Penvith Farm House B&B
Penvith Farmhouse is a beautiful 17th Century, grade 2 listed property that has been lovingly restored by its current owners. Set in very pretty surroundings, and only a short walk from the coastal path, it offers two double B&B rooms accommodating a total of 4 adults plus 1 child.
Both rooms have lovely wooden floors and exposed beams.
The breakfast at Penvith Farmhouse is of the very highest quality and is made with local produce when available. There is a choice of cooked or continental options. The bread, preserves and honey are homemade whenever possible. Visitors can see the busy Penvith bees at work in the Farmhouse garden! Croissants and Pain au Chocolat can be freshly baked to order.
The Farmhouse is in an ideal location for exploring local attractions. The nearest beach at Seaton is only five minutes away by car and if you are happy to drive for a few minutes more you can get to the lovely, sandy beaches of the Whitsand Bay area. To the south, it is a short ride from Penvith into the picturesque fishing villages of Looe and Polperro - must-do visits for anyone who likes fresh fish and chips and cream teas! The world famous Eden Project is approximately half an hour drive away. If visitors fancy something a bit closer, they can walk up the lane outside the front door to the Monkey Sanctuary.
Thirty Minutes takes you to the beautiful Tudor mansion, Cotehele House, surrounded by it's spectacular gardens leading down to the old Cotehele Quay on the River Tamar. Here you can visit the renovated water mill and perhaps buy some of the stone ground flour from which we make some of our bread.
For those who relish a little exploration, on foot or by car, the impressive Bodmin Moors are within easy reach. Sometimes bleak but always beautiful these moors are the home of the fabled Beast of mysterious and fearsome reputation.
If you enjoy walking, at any level, start at our front door. Ten minutes easy walking takes you to the Cornish Cliff path. Here you are on the most wonderful of pathways, free from any traffic, with access to endless miles of coastal scenery the equal of anywhere in the world. At regular intervals you will be able to explore the ancient fishing villages and ports offering refreshments including the cream teas and pasties for which Cornwall is renowned.
Should you wish for a less energetic day or two. The Farmhouse also benefits from a secluded field with a mini woodland surrounding an open area where guests are welcome to relax, sunbathe, enjoy a bottle of wine or a bar b q while watching the sun go down over the sea and Cornish hills.
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This page was last updated: 18 August 2011