A beautifully presented 5 star family run country house, offering quality accommodation at its best. Sharon and Nigel offer luxury accommodation in relaxed yet sumptuous surroundings, with genuinely friendly and attentive hospitality.
This is the perfect place for a short break, or a lavish wedding reception. Allow us to make your experience truly special.
Our bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished with quality antiques and rich luscious fabrics. Immerse yourself in an elegant, yet informal, warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Take a stroll around the grounds or sip a drink from the honesty bar, maybe some quiet time in front of the fire, a game of pool in the basement, or a game of cards in the lounge, before tucking into a delicious locally sourced home cooked meal.
Take a break from the norm, the mundane, the uninspiring. You deserve a bedroom which sympathetically reflects the origins of a fine country residence. Immerse yourself in an elegant, yet informal, warm and welcoming environment.
Enjoy a revitalising night's sleep on a luxurious bed, draped in quality crisp white linen with sumptuous throws, and piles of plump pillows.
Refresh the body in a private en suite, and relax and unwind wrapped in a soft cotton bath sheet, while sipping a well deserved drink from the honesty bar.
Too early for a tipple? Maybe a cafetiere coffee or a range of specialty teas, in front of a touch of modern, a flat screen digital TV & DVD player. You've earned some 'you' time, sit back, relax and enjoy a film from our range of DVD's.
We feel proud and privileged to live in such a beautiful and diverse part of the world. There are many wonderful places to enjoy just a few steps off our doorstep.
We are lucky enough to be sandwiched between two areas of outstanding natural beauty. These are Pentire Point to Widemouth, which is less than two miles to the West of us, and Bodmin Moor, which is less than 5 miles to the South East.
We are the perfect base for a wonderful break away with a whole host of attractions near by.
This enchanting and elegant residence, was originally constructed in 1870 by the church and was used as the rectory for the Parish of Davidstow. It is believed that it was intended for the Rev. Edward Benson, but in the mean time the Reverend became the first Bishop of Truro and subsequently the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The house therefore, has an exciting and interesting history, with many respected individuals having stayed here over the years.
A very hospitable welcome to an elegant country residence.
Great location for both beach and moor.
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. Downstairs Twin room with accessible wet-room en-suite with shower stool if required. Easy access to rear parking area by rear entrance.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Well behaved pets are allowed in our downsatirs room, at £5 per pet per night. Easy access to garden and grounds.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. All meals are created specifically for guests, therefore we are able to produce vegetarian, vegan or allergy sensitive meals when required.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed. outside smoking shelter is available
We are just over 3 miles North of Camelford on the A395.
Our nearest train station is Bodmin Parkway, and there is a bus stop 150yrds away, with connection to Exeter and Newquay.
Arriving from the east (from the M5)
Leave the M5 at junction 31 heading Westbound along the A30 dual carriageway towards Okehampton, Launceston and Bodmin. Continue for 45.5 miles taking the exit signposted the A395, Camelford and North Cornwall. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout over the dual carriageway and then the 1st exit on the roundabout on to the A395. Continue for 10.1 miles to your destination. You will pass through the villages of Pipers Pool and Hallworthy. Upon entering Davidstow continue past the church. The sign and driveway for Pendragon Country House will be on the right hand side.
Arriving from the North (from Bideford on the A39)
Head south down the A39, 'Atlantic highway', towards Bude. Upon arriving in Stratton, go past the turning for Bude, continuing on the A39. After 14 miles and ignoring a left turn signposted (A395), take a left turn on to the A395 proper, signposted Davidstow and Launceston. A third of a mile later you will see the sign and driveway for Pendragon Country House on the left hand side.
Arriving from the South (from Newquay Airport and the A39)
Head north up the A39, 'Atlantic highway', towards Wadebridge. Stay on the A39 around Wadebridge and continue on for 10 miles to Camelford. Keep on the A39 for 3 more miles past Camelford, and then take a right turn on to the A395, signposted Davidstow and Launceston. After a third of a mile you will see the sign and driveway for Pendragon Country House on the left hand side.
Arriving from the South (from Plymouth Airport and the A388)
Proceed on the A386 towards Plymouth to join the A38 signposted Liskeard and Saltash. On the A38, go over the toll bridge and around Saltash to the A388 heading north towards Callington and Launceston and the A30. Join the A30 dual carriageway heading towards Bodmin. Just less than 4 miles later take the exit signposted the A395, Camelford and North Cornwall. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout over the dual carriageway and then the 1st exit on the roundabout on to the A395. Continue for 10.1 miles to your destination. You will pass through the villages of Pipers Pool and Hallworthy. Upon entering Davidstow continue past the church. The sign and driveway for Pendragon Country House will be on the right hand side.