Local News 2013 Local News in Roseland Peninsula

Cowshed to Wowshed – New Barn Conversion Success on Roseland

tregassick.co.uk-weddingAfter many years of hard work, Martin and Naomi Williams have finally completed their dream of converting their dilapidated cowshed at Tregassick House into a stunning luxury holiday accommodation and wedding venue.

The buildings now boast two units of accommodation. The old Dairy – with Bedroom, en suite Bathroom, living and Kitchen areas and a terrace which catches the sun from midday  to sunset. A perfect romantic hideaway for two – and the old Cowshed – which has 3 bedrooms, luxurious wet rooms and bathroom. A mezzanine floor which can be used as another bedroom and has outstanding views across rolling countryside to the Percuil Estuary.

tregassick.co.uk-bedroomMartin & Naomi told Roseland Online, “It was our aim to create a magical tranquil oasis kitted out to the highest possible level of comfort and sophistication not normally found in seaside accommodation. Down to the iberian Goose Down duvets and bespoke stain glass detail, I think we have achieved this and believe it is unique.”

The first few guests have confirmed this in their Visitor Book.  Shane and Sophie Gough-Breaks wrote, “ Nature created the exquisite outdoors of Cornwall, the Williams’ have created the exquisite indoors of The Dairy” and Emma and Ivor Moorey added, “Amazing week here, the properties are stunning, beautifully finished.”

tregassick.co.uk-outdoorThe properties boast bespoke kitchens with granite worktops, a wine cooler, range cooker, Quooker for instant boiling water, coffee machine, fridge freezer with ice machine and filtered chilled water and of course a microwave and dishwasher as well as Flat screen TV’s throughout with Sky in Living room and mezzanine, blu ray dvd players with dvd library.

The owners added, “There are also Log burning stove, leather sofas and dimmable lights to complete the relaxing ambience. We’ve also added Oak floors throughout with an air source heat pump providing eco friendly gentle heating. as well as Wi Fi in both Dairy and Cowshed.”

There is a private garden and dining area with BBQ and fire pit (logs and charcoal provided) and the outdoor sofas and sun loungers facing due south to take advantage of every ray of sun and the outstanding view. An adjacent field is available for Marquees for wedding receptions and other events, mains power and water provided.

To find out more, visit their website, www.tregassick.co.uk or contact Martin and Naomi Williams on 01872 580176

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