Tag Archives: rural holidays
Check out this Country Living Link Reminds me of the (rather woolly) 70’s philosophical mainstay – “Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance” and not just because that is the authors thing. It seems what is really under discussion is … Continue reading
For a crowded Island, where we live is remote. So when our septic tank looked like it needed emptying it proved a challenge to find someone with a truck small enough to get to us. Seven and a half ton … Continue reading
We collect waste timber made (doors, window frames and windows, fascia boards and the like) once a fortnight for our wood burning range, supplying all our hot water, heating and cooking. Zero carbon footprint as it is all ‘old wood’. … Continue reading
A late start in the small greenhouse. This year & last (2010/11) we have cut back on kitchen garden & cottage garden seed planting. Now, middle of June, its not too late to get a mass of late summer flowers, … Continue reading
Have a look at our 1930’s style Grounds Plan and plan your walk of the grounds. All of Trevina Grounds are open to guests and we hope you take time to fully explore your own piece of Cornwall…
Late drive back across the edge of the Moor with the full moon low behind me. Deep tree lined lanes and lonely stones long shadows. Dark houses with folk tucked up in bed. Silvered dewy fields, dark hill tops clothed … Continue reading
Trevina brook once fed a series of mediaeval fishponds along the valley bottom, one pond still exists a little further up the valley, overgrown and haunt to otters & herons.