Manor Farmhouse may just have it all – a great location, impressive living spaces and a luxurious feel throughout. Perched on the hill above Porthallow with stunning coastal and countryside views, this could be the ideal Cornish retreat for family and friends. The Owner's attention to detail is evident throughout this beautiful property as natural stone sits alongside solid oak, glass and granite whilst retaining many of the building's original features.
The quality continues with smart and stylish equipment and furnishings ensuring guests a comfortable home-from-home whilst outside Manor Farmhouse is the gift that just keeps on giving. A fabulous hot tub is waiting in the corner of the enclosed patio, also accessed from the master bedroom, and beyond the farmhouse is a raised garden terrace, chosen for its uninterrupted sea views as the perfect spot for dining al fresco or simply relaxing in the sun or under the shade of the summer-house. With a great local pub a short stroll down the hill, coastal walks from your doorstep and easy access to the Lizard peninsula, Helford passage and beyond, Manor Farmhouse could be your dream holiday home, however it might just be so good that you may never want to go out!
Bedroom 1 with double bed (6') and Dressing-room leading to en suite Shower-room with shower, WC, bidet and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds
Bedroom 3 with double bed
Bathroom with slipper bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player, iPod dock, wood-burner and Dining-area
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave with grill, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
- Dogs welcome
- Cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Part of Roskorwell Manor Barns
Sleeps 14 + 3 cots in 3 properties
With an enviable position above Porthallow, the beautiful panoramic views over the sea from Roskorwell Manor Barns and gardens will set you in holiday mode. With a short walk down the hill to the local beach and pub, these properties, former barns for Roskorwell Manor, offer guests a comfortable and...Read More
Manor Arvor is the single-storey barn on the left of the picture.
Manor Fletching is to the right of the picture attached to Manor Farmhouse with a bedroom in between.
The first floor vaulted living-room has the original beams, exposed stone work and a beautifully crafted staircase leading to the ground floor.
The awesome kitchen/diner is just one of the best rooms in the house with beautiful hand-crafted furniture, oak beams and a wonderful feeling of light.
The view from the garden just after ploughing.
The kitchen is equipped with high quality, good looking appliances.
The master bedroom (Bedroom 1) has an impressive 6' wooden bed alongside other furniture made by Amish craftsmen in the USA.
The en suite shower-room and dressing-room are just next door and through the French doors is the enclosed patio with private hot tub.
The cosy wood-burner will keep you warm throughout the cooler months.
The lovely en suite to the master bedroom is a wonderful combination of modern-style alongside the beautiful natural stone of the original barn.
The walk-in double shower with large shower rose.
The dressing-room to Bedroom 1 is also furnished with both antique and modern furniture.
This sympathetic conversion retains some original stonework alongside the recently made staircase; master craftsmanship centuries apart.
At the end of the hallway from the ground floor bedrooms a small flight of stairs lead up to the kitchen/diner.
The family bathroom with slipper bath and a large shower cubicle.
The bedrooms and bathrooms are on the ground floor, the hallway also has doors opening onto the central courtyard.
The gorgeous antique dining-table and chairs.
This beautiful solid wooden table and chairs sit on the raised dining-area at one end of the 'great hall', perfect for dining with friends and family.
The view from the living-room towards the rear door with steps leading down to the parking-area.
There is a double oven alongside the large American-style fridge/freezer.
The comfy sofas for relaxing with the raised dining-deck beyond.
It really is a pleasure to cook in Manor Farmhouse kitchen.
If you feel the need there is a sleek black washing machine and tumble-drier ready for your use.
The fabulous granite topped central island is the perfect preparation for tonight's dinner or tomorrow's beach picnic.
Bedroom 3 is furnished with a lovely wooden double bed (4' 6") and an antique Victorian wash stand.
Bedroom 2 has 'zip and link' beds and can be made up as two 3' single beds or a 6' double bed depending on your requirements.
The twin obelisks are a great feature in this large family garden.
The view from the garden is rather special, especially when the crops in the adjoining field are short.
The fountain courtyard with Manor Farmhouse (2835) on the left and Manor Fletching (2834) to the right with a Farmhouse ground floor bedroom in between the two properties.
The lane leading back down the hill towards the village where you will find the pub, downhill all the way there!
There are lovely rural views inland along the way....
....and to the sea to your left.
Heading on down the hill into Porthallow....
What to do next? A bracing walk along the coastal footpath - or a pint in the local hostelry?
Or perhaps spend some time on the beach....
....you can park your car there and do a spot of wave-watching whatever the weather!
The road leading into the village from the St Keverne side.
St Keverne's village square, where there are two pubs, a butcher and an excellent little general store.
The pretty seaside village of Coverack is just a short car journey away.
Looking across the bay from Coverack's scenic harbour towards the other end of the village.
Coverack's beach is sandy at low tide.
Picturesque Cadgwith Cove.
The family-friendly beach at Kennack Sands.
A view of the Helford River from up above the little village of Helford.
A view from the other side of the estuary,with Trebah and Glendurgan gardens along the river's edge on the right.
The Farmhouse has a large garden with plenty of room for a game of rounders or to kick a ball around.
A very different view of the Farmhouse from the parking-area shows the ceiling to floor glass in the kitchen/diner and the annexe at Roskorwell Manor (2685) in the background.
The view from the top of the steps outside the living-room doors out to sea.
The summer-house sits on the raised part of the garden where the views get even better.