Orangery Lodge.
The fabulous view from the raised platform in the garden.
The sitting-room is a lovely room in which to unwind and relax.
The bedroom has a contemporary four-poster bed.
The dining-area has a toasty wood-burner making this a perfect retreat all year round.
The modern kitchen has all you need to cook up some holiday treats.
From the raised decking area you can see look across the park to The Orangery.
At the end of a busy day exploring this unspoilt part of Cornwall the sofa invites you to sit back and relax.
The interiors are quite stunning.
The dressing-room.
There are lovely features throughout Orangery Lodge, adding to the overall charm and character.
From the sitting-room you can look out to the waters of Plymouth Sound.
But if you don't want to cook why not treat yourself to a scrummy afternoon tea from The Orangery (open April to Oct).
The kitchen/dining-room.
The contemporary shower-room is on the ground floor.
The stylish shower.
Mirror mirror on the wall...
There is a step up from the dressing-room to the bedroom.
Restful tones will assure a good night's sleep.
The styling throughout complements the very special cottage.
The furnishings and decor are simply stunning throughout.
An aerial view of Mount Edgcumbe.
Mount Edgcumbe House.
Discover the estate and parkland and find the folly that looks out over Plymouth Sound.
The beautiful coastline.
Explore the twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand.

Orangery Lodge


1.5 miles SE of Torpoint / Sleeps 2 + cot*

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7 Nights from  £357

October 2020

Orangery Lodge exceeded our expectations for a one bedroom cottage. It was spotlessly clean and nicely furnished though lacked a few homely touches like cushions on the sofa, probably due to Coronavirus rules. Mount Edgecumbe Estate is so beautiful, plenty of walks and so much to see. The Orangery Restaurant, 50 yards away did the best English breakfast we have ever had and the staff are so friendly. What a pity it isn't open until early evening so you could have dinner there. All in all a great place to stay and we will definitely be back!

August 2020

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August 2020

This is our 5th time staying at Mount Edgcumbe, we normally stay in Cremyll Lodge. Thought we would try Orangery Lodge for a change. Out of the two we prefer Cremyll Lodge slightly, it’s swings and roundabouts, the parking is a lot better at the Orangery , Cremyll you have to park in the car park up the road as the drive way is almost impossible. The garden is a lot better in Cremyll and suits our dog so much better, the raised platform in the Orangery is ok , does have lovely views. The court yard could definitely do with improvements. The upstairs in the Orangery is better than Cremyll, but prefer the downstairs in Cremyll. We absolutely love Mount Edgcumbe, the location is brilliant and so dog friendly.

August 2020

Comfortable accommodation in a beautiful location. A great alternative to Cremyll Lodge and I’m sure that we will back to stay again

July 2020

Such lovely accommodation for 2 in a fantastic setting. Within the orangery grounds and right on the waterfront. Pub and shale beach less than 100 metres away. We had our dog with us and we all enjoyed the walks on the estate and to Rame peninsular. We look forward to returning in the future.

July 2020

Great position in a lovely park with lots of walks from the door. Has a great garden platform that has fantastic views across to the Royal William Yard. Lots to see if you love boats and wildlife. Close to the Cremyll ferry.

March 2020

We had an excellent holiday in what were difficult circumstances. The cottage is lovely, the views from the lounge window and the viewing platform are excellent. The Orangery Cafe was open so we had several tasty meals that we were able to take back to the cottage. Early morning and late evening walks through the historic gardens are quiet and peaceful because the gates to that area are still locked. It feels as though it is your private property. We will be back when normality returns.

October 2019

A fantastic retreat with lots of great walks and easy access to Plymouth. The cottage itself has everything you need for a nice relaxing break. The balcony on the back of the property is a great addition. It was just a shame we were unable to make the most of it as the weather in late October, early November was not kind to us (but hey we never expected it to be!!??). We hope to return in the summer to take advantage of this great space.

September 2019

A wonderful and comfortable cottage set in an outstanding location. You have the best of both worlds the incredible country park to walk and explore with its amenities and the waterfront where you can see the ships, boats and historic Plymouth. The ferry to Plymouth and its attractions are within a short walk. The park and cottage were so lovely we hardly left it for the whole week. Our dog was in her element.

June 2019

Fantastic location, beautiful property, wonderful views and very dog friendly! It was a pleasure to just open the front door and have so many walking opportunities! We can’t wait to re-book for next year!

June 2019

The high level deck gives stunning views.

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