Cabilla Manor

Cabilla Manor is a spacious Georgian farmhouse on the edge of Bodmin Moor – right in the heart of Poldark country.  A working farm surrounded by acres of woods and moorland. Horses from the Camargue in Southern France, and sheep and cattle are farmed. Built on the site of a Domesday manor the present house is a listed building built in 1780 and 1820. Walks through the woods, across Bodmin Moor and along many footpaths are all close by.


The home of the explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison and his wife Louella, Cabilla Manor is full of interesting artefacts brought back from their travels. Newlyn school pictures, stencilled quilts and decoupage are in every room and a warm welcome is assured.
Half an hour’s drive from both north and south coasts, the spectacular Cornish beaches and fishing villages, plus the many famous gardens of Cornwall, including the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the astonishing Eden Project are easily reached.

Good local pubs, restaurants and pretty villages are all around and the house is comfortable with wonderful views. Louella is happy to provide dinner occasionally by prior arrangement. £50 per person.

Terms
Bed and Breakfast £55.00 to £65.00 per person per night.

 Rooms
2 double with own bathrooms.
1 other double room and a twin bedded room share one bathroom.

Open
All year except Christmas and New Year.

Dinner
By arrangement. £50.00 per person.

Notes
Well behaved children welcome.
Dogs welcome, but not in the house.
Own transport and prior booking essential.
No smoking in the house.
Tennis court.
Credit Cards not accepted.

Website by: Ed Steeds

IMG_003Photos by Emily Whitfield-Wicks

Robin and Louella Hanbury-Tenison