Just outside Portscatho on the gorgeous Roseland Peninsula,Pollaughan's luxurious self-catering cottages have been lovingly restored with this very special environment in mind. The relaxing little farmstead is a peaceful escape and paradise for wildlife lovers .Daily animal feeding for small children to enjoy,an All Weather Tennis Court, giant trampolines, large wooden climbing frame, relaxing environment for small children with everthing here to allow you to pack light, plenty of space and peace for adults and couples to unwind and explore. Steven & Fleur McLernon welcome you all year round.
We had a lovely time at Pollaughan Farm. We stayed in Meadows which had lots of space for the six of us (two adults, two teenagers and two children) with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a lovely big sitting / dining / kitchen with a wood burner and doors onto the garden. The location is great, calm, peaceful and relaxing overlooking a small pond, fields of sheep and lambs and the ducks. It's close to great beaches, the Hidden Hut, Portscatho and the rest of the lovely Roseland. Once you are here you don't need to leave the Roseland with amazing beaches, walks, farm shops and of course great ...more
I stayed in Fallows Cottage in October with my partner and our dog. The cottage was very clean and well equipped as well as being fabulously cosy. We found Pallaughan a great location for rediscovering childhood Cornish haunts. Steven and Fleur were great hosts and provided delicious home-made treats, including the most delicious coconut scones. There was even doggie treats for our four legged companion. We loved the quiet location which was within walking distance of a beautiful beech. We were very pleased to find Cornwall was so dog friendly and we were welcome in shops and restaurants. We ...more
Our fourth time here! Had a wonderful week at Pollaughan staying in Willows with family. Helpful, friendly hosts - Fantastic for children and grownups alike. Willows provides warm, spacious, spotlessly clean accommodation and the new woodburning stove provided that little bit extra cosiness when the weather decided to be somewhat stormy at the beginning of the week. Everything we needed - toys, welcome food basket, Prosecco, Easter eggs, Egg Hunt for children as well as Animal feeding. Grandchildren entertained (Thank You Harlan, Steve and Fleur) The sun shone too by the end of the week. ...more