England » Cornwall » Porthallow Manor Fletching

2 nights min. stay

from £392

Select dates to calculate tariff

+44 (0)1227 656 991

Book online now Enquire by email

At a glance

Sleeps 4
Property type Farmhouse/Barn
Tariff band £686.00 - £2644.00 p/wk
Changeover day Saturday
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Min # of nights 2
Pets allowed 2
Pet friendly
Arrival time 17:00
Departure time 10:00

Contact us

For all enquiries, please call or WhatsApp us on:

+44 (0)1227 656 991

09:00 - 19:00 / 7 days a week
or leave a message

Our Covid-19 Promise for all new bookings. 

Manor Fletching at Roskorwell is a heavenly Cornish barn conversion set back from the cliffs above Porthallow on the dramatic Lizard Peninsula with stunning coastal and countryside views. A luxurious property with a private hot tub and 2 super kingsized beds (one can be 2 singles) make this the perfect couples retreat in a tranquil yet spectacular part of Cornwall.

With an enviable position above Porthallow and the south west coastal path on your doorstep, Manor Fletching will set you into complete holiday mode. With a short walk down the hill to the local beach and pub, this amazing conversion of a former barn for Roskorwell Manor, offers guests a comfortable and very stylish retreat. The Owner’s attention to detail is evident throughout the property where the use of traditional materials blends seamlessly with modern style creating a wonderfully stylish yet very comfortable holiday home.

Manor Fletching is a beautifully presented stone barn retains many of its original features which, due to the thoughtful design by the Owner and master craftsmen, blend seamlessly with the recent contemporary additions. The open plan living-room with beamed ceilings has a cosy wood burning stove and french windows opening onto the private garden and hot tub. There are two double bedrooms and a fabulous bathroom, which is a luxurious blend of natural materials and glass. On warm days you can bring the outside in and when the temperature drops, stay cosy around the fire. The quality finish continues in the open plan solid oak fitted kitchen which has granite work surfaces and Neff appliances throughout.

Accommodation
Ground Floor: Main entrance leads into the spacious open plan living space. The sitting-area has a comfy corner sofa and armchair around the cosy wood-burning stove There is the gorgeous solid oak fitted kitchen at one end with granite work surfaces and Neff appliances. An oak dining table seats 6 and there are the french windows opening onto the private garden and hot tub area. There are two very sizeable bedrooms which lead off the living space. The master bedroom has the option of a super kingsized bed of 6' or 2 3' singles and has huge character with the exposed stonework wall. The second bedroom also has a 6' super kingsized bed. The bathroom is luxuriously appointed with a delightful freestanding slipper bath and a powerful shower with a large rose. The combination of original stonework, gorgeous marble and the feature glass wall make this very much a 'boutique bathroom'.
Exterior: There is a grassed garden, enclosed via stock fences and wall so you might have to watch an escapee dog. There is plenty of space to relax, enjoy the hot tub and sit outside in fine weather. There is a BBQ but you will need to provide your own charcoal.

Facilities & Services
There is oil fired central heating that provides under floor heating which is individually controlled from every room, but the property is so well insulated it is always warm. There are heated towel rails in the bathroom and a wood burning stove in the sitting room. The kitchen has an electric hob, electric oven, microwave with grill, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher. In the sitting room there is a flatscreen, large TV & DVD player. WiFi is available throughout the property. There is an iron and ironing board. A travel cot & highchair is available (please bring bedding for travel cot). A maximum of one dog is allowed at £30 per week.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen (apart from cot bedding) & towels are all included but please provide your own beach towels also for use in the hot tub. An initial basket of logs is provided for your stay; thereafter further supplies can be purchased from the owner or from the local shop. Off road parking is available. Unfortunately the property is unable to accept pets anymore. Regrettably no smoking is allowed.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£500 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.




The Lizard has been designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ as it justifiably deserves. It’s teeming with diverse wildlife and beautiful coves, stunning cliff paths, sandy beaches, fishing villages and spectacular scenery. The Nanfan Barn cottages are perfectly set up by the Owners to ensure a relaxing, tranquil holiday in spacious accommodation and superb views. It has a remote feel, but it is only a short drive to Helston and much of south and western Cornwall is within easy reach. There are lots of footpaths both inland and coastal, and the Coastal Path at Poldhu is close by. The beaches of Poldhu – a mile away, and Church/ Dollar Cove, and the beach Church at Gunwallow (it’s a Medieval Church -Poldark and Doc Martin film there) are close. The Lizard is England's most southerly point. The Lizard point is famous for shipwrecks and the area highlights include early Spring flowers –including beautiful yellow daffodils everywhere, the Lizard Lighthouse, swimming and surfing from many sandy beaches, and delightful fishing coves. At the heart of the Lizard village stands a 13th century church, famous for it’s ornate woodwork decorating the end of the each pew and depicting scenes from the Old and New Testament. Outside in the water, two, thick sea walls, built in the late 19th century, protect the harbour from the worst of the wind. Local fisherman still work in the harbour to land fabulous fresh seafood, some of which is then served in the local pubs and restaurants.

There is sailing at Falmouth or on the beautiful Helford river and it also has picturesque village and lovely pub with the ferry across to Trebah Gardens, and Frenchman’s Creek (Daphne du Maurier- ‘Rebecca’). There are heather covered moors unique to the area with autumn also a great time of year to visit and many open gardens and National Trust areas, pretty harbour lights at Christmas, friendly pubs and good, fresh, local food (several restaurants are Michelin recommended)! There are loads more places to visit on the Lizard and highlights include walks along the coastal path and cliffs, the famous Victorian holiday destination of Kynance Cove with the beautiful rare Serpentine rocks and cafe, a visit to Trelowarren Estate, and the fascinating Goonhilly Earth Station and its Segway course. Flambards is great for the kids and you can step into Cornwall's mining heritage at the Poldark Mine.

Mullion is the largest village situated on the Lizard Peninsula and boasts a number of quality pubs, cafes and restaurants among it's various attractions. Four beaches – the towering cliffs of Mullion Cove- a fishing harbour, Poldhu Cove with café (and Marconi Centre), isolated Polhurrian Cove and amazing Church Cove - are conveniently nearby and easy access to the South West Coastal Path offers visitors the chance to explore the beautiful surrounding cliff scenery. The coastal path goes to the miles of sand at Loe Bar and Pool (Cornwall’s largest lake and wildlife haven) and on to the Penrose parkland.

​There are so many activities to choose from locally. You can take a boat trip across the beautiful Helford River and explore the gardens at Trebah. There are sea fishing trips from Porthleven and beach fishing from Loe Bar. There is great diving on the Manacles from Porthkerris and coasteering is available for the really adventurous. The Lizard is home to the Cornish Chough if you like a spot of bird-watching. The coastline has many pretty coves and beaches to discover, but you can find great surf at Porthleven and Poldhu. Canoeing and bard surfing are popular on the protected Eastern shores

Amenities

  • Pet friendly
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Feature fireplace
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Highchair
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Jacuzzi/hot tub
  • Microwave
  • Open fire
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • TV

Activities & Attractions

General FAQ's

Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
2 nights 04 Dec 2021 10 Dec 2021 £686
2 nights 11 Dec 2021 17 Dec 2021 £686
2 nights 18 Dec 2021 24 Dec 2021 £839
2 nights 25 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 £1381
2 nights 01 Jan 2022 07 Jan 2022 £1148
2 nights 08 Jan 2022 14 Jan 2022 £691
2 nights 15 Jan 2022 21 Jan 2022 £686
2 nights 22 Jan 2022 28 Jan 2022 £686
2 nights 29 Jan 2022 04 Feb 2022 £686
2 nights 05 Feb 2022 11 Feb 2022 £733
2 nights 12 Feb 2022 18 Feb 2022 £834
2 nights 19 Feb 2022 25 Feb 2022 £729
2 nights 26 Feb 2022 04 Mar 2022 £744
2 nights 05 Mar 2022 11 Mar 2022 £708
2 nights 12 Mar 2022 18 Mar 2022 £695
2 nights 19 Mar 2022 25 Mar 2022 £748
2 nights 26 Mar 2022 01 Apr 2022 £920
2 nights 02 Apr 2022 08 Apr 2022 £1654
2 nights 09 Apr 2022 15 Apr 2022 £1621
2 nights 16 Apr 2022 22 Apr 2022 £1625
2 nights 23 Apr 2022 29 Apr 2022 £1165
2 nights 30 Apr 2022 06 May 2022 £1232
2 nights 07 May 2022 13 May 2022 £1210
2 nights 14 May 2022 20 May 2022 £1034
2 nights 21 May 2022 27 May 2022 £1239
2 nights 28 May 2022 03 Jun 2022 £2165
2 nights 04 Jun 2022 10 Jun 2022 £1430
2 nights 11 Jun 2022 17 Jun 2022 £1199
2 nights 18 Jun 2022 24 Jun 2022 £1358
2 nights 25 Jun 2022 01 Jul 2022 £1349
2 nights 02 Jul 2022 08 Jul 2022 £1337
2 nights 09 Jul 2022 15 Jul 2022 £1551
2 nights 16 Jul 2022 22 Jul 2022 £1670
2 nights 23 Jul 2022 29 Jul 2022 £2316
2 nights 30 Jul 2022 05 Aug 2022 £2569
2 nights 06 Aug 2022 12 Aug 2022 £2644
2 nights 13 Aug 2022 19 Aug 2022 £2501
2 nights 20 Aug 2022 26 Aug 2022 £2375
2 nights 27 Aug 2022 02 Sep 2022 £2323
2 nights 03 Sep 2022 09 Sep 2022 £1936
2 nights 10 Sep 2022 16 Sep 2022 £1669
2 nights 17 Sep 2022 23 Sep 2022 £1545
2 nights 24 Sep 2022 30 Sep 2022 £1381
2 nights 01 Oct 2022 07 Oct 2022 £1310
2 nights 08 Oct 2022 14 Oct 2022 £1068
2 nights 15 Oct 2022 21 Oct 2022 £1125
2 nights 22 Oct 2022 28 Oct 2022 £2561
2 nights 29 Oct 2022 04 Nov 2022 £1080
2 nights 05 Nov 2022 11 Nov 2022 £908
2 nights 12 Nov 2022 18 Nov 2022 £777
2 nights 19 Nov 2022 25 Nov 2022 £1383
2 nights 26 Nov 2022 02 Dec 2022 £1071
2 nights 03 Dec 2022 09 Dec 2022 £721
2 nights 10 Dec 2022 16 Dec 2022 £721
2 nights 17 Dec 2022 23 Dec 2022 £1508
2 nights 24 Dec 2022 30 Dec 2022 £1883
2 nights 31 Dec 2022 06 Jan 2023 £1507
2 nights 07 Jan 2023 13 Jan 2023 £743
2 nights 14 Jan 2023 20 Jan 2023 £721
2 nights 21 Jan 2023 27 Jan 2023 £721
2 nights 28 Jan 2023 03 Feb 2023 £721
2 nights 04 Feb 2023 10 Feb 2023 £738
2 nights 11 Feb 2023 17 Feb 2023 £1134
2 nights 18 Feb 2023 24 Feb 2023 £859
2 nights 25 Feb 2023 03 Mar 2023 £754
2 nights 04 Mar 2023 10 Mar 2023 £750
2 nights 11 Mar 2023 17 Mar 2023 £726
2 nights 18 Mar 2023 24 Mar 2023 £778
2 nights 25 Mar 2023 31 Mar 2023 £840
2 nights 01 Apr 2023 07 Apr 2023 £1664
2 nights 08 Apr 2023 14 Apr 2023 £1507
2 nights 15 Apr 2023 21 Apr 2023 £912
2 nights 22 Apr 2023 28 Apr 2023 £1021
2 nights 29 Apr 2023 05 May 2023 £1075
2 nights 06 May 2023 12 May 2023 £1045
2 nights 13 May 2023 19 May 2023 £1079
2 nights 20 May 2023 26 May 2023 £1242
2 nights 27 May 2023 02 Jun 2023 £1944
2 nights 03 Jun 2023 09 Jun 2023 £1433

Manor Fletching

Email contact form