PenzanceCopyright Richard Croft

Sheltered deep in Mountís Bay Penzance is a large and bustling old market town looking east towards St Michaelís Mount. A port busy with holiday yachts and, in season, a ferry to the Scillies, itís also the place for retail therapy and a whole menu of restaurants... Read More

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Trereife Folk Festival
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Newlyn Fish Festival
September
Trewidden Gardens Open Weekend
November
Penzance Charity Fireworks Extravaganza
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Hotels in Penzance - 30 places to stay

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Old Coastguard Hotel

Old Coastguard Hotel
A Cornish boutique hotel by the sea

Perched above the seashore in the astonishingly unspoilt fishing village of Mousehole in West Cornwall, the Old Coastguard is an intimate, friendly hotel and restaurant with its own palm-strewn ... More | visit website
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Artist Residence

Artist Residence
Our 11 boutique rooms in Penzance form a fun and hip boutique guesthouse in the historic heart of Central Penzance, on Chapel Street. Contemporary design housed within a Grade II listed 17th Century Georgian mansion ... More | visit website
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The Godolphin Arms

The Godolphin Arms
The outlook from The Godolphin lounge bar, and many of the bedrooms is simply stunning, with uninterrupted views to the Island and castle and across Mounts Bay towards Penzance, Newlyn and Mousehole. The Godolphin has ... More | visit website
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Union Hotel

Union Hotel
The Union Hotel is the oldest hotel in Penzance dating back to the 17th Century. Renowned for it's standards of accommodation and food The hotel has featured in many of the important events of the ... More | visit website
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The Smugglers

The Smugglers

The Smugglers sits in an elevated position overlooking Newlyn harbour and Mount's Bay. We are one mile from Penzance and Mousehole and eight miles from Land's End. Newlyn has the largest fishing fleet in the south ... More | Double Room: £65 - £82 | visit website

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Carnson House

Carnson House
Carnson House is a small bed and breakfast hotel conveniently located centrally in Penzance, just across the street from train and bus stations. Well located for all visitors, the hotel is ideal for those using ... More | Double Room: £17.50 - £24 | visit website
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Wellington Hotel

Wellington Hotel
was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) (photo of painting) after he allegedly stayed here. It has been extensively modernised in recent years. The bar ... More | visit website
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Lamorna Cove

Lamorna Cove
This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Offering an outdoor pool with a fantastic sea view, The Lamorna Cove Hotel offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi access and free on-site parking. The hotel ... More | visit website
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Hotel Penzance

Hotel Penzance

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Hotel of the Year 2006 and Restaurant of the Year 2006, 2007 and 2008 at the Cornwall Tourism Awards, Hotel Penzance has quality accommodation, superb food and sea views. Hotel Penzance provides ... More | Double Room: £92 - £135

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Mount Haven Hotel

Mount Haven Hotel

One of the World's Top Nine Secret Hotels - CNN January 2011 (Frommers)

With breath-taking views across the bay to St Michael's Mount, The Mount Haven feels simultaneously luxurious yet relaxed. An unusual East-meets-West blend ... More | Double Room: £100 - £170 | visit website

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