Nanscawen Manor House Accommodation
Nanscawen Manor House / News
This page will feature latest info and pictures.
House has been sold sorry we no longer off bed& breakfast.
Thank you to all who have stayed over the years.
Please Email us for an enquiry or text an enquiry to 07772411312
Please come and stay in the Autumn as there still lots to see and do around Cornwall.
It's been a busy summer and more use of the swimming pool then you might think.
There have been spells of good warm weather and wet bits too.
20th September 2015 the swimming pool heating season is now over,
The Hot tub is also now closed for a service
30/03/14 Work on the lawns....mend mowers first!
12/03/14 Spring is here, a good time to come and stay.
Jo-wee our friendly buzzard unless your a rabbit.
18/09/13 It's now the end of the pool season for 2013.
The hot tub is one and heated to 38C
23/04/13 Spring has at last sprung! Primrose ridge.
Fall in love with Fowey
Cornwall gardens in March
Reindeer at Eden. Winter Sun rise at Nanscawen.
Swimming Pool and Hot tub are now rapped up for the winter.
Hot Tub will be off again early spring and the Swimming pool from May 2013
Evening Primrose garden. A touch of Master Chef to help with my cooking.
12/06/12 Sunny day in Cornwall
01/05/12 First thing this morning on the lawn. 01/06/12
Hot Tub is now on for the season which is next to the pool. Eden in flower
22/01/12 Daffodils are coming out on the drive. Camellias are blooming early.
28/07/11 Sandra taking 5 minutes off from work
16/05/11 Two of the horses that live in the meadow having new shoes. Bird takes a drink.
26/04/11 Drive way Blue Bells Eden Tulips
20/04/11 Pool now heated to 80f early this season because the weather is so good.
Breakfast up a tree, 12/04/11
It's Eden's 10th Birthday 17/03/11 and Spring is here!
It's a bit cool outside at sunrise on the shortest day but no snow here.
03/12/10 Deer in the garden 11am
02/12/10 11.15am Suns out +5C
01/12/10 View of the South garden 10am
The forecast of two feet of snow didn't arrive.
Just before breakfast deer can often be seen in the garden. 05/10/10
Sandra bringing a smile to Nanscawen
Evening Primrose full flower.