Let us introduce you to the wonderful, the classic, Pengenna Manor! Tucked away at the end of a private drive, surrounded by glorious Cornish countryside, this unique and very special holiday home, parts of which date back to medieval times, has been refurbished with incredible attention to detail to create an imaginative and stylish home that retains its historic charm and character.
Behind the impressive facade is a warm and welcoming home, where the mullion windows, flagstone floors and granite archways fuse seamlessly with flamboyant wallpapers, sumptuous bedrooms and all the creature comforts of modern day living.
The magic continues outside as Pengenna Manor is set within 20 acres of gardens, woodlands and meadows for you to explore, so whilst the youngsters enjoy fun and games on the lawns, the grown-ups can get back in touch with nature. With so much space on offer you are sure to find your own secret sanctuary.
So if you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary or looking for an excuse to gather family and friends this is the place for you.
Pengenna Manor has been the family home of the same family for the last 150 years and photographs and family albums of generations past and present displayed around the home add to its warmth and history. The current owner who has lovingly brought the manor up-to-date has an office in the grounds and whilst giving you a warm welcome will leave you in peace to enjoy your stay.
Enjoy pre-dinner G and Ts and late night conversations in the elegant drawing-room with its beautiful parquet flooring, comfy sofas and wood-burner, and steps lead down to the dining-room decorated in bold shades of red offsetting the flagstone floors, massive inglenook fireplace and grand dining-table making mealtimes a real celebration. The kitchen has more of a modern twist with of course an obligatory range cooker - what else would you expect in a country house. One bedroom is downstairs, ideal for those less mobile or who maybe want some privacy, and there's also a shower-room, utility-room and the most fabulous cloakroom.
With a house of this age and Listed status there are low level doorways, uneven floors and a steep twisted staircase - and it is this staircase that takes you up to the other four bedrooms, each with their own superb individual style; so will you stay in the pink room, the blue room or surely it has to be the opulent Art Deco room where even the newspaper is from the 1920s!
Drawing-room with Smart TV and wood-burner
3 steps to Dining-room with wood-burner
Kitchen with electric cooker, oil-fired Rayburn, microwave, fridge and dishwasher
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and wood-burner effect gas stove
Bedroom 2 with super-king double bed (6') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and double wash-basins
Bedroom 3 with double bed (4'6'')
3 steps to Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 5 with twin beds (3')
Pengenna Manor is also a wedding venue and on occasions the owner might need to show couples around the grounds during your stay. There will be no need for them to enter the house and you will be informed of any visits that are planned at the start of your stay, but with so much space you probably won't even notice they are there. Please note no weddings or any other event will be held during your stay. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (up to 5 dogs)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 10 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 3 miles
- Garden furniture
- 6 electric thermostatic radiators and 2 electric convector heaters
- Logs for wood-burners
Pengenna Manor basking in the Cornish sunshine.
This really is a very special house.
From the grand exterior, step inside to a warm and welcoming home.
There are five individually styled bedrooms.
Pengenna Manor nestles in 300 acres of Cornish countryside - 20 of which are yours to explore and enjoy!
The kitchen has a modern, more contemporary feel.
Plenty of storage space for all your holiday catering needs.
In true country-house style the kitchen has a Rayburn along with an electric cooker for those unfamiliar with range cooking.
Mealtimes will be a real celebration in the dining-room.
The dining-room has the mother of all fireplaces.
The drawing-room is a wonderfully relaxing room.
The drawing-room is packed full of character features, with mullion windows, wood-burning stove, parquet and flagstone flooring and granite archways flooring.
Your four-legged friends are more than welcome to enjoy this wonderful home as well.
Even the cloakroom is impressive!
There are beautiful wallpapers throughout Pengenna Manor.
Bedroom 1 is located on the ground floor, ideal for those who are less mobile or require a little more privacy
Bedroom 1 even has a wood-burner effect gas stove - how romantic.
There are lovely features throughout.
Being Listed Pengenna Manor retains many historic features - including the small spiral staircase.
Bedroom 2 is a shrine to everything Art Deco and is truly fabulous.
The furniture has been carefully sourced - just take a look at that dressing table, totally unique.
Trinkets and historic family photos are displayed throughout, evidence that this was a real family home.
The care and attention to detail is evident throughout.
The Art Deco theme continues in the en suite shower-room but things have moved on from the Art Deco era with double sinks and a stylish shower.
You'll be pretty in pink in Bedroom 3.
Lovely touches throughout.
Each bedroom has its own style - you are sure to have a favourite - Bedroom 4 has a super comfy king-size bed.
And the final bedroom is Bedroom 5 - the twin bedded room.
Even with all the history there are still some modern additions.
The family bathroom on the first floor - there is also a shower-room on the ground floor.
There are wonderful woodland walks to discover.
The gardens are quite stunning at any time of the year.
This stretch of coastline is littered with great beaches- Polzeath is a surfer's paradise
Picture perfect Port Isaac of Doc Martin and the Fisherman's Friends fame is well worth a visit
From Michelin starred restaurants to award winning pubs - the foodie offering in this area is first class!