Penwarne Lodge

Mawnan Smith

Sleeps up to 4. Dogs welcome.

Penwarne Lodge holiday let

In the distant past of Mawnan, the parish was effectively divided between two ancient manors. The first was that of Trerose (close to where the parish church now stands), and the second was Penwarne. Indeed, the 1824 book The History of Cornwall by Fortescue Hitchens and Samuel Drew explains that “under the name and jurisdiction of Penwarne, this parish was taxed in the Doomsday book”.

Although the remnants of the medieval building are to be found in the adjacent farm, this delightful holiday cottage is to situated within the grounds of the present Georgian manor house. In fact, these are some of the prettiest gardens in the area, and extend over 12 acres.

Penwarne Lodge itself features two bedrooms and is thus ideal for small families seeking a rural retreat. Moreover, the fact that it possesses a wood burning stove means that it’s an ideal destination at any time of the year.

Close to some of the most beautiful walks in Cornwall, the property also welcomes well behaved dogs.


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