Fabulous and relaxing

Had a fabulous relaying stay in Gwennel barn. Stunning conversion! Fantastic meals at the Logan Rick Inn and lots of stunning walks. We also enjoyed the Cookbook in St Just and coffee from the Apple Tree Cafe. Kirsty and Ed, October 2018

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A great base for exploring

Exceptional finish throughout the cottage. Treen village is nice and peaceful and we enjoyed watching the cows walking up and down the adjacent lane. A great base for expling and we would not heistate in recommending this cottage to our frineds and family. Noel August 2018

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Trip to St Ives

One of the most frequently asked questions is how to get to St Ives. This method is quick and easy with a scenic route that overlooks the Hayle estuary and a few beaches. Park at the ‘Park and ride’ in  Lelant Saltings (£2.80 for the parking whole day; train tickets, adults cost £3 and children […]

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Flowers on the cliffs – a May morning

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The Giants of Treryn Castle

The Giant in his dozing afternoons would rock Men Amber for a bit, this he could easily do with the tip of his finger, when standing on the grass below it as the Treen Giant stood stoutly at 40 feet high, without his boots. Sometimes, with his staff, he kept the sacred stone in motion […]

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Rock basins at Treryn Dinas

“Castle Treen”, the rocky part of the Logan Rock headland, hosts numerous rock basins. Their formation due to the decomposition of granite along the mechanical action of rainwater and weathering on weak feltspar crystals. In the past there has been a lot of discussions whether they were natural or made by the Druids who dwelled […]

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The Key of the Castle

The Giant’s Castles at Treryn, remarkable as a grand example of truly British Cyclopean architecture, was built by the power of enchantment (from Hunt, Popular romances of West of England)

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The good giant Dan Dynas

Assisted by his wife An’ (aunt) Venna, who broke up the ditch, filled her large apron with the soil, and put it for filling behind the rocks, as her husband rolled them into their places. When they had thus constructed a stronghold, in which people with their tin and cattle were safe from marauding pirates, the giantess […]

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Simply the best

Simply the best ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ We just loved staying at Bleujenn barn; we didn’t want to leave and can’t wait to go back again. Jane and I have stayed at a number of lovely holiday barn conversions but Bleujenn barn is by far the best. Nico and Peter have done a truly […]

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Bleujenn and Gwennel Barns has been awarded

Second year running:  5 Stars and Gold Award for both Bleujenn and Gwennel barns from Quality in Tourism, the assessment service for VisitEngland.

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