• Further Afield

    FURTHER AFIELD Although there is plenty to see and do in the Penzance Area, worthwhile trips further afield include:- The National Maritime Museum and Pendennis castle in Falmouth The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro Trelissick Gardens and Trewithen Gardens both near Truro Trerice Elizabethan manor house outside Newquay The Eden Project The Lost Gardens of […]

  • Museums & Attractions

    St Michael’s Mount Stunning National Trust castle (Marazion –  3 miles – www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk ) Telegraph Museum Porthcurno Interesting museum devoted to the history of telegraph cables laid from Porthcurno during the 19th and 20th Centuries (7 miles – www.porthcurno.org.uk) Levant mine at Pendeen World Heritage site – 6 miles Godolphin:

  • Galleries

    The Penzance area is said to have the highest concentration of artists in Britain outside London and this is reflected in the numerous public and private galleries and artists’ studios in the area. Public galleries include:- The Penlee Gallery Specialising in The Newlyn School of Artists such as Stanhope Forbes ( www.penleehouse.org.uk ) The Newlyn […]

  • Rooms

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  • Guest Sitting Room

    We have individually designed all of our rooms to be interesting and romantic, with some luxurious touches. View our 5 romantic rooms.

  • Gardens

    There are many beautiful gardens in Cornwall and some of the best lie within 5 – 10 miles of Penzance. First, there are the lovely tropical Morrab Gardens in the centre of Penzance.

  • Walking

    The Land’s End Peninsula offers some of the best coastal walking in Britain. Even in high season, it is possible to walk along stretches of stunning coastline without seeing hardly anyone.

  • Beaches

    There are a great variety of beaches (from sheltered coves to long open beaches)  within a short drive (or train ride) from Penzance. Our nearby favourites are:-