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Harbour View Guest House, Penzance, Cornwall

Harbour View Guest House
22 Fore Street
Penzance
Cornwall

TR18 5JW | View map

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Harbour View Guest House directly overlooks Newlyn Harbour and Mount's Bay. It is a traditional Cornish house built about 1860 which has in its time been a bootmaker's shop, a post office, an hotel, a restaurant and now a guest house. It is situated directly on the harbourside in an elevated position with outstanding sea/harbour views in all directions. We are on the coast road between Penzance and Mousehole in the South West of Cornwall. You will be met with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere - we try to cater for all your needs with 24 hour coffee/tea facilities, wifi, phone and tv's in all rooms. All rooms have sea views, private facilities, TV, CH, hairdryer and alarm-clock radio. Full English Breakfast served downstairs overlooking harbour - generous portions as well as fresh fruit, yoghurt etc. Newlyn is England’s largest fishing port and home of the historic Newlyn painting School. It has a wonderfully friendly community spirit with plenty of colourful characters, pubs and attractions. You can watch the fish being landed on the quay, and sold in the fish market early morning. West Cornwall is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has many fine sandy beaches and rocky coves. The scenery varies from wooded valleys to wild moorland and rugged cliffs. It is an area rich in history with stone circles and megaliths, and the engine houses of the tin-mining era. It is famous for its art galleries, festivals, craft shops and potteries and splendid sub-tropical gardens. Local places of interest include St Michael’s Mount, Land’s End, Sennen, St Ives, the Lizard, the Helford River, the Tate Gallery (St Ives), the Minack Theatre (Porthcurno), and many small picturesque villages such as Mousehole and Lamorna just down the road. Penzance is also the departure point for the Isles of Scilly either by boat, helicopter or by air. Children are welcome - (so are DOGS at an additional cost of £5 per head per night)

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