Lower Penhallow Farm lies on the Roseland Peninsula, just a mile from Pendower Beach on the south west coast of Cornwall. It is a working farm of 72 acres in rolling countryside, with green fields and lush hedgerows round about it. The farm produces barley and breed Ruby Devon cattle, most of which can be seen from our farm trail.
The self catering accommodation consists of two cottages and garden, which offer the visitor a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. Each self catering cottage is well equipped and offers free wireless broadband internet access and a woodburning stove which also appeal to couples and families looking for a main holiday or a cosy winter break or Christmas or New Year escape on the Roseland Peninsula.
The farm and self-catering cottage accommodation are centrally located making it a convenient base for exploring the Roseland Peninsula and other parts of Cornwall and it's attractions including its many beautiful castles, gardens and the world famous Eden Project. Visitors have been coming here for fifteen years for self catering holidays, and many return to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Cornish Countryside, located roughly half way between Land's End and the Devon border. Some of our overseas visitors come to experience an Cornish farm holiday.
The idylic Roseland Peninsula is an excellent location for a peaceful holiday in Cornwall. There are miles of superb sandy beaches with Pendower and Carne being our nearest within walking distance (1mile). Porthcurnick, the home of the Hidden Hut as recommended by Caroline Quentin on ITV and Summer's beach at the picturesque harbour village of St Mawes are just a short drive away. There is a variety of beautiful gardens and historic buildings just a stones throw away, including the famous waterside St Just in Roseland Church with it's sub-tropical gardens, Caerhays Estate, Tregothnan Estate and Trelissick Gardens just over the King Harry Ferry, or the smaller Poppy Cottage Garden at Ruan High Lanes or Lamorran House Gardens at St Mawes. St Mawes Castle built by Henry VIII and the Veryan Roundhouses are a must see.
The Carrick Roads and river Fal which host some of the finest sailing waters in Britain are easily accessed from the farm providing visitors with watersports activities and fishing. The area has superb coastal and inland footpaths for walkers which provide an ideal opportunity for birdwatching and to observe our abundant and varied wildlife, tucked away from visitor hotspots elsewhere.
The farm keeps a small herd of Ruby Devon cattle, other breeds of cattle, chickens and ducks. Home produce is sometimes available for sale to guests. Fresh fish is delivered to the farm every Tuesday and can be bought locally throughout the week. Up to two well behaved dogs may be brought by prior arrangement.