Killigarth Manor is a Grade II listed former manor house in the civil parish of Polperro in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is in the hamlet of Killigarth northeast of Polperro village. It has an 1872 datestone which marks the date when the older house was demolished, though its materials used in the building of the present house. Killigarth Manor is used as holiday accommodation. In the grounds are a holiday and caravan park. The small housing estate of Carey Park is nearby.
An original manor house dates from 1662 and existed prior to the current one, and was described by Jonathan Couch in his History of Polperro (1871): "At the top of the eastern hill ... is the neat old manor-house of Killigarth, with its antique square-headed and granite-mullioned windows, its respectable arched doorways, and massive chimneys ... The house has on the second stage, a fine room, now used as a sleeping apartment; but, from its dimensions and the labour bestowed on its decoration, evidently once the state room of the house."
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