Royal Family member’s “favourite” holiday destination seems to be a remote seaside village in Cornwall’s St Mawes, which was frequently visited by Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mother, and Princess Margaret, a news report has claimed. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the village was a regular stop-off for the Queen, the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret during cruises on the Royal Yacht Britannia, according to Cornwall Live.
Penolva is a luxurious secluded waterfront property that houses up to eight.
It boasts 180-degree ocean views and direct sea access via a private slipway, used by the Queen to come ashore, as well as a spacious interior and five bathrooms.
According to the report, Princess Diana s also rumoured to have stayed there after her separation from King Charles.
The property is now managed by Amanda Selby at St Mawes Retreats.
On its website, the company said: “Penolva meaning ‘lookout on the headland’ was built in the early 1960s by Dick Wilkins, a personal friend of the Queen Mother and a great sportsman as well as a respected personality in the City of London.
“Yachting was one of his great hobbies and it is documented that the Queen Mother and other members of the Royal Family often visited Wilkins and stayed at Penolva coming ashore from HMY Brittania via the slipway originally built for that purpose.”
The property is also open to the general public and holidaymakers can even book a staycation at the luxurious property.
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A spokesman for the Duchy of Cornwall said: “Their Royal Highnesses have two family homes owned by the Duchy – Highgrove House near Tetbury in Gloucestershire, and Llwynywermod in Wales.
“When visiting Cornwall they also stay at Restormel Manor, which is part of the Duchy estate.”