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Mennabroom Holiday Cottages

Mennabroom Holiday Cottages

Mennabroom Holiday Cottages is a historic country estate consisting of a 13th-century Grade II listed farmhouse and three charming holiday cottages which have been converted from traditional stone outbuildings. Lying on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor in 15 acres of grounds, this is the perfect rural retreat for those seeking a relaxing getaway in this stunning area of south-east Cornwall.

The child and dog friendly accommodation is a perfect blend of rustic hospitality and modern convenience where you’re sure to feel welcome. The 15-acre grounds are free for guests to explore, and the estate is close to a number of excellent walking trails. Despite the secluded setting, Mennabroom is also an ideal home base for exploring Cornwall and Devon, with easy access to the A30 and A38.

Beautiful Surroundings

The Mennabroom Holiday Cottages are located on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor, and make an ideal base from which to explore the glorious landscape, with countless fantastic walking and cycling routes close by.

Peaceful Grounds

The 15-acre grounds contain some beautiful natural sights to enjoy, including ancient woodland and a gorgeous river. Close to the cottages there's also a large, well-kept lawn with a barbecue area for guests to use.

Historic Buildings

The farmhouse and cottages are Grade II listed buildings that date from the 13th to the 17th century and offer plenty of traditional charm, but have been sympathetically restored for 21st-century comfort and convenience.

Convenient Location

The Mennabroom Holiday Cottages are situated close to the A30 and A38, giving easy access to both North and South Cornwall as well as Devon, making the accommodation a perfect central point for exploring the area.

Local Village

The nearby village of St Neot offers a local pub, a village shop, and a farmer’s market twice monthly. It’s also famous for producing stained glass in medieval times, with some amazing examples in the local church.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Eden Project

Immerse yourself in tropical surroundings and see plants of all kinds from around the world in the vast greenhouses of the Eden Project. This massive garden hosts plants from the rainforests and the Mediterranean, as well as those that grow closer to home – an unforgettable experience.

Lanhydrock House

Pay a visit to this incredible late Victorian country house in its 1,000-acre grounds, managed by the National Trust. Get a real taste of history in this magnificent mansion as you view everything from the beautifully furnished bedrooms to the extensive servants’ quarters.

Bodmin Moor

Surround yourself with the unspoilt scenery of the moor as you take a bracing walk through the wild Cornish landscape. Its striking and sometimes desolate appearance makes it a truly unique place to explore. There are a number of walking trails available for all ages and abilities.

Jamaica Inn

Well-known as a haven for smugglers in the past, this inn was made famous by the Daphne du Maurier novel of the same name. The current inn retains a distinctly 18th-century atmosphere and is well worth a visit – be sure to take a look in their Museum of Smuggling too.

For Food and Drink

At the local village of St Neot, you’ll find the London Inn, a traditional British pub based in a former 16-century coaching inn. If you’re self-catering and would like to stock up, there’s also a local farmer’s market in the village on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

For Attractions

The cottages are very close to Carnglaze Caverns, a former slate mine that’s now open for visitors to explore and which also hosts live music events throughout the year. Good road links mean that a range of other attractions are within easy reach, including St Michael’s Mount and the Bodmin and Wenford Railway.

For Activities

There are some excellent cycle trails in the area, with Cardinham Woods nearby and the Camel Trail not too much further. For walkers, there’s a huge range of popular routes - for those who like long distances, the 60-mile Copper Trail is a great way to see the sights Bodmin Moor has to offer.