We are within easy reach of both north and south Cornish coasts and the many attractions of Cornwall.
We have our own friendly house dog and welcome well-behaved house- trained guests’ dogs – (please read our guest dog policy).
As most of our guests come for some peace and quiet, and because we can only accept a maximum of 2 guests per room, we only take guests over the age of 16 unless both rooms are booked under the same reservation.
Inviting Warmth & Understated Elegance
We are a small, friendly family-run bed and breakfast. We aim to give our guests a warm welcome and pleasant stay in a relaxed, peaceful setting.
The farmhouse has undergone an extensive renovation programme that ensures that our guests have a luxurious, spacious and comfortable visit. Many original features have been protected and are complemented by high quality modern touches.
Pengelly Farmhouse B&B is in a tranquil location on a large arable and beef rearing farm with extensive countryside views over the parish of St Erme. We have two rooms with en-suite facilities. Both rooms have comfortable handcrafted beds and luxurious bed linen and towels. Tea and coffee-making facilities, silent fridge, fresh local milk and home-made biscuits replenished daily. Each room has a flat screen LED smart TV, radio alarm clock, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Guests also have access to a beautiful dining room and drawing room with a traditional log burner. Free wifi is available throughout the property.
There is plenty of free parking and guests have access to a delightful cottage garden and paddock.
The rooms are tidied daily to make sure that they are always welcoming. Our traditional Cornish breakfasts are included in your room tariff and can be taken in the dining room overlooking the garden.
We endeavour to keep our rooms spotlessly clean at all times. In the light of the ongoing Covid-19 situation we are even more attentive to our cleaning both during your stay and between guests. We are fully aware of the developing situation and are compliant with all Public Health England guidance and Industry best practice.