AWARDED 4 STARS BY ENGLISH TOURIST BOARD 2009
Manor House with extensive gardens and views to the sea.
above the valley of Polperro and surrounded by National
all with their own facilities.
"Having the run of an institution gave the week
a pleasing anarchic edge..........a game of sardines could
last an hour with children scurrying through the arched
doorways to peer under grand pianos and snooker tables in
search of relations"
The Observer Travel Review.
The house is built
of Cornish stone and is beautifully situated on the hill
to the west side of the ancient and picturesque fishing
port of Polperro with its restaurants and historical public
houses. The village is renowned for its quaint narrow lanes and
whitewashed cottages and still retains its olde world charm.
The coastal walks in both directions are breathtaking.
The Manor is set in peaceful grounds of 2 acres
and commands beautiful views to the sea and surrounding
countryside. The gardens feature an interesting and wide
variety of shrubs, plants and trees which are surrounded
by National Trust Land. Outdoor seating and a barbeque are
provided. The summer house with BBQ and outdoor seating is the ideal location to take in the views of the surrounding countryside and makes an ideal changing room for the large Hot tub.
The house is central heated throughout except the games room and bar which has electric heating.There
are 6 double bedrooms and 2 twin rooms all individually furnished,
many with antique furniture. All have an ensuite or own
shower room, Most of the bedrooms have digital televisions. many of the bedrooms are decorated with William Morris wallpapers of the period of the house and furnished with antique furniture. One of the double rooms with
ensuite is situated on the ground level for easy access
for the guest who finds stairs difficult. A highchair, toddler seat and cot are always
available and an additional travel cot is also provided all with bedding, plus 2 toddler beds with bedding which can transported to a room of your choice.
Infants in cots go free of charge.
Kitchen - The large traditional farmhouse kitchen
its freestanding oak units and slate floor, this kitchen is superbly equipped
with an aga along with a conventional oven. Other kitchen
utilities include microwave, double toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher,
fridge etc. A very wide range of cooking utensils are provided. Crockery is of a very high standard with 2 dinner services one being Wedgewood. You will find all baking trays and roasting dishes etc of a high quality and in abundant supply.
Utility Room – At the back of the Manor, there is
a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer, large freezer.
All Quality percale linen/towels are provided at no charge.
Lounge – A large comfortable lounge superbly equipped
with a TV/Video recorder /digital TV/DVD & CD/tape machine,
plus a cosy large log fire for those cooler summer evenings,
views over the garden. Snug/bar room adjacent, ideal for
socializing away from the children. Furnished with bar benches
and copper tables.
Dining room - Can easily seat all guests and has a grand
piano for those musically minded (the piano however is an
antique straight string and does not produce the sound quality
of a more modern instrument) Has a log fire.
Play/games room which contains a games table and a playstation II
with games which has proven most popular with our
younger guests. Cloakroom.
New Carpets throughout all bedrooms. All mattresses are of excellent quality.
Ground Floor - 1 Double bedroom with views overlooking
the gardens, ensuite.
Foster Room – A beautiful double room tastefully decorated
with antique furniture, ensuite.
Evans Room - A lovely large double room with a four poster bed and antique furniture. Beautiful views over the garden and to the distant sea. decorated with William Morris wallpaper. Ensuite.
Room - The ideal family room. This room is furnished with
antique furniture a Super king 6ft size bed. This room
has a cot and there is space for a small child’s pull
out bed. Digital TV. Ensuite. Lovely views over the garden and to
the distant sea.
Gilbert Room – A lovely newly furnished double room,light and airy.
Decorated to a high standard, Silk Curtains, Digital TV and furnished in quality
pine, plus lovely views over garden. Ensuite
Hocken Room - A lovely newly furnished double room with William Morris wallpaper with double bed and canopy, digital TV, plus
own separate shower room.
Room - A lovely twin room with antique furniture, silk curtains, William Morris Wallpaper. Digital TV, sink unit and a
separate shower room.
Thorne Room - A good size twin room with quality furnishings, William Morris Wallpaper, digital TV with ensuite.
1st floor family bathroom - A lovely Victorian style bathroom
with roll top bath, elegantly decorated.
This house is for the guest who appreciates original buildings and wishes to stay in a house of the period unspoiled by unsympathetic modernising, knocked down walls, painted brick work, fitted melamine kitchens and spot lights. Yet, modernised with all the comforts of modern living such as central heating, modern utilities, and light and airy living.
Tourist attractions and activities
Place to visit include Looe, Fowey, Mevagissey, Lansallos,
Talland Bay, Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Liskeard, & Truro. There are lovely beaches to explore, plus a selection of adventure parks and wildlife
attractions for children. The South West Way coast path is easily accessible from the grounds. Fishing, golf, sailing, canoeing,
and many other activities are available nearby. This is Daphne Du Maurier Country and the annual literary festival at St Austell is a must for enthusiasts. For Full listings please contact the office.
Rates and Availability - Landaviddy Manor is open all year and sleeps up to 16 plus children in cots. Costs are based upon minimum party of 10 people are between £1295 and £3040 per week depending upon season. Supplement charged per person (infants excluded) of between £60 and £140 for parties of over 10 people.Linen included. Shorter breaks available. Call Coral on 0785 4243923 for details or email us.
No pets, no smoking.
Landaviddy Manor was built in the mid to late 18th century
by Richard Foster, banker of Liskeard and magistrate and
wealthy land owner.