Rowan Lodge has three en-suite bedrooms, we also have two Holiday Cottages to let one sleeps two the other sleeps three.
Formerly Rowan Lodge was the village shop (which has relocated a few yards away) and was once a Tea Room.
It is in a pretty little village called Lanreath, pronounced Lanreth, the Parish can trace its existence back at least to the Domesday Book of 1086, when it was known as Lanredoch. The present day version is a derivation of the 'church site (Lann) of Raydhogh'.
Lanreath is well steeped in legend, including the alleged sighting on numerous occasions of a ghost dressed in black driving a coach pulled by headless horses. Intending visitors shouldn't worry though- he hasn't been seen for ages!!.
The present day Lanreath has a population of around 500. The Coast is just a short distance to the South and the Moors to the North.
Places to Eat
We can recommend the
"Jubilee Inn" - Pelynt (3 miles)
"The Old Sail Loft" - Looe (6 miles)
"Crumplehorn Inn & Mill" - Polperro (5 miles)
Bodmin Moor Horses