Mennabroom self catering holiday cottages + bed and breakfast accommodation
Welcome to Mennabroom our little piece of heaven
Mennabroom is a small country estate with an historic farmhouse and three holiday cottages,and described by E.C. Axford in "The Cornish Moor" as an ancient building of great simplicity and beauty. The farm is situated on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor in South East Cornwall, offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the house and bed and breakfast/ self catering in its three cottages. All are grade II listed, child and dog friendly and have been sympathetically restored, tastefully combining 21st century with 13th to 17th century.
Situated close to both the A30 and A38 makes Mennabroom ideal for both touring Cornwall and Devon. In this area there is plenty to see and do, the Eden Project and Lanhydrock House being close by. Both Padstow and beaches to the north and Fowey and beaches to the south are only short distance away, so there is plenty to offer couples and families. There is excellent walking from Mennabroom, cycling in nearby Cardinham Woods and on the Camel Trail from Bodmin.
Self-catering holiday cottages amidst the beauty of Bodmin Moor
The three holiday cottages have been converted from a substantial range of traditional stone outbuildings. The cottages can accommodate 2 to 8 people and are available for short and weekly breaks throughout the year. Discounts are offered depending on occupancy. Each cottage has its own sitting area with woodburner to enjoy the peace and tranquillity here at Mennabroom and are child and dog friendly. Visitors are free to wander our 15 acres which includes beautiful river and ancient woodland walks. Close to the cottages is a large lawned area and barbeque area so parents can relax and children can play safely.
We are able to offer bed and breakfast options in all of our courtyard cottages. This option offers complete privacy, more living space and with breakfast either delivered to your cottage or taken in the farmhouse subject to availability and for a 2 night minimum stay. These options cannot be booked on line. Please contact us direct.
Bed and Breakfast in the Farmhouse/Courtyard Cottages
The farmhouse is an early medieval cross passage grade II listed farmhouse. It dates back to the 13th century and is believed to be the oldest inhabited dwelling on the moor. It lies in total seclusion roughly mid way between Bolventor (Jamaica Inn) and the village of St. Neot, close to Colliford Lake.
The bed and breakfast accommodation offers two luxury super king sized/twin bedded rooms with ensuite facilities. Both rooms are well appointed with views over the gardens, courtyard and moor beyond. Visitors are most welcome to wander our land which include river and ancient woodland walks.
Bed and Breakfast is also offered in our courtyard cottages
subject to availability and can only be booked direct.
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Peaceful and idyllic surroundings
The peaceful and tranquil surroundings, along with the unique beauty of the moor will ensure you have a happy and relaxing stay with us. Come and visit us in Cornwall, the county that inspired Winston Graham to write Poldark, Daphne du Maurier, Jamaica Inn and Rosamunde Pilcher, The Shellseekers to name but a few. Poldark, the latest adaptation was filmed close by near St. Breward. The cast and crew spent a large part of their time riding and filming here. Scenes featuring Ross Poldark's house, Nampara, and the miners cottages were filmed close to the village. Try our wonderful local chefs restaurants, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth at Padstow, Nathan Outlaw at Port Issac and Jamie Oliver at Watergate Bay, just some of the many choices locally.