Penmorvah Manor Hotel


Beautiful manor house in Budock Water, 2 miles outside Falmouth.

The Penmorvah Manor Hotel and The Courtyard cottages offer attractive accommodation, good food and friendly service, at Budock Water near Falmouth on the South Cornwall coast.

  • AA Awards 1 Rosette

Our rooms

  • Comfortable, characterful and affordable accommodation

    With a choice of 26 simply appointed, comfortable bedrooms and all of the facilities one would expect from this privately owned Cornish hotel. Ensuite facilities, televisions with free view channels and radio, complimentary Wi-Fi, Duck Island toiletry products, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and beverage making facilities. A lovely Cornish cooked breakfast, a fully serviced restaurant and bar, ample free onsite car parking and beautiful woodland gardens are all part of our quintessential offering. Our bedrooms are pleasantly decorated in a simple style, offering visitors to our hotel a collection of rooms to suit all tastes.

    • GuestSleeps 2


  • Bar/Licensed
  • Beach Nearby
  • Breakfast included
  • Dog Friendly
  • Event Spaces
  • WiFi
  • Garden views
  • Parking
  • Restaurant / Cafe
  • Rural & Countryside

About Penmorvah Manor

  • Built in 1872 as a family country home, now an extended Victorian Manor House and stable courtyard of self-catering cottages
  • 6 and a half acres of peaceful gardens and woodland
  • 27 bedrooms including 2 beautiful Master bedrooms with valley and sea views
  • An imposing restaurant and comfortable lounge bar
  • LCD television with Freeview channels and radio, free wireless internet access
  • Complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, beverage making facilities
  • Ample complimentary parking
  • AA Rosette award

Courtyard Cottages

  • Coach House
  • The Stables
  • Farrier Cottage
  • Hayloft
  • Horseshoe

The restaurant at Penmorvah Manor is renowned for good honest home cooked food and has received many commendations over the years. The menus have been composed to incorporate balanced garnishes and some dishes may contain nuts or derivatives of nuts. In compiling the menus, the chefs use the finest local and seasonal produce to complement flavour combinations from farther a field. Dining in restaurant 1872 feels like a grand occasion, as the light fades, the candlelight reflecting in all the glass against the darkening silhouettes of the woodland garden adds a romantic, fairytale mood to the occasion.

Originally we booked for two nights but enjoyed the hotel so much we stayed for another two. Richard the manager was absolutly superb and without exception he and his team went above and beyond what we have ever previously experienced at a UK hotel. The hotel is situated in a very quite location with easy parking and large open gardens that outlook the surrounding countryside, Maenporth Cove and the sea. We are already looking forward to a return visit before summer.


What can you do during your stay?

  • Explore the National Maritime Museum Cornwall
  • Spend a day at Flambards Theme Park
  • Visit the Gweek Seal Sanctuary
  • Explore the nearby gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan
  • Discover Pendennis Castle
  • Visit Roskilly's - the home of delicious ice cream
  • Take the train and visit Truro Cathedral + shopping
  • Explore the Helford River

Beaches nearby

  • Gyllyngvase beach
  • Castle beach
  • Swanpool beach
  • Maenporth beach
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