Is a place of ancient barrows, mystical woodland, beautiful formal gardens, listed monuments, forts, chapels and holy wells dotted along a wild and remote coastline above secret beaches and smugglers’ coves.

Whatever you’re looking for from your holiday or short break, we can offer it here at Mount Edgcumbe. Our historic buildings nestled amongst the sea coast, river banks, open grassland and wooded valleys provide the perfect venue for a getaway.

Whether it’s a cosy one bedroom overlooking Drakes Island, a spacious two bedroom in Grade II listed building or a beautiful four bedroom cottage there’s plenty to choose from.

With four sympathetically renovated holiday properties now available – Cremyll Lodge a one bedroom, Horseshoe Cottage and Yew Tree Cottage both two bedroom properties and Lady Emma’s Cottage with four bedrooms – there is something to suit everyone.

If you prefer the outdoor life, but are still looking for a touch of luxury, relax by the fire pit watching the sun go down over the Tamar Valley, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty whilst staying in one of our bespoke shepherds huts by Plank Bridge.

Cremyll Lodge

Nestled in its own garden within the Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, this is a charming retreat.


Yew Tree Cottage

Yew Tree Cottage, a two bedroom cottage spread over two and a half floors, can found in the bustling Barrow Centre.


Lady Emma's Cottage

Lady Emma’s Cottage, a four bedroom property set in splendid isolation as the last habitable building on the Rame Peninsula


Orangery Lodge

Luxury in the heart of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, a charming retreat for two.


“Whether it’s a cosy one bedroom overlooking Drakes Island or a spacious two bedroom in Grade II listed buildings there’s plenty to choose from.”