Manor Lodge is part of the oldest house in the oldest part of Millbrook. A grade one listed building dateing back to the 12th Century and part of the Mount Edgcumbe Estate, Charles 1 stayed here when he was hiding from the Roundheads.
The house backs onto farmland, which has public walkway and leads up to Whitsand beach or over to the historic fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand.
Fully refurbished in 2008 to a very high standard and traditionally decorated, with ongoing maintainance to keep up our high standards.
Each room has its own unique en-suite with shaver points. Also freeview television and access to wireless broadband Internet, with tea and coffee facilities.
The laundry has washing machine and drier, as well as WC.
The kitchen is fully equipped, with guests only needing to ask if they need anything extra.
TV and DVD and small sound system.
Megan and Richard also run one of the three local village pubs. We enjoy meeting people and like to see them enjoying themselves. Safe for children, plenty off road parking.
Off road parking.
Quiet and discreet.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
Disabled Facilities: No. There is a door into the courtyard for wheelchair access. A wide staircase of 11 stairs up to the bedrooms.
Pets Allowed: Yes. There is one room available for pets. Guests are requested to bring pets bedding. More information on enquiries.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. Although it is a non smoking house there is a large courtyard for entertaining and smoking.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. A courtyard for barbeques, shed with fridge and use of owners pond area with trampoline
Local Services: Bus route, passenger ferry over to Plymouth City 3 miles away,all amenities in Millbrook village five minutes walk
Follow A38 into Plymouth, cross over Saltash Bridge, head for Truerulefoot roundabout, turn left, follow signs to Mount Edgcumbe. As you come into Millbrook, go past car park on left, the road will narrow and we are on the right on the bank.
If taking the Torpoint ferry, take road to Antony Village and turn left, follow signs to Millbrook. From Cornwall, A38 to Truerulefoot roundabout.