Mennabroom Farm‚

Bodmin Moor

Warleggan
Bodmin Moor, PL30 4HE

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T: 01208 821272

E: enquiries@mennabroom.com

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Contact: Mrs Berrett

OPENING DATES

All year

TARIFF

£85 per room per night

Special 3 nights, dinner, bed and breakfast £180.00 per person.

Evening meals, 3 Course £24 adult, £12 child, 2 course £18.50 adult, £9.25 child.  Packed lunch £6.50

All the above prices include a full English breakfast.

 

FEATURES

  • ROOMS2
  • SEA VIEWSNO
  • PETSNO
  • PARKINGYES
  • WIFIYES
  • Close to many local attractions
  • High standard, luxury accommodation
  • Beautiful rural setting
  • Historic & picturesque building
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Mennabroom
Mennabroom woods
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LOCATION

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 to the north and Fowey to the south are only short distance away, so there is plenty to offer couples and families.

Mennabroom is approximately 3 miles off the A30 on the south side of Bodmin Moor roughly mid way between Bolventor (Jamaica Inn) and St. Neot and a short distance from Colliford Lake. This gives Mennabroom a unique advantage in being easily accessible from the A30 and A38 for both the north and south coasts.

ACCOMMODATION

Mennabroom farmhouse offers two luxury super king size/twin ensuite rooms, which can accommodate an extra bed if necessary. The house is fully centrally heated and guests have exclusive use of the sitting room with wood burner and dining room. Dinner can be served by prior arrangement. All dietary needs are catered for and we shall do our utmost to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible. All guests receive a complimentary cream tea on arrival and a full Cornish breakfast in the morning.

Blue Room - Approached from the landing, a door opens into this suite, comprising of the bedroom and ensuite shower room. The bed room has a super king size /twin bed with beams and exposed elm floor. Windows with views of the garden and wooded countryside beyond and furnished and decorated to a high standard with comfy chairs for relaxation. The shower room is a large room well equipped for your stay with white fluffy towels, robes and St Kitts Herbery complimentary toiletries.

The bedroom is equipped with:

Flat screen free view TV with integrated DVD/CD player

Clock radio

Magazines and guide books

Hairdryer

Complimentary teas/coffees with fresh milk and hand baked biscuits

Pink Room - Approached from the landing, the bedroom has a super king size/twin bed with exposed beams and view over the garden.

This room is decorated and furnished to a high standard providing every comfort for your stay. The ensuite shower room is well equipped for your stay with white fluffy towels, robes and Crabtree and Evelyn complimentary toiletries.

The bedroom is equipped with:

  • Flat screen free view TV with integrated DVD/CD player

  • Clock radio

  • Magazines and guide books

  • Hairdryer

  • Complimentary teas/coffees with fresh milk and hand baked biscuits

  • Mini Fridge

Evening Meals and Packed Lunches

This can be arranged with prior notice. Sample menu on request.
Three course evening meal Adult £20.00 Three course evening meal Child £10.00 (under 12 years) Packed Lunch £6.00

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Mennabroom is centrally located for exploring Cornwall and Devon. There are lots of interesting places to go and see. Situated close to the A30 (3 miles) and the A38 (4 miles) there is nowhere in Cornwall that you can't visit in a day, along with the best part of Devon as well.

Local places to go St Neot village - This is our local village 2.5 miles away. Here you will find a well stocked village shop, a pottery, the Holy Well and The London Inn. The London Inn can be found next door to the church of St. Neot. It serves meals at lunch time and in the evenings, 7 days a week. The village was awarded Best Village in 2006.

The church of St. Neot is famed throughout the county for its stained glass. At least half of the glass in the fifteen windows, one of which was donated by an earlier owner of Mennabroom are from the 16th century and depicts the crucified Christ, various saints, and the story of St. Neot, (said to be only four feet tall).

Among the fine crosses in the churchyard is the shaft of one from the 9th century that is said to be the finest ornamented cross in Cornwall. Sunday service is at 11.00am. »www.stneot.org.uk

Carnglaze Slate Caverns - These are manmade slate caverns deep under the hills of St. Neot, set in 6.5 acres in the Loveny valley. Open daily and used as a music venue in the evenings in its famous Rum Store which was used by the Royal Navy during the Second World War to store their rum.

Jamaica Inn - The inn is close by just off the A30 in the Launceston direction. This inn inspired Daphne du Maurier to write her famous novel of the same name. There is a museum mainly about smuggling and Daphne du Maurier. It is open all year round.

Bodmin Moor - The Moor is an unspoilt windswept ancient landscape punctuated with craggy tors, fast flowing streams, small hamlets and woodlands. It is an exciting place to explore and discover its fascinating history from Neolithic and Bronze Age times to the present day.

Fishing permits are available from Jamaica Inn for fishing brown trout at Colliford Lake (911 acres) and rainbow trout at Sibblyback Lake (140 acres). There is also a trout fishery at Temple.

Horse riding is permitted on the Moor and is available locally.

Walking on the Moor is a very popular pursuit. There are a wide variety of circular walks based on the Moor, as well as the famous circumnavigation of the Moor, the Copper Trail. A copy of which is in your cottage/room. We can store bikes and walking boots etc. if required.

Minions, Cheesering and the Hurlers are some 7 miles away and this is where you will find Cornwall's highest pub and shop.

Dozmary Pool is the home of the Lady of the Lake from King Arthur's time. This is close by, by Colliford Lake.

Walks further afield

Golitha Falls - Golitha Falls about 15 minutes away, is a beautiful river side walk along the upper part of the River Fowey where granite stones from the famous Golitha Falls which run through ancient woodland.

Looe via Talland to Polperro

Looe via Talland to Polperro along the SW coast path. Park at Hannafore Beach in Looe about 20 minutes away, and take the South Coast Foot Path, heading towards Polperro. Enjoy secluded coves, beaches and cliff top views.

There are also many stretches of the SW Coast Path both to the north and south of Mennabroom well worth visiting but too many too list.

Brown Willy - Cornwall's highest peak, Brown Willy via Rough Tor is about 20 minutes away. From Altarnum, head towards Camelford then look for the signs to Rough Tor. Park in the car park and head up Rough Tor and then onto Brown Willy. On a clear day you can see both coasts of Cornwall!

DIRECTIONS

BY CAR From M5, Exeter

Take the A30 heading south west signed Bodmin. After the Launceston turning still heading to Bodmin, pass the Jamaica Inn turning. Shortly after this, take a left turn signed Colliford Lake Park. Drive for 3 miles crossing over 4 cattle grids, (do not turn off to Warleggan), and just before the fifth cattle grid, fork right signed Mennabroom Cottages and Tamar. You will see the lane is marked unsuitable for HGV's. After approximately 25 yards, turn right at the Mennabroom sign, drive over the cattle grid and follow the drive to the farmhouse.

From A38 Plymouth

Take the A38 to Liskeard. From Liskeard continue in the Bodmin direction along the A38. Follow signs to St. Neot/Carnglaze Caverns. Drive through St. Neot and up Tripp Hill. Turn right at the first signpost to Colliford Lake. At next junction bear right and continue for approximately 2 miles. After the cattle grid signed Letter Moor, turn sharp left, signed Mennabroom Cottages and Tamar. You will see the lane is marked unsuitable for HGV's. After approximately 25 yards, turn right at the Mennabroom sign, drive over the cattle grid and follow the drive to the farmhouse.

BY TRAIN Bodmin Parkway Station is ten minutes away by car and four hours from London Paddington. Cars can be hired from Enterprise Cars, Bodmin who will meet you at the station.

BY AIR Newquay Airport is 45minutes by car Plymouth Airport is 45 minutes by car Exeter Airport is 60 minutes by car Bristol airport is 2 hours by car Ryan Air, Air Southwest, Flybe, Easyjet, Air Wales, British Airways and Skybus use the above airports.

 

 

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