The view across the gardens to the house.
The sitting-room.
There is so much space for guests within the grounds.
The blue bedroom.
The open fire in the first floor sitting/dining-room.
Just off the conservatory/dining-room is a doorway through to the snug.
The dining-area of the sitting/dining-room.
The well-equipped kitchen leads to the conservatory dining-room.
The summer-house and lawn - the perfect setting for a picnic or barbecue.
St Michael's Mount at nearby Marazion.
Enjoy a warm welcome.
The dining-area within the first floor sitting/dining-room (you can just see a doorway to the left which leads through to one of the twin bedrooms).
Bedroom 2.
Lovely grounds for guests to enjoy.
This is the beautiful dining-area within the conservatory.
The snug.
The view across the gardens from the house.
There are lovely views out over the grounds from the conservatory/dining-room.
The main house.
This is the main bathroom with the shower-room just across the hall.
A view of the house from across the lake.
The tent room.
The twin bedroom.
The hallway.
The master bedroom.
The sitting-room.
The drawing-room.
Porthcurno is just eight miles away.
Pednvaunda.
The beautiful Cornish coast.
Wonderful walks on the coastal path.
Mousehole harbour is a short drive.
A local fishing cove.
The lake.
Penzance harbour.
Porthcurno.

Nancealverne House

1895

Penzance / Sleeps 8 + cot

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7 Nights from £876

  • 46 Reviews

Great place with old world charm, extensive equipment; loved the conservatory with its bunches of grapes over the table. It is much more like a family home than a holiday let. More space than anyone could reasonably need.

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We are so pleased you appreciated the historical charm of this astonishingly grand property which is ideal for family gatherings. Thank you for your glowing review. Sarah, Customer Support

An incredible house and location - walking distance to Penzance (although you may never want to leave the house) and a 20-30min drive to a variety of beaches. We have a fantastic time, the front lawn is perfect for rounders/croquet, and the lounges perfect for a murder mystery evening! Highly recommended....

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The historic building and fabulous grounds compensate for the lack of en-suite rooms.

A privilege to stay in a house saturated by history Close to amenities and the beach with the bonus of one’s own oasis of peace and quiet

First trip to Nancealverne House (June 2022) Very well situated just off A30. Lots of lovely grounds to wander around including a market garden to see and circular walks. The House has a lovely aspect, you can watch foxes on the field at night just past the lawn. Garden to the side with summerhouse/ bbq is the one to use. The House is the upper floor plus the staircase down to a stately room- we just closed off the stairgate and lived on the one level, using the side entrance, up a flight of steps (only door you can lock). It's a spacious place with good areas for eating, tv watching, reading etc. Beds were exceptionally comfortable (all with mattress toppers) and house was very clean with every utensil and even a coffee machine! Nice older furniture and not too many trinkets to break so you weren't on edge all the time with little ones! We had also booked Apple Loft and asked for the connecting garden gate to be opened so was easy access. Would recommend and definitely return. ...

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