A Little About Us
Chillbrook Farm is over 800 years old and is mentioned in the Doomsday book. It was originally a part of pre-Norman Tremodrett Manor, the lords of which were responsible for the building of the village church, St Gomondas. Dating from 1258 the church is dedicated to the Welsh missionary who brough Christianity to the Celts. The ruins of Tremodrett Manor have never been formally discovered. Local people however believe the manor was located in the nearby hamlet of Higher Town.
The most recent changes to Chillbrook Farm have involved the progressive conversion of all of the farm buildings into private living and holiday accommodation. Milkwood is the most recent addition to the farm and has been receiving guests since 2005.
We are part of a quiet, rural community and Chillbrook Farm offers a superb holiday location for those wanting to explore Cornwall or simply relax and 'get away from it all'.
We are always happy to recommend pubs and restaurants. There are plenty to choose from locally and if you're willing to travel just a little bit further afield, you're spoilt for choice. Michelin stars, celebrity and good old fashioned family run restaurants offering superb food in the most dramatic locations Cornwall has to offer, you need only ask. We'll even program your sat nav for you.
If you need help planning a trip, we're on hand. We're keen that you get to see and experience as much of Cornwall as you want to at your own pace. There are so many places worth visiting it can sometimes be difficult deciding what to do or where to go. This website has some ideas for some great days out at the bottom of each page, each linked to the attraction's own website where you can learn more. It is important to us that you get the most from your holiday so our local knowledge and advice is always available and you can always check back with this website for ideas whilst you're here.