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Penhallick is a hamlet near Pool in Cornwall, England, UK.[1][2] Penhallick House was built in 1892 by Richard Cowlin the local miller and grocer who owned Cowlin Mill. The mill was converted in the 1980s by Kerrier Groundwork and is now offices for Cornwall Council.

Penhallick is a popular starting spot for accessing the walks and cycleway along the Great Flat Lode.

Penhallick is in the Parish of Carn Brea.


  1. ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 203 Land's End & Isles of Scilly (St Ives & Lizard Point) (Map). Ordnance Survey. 2009. ISBN 978-0-319-23289-7. 
  2. ^ Philip's Street Atlas Cornwall. London: Philip's, 2003; p. 139

Coordinates: 50°13′12″N 5°16′05″W / 50.220°N 5.268°W / 50.220; -5.268