We have individually designed all of our rooms to be interesting and romantic, with some luxurious touches.
All our rooms have king size beds with luxury mattresses and Flat Screen LCD Smart TVs with Netflix (we also have a selection of DVDs available to borrow – including a range of HBO box sets if you don’t feel like getting out of bed), hairdryers, digital radio alarms and a tea and coffee tray. We also have free wi-fi access in the house and garden. Our duvets and pillows are goose down, but synthetic bedding can be made available on request. Our sheets are 400 thread Egyptian Cotton.
All our rooms are en-suite, with pima cotton towels and bathrobes. Please note that we do not have wardrobes in any of our rooms (except Room 3 which has a small wardrobe). This was a conscious design decision to keep the rooms as light and spacious as possible. Storage is available (in bedside drawers or cabinets) and each room has an interesting row of wall hooks from which to hang clothes.
All our bathrooms have lovely products hand made by Pure Nuff Stuff here in Penzance. Pure Nuff Stuff’s products are natural (i.e chemical free) and eco-friendly. All the rooms have shower gel, shampoo, body lotion and handwash.
Smaller double with large ensuite bathroom, looking out over our back garden. This room features the original cast iron fireplace (newly restored) and antique chandelier light with matching wall sconces. The “antler” hanging hooks were reclaimed from the Savoy Hotel’s old cloakroom in London. The spacious bathroom has a marble floor, freestanding bath and large separate walk in shower.
Family Suite comprising a double room (with en-suite bath and shower attachment) plus adjoining single room (with its own en-suite WC and basin). The single room will sleep one child of any age or two children under the age of about 10. Please be aware however, that Venton Vean is not really suitable for toddlers and children under the age of 5.
The double room (which can be used as a double without the adjoining single) has lovely views out to Penlee Park and features the original cast iron fireplace, a stunning painting by Paul Wadsworth and new collage piece by Daphne McClure.