Owners Jim and Debbie Walker at Treworgey Manor have made additional steps to show their care of the environment by planting fields of eco-friendly Chicory and Clover, attracting even more wildlife to their surrounding fields. The sight of a colourful pheasant parading the well maintained Treworgey grounds is a regular sight around the 4 holiday cottages, plus the usual breeds of birds to observe in Cornwall, however with this year’s planting of Chicory (blue daisy) is likely to attract a whole new range of wildlife by the increasing the numbers of bumblebees, butterflies and other birds and small mammals.
It’s so important to care about the conservation of our countryside, so being able to plant wild flowers and therefore avoid using any pesticides is a commendable positive step to ensure the future of bees (and our ecosystems). Therefore, when you next stay at one of the Coach House Cottages you will be able to literally reap the rewards of all their planting efforts. We will keep you posted on sightings of interesting or unusual fauna over the next few months.