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The complete countryside experience… whether it’s a family day out, romantic meal, a light lunch after a wander around the orchards or just a trip to our award winning farm shop. Enjoy the delights of Cornish food, drink, countryside and produce all in one place! Open from 8am daily and free to visit.

 
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Trevaskis Market and Farmhouse Restaurant

Trevaskis Market and Farmhouse Restaurant

Open daily 8am – 8pm, TM houses our butchery, fishmonger, deli, frozen goods and extensive wine selection, as well as a wealth of home grown and locally sourced fresh produce. 

Find everything from toilet paper and toothpaste to luxury organic chocolate and Camel Valley wine.

Open daily serving breakfasts, light lunches, hearty roasts and a decadent evening a la carte menu.

Tea, coffee and a fantastic selection of cakes and desserts available all day.

 
 
Car Park

Car Park

Free parking close to Trevaskis Market and Restaurant. Spaces nearest the restaurant reserved for disabled parking.

Gravel covered car–park with further overflow parking.

 
 
Shop Car Park

Shop Car Park

Free parking close to Trevaskis Market

 
 
Patch the Pony, Sheep, Lambs and Goats

Patch the Pony, Sheep, Lambs and Goats

Farming in the traditional way, we rotate animals and crops to ensure soil for crops and living conditions for animals are kept at optimum standards.

Animals aerate and break up soil, helping to create nutrient rich ground for growing crops.

You will find Patch the Welsh Moorland pony, Rusty and Dusty the goats and Miss Piggy the tame British Lop pig amongst others in our animal paddocks. This group of mismatched friends will be delighted to see you and your children.

 
 
Donkeys – Tilly and Flo

Donkeys – Tilly and Flo

Our resident Donkeys, Tilly and Flo can be heard at feed time, neighing to passers-by. Come and say hello!

 
 
Animal Paddocks

Animal Paddocks

Farming in the traditional way, we rotate animals and crops to ensure soil for crops and living conditions for animals are kept at optimum standards.

Animals aerate and break up soil, helping to create nutrient rich ground for growing crops.

You will find Patch the Welsh Moorland pony, Rusty and Dusty the goats and Miss Piggy the tame British Lop pig amongst others in our animal paddocks. This group of mismatched friends will be delighted to see you and your children.

 
 
Vegetable Cropping Area

Vegetable Cropping Area

In rotation with pig and piglet areas, cabbages, swedes, Brussel Sprouts and many other vegetables that supply Trevaskis Restaurant and Market are grown here.

This working area is not open to the public.

 
 
Our Energy Supply

Our Energy Supply

All our solar energy is consumed on-site, reducing our carbon footprint.

 
 
Pig and Piglet Pens

Pig and Piglet Pens

These are our British Lop sows that have recently farrowed (given birth) or are due to farrow.

They are housed in special farrowing houses in open pens.

 
 
Geese and Ducks

Geese and Ducks

This area is patrolled by West of England geese.

 
 
Beehives

Beehives

Our bees are busy pollinating all our fruit and vegetable crops, helping us get successful crops year on year.

 
 
Animal Paddock

Animal Paddock

Farming in the traditional way, we rotate animals and crops to ensure soil for crops and living conditions for animals are kept at optimum standards.

Animals aerate and break up soil, helping to create nutrient rich ground for growing crops.

You will find Patch the Welsh Moorland pony, Rusty and Dusty the goats and Miss Piggy the tame British Lop pig amongst others in our animal paddocks. This group of mismatched friends will be delighted to see you and your children.

 
 
Apple Orchards - 8 Varieties, Cooking and Eating

Apple Orchards - 8 Varieties, Cooking and Eating

Find eight varieties of established cooking and eating apples including varieties such as Katy, Greensleeves, Sunset, Queen Cox, Malling Kent and Bramley, all available for Pick Your Own. 

 
 
Working Yard

Working Yard

No Access Please

 
 
Organic Kitchen Garden Picnic Area

Organic Kitchen Garden Picnic Area

Always open to the public, this tranquil area is surrounded by fruit trees, a habitat pond and our mulberry bush (many school children have joined hands and sung around this, so feel free! No one’s watching…)

A delightful picnic spot.

 
 
Organic Herb Garden, Vegetable Beds and Fruit Displays

Organic Herb Garden, Vegetable Beds and Fruit Displays

A microcosm of life on the farm, this education centre shows traditional farming methods and demonstrates how, even on tiny patches of land, we can grow our own produce.

 
 
Organic Kitchen Garden Poly Tunnel

Organic Kitchen Garden Poly Tunnel

A useful ‘warm’ zone where we encourage early season vegetables such as potatoes and carrots as well as growing salads, lettuce, tomatoes, melons, aubergines, peppers, cucumbers and crops more accustomed to warm climates – watch out for figs, grapes, physalis, nectarines and peaches.

Please do not pick fruit or vegetables in this poly tunnel.

 
 
Strawberry Fruit Tunnels

Strawberry Fruit Tunnels

Used in alternation during the strawberry season, these tunnels house our strawberries for Pick Your Own. Usefully grown on ‘table-tops’ to encourage a more prolific crop and to discourage slugs, insects and bad backs!

Signs show which tunnels are open for picking.

Our choice of varieties ensures strawberries are available from late May to early November.

 
 
Strawberry Fruit Tunnels

Strawberry Fruit Tunnels

Used in alternation during the strawberry season, these tunnels house our strawberries for Pick Your Own. Usefully grown on ‘table-tops’ to encourage a more prolific crop and to discourage slugs, insects and bad backs!

Signs show which tunnels are open for picking.

Our choice of varieties ensures strawberries are available from late May to early November.

 
 
Plum & Cherry Orchard

Plum & Cherry Orchard

Opal and Marjorie’s seedling plums grow alongside Sunburst and Stella cherries in this extensive young orchard.

Our plum crop is currently a lot more successful than our cherries!

 
 
Plum Tunnel

Plum Tunnel

Three varieties of plums, Opal, Victoria and Marjorie’s, available both in The Market and to pick late summer.

 
 
Autumn Raspberries and Blackberries

Autumn Raspberries and Blackberries

Previously grown outside, new poly tunnels house our crops of raspberries and hybrid berries to protect them from ‘salt-burn’ – damage caused by the salty breeze blown up from the nearby coast.

 
 
New Apple Orchard - 15 Varieties

New Apple Orchard - 15 Varieties

Over 15 new varieties of sumptuous eating apples, available from late August.

 
 
Bush Fruits: Gooseberries, Redcurrants and Blackcurrants

Bush Fruits: Gooseberries, Redcurrants and Blackcurrants

The best gooseberries and currants are available in July.

Our bush fruits are all available for Pick Your Own, while our chefs preserve the fruit in the old fashioned way by making delicious jams and jellies.

 
 
Chicken Pens

Chicken Pens

Buff Orpington, Light Sussex, Welsummer, Rhode Island Red, Ixworth, Scotch Grey, White Marsh Daisy, Copper and Cuckoo Maran… find these breeds in their pens or taking turns to roam freely round the farm.

Our duck pen houses our Welsh Harlequin ducks and their handsome drake.

 
 
Cropping Area

Cropping Area

Producing some of the 100 crops on site, which are then used in our Farmhouse Restaurant and sold in our Market

 
 
Loganberries, Tayberries and Tummelberries

Loganberries, Tayberries and Tummelberries

Previously grown outside, new poly tunnels house our crops of raspberries and hybrid berries to protect them from ‘salt-burn’ – damage caused by the salty breeze blown up from the nearby coast.

 
 
Early Raspberries

Early Raspberries

Our early raspberries, available from mid-June.

 
 
Peas, Beans and Sweetcorn

Peas, Beans and Sweetcorn

Broad beans, Runner beans, Shelling Peas, Sugarsnap Peas and Mangetout cropping throughout the summer months, used both in Our Market and Restaurant as well as being available for Pick Your Own.

 
 
Private Residence - No Access

Private Residence - No Access

This area is not open to the public.

 
 
Private Residence - No Access

Private Residence - No Access

This area is not open to the public.

 

"50 years ago there was hardly a tree on the farm, but now after years of thoughtful planting, it’s like an oasis viewed from any direction."

Paul Eustice

Founder and Owner
Paul Eustice