Bed & Breakfast in North Cornwall on the Cliffs Near Crackington Haven

Trevigue is a beautiful 16th century farm house located high on the rugged North Cornish cliffs nestled between the idyllic beach of Crackington Haven and the timeless village of Boscastle. Mentioned in the Doomsday book, Trevigue is built around an ancient cobbled courtyard.

While retaining its historic feel with flagstone slate floors, oak beamed ceilings and great open fireplaces with roaring log burning fires, Trevigue also manages to have a warm and friendly feel made personal with the Crocker family’s carefully chosen pictures and fine furniture. The interiors at Trevigue encourage you to leave your troubles behind and revel in the peace and tranquility found in excess.

Bed & Breakfast in Cornwall

Trevigue bed and breakfast in Cornwall has a light and airy feel and our visitors have their own sitting room which is perfect for reading one of the many individually chosen books by the family, sitting in the scrumptious sofas in front of the roaring log burning stove on those chilly days while having a cup of super fresh coffee from the coffee machine situated in the large slate floored hall.

Relax in style in this beautiful luxury cornish bed and breakfast on the North Cornwall coast.  Alternatively you may decide to sit down  and watch a classic film on the 42 inch Plasma screen Panasonic tv with dvd player and cinema sound.

The Rooms (Beds)

Each room is named after a point on the cliffs between Trevigue and Crackington Haven beach 1 1/2 miles away.  All have fine white bed linen, fluffy duvets and exquisite pocket sprung beds which promises you a blissful nights sleep.

Reasons to Stay at Trevigue B&B in Cornwall

  • Tranquil B&B located on a family farm near the highest cliff in Cornwall (High cliff 735ft above sea level)
  • National Trust bed and breakfast
  • An authentic 16th century cornish farmhose bed and breakfast

About our Bed & Breakfast Location

  • The bed and breakfast is located on the cliffs of North Cornwall, Crackington Haven, Bude. It’s near the coast, near the beach and near Boscastle. So a perfect B n B for your break.

Big Cam

A lovely large bedroom with a vaulted oak beamed ceiling and old wooden floors.  A beautiful large and airy bathroom with a spacious walk in shower. The bedroom has a 6ft French style bed, scrumptious very super duper ‘vi-spring’ bed and crisp Egyptian bed linen.  Relax in bed and watch your favourite film on the 42 inch flat screen plasma tv with dvd player.  The views from the bed room overlook the ancient cobbled courtyard.  There are coffee and tea making facilities.

From £110  (£15 extra for a one night stay)


This room has a lovely light and airy feel as it looks onto the courtyard on one side and views towards the fields going onto the coast from the other.It has an impressive six foot bed with super comfy pocket sprung mattress which can be split into two 3 ft twin beds.  The bed linen is a vintage style pretty duck egg blue flower high thread count cotton linen.  This room has a characterful en-suite walk in shower with blue moroccan style tiles and glass fish art work by the local renowned artist Jo Downs.  There is a tv with freeview on the wall for those lazy days or balmy long summer evenings to relax and stop for a while.  There is a retro radio and tea and coffee making facilities.

From £94 (£15 extra for a one night stay)

Little Cam

This is a pretty cosy twin bedded room with a beamed ceiling and lovely bathroom with en-suite shower.  The bed can also be a large 6 ft as it is a zip and link bed.  Again a lovely pocket sprung bed with gorgeous hand selected Egyptian cotton bed linen.  The room has a television, coffee and tea making facilities and a retro radio.

From £80 per night (£15 extra for a one night stay)


The high cliff suite is our largest room and accessed via a private slate spiral staircase leading up from the main hall.  It has an exceptional super duper ‘vi-spring’ zip and link bed. (Can be a large 6 ft bed or two 3 ft single beds).  Guests have described it as ‘sleeping on clouds’!  This can also be split into two 3 ft twin beds.  There is a sofa  which is ideal to watch the freeview tv/dvd on those lazy days!  This can also turn into a bed, ideal if three want to stay. There is a walk in shower (drencher head and directional spray head).

From £119 per night (£15 extra for a one night stay)

The Breakfast

Served From 8am-9am.
Let the smell of freshly brewed coffee  invite you into our warm dining room looking out onto the 16th century cobbled courtyard.
A large selection of teas, fresh coffee or decaffeinated tea or coffee.
Orange juice, filtered iced water
A large selection of freshly cut fruits such as pineapple, melon, juicy pink grapefruit, blueberries, raspberries, plums, bananas
Cornish creamy yoghurt with local honey and a bowl of mixed seeds and nuts.
Prunes for a healthy choice perfect with yoghurt and crunchy granola
Cereals with creamy local milk from Cornish farms
Locally baked bread: Harvester, white or mixed seeds and nuts lightly toasted with a choice of real strawberry jam or homemade marmalade a creamy Cornish butter
Smoked salmon with creamy scrambled eggs from our lovely hens who live in the Corner of the mowhay, topped with  Cornish chilli salt.  Have you ever tried scrambled egg with Parsley freshly picked from the courtyard (yummy!) (please ask for the night before)
Creamy Porridge slowly cooked on the aga topped with fresh fruits, agave syrup and seeds (please ask the night before for this choice)
Full Cornish breakfast:  Sausages hand made by Gayles dad at Bray Farm shop in Launceston; crispy Cornish smoked bacon; Aga baked tomatoes with olive oil sea salt and cracked pepper; Chestnut mushrooms baked in the aga with olive oil Cornish sea salt and a grind of mixed pepper and Cornish creamy butter; baked beans with four different beans; sautéed sweet potato; fresh eggs from our lovely hens fried scrambled or poached.


Dinners in the farmhouse dining room are available most nights to be booked in advance.  Especially lovely in the winter by the crackling log burning stove.


Owned by HC and G Crocker