Good welcome. We were shown the hotel facilities and given times of meals etc. before being shown our room. The room was as described when I booked with lovely views. The hotel was very clean and comfortable and the decor was tasteful.The breakfast was excellent, good quality food, well cooked, and a great choice of everything. The only drawback was the steep hill leading up to the hotel but it was only for a few hundred yards. A hotel I would recommend to any one.
Janet from South Wales
Hotel Penzance is a beautiful boutique hotel with 2-AA-Rosette dining and a stunning location high above the Penzance …More
This is really more of a pub with some rooms attached, which was fine for me, but they do have a disco until 2 on Friday and Saturday. Across the road from the bus and train stations so good if you've traveling by public transport.
Matt from Wimbledon
The Longboat Hotel is a beautifully decorated, family-run business, conveniently located at the entrance to the market town …More
We stayed one night after a matinee performance at the stunningly located Minack Theatre a few miles away. We were warmly welcomed by the owner who gave us helpful advice on the nearby restaurants which were within easy walking distance. The room was extremely clean and comfortable, well appointed with matching pine furniture and with all the usual amenities. The owner has a rolling programme of refurbishment and had a new hall carpet on order, which should update the look of the house on entry. The breakfast consisted of an ample cold buffet of fruit, juices, yoghurt, bread and pastries with options of meat, cheese and boiled eggs if required.
"friendly atmosphere, made welcome, good barstaff"
Was made very welcome, we were friends of Mr. J Bushnell who had a wake that day for his father,
Everything was done very efficiently, very clean and tidy we stayed for the whole evening and staff very good and obliging. We had a very clean and comfortable bedroom, substantial breakfast in the morning before our
long journey home to Essex.
This was a comfortable and stylish BnB with warm, engaging hosts and a delicious breakfast, filled with options. We were looking for a place to use as a base while we hiked the South West Coast Path and couldn't have chosen better. We were provided with maps, restaurant suggestions, and hiking advice. Each night we returned from a full day out looking forward to the comforts of our restful surroundings. I would gladly revisit, both Cornwall and The Dunedin.
We spent 3 nights at Camilla House, and even with the good reviews we were pleasantly surprised at how welcoming and relaxing our stay was. I can't think of a single negative to say! The location was about as good as you could ask for! Just a 10min walk along the front to the bus and train station, and less than that into the town centre, and a great base for exploring the surrounding area. Would definitely go back!
Jamie from London
An award winning 5 star guest house with original character and charm, offering sea views. An ideal base for exploring West …More
The most westerly tip of the country is also the wildest part of Cornwall, known for its prehistoric sites, cliff scenery (particularly at Land’s End), raging surf, and tin mining relics. Its most popular settlement is St Ives, a beautiful fishing village and arts centre with its very own Tate gallery and superb beaches. Penzance is a characterful Georgian town, while the nearby soaring island abbey of St Michael’s Mount is a regional icon.