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Welcome to Tremeer Farm

 

Home to Yurts Cornwall and The Long Barn

Enjoy a special ‘Shine Yoga Retreat’ at Tremeer Farm June 19th and September 11th.  

Exciting new Retreat for 2020

‘The Art of Falling’ is a Healing and Poetry retreat in which we unite the body and mind so to access greater creativity, expression and confidence.  Here, we can enter into a space where possibility becomes limitless. Using the idea that in falling- in taking a leap and letting go- we are able to give into the magic of creation. More Info

SPECIAL OFFER  Book a 4 night mid week break and receive one of our Glamping Hampers full of Cornish goodies

 

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Glamping in Cornwall

Sara, Rob, Charlotte and Jake welcome you to Tremeer.  A small, traditional, family-run small holding nestled in a un-spoilt valley a mile from some of Cornwall’s most idyllic beaches and close to the Fowey River. If you are looking for a relaxing and memorable holiday our farm is a wonderful location.

Our farm is made up with four 18ft Mongolian style yurts, each sleeping up to four people (a third single futon can be added to sleep five), perfect for a family glamping adventure or a romantic retreat. Completing Tremeer is our Long Barn, a wonderful space for group holidays or for a family to celebrate a special occasion.

Experience the freedom of the great outdoors whilst enjoying some of life’s luxuries at Yurts Cornwall.

Imagine

Lazy days exploring hidden Cornish coves, relaxing on the beach at Lantic Bay, soaking in the wood-fired hot tub, sitting round the camp fire roasting marshmallows and falling into bed with the log burner going, gazing up at the stars.

Life on the farm

A highlight for many of our visiting children is feeding the animals in the mornings with Sara or Rob. This includes Rosie (our pet Kune Kune Pig), the Dexter cows and calves and, depending on the season, bottle feeding orphan lambs or tickling the tummies of piglets.

We encourage our visitors to collect their own eggs for breakfast from the chicken coup.

During the holidays we endeavour to involve children in some spontaneous arts and crafts activities. Parents are very welcome to join in but for some this gives a welcome time to enjoy a quiet cup of coffee.

Our yurts are well spaced apart and you are therefore very unlikely to have noisy neighbours. It is rare to hear any traffic, indeed, the only late night noises you are likely to hear will be the hooting of the owls.