itself - we never experienced anywhere bad!

    We managed a few walks - the SW Coastal walk was great with amazing views. We also managed to get down to Hayle beach with the dog, which was good fun.

    Overall I would highly recommend this accommodation. We will be back I'm sure.



    — Paul Walton, 19 Feb 2020
  • Spent a lovely weekend in January at Treth House. Great tonic to beat the January blues. Arrived and all was warm and welcoming. Went for a short walk on the beach followed by beer and bogof fish and chips at The Driftwood Spas. They were really welcoming. Treth house is an ideal spot for both meandering around St Agnes and walking the coastal path - both of which were lovely . We topped off Saturday with a fabulous meal at Taste -scallops to die for. Strongly recommended. We all had a fabulous weekend in Treth house. The lodge is fully equipped to a high standard . Can’t wait to go back!

    — Sue , 04 Feb 2020
  • We recently enjoyed a wonderful stay at Treeth House, Our daughter lives in St Agnes and we are frequent visitors. Having stayed in a number of Holiday Lets in the village we found this to be ideal for many reasons. The position is excellent with superb views, it is conveniently placed near the beach and The Driftie and is a short walk up Rocky Lane to our daughter's house. The House is very well appointed and everything works which is a bonus. We love the modern feel and last but not least parking is easy(St Agnes cottages often have limited parking). We highly recommend Treeth House for its position,views, interior and exterior design and local amenities, We would love to visit again in the near future.

    — Martyn and Christine Bivand, 14 May 2019
  • My wife and I booked Treth House for our honeymoon in May 2018 and can only have great words to say about it. The property is set in a stunning location just minutes away from St Agnes beautiful beach and coastal paths, as well as the village centre. As well as being in a great location it has everything you would need for a luxury stay and the place was immaculate throughout. We highly recommend it for anyone wanting to explore this beautiful part of the country.

    — George Renney, 10 May 2018
  • We spent 2 weeks in september in St. Agens and Treth House and in spite of the bad weather we had a wonderful time. It was always nice to come home in such a well equipped and cosy house. Everything we needed was there. The house also very quiet and in walking distance of the beach and St. Agnes.
    We walked along the South West Coast Path which is a really amazing coastline.
    We can surely recommend Treth House.

    — Luc Baeskens, 04 Jan 2018
  • Me and my family spent a lovely week at Treth House in Autumn half term. The house is very warm and cosy with a really comfy large double bed. A really well equipped kitchen making meal times really easy. The position is fabulous with the beach in walking distance and lots of lovely local resturants to choose from in St Agnes. It is a great base to explore this wonderful corner of Cornwall.

    — Rebecca Friedrich, 17 Nov 2017
  • We have just returned from our second stay at Treth House. We enjoyed our fist visit so much, we immediately re-booked for the following year!
    We have stayed in and around St Agnes for over 15 years and Treth House is a real gem. In a secluded and quiet location, yet only a few minutes walk to Trevaunance Cove and the beach or a brisk 10 minute walk to the village with all the local facilities you would need.
    Driftwood Spars provides a very convenient and close eatery and the local micro brewery proved a big hit with my husband!
    Cliff top walks from St Agnes to Chapel Porth and beyond are a must, for the stunning scenery and ruined engine houses.
    A few miles drive away is our favourite beach at Porthtowan as when the tide goes out, you gain access to a 3 mile stretch of sandy beach and caves to explore.
    Treth House is comfortable, modern, well equipped and clean. Roy & Josette are a dream to deal with too and are very responsive to any queries you may have.

    — Marian Brown, 01 Sep 2017
  • My children and I spent a lovely week at Treth House. The owners have made it a real home from home. The accommodation is well laid out and equipped and in the perfect spot to experience all St Agnes has to offer. The cream tea on arrival was a lovely surprise. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend the accommodation to family and friends.

    — Jane Norris, 26 Apr 2017
  • We were four adults who stayed at Treth House for one week in May/June. The cottage was clean, spacious, modern and tastefullly decorated with a wonderful deck with views down to the cove. We enjoyed the amenities the cottage had such as the washer/dryer and dishwasher. It was a short walk down to the beach via the path and a pleasant 10-15 minute walk to the village with lots on offer. We had one of the best Sunday roasts at the St Agnes Hotel. I would highly recommend Treth House and would love to return one day as we had a wonderful time here.

    — Narelle Matthews, 27 Jun 2016
  • What a wonderful property to spend a holiday in. It is nested in a truly magnificent setting high above Trevaunance Cove with views out to Wheal Kitty - furnished to an extremely high standard with all mod cons including super-fast broadband. From here you can take breath-taking walks to Perranporth, 6 miles, and Chapel Porth, along jaw-droppingly steep cliff paths with amazing vistas at each step. St Agnes village is a short walk up the footpath close to the house where you will find all amenities including many good eateries.

    — Jenny Nunn, 21 May 2016
  • Roy & Josette - what a lovely stay we had at Treth House.
    The house is so snug and cosy even during the winter - we were blessed with some sunny days and so it was great to pop out, and complete many circular walks which afford amazing coastal view from the cliff tops on the way back down to Trevaunance Cove.
    We had a lovey Valentine's lunch in the Aggie and caught a show in the theatre in Truro.
    On other nights we cooked our own supper in the very well equipped kitchen whilst listening to our music beaming out of your terrific sound system which was so easy to use.
    It's an easy walk into the village to collect provisions or a hot pasty from KT's. Hope we can come and stay again in the not too distant future.

    — Richard & Raymie Burden, 28 Feb 2016
  • We first came to St Agnes 20 Years ago with a 6 month old baby and had a lovely Holiday so we thought we would come back and see how things had changed. We wanted to stay close to where we were before and after a good hunt round we found Treth House and it sounded perfect.
    Well I can confirm it is as good as it sounds.
    It is perfectly located, close to Trevaunance cove (5 minute walk), close to St Agnes and all its great pubs and restaurants (15-20 minute Walk Max).
    The coastal paths stretch north and south and again are a 5 minute walk from the doorstep.
    Padstow is 30 miles away, Eden Project 30 miles, St Michaels Mount 25 miles. For me this is the perfect spot to explore cornwall.
    The House is a joy as the layout has been well considered with the lounge area and dining area both having large French Doors opening onto decking area which gives the best view ever down into the cove (Maybe persuade the neighbour to cut back his vegetation to make it even better !!).
    Facilities are great too, kitchen has everything, lounge has Hi-Def TV, Blue Ray, and fast WiFi. Bedrooms are comfortable with just enough storage space for a weeks stay (Some more Hangers would be appreciated I think). Bathrooms are like a posh Hotel, very nice, and Hot water never ran out.
    Parking is directly in front of the Decking so again ideal.
    So in Summary.... Perfect.
    Thankyou Roy & Josette so much for allowing us to Stay.

    — Peter & Alison Gibson, 18 Jul 2015
  • My wife Barbara and I spent a week in the lovely Treth House in St. Agnes. We have chosen St. Agnes for our first visit in Cornwall to make day trips to see villages, cliffs and landscape, manor houses and do a couple of sometimes long trails along the coast. Due to the great weather we could do all outdoor activities but always looked forward to come to Treth House in the afternoon and spend time in the house. Roy and Josette have established the perfect holiday home – very comfortable, fully equipped kitchen, lovely bedrooms and bathrooms, great entertainment system and fast wireless. A lot of other facilities we could also use such as the outdoor deck. All you need and much more is there. Treth House is close to everything but quiet if you want it. Pubs and shops are in walking distance but we mostly preferred to stay at Treth House in the evenings to enjoy this home from our home in Switzerland. Really a hidden gem in the southern part of Cornwall. We will recommend Treth House to friends and come back some time.

    — Emil & Barbara Amrein from Switzerland, 16 May 2015
  • A very secluded, well apointed holiday home in a gorgeous location made for a relaxed and enjoyable holiday

    — Nick Biggs, 29 Oct 2014
  • We spent a lovely sunny June week at Treth House overlooking the beautiful village of St. Agnes. This newly built bright and light contemporary eco holiday property is fully and thoughtfully equipped for 4 adults. There’s a large flat screen TV in living room and smaller TVs in both the very comfortable bedrooms. And excellent water pressure in the bathrooms and strong Wi-Fi signal throughout the property.

    We prepared a few meals in the perfectly equipped kitchen using freshly sourced local ingredients purchased in the friendly village shops. There are several excellent restaurants within walking distance of the house and our favourite was the Fitty Pysk Seafood Restaurant overlooking Trevaunance Cove, a five minute walk away. We also enjoyed an excellent lunch at Taste Restaurant on Vicarage Road in the village.

    There are several interesting and scenic coastal walks nearby which we enjoyed enormously and made very easy trips to the wonderful St. Ives, Padstow and Land’s End.

    Thank you Josette and Roy for a fabulous holiday.

    Sadly one week was not long enough to fully explore all the area has to offer so we definitely intend to return!

    — Paula Woodgate, 06 Jul 2014
  • Treth House is fantastic, modern, immaculate and eco friendly. In a gorgeous setting within the beautiful village of St Agnes one of the prettiest in Cornwall. The house, is situated with a few other similar properties a total of about 5. Surrounded by trees and a sea view what more can you ask for! We saw lots of birds at the property even a wood pecker landing on the balustrade one morning. It is a very peaceful location. The walk down the hill to the beach takes about 3 minutes (even with 2 small boys aged 3 and 5 – great hill to tire them out as well)! All the village imenities are within walking distance of the property. A fantastic place to go and relax in wonderful accommodation and a fantastic village. A must for anyone wanting to stay in Cornwall. Simply gorgeous.

    — Sasha, 24 Jun 2014
  • This is one of the newest houses on a lovely small developement of similar timber built eco-houses, ideally situated between St Agnes town centre and the lovely Trevaunance Cove. The apartment itself is new and spotlessly clean. The kitchen is equipped with all you need for a weeks stay and you can tell from the little touches around the place that the owners use the place themselves and take a pride in their property. This said we still felt relaxed staying with our 15 month old little boy and that he wasn't going to trash the place. This is a well appointed holiday home - not a show palace. The bedrooms are well sized and the well proportioned lounge opens onto the deck with views to the valley, one of the local wheelhouses on the hill top and the sea through the trees. The owners, Roy and Josette were incredibly friendly, efficient and helpful in arranging our booking. They organised a (very clean and new) high chair for us at my request without any fuss or charge. We didn't use the travelcot on site but this also looked new and clean. The location is fantastic. Nicely secluded (make sure you let the supermarket delivery guys know how to find the entrance if you use them) and there are only a small number of units on the development. There is a small but steep walk down to the cove with its small pebble beach (life guarded at most times), an excellent local pub with a beer garden half way up the cliff edge, a good fish and chip shop and a beach cafe (being refurbished when we visited). Also within a few minutes walk are the local artists studios / galleries and a lovely little roadside cafe / coffee shop called Genki which has a lovely enclosed garden. St Agnes is a short walk (up the hill) or an easy drive away and has numerous lovely little cafes, pubs, traditional butchers, a renowned pizza take away and craft shops. This is a great base for anyone looking for a great Cornish holiday.

    — James, 23 Jun 2014
  • We holiday in St Agnes at least once a year, sometimes twice, and have done for a number of years. We have stayed in a number of cottages. Treth House not only has the most stunning views, it has the highest rating in our book for luxury combined with comfort. Josette and Roy have obviously put a lot of thought into their Eco Home. The attention to detail ensures that guests have a comfortable stay, and all needs are catered for. Even down to no arguing over which TV programme to watch. There is a TV in the Lounge and in both bedrooms... everyone is happy. I particularly love the Kitchen. It's a pleasure to use and cook in.

    Thank you Josette and Roy. We look forward to returning again later in the year.

    — Tricia, 30 Apr 2014
  • We enjoyed our stay very much at Treth House, with very comfortable accommodation. We found St. Agnes very friendly and enjoyed a lovely meal at the Taphouse, the nicest Sea Bass I have tasted. We also visited the Driftwood Spars quite a few times and found the 'locals' very accommodating, as were the staff at The St.Agnes bakery (great Cornish pasties). On booking we found the owners very helpful and had no problems at all whilst we were there. We would definitely recommend this property to our friends.

    — Ann & Barry Sullivan, 14 Apr 2014
  • Hi Roy and Josette,

    Thanks for letting us stay in your lovely holiday house, we certainly enjoyed ourselves. As a local to the village it was especially nice to have the tranquillity of staying near the beach with absolutely no intrusions!

    Perfect place for a romantic getaway!

    — Ruth and Nick, 11 Mar 2014
  • My husband and I having trawled the internet for Last minute accommodation chanced upon Treth House. We managed to book a last minute week's stay for the new year period . What a fabulous choice of accommodation. !!! Spotless, luxurious, spacious, peaceful and everything required for a home from home stay. Location was perfect for a relaxing break from hectic city life. The beach only a short down hill walk away was superb. We dined many an evening at the local Driftwood Spars gastro pub. I would thouroughly recommend it. The food was to die for. A massive thank you to Roy and Josette for allowing us the use of their beautiful accommodation. Thank you for great service. The only down side to this house was having to leave it to return to Manchester! The jigsaw you left for my husband to TRY to complete gave me many a peaceful evening...price less.

    — Jane, 06 Feb 2014
  • I spent a long time looking for somewhere to stay with my husband and 2 young children (aged 2 years and the other 5 months) within St Agnes. I wanted somewhere reasonably spacious and child friendly close to the beach and the village. We struck gold with Treth House. We happened to be the first visitors to this newly renovated Eco Lodge and so we wouldn't have been surprised if there had been teething problems. However, there was no such thing and we were delighted with the property. The landlord, Roy, was impressively efficient at replying to my many enquiries and always very helpful and friendly. He sent very comprehensive instructions prior to our arrival and the house was immaculate. You can see that Roy and Josette have not tried to cut corners with the spec of the lodge as the fittings and furnishings make for very comfortable and stylish accommodation. The lodge itself is bright, spacious and very warm (even in the middle of winter). We found it child friendly although there are a few valuable items within arms reach of little hands, it wasn't difficult to stop our toddler from touching them. We cooked within the lodge a couple of times and managed to find all suitable utensils required. The location of this lodge is very convenient if you want to be close to the attractions of St Agnes although be prepared for significant gradient walking! The walks down to the beach and into town weren't perfect for toddlers as it's not paved the entire way but I suspect that this would be problem anywhere in St Agnes. Overall, we were extremely happy with our stay at Treth House, were sad to leave and definitely hope to return!

    — Adam & Sophia Fityan, 22 Dec 2013
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