Owner Guide

Embrace simple pleasures and make every moment count. We’ve created homes that ‭capture the spirit of St Ives and its ever changing landscape. Immerse yourself in Cornish life and discover a true haven, where your only thoughts will be, what ‭adventures are we going to have today?

We want your holiday home to get the bookings it deserves…

Tregenna has a proven track record of selling properties just like yours on our Resort.

This guide will take you through letting your property with Tregenna Castle Resort.

We know how important your holiday home is to you and we will ensure it is profitable for you by maximising potential bookings. We work hard for every owner and our Tregenna reservations team are efficient and dedicated.  You can rely on them to provide a friendly and professional service for all your guests.

Why let your property with us?

We have decades of experience in successfully letting self catering properties on our beautiful 72 acre estate

We provide a 24/7 booking service

Our website attracts nearly 350,000 hits a year with a high conversion to bookings  www.tregenna-castle.co.uk

We take care of everything so you can just sit back and relax and enjoy your profits

When you’re letting a property we know location is important and luckily for you St Ives is a beautiful coastal destination. Traditionally a fishing town, St Ives centres around the harbour, its stunning white sandy beaches, and cobbled streets. Often referred to as the jewel of Cornwall, with the St Ives Museum and the Tate St Ives, it is a hub for arts and heritage in West Cornwall.

Overlooking the picturesque St Ives bay, Tregenna Castle is a stunning resort just a short walk from the beautiful harbour town.

Our location, coupled with all that Tregenna has to offer, makes us an ideal Cornish holiday destination. We also pride ourself on being family friendly, so generations can gather together and create memories that will last a lifetime.

For more details, please download our Owner Guide Brochure.

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