Nearly by the sea! Situated in the valley of Cornwalls Stunning Rame Penninsula, Manor Lodge is an 800 year old Grade 1 listed building; the oldest house in Millbrook. Dont be fooled by the outside! Established 2008 with a full refurbishment, the front part of the building is used solely for the guests, with owners accomodation next door, not only giving you some private space but also if you need us for anything, we are not far away to see to your needs. This also works perfectly for when the whole house is hired out as a holiday cottage. On the coastal path which starts again in the paddock behind us. We are an ideal spot for a nights rest before continuing on your journey.
Winners of Channel 4’s ‘4 in a bed’ programme, and 4 star rated by Cottages.com. We welcome you to relax in our home away from home. We (Dick and Megan) enjoy meeting people and are very sociable people. We have been running pubs and clubs for years. I started out my career in horticulture and floristry and still enjoy spending my free time in the garden. Dick is a well known landlord in the area having run all the pubs and the local football club in the village. He also spent many years working as a plasterer and tiler which comes in handy for the general manintainace throughout the house. We enjoy welcoming you to Manor Lodge guesthouse and really enjoy all the people who come back every year like old friends.
Free off the road parking with a view over Millbrook village and just a 5 minute walk to all the amenities. If you fancy a quick pint, the nearest pub: Bar Tusker, (our own pub and the only Freehouse in the village) is only a three minute walk and serves up to four real ales and fine wines. Let me know you are going there and I will make sure your first drink is on the house! The village itself has two pubs and the football club across the dam which is about 10 minutes walk from Manor Lodge. There is also and Indian restaurant and fish and chip shop, and the Co-op and Premier shop. Take a look at the charity shop; one of the best in the area. You might want to visit the Rame Centre, which will give you any information you need about the area.