Porthallow is a quiet, traditional little Cornish seaside village, its shingle beach looking eastwards across Falmouth Bay towards the beautiful Roseland peninsula. The spectacular coastal footpath runs through it, past the friendly Five Pilchards Inn, and St Keverne's village shops and two pubs are within a short drive. Half a mile up the hill leading out of Porthallow stands fabulous Roskorwell Manor, a detached period farmhouse sympathetically refurbished, superbly equipped and with views across the rural landscape to the sea beyond. Its warm colour schemes give a relaxed, informal feel, the huge kitchen/dining-room with its cosy wood-burner the convivial heart of the house. There are two flagstone-floored sitting-rooms, one with another wood-burner set inside the original inglenook fireplace. Upstairs the bedrooms are all light and spacious, the two doubles with fabulous sea views. Two bedrooms are en suite, the family bathroom includes a luxurious jacuzzi bath and the fourth bedroom has versatile 'zip and link' beds and an additional single bed. The wheelchair accessible annexe offers a further double bedroom with a wood-burner and en suite wet-room, ideal for single level living. Outside there is a games-room, hot tub and gardens. Roskorwell Manor offers something for guests of all ages.