- Gathering with friends and family in this stunning manor house.
- Being surrounded by elegant period features and beautiful antiques.
- A game of tennis followed by Pimms on the lawn!
- Walking the incredible 15 acres of grounds – don’t miss the blue bell woods in spring.
With plenty of room for 20 this is a chance to catch up with friends and family in truly fabulous surroundings. Although grand in appearance the house has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere too.Step through the vast front door into the splendid hallway with galleried landing above. The drawing and dining rooms are at the front of the house with lovely south facing views across the gardens and valley. There is a vast kitchen with further dining table – practical for children’s meals and equipped for catering en-mass! There is also a TV snug and a little reading room on this floor. The first floor balustraded landing is spectacular with seven bedrooms in the main house and a further four in the rear wing. There are two bathrooms and three shower rooms on this level. Heading down into the basement you will find a tennis table and snooker table to keep everyone entertained whatever the weather.
The 15 acres of grounds are simply superb comprising formal gardens, meadow and woodland. Enjoy croquet on the lawn adjacent to the house or simply relax and enjoy some sunshine - the valley is sheltered by mature woodland creating a real microclimate. Walk through incredible specimen trees, Magnolias, and beautiful shrubs then hide out in little summer house – the perfect place to escape to with a G & T.There is a stream and large pond although this is fenced from the main garden. The tennis court has a sand pit adjacent to it – perfect for keeping little ones entertained during a game. There is enough space for a very exciting game of hide and seek! Stretching down to the lane, the (rather bumpy) driveway winds through a stunning blue bell wood – visit in May to make the most of it.
Treharrock Manor occupies a rural spot just outside the village of St Kew. There are no near neighbours apart from the farm and the adjacent Coach House that is sometimes used by the owners. Nearby St Kew Churchtown is a small pretty village with a great foodie pub whilst you can pick up basic supplies at St Kew Highway where there is a convenience store and another pub.Port Isaac is just 2 miles away – a quintessentially Cornish harbour it was made famous in the TV drama Doc Martin. Visit for coffees, ice cream or fine dining at Restaurant Nathan Outlaw. Beach lovers will need to make a bee-line for Polzeath, Daymer Bay or Rock, all of which are sandy and good for swimming or surfing. If a day in Padstow appeals then hop on the ferry from Rock and arrive by boat. This is a great base to explore much of Cornwall – Bodmin Moor, Tintagel, Boscastle and Lanhydrock are all within easy driving distance.