Pendragon Country House

Pendragon Country House

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.

Nestled in the Cornish countryside, 3 and half miles from the town of Camelford, Pendragon Country House boasts 7 luxury rooms, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and free parking. Each individually styled bedroom features an en suite bathroom with bathrobes and free toiletries, a flat-screen TV with DVD player, antique furniture, and tea/coffee making facilities. A hearty breakfast is served daily in the restaurant with far-reaching views of the countryside. The menu includes full Cornish breakfast, continental options, cheeses, homemade porridge and Cornish Smoked Kipper. Evening meals are also available most nights. Guests can relax in the guests’ lounges, which feature leather sofas, fireplaces, pool table, and board games. The landscaped garden offers an outdoor seating area and a patio for guests to relax. Pendragon Country House offers easy access to outdoor activities such as horse riding, golf, and cycling. The coast is 6 miles away and guests can also enjoy surfing, swimming and canoeing.