Five Separate Properties, One Magnificent Estate
Steeped in years of history and oozing understated elegance, Boconnoc House sits at the heart of the estate, surrounded by endless walking routes and immaculate gardens to roam.
Indulge in sumptuous duvets, crisp white linen, contemporary interiors, and cosy open fires at every turn. Boconnoc House can be hired exclusively for up to 19 people for holidays, short breaks or for your wedding.
One of two beautifully restored buildings in Boconnoc’s Stable Yard, the Head Groom’s House comes with a special recommendation: it was designed by the master architect Sir John Soane. Parties of up to four can spend the night in this charming cottage, which has two bedrooms.
The Groom’s House makes for a lovely stay; a recent renovation has left it spacious enough for parties of up to six.
Switch off, indulge in total relaxation and drink in some of Cornwall’s most beautiful scenery—all from the vantage point of Boconnoc’s Dairy House, which sleeps eight. The playful décor by Sarah Fortescue features furnishings sourced from around the globe, though several distinctly local touches are also hidden within.
Look for the classic Boconnoc toile, and run a hand along the dining table, made from a cross-section of oak sourced directly from the estate.
Hidden in a tranquil valley at the heart of the Boconnoc Estate you will find the wildly romantic Stewardry. An elegant and luxurious 18th century manor house for up to 14 guests.
Weddings at Boconnoc
Set in the heart of a private and historic Cornish estate, Boconnoc House is the perfect location for your wedding. With accommodation for 54 guests across Boconnoc House and the cottages, multiple settings for civil and humanist ceremonies as well as its own 800-year-old Church – Boconnoc is a blank canvas for you to create your own unique wedding without having to leave the estate.