Head Groom's House

Charming Cornish retreat

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. Other perks—think Cath Collins fragrances, vibrant fabrics, and beautiful interior design—add to the warming ambiance.

Sleeps 4 | 2 Bedrooms | Dogs welcome | From £371 for a short break

Key Features

Views out onto the Sir John Soane Stable Yard
Tennis court and Games Room within the grounds
Unique and eclectic interiors by Sarah Fortescue
Endless walks on the estate through the deer park, around the lake and gardens
Outdoor furniture for summer dining
Fresh produce available to pre-order from our kitchen garden (seasonal)
Home-cooked suppers available to pre-order
Cornish cream tea on arrival

Facilities

Cath Collins toiletries in each bathroom
Fluffy white towels 
Smart TV and boardgames
Super-fast wifi available if required
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher
Travel cots & high chairs for little ones
Laundry facilities in the Stable Yard
Webber BBQ
Ample parking

Designed by architect Sir John Soane, the Head Groom’s House is a gorgeous, cosy hideaway.

Eclectic, sophisticated and fun - the interiors by Sarah Fortescue Design are all inspired by nature's palette.