We stumbled across the farm by accident as we searched for a B&B for a one night stay. It is down a long narrow Cornish lane but worth the drive. Angela is the owner and the home is on a large dairy farm (about 700 milking cows) so there is a certain rural aroma outside the house!.
Everything inside is immaculate and pleasantly furnished, and our room had a 4 Poster bed as a bonus. It looks like they have maybe 4 or 5 rooms that they let. It is about a mile to anywhere else so all you will hear at night is the occasional cow. Beautiful views from our room out over the fields added to the experience. We had a wonderful cooked breakfast with four other guests and a pleasant chat as well. It was Brexit vote day so there were some interesting viewpoints. An added bonus was that Angela accepts credit cards which is unusual for B&Bs in our experience and helps avoid ATM fees. We notice that all the reviews are excellent and we are happy to maintain that record. Superb.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pennatillie farm is a family run dairy, in the farmhouse there is a bed and breakfast. There are three en-suite spacious bedrooms, with sumptuous furnishings, such as gorgeous velvet curtains and pelmets, crystal chandeliers and top quality bed linen.All bedrooms have TV and DVD players, beverage making facilities along with many luxury items, such as bathrobes, chocolates and fresh flowers.There is a shared lounge with a 50” Panasonic plasma TV with full Sky HD.A full breakfast is on offer, everything from full english, continental, smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. We are more than happy to help with special dietary requirements.Pets can be brought by prior arrangement at the time of booking. ... more less