Award winning luxury, with a personal touch
Pendragon B&B is an elegant Victorian former rectory in the delightful hamlet of Davidstow nestled between two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Bodmin Moor and the coastal area from Pentire Point to Widemouth. Pendragon has won numerous awards and recognitions, most notably a gold in Green Tourism demonstrating that this truly is a special space to stay.
The inside has been totally renovated and decorated in with a mix of Victorian and Edwardian styles. A real ‘home from home’ bed and breakfast experience is offered with two cosy sitting rooms, a roaring open fire, and leather sofas. A well-stocked honesty bar, books, games, toys and an abundance of literature for local attractions are available.
Bedrooms, all en-suite and with under floor heating, enjoy country views, and vary in size but have the same top-notch standard of accessories, linens, mattresses and fine antique furniture. Attention to detail is impeccable, as befitting Wolsey Lodge hosts with many years of extensive professional travel experience.
Breakfasts are tasty, inventive with home cooked evening meals are served in the Orangery. Local produce is championed and includes Cornish-grown tea from the Tregothnan estate.
Pendragon Country House B&B suggests
Make this the year you tackle the South West Coast Path, certainly the longest National Trail in the UK and almost certainly the most rewarding. The path passes close by, but to save your feet we’ll happily collect you from the path for a few days pampering and rest. Alternatively we offer a ‘drop off and pick up’ service for walkers wanting to walk sections of the Coast Path or explore the moors on day hikes. We can provide step-by step walking sheets or arrange guided walks with local enthusiasts.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Disabled Access
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Electric Vehicle Charger
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Bird Watching
- Museums & Galleries
- Places of Historical Interest
- Water Activities
Room rate, based on 2 people sharing, including breakfast
2 Super King (6')/Twin B&B Rooms (en suite) - £105 - £120
3 King Size (5') B&B Rooms (en suite) - £130 - £150
1 Double (4'6") B&B Room (en suite) - £95 - £110
1 Single (3') B&B Room (en suite) - £65 - £75
Free Room Upgrade (subject to availability) for Wolsey Lodge clients.
Must be mentioned at booking for direct bookings only, no 3rd party booking sites.
Supper (2 courses) from £23
Dinner (3 courses) from £28
Sandwiched between two areas of outstanding natural beauty and providing easy access for the coast and the moors, there is much to do and see in the area. All interests are represented; outdoor enthusiasts can walk, cycle, ride (there is a stable next door) and horticulturists are truly spoilt with all the gardens nearby. Stately homes, castles, cathedrals, museums, vineyards, fishing ports, steam railways are just a few of the many attractions available in this gorgeous part of Cornwall.
"A lovely warm welcome and stay in your well appointed and beautiful house complemented by quite wonderful food. Probably the best English (Cornish) breakfast in the world. We look forward to staying with you again."
Janet & Roger Lister - Cheshire
Good Hotel Guide 2020, Good Hotel Guide 2019 Editor's Choice ECO Friendly, Green Tourism Gold, Visit England Breakfast Award, Visit England Gold Award, Visit England 5 Star Guest Accommodation and many more
Nigel & Sharon Reed
- Bio : Sharon and Nigel are justifiably very proud of the fabulous luxury B&B they created since buying this family home in 2008. Their caring, family business provides guests with a wonderful holiday experience. Nigel an experienced chef and Sharon share the cooking; he tends to cook savoury dishes while Sharon takes charge of the baking and delicious preserves.