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Rosecraddoc Manor
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Reviewed August 11, 2013

we, being grandparents in our early 50's and 2 grandchildren aged 7 and 10, stayed for 1 week at start of august, 13. We had 3 bed riverside property, next to the rambling river looking over to the lake. The view was fantastic especially from the bedroom balcony. Had wonderful weather for most of the week. the children loved the freedom of running around and playing, fishing and hunting (spying on the very friendly wild rabbits).
The house had all you would need - kitchen lovely - Jacuzzi and sauna - 2 bathrooms - patio doors - and Ron the estate manager has a wealth of knowledge and very friendly and helpful. Close to lots of local attractions - had a couple of lovely days out but also spent some very relaxing days at rosecraddoc.
What made our holiday even more special was the wonderful hosting skills of Alex at the Village Inn (on site). What a truly lovely lady - thank you Alex - The food was fabulous - especially the parfait - big big thank you Alex - The children fell in love with Alex as she makes the best burger sauce ever and she spoils them rotten - nothing was too much.
We will definitely be going back - hopefully soon lol

Room Tip: Riverside villa was perfect
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Thank kim1713hamilton
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

We had a very enjoyable stay at Rosecraddoc Manor. The setting is beautiful - very peaceful and relaxing. The accommodation was adequate - very clean but in need of updating. The bathroom was very tired looking and the mattress and sofa have definitely seen better days. However, as the weather was glorious we spent most of our time outside so this was not a big issue - but, for the money, I would expect higher quality accommodation.

The Village Inn on the nearby Rosecraddoc holiday park serves good, simple food at reasonable prices. The staff here, and the manager of the estate, are very friendly and helpful.

Rosecraddoc is a good base for visiting a number of locations. The train to Looe, a pretty seaside town, is highly recommended. We also enjoyed the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lanhydrock but would not rush back to the Eden Project.

  • Stayed: July 2013
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Thank Jo O
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

We have stayed here many times since 1993 in both the apartments contained in the Moanor house as well as in the Lakeside Villas. All have been of high quality. This year we stayed in Lakeside Number 3 (there are 4 in total). This has just been refurbished throughout, nice new decor, furniture and crockery and bathroom suite. It has a sauna should you want to use it. The balcony is a lovely spot to sit and soak up the sun and to listen to and watch the wildlife.

The grounds are well kept, no litter and slope down to a lake stocked with carp up to around 10lb and lots of small roach and rudd. No need for fancy baits, just use a cheap loaf of bread and you'l have great fun with the hard fighting good condition carp.

There is a tennis court and a walk through the grounds and woodland to enjoy.

The Village Inn at the end of the drive serves good food and is reviewed seperately on Trip Advisor.

One niggle is the extra charge for electricity, I can understand why with electiric storage heaters and a sauna as some people may choose to abuse it but it is still a niggle. Perhaps the owners should include the the 1st £20 worth of electricity and charge any excess.

I will be booking to go back in the Autumn so it says it all really, if it was bad I wouldn't return.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 23, 2013 via mobile

My husband and I stayed at Rosecraddoc Manor over Easter and had a great time. The grounds are wonderful with a lake, waterfall, tennis court and pub serving food just minutes away. The location was great within easy access of Looe which we loved. We also met the owners and they were lovely friendly people and couldn'tdo enough for us. We will return.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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Thank Laleston
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Reviewed April 22, 2013

A return visit to Rosecraddoc for us to welcome in the New Year with family and friends, and we already know we'll be back again to wave goodbye to 2013 and see in 2014!
We stayed in Lakeview Villa #2 which was lovely accommodation and very comfortably slept our party of 3 adults and 3 children. We kept the electric heaters on low in the villa most of the time as we had cold, wet weather during our stay. I can't recall now how much our electric bill was at the end of our 4 nights, but I don't recall us thinking it was overly expensive for the amount of time we had the heaters on. Other friends/family stayed in the manor apartments, and also across the road at the holiday village, and all were happy with their accommodation.
The grounds at Rosecraddoc are beautiful and well kept. The lake was a huge hit with my fishing mad nephew, and the woodlands around the manor made for lots of muddy fun and walks to explore the surrounding area.
Rosecraddoc is also ideally located for a day trip to the Eden Project (look out for the giant bumble bee!) and a (wet and windy!) walk on the beach at Looe followed by the obligatory Cornish cream tea.
The Village Inn was great for those nights when we couldn't be bothered to self cater. The food was tasty and reasonably priced - our group booked a curry night one evening which was great.
We will definitely be heading back down to Rosecraddoc.

Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
Thank MJBB21
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