Set in a bowl of hills at the head of a tidal creek that leads to the Hamoaze, opposite the great naval city of Plymouth, our village is located on the Rame Peninsula which is known as “Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner”
Bounded by the Lynher and Tamar rivers, by the Hamoaze and the sea, the area is deeply rural and designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Millbrook creek is home to a yacht marina and internationally known boat builders; Millbrook-built craft are to be found all over the world.
A rural village such as Millbrook would not be complete without a watering hole or two, and our restaurant and three pubs are all popular. The village also offers a good range of shops and services.
We have an Anglican Church, a Wesleyan Chapel and a junior school, and the recently rebuilt village hall is home to the parish council and many local clubs.
Millbrook is a busy working village of some 1000 households and a population of over 2000, reputedly the second largest village in the country.
Millbrook Football Club, dating back to 1880, is just one of several sports and social facilities.
So to our residents and visitors alike, we hope you enjoy this site and that you find it informative; please contact us with any suggestions on how we may improve it further.