Treen village & its cliffs, an area of outstanding natural beauty

Treen lies in a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Towering granite cliffs, protect the stunning sandy beaches Pednvounder and Porthcurno, which are at walking distance from the barns. The headland Treryn Dinas, with the Logan Rock the famous eighty ton granite boulder perched on the edge, was an Iron Age promontory fort, defended by still visible ramparts. The Minack Theater, the world famous open air Theater, which is nested on the cliffs nearby overlooking the sea. Sennen Beach for surfing is only a short car drive away. The fishing Cove of Penberth, an undiscovered gem, can be reached in 10 minutes walk.

Experience the life of a small village, where it feels that time has halted in its tracks: stroll to the pub – the Logan Rock Inn, for a drink or a meal, watch the cows walking to their pasture, buy the fresh organic eggs from Treen Farm or the locally grown vegetables from the stall on the corner.

Alternatively you can cycle the West Kernow Way a 230km bikepacking adventure

We had two wonderful weeks. The cottage is very beautiful and everything is perfect. Treen is a lovely small village. We can recommend the pub for lunch or for dinner and some good beers. The landscape is great. You can do a lot of hikes along the coast and visit different cultural locations.  Claudia and Wolfhard