A beautifully-maintained Georgian Manor house in the far west of Cornwall, Nancealverne House provides comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to eight people. The gravel drive sweeps around the large circular front lawn to arrive at the impressive front of the house. The elegant interior breathes history, built with prize money from Nelson’s Battle of the Nile. The cosily refurbished rooms, wood fire and Victorian rocking horse will delight both children and adults.

Nancealverne House is magnificently situated within 14 acres of luxuriant gardens, perfectly located wthin easy walking distance of Penzance and only seven miles from St Ives.

Sublime sandy beaches and coves, glorious coastal footpaths, vibrant art galleries and gourmet restaurants are close by. This unique country house with its fabulous secluded gardens and lake will guarantee a holiday to remember.

If you have a larger party, Apple Loft Cottage, located behind the secret garden wall of Nancealverne House, can be booked in conjunction with the house.

Apple Loft Cottage sleeps up to 5 people in two bedrooms and is newly converted for 2016.

We have had such a fantastic time I really do not want to go home. The house is magnificent and the gardens are out of this world. We didn’t visit many places as we didn’t want to leave this lovely place. The lake was paradise.
Nancealverne House was once again the perfect holiday house for us. Very comfortable, clean and full of history. We enjoyed everyday especially watching the series Poldark. They should really film at Nancealverne House!!! Thank you family Armstrong for making this house one of the best in Cornwall!!
Dr. Boenisch
Our loveliest holiday yet at Nancealverne. This really is a most attractive and relaxing home in which to stay and we never cease to delight in all that it has to offer.
Nancealverne is so impressive - enchanting would not be too strong a word! I doubt there is any other holiday home like it!
Professor Chase
Looking out from the front windows seemed like going back 100 years in time. I felt like I was actually in 'Pride and Prejudice'!
First impression on arriving at Nancealverne House - stunning... such a beautiful house. It has been filled with fun and laughter, afternoon tea and BBQs, boating on the lake, adventures in the woods and we hope to return.