The room was very nicely decorated. The grounds were pleasing, nice pool. Staff were nice. Parking was limited in their own lot, and on an extremely steep slope with 1 entrance. Consider parking on the street below. Hard to find. Nice view. Overall, it was a nice hotel, but felt overpriced and pretentious.
Hotel Penzance is a beautiful boutique hotel with 2-AA-Rosette dining and a stunning location high above the Penzance …More
Room was fab, apart from the bath / shower /wash basin far to fancy, look great but was not practical . Floor standing bath tub which was hard to get in and out, with a hand held hose for showering which was difficult to operate . The wash hand basic had a swivel plug which stuck in the close position during the visit , the sink could not drain unable to be fixed during our stay.
The room itself was fabulous , great big bed, comfortable chairs to sit and take in the wonderful view. Nice idea to supply fresh milk daily that made a difference to the coffee and hot chocolate supplied
Room was ready on arrival , with the most amazing sea views and views across St Ives.
The only criticism was the weather but I guess it is expected this time of the year.
Over All all the staff were must helpful and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable
Traveller from Torbay
Built in 1774 as a two storey home with a romantic battlement parapet, the attractive ivy clad Grade II listed Tregenna …More
We only stayed one night at the Longboat but would have been happy to stay longer. Located 5 minutes walk from the railway station and bus station. Staff were friendly and helpful, room was clean and well equipped.
Traveller from Nottingham
The Longboat Hotel is a beautifully decorated, family-run business, conveniently located at the entrance to the market town …More
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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.