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 dining-area has a toasty wood-burner making this a perfect retreat all year round.
The bedroom has a contemporary four-poster bed.
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.
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.
The raised terrace area is a great vantage point looking out across the water to the maritime city of Plymouth in the distance
Orangery Lodge is located on the edge of the park, on the left in this picture
An aerial view of Mount Edgcumbe.
Mount Edgcumbe House.
The tree lined avenue in the estate
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 £463

Bedroom details

Bedroom 1

Four poster bed

Orangery Lodge is a romantic retreat made for two!

Located on the edge of Mount Edgcumbe, there are over 865 glorious acres of parkland, woods, coastline and Listed gardens for you to explore right on your doorstep, along with the historic house, cafes and artisan shops. It really is a very special place.

Dating back to the 16th Century, once the celebratory archway to the formal gardens of the Earl, this Grade II Listed gateway has been brought bang into the 21st Century with charming interiors, befitting of any Earl, embracing the botanical theme that accentuates the overall character of the building.

From leisurely holiday breakfasts in the stylish four-poster bed, to morning coffee on the elevated garden platform looking out across the waters of Plymouth Sound, or cosy evenings snuggled up on the sofa, Orangery Lodge promises a truly relaxing escape for wonderful times together.

Located at the bottom entrance of the Park where visitors access the gardens and Orangery Garden Cafe, with views from the sitting-room and garden across the waters of Plymouth Sound, shut the world behind you as you step into this stunning little oasis.

Orangery Lodge is a wonderful historic building , with all of its charm and elegance sprinkled with the necessary mod-cons. Light up the wood-burner and enjoy a wonderful dinner in the beautiful dining-room cooked together in the modern kitchen. After dinner the sitting-room beckons you to unwind perhaps indulging in a good holiday read, catching up on some TV or enjoying the view of the sea. The shower-room on the ground floor is a real step into the 21st Century, super sleek with a stylish shower that will set you up for the day ahead. Ascend the stairs to the sumptuous bedroom and dressing-room, with its contemporary four-poster that is sure to make you linger in bed that little bit longer each morning. Outside, you have your own private courtyard garden, with its unique elevated platform. Sit back and watch the world go by with your bird's eye view across the waters of Plymouth Sound to Drake's Island and the beautiful Royal William Yard.

Set in a truly unspoilt corner of Cornwall if you want to discover more of the area you are in for a treat. The coastal walks along the Rame Peninsula are simply stunning and there are more historic houses and gardens to delight at Anthony and Port Eliot - not to mention a world renowned festival. Wander the narrow streets of the seafront villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, with their pretty colour washed cottages and a great choice of places to eat and drink. For city culture take the ferry across to Plymouth, steeped in maritime history, with a great retail offering, a fabulous theatre and arts scene and the popular destination hotspot the Royal William Yard.

If there are more of you wanting to enjoy everything this great park has to offer then Cremyll Lodge (3214), Horseshoe Cottage (3213) and Yew Tree Cottage (4008) are also available.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, fridge, dishwasher and wood-burner

Sitting-room with TV

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom with four-poster double bed (4'6")


Occasionally The Orangery restaurant is used for weddings, and you may hear the drift of music and laughter (please check with the Sales team if you wish to come when no weddings are planned). *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


  • Dogs welcome (1 dog only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .25 miles
  • Patio furniture
  • 5 electric thermostatic radiators