Dating back to the 14th Century
Some sort of dwelling has been on the site at Honicombe for over 700 years - during the reign of Henry III.
The thick stone walls of the Great Hall date back to Medieval times.
Set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Manor House and lodges are surrounded by over 20 acres of lush green countryside.
The Park is in a great location for exploring the very best of Cornwall, from the dramatic landscape of the moors to the rugged coastline and beaches.
Tamar Valley Holidays
At Tamar Valley Holidays we help look after many of the properties at the Holiday Park, working with owners to give guests a fantastic holiday.
View the properties we manage here.
1300sFirst records of Honyacombe House
1300sBlack death kills millions - House falls into disrepair
1337Ownership of Honyacombe moves to the Duchy of Cornwall
1400sName spelt differently - Honeycombe House
1485War of the Roses ends
1452Leonardo da Vinci is born
1500sProperty, now spelt Honicombe, reduced in size to 30 acres
15562 years before Elizabeth I became queen Honycombe passed to Thomas Stentaford and William Bartlett
1936Last male Honeycombe to live in Cornwall dies
1798During the reign of George III, ownership of Honeycombe moves from the Duchy of Cornwall to private owner
1850sName changed to Honicombe
1856House renovated and front porch added - you can still see the owner's initials carved into the stonework of this new structure
Early 1900sHouse bought by Earl of Mount Edgcumbe
1920sHonicombe is sold privately by Mount Edgcumbes
1950sHouse falls into state of disrepair
1950sHouse put on the market for £4,000 (£135,000 in today's money)
1977Becomes Honicombe Holiday Centre and Caravan Park
1980sHonicombe Manor purchased privately - addition of swimming pool, chalets & bungalows
1984Gathering of 160 Honeycombes from all over the world held at Honicombe
August 1999Honicombe hosts hundreds of visitors for total solar eclipse
TodayHonicombe Manor continues to welcome families to the holiday park