Flagstaff Holiday Homes
Discover the delights of South East Cornwall with the charming village of Landrake as your base. Explore some of Cornwall’s secrets away from the crowds of the traditional resorts, uncovering gems like Cotehele House, Fowey, Whitsand Bay and much more. And, with the vibrant city of Plymouth only 20 minutes away, you will be well placed for shopping, cinemas, theatres etc.
Landrake is the perfect location for a relaxing holiday, small enough to have village charm but with a good family pub, a shop and post office, a church and a Methodist chapel. All within easy walking distance of our cottages.
Within the grounds of Flagstaff, our regency Georgian home, we offer the holidaymaker a choice of two differing places to stay. Both are let to non-smokers only.
Flagstaff Cottage is our pride and joy. When we purchased it in 2006 it was completely derelict, having languished, unused for over 40 years. The cottage now offers luxury accommodation for up to four people in a listed building of great charm and with a unique history.
- listed, gothic cottage with beautiful arched windows, once the village infant school.
- double bedroom with twin windows giving views of the garden.
- second bedroom with the option of twin beds or a super kingsize. Large original fireplace with rustic wooden lintel.
- spacious living room with comfy sofas, dining table and chairs and fully equipped kitchen.
- washing machine, dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven, fridge etc.
- luxury bathroom with bath and shower.
Chy-an-Ula (“the House of Owls” in the Cornish language) is a four-bed, holiday home offering comfort and convenience for all ages with stunning views of the Cornish countryside.
With no stairs and only one small step at the front door it is ideal for anyone with mobility problems.
Large, double bedroom
Second bedroom with bunk beds
Spacious living room with dining area, open fire and patio doors to private garden
Large, well-appointed kitchen
Luxury bathroom with spacious, walk-in shower
There are far-reaching views of farmland, moorland and the nearby, historic village of St Germans. In the distance, Bodmin moor can be seen.
Walk from the front door, along quiet, leafy Cornish lanes and enjoy views of the two local rivers, the Lynher and the Tiddy, the county’s former cathedral church in St Germans and the graceful landscape of the Port Elliot Estate.