Le Hurel Farm, Tr

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Le Hurel Farm, Trinity


Also known as Le Hurel, and with outbuildings converted to the impressive Le Hurel Holiday Cottages, this property on Trinity Main Road is inevitably confused with nearby Le Hurel

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Property name

Le Hurel Farm

Other names

  • Le Hurel
  • Le Hurel Holiday Cottages


Grande Route de La Trinite, Trinity

Type of property

Farm group with outbuildings converted to holiday lets


No recent transactions. The property has passed from father to son in the Gallichan family for many generations.

Families associated with the property

  • Gallichan


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A mid-late 19th century farm group retaining historic character with a good survival of original features. Two parallel ranges, side-on to west of road, farmhouse to south, farm buildings now residential, to north.

Notes and references

  1. Five generations of John Le Sueur Gallichans have now lived here, from this John's father to his great-grandson. All the immediate ancestors of the first John Le Sueur Gallichan, with the exception of one Clement, were called Jean or John

Le Hurel Holiday Cottages

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