Starting from £120 per night
Enjoy a seaside escape at this enchanting cottage, discovering the hidden gem that is Penzance. Immerse yourself in the laid-back coastal culture and natural beauty of the area, unwinding in a tranquil haven that promises to soothe the soul and inspire creativity.
Explore the town and its surroundings – from ancient landmarks, to art galleries and antique shops – not forgetting the fabulous restaurants, wonderful beaches and breathtaking countryside that are all within easy reach.
And when you return to the cottage, you'll find a warm and welcoming space that's fully equipped with all the modern amenities and treats you need for a comfortable stay.
Enquiries and booking
About the property
This three bedroom cottage is in a quiet location near Penzance Promenade, offering easy access to local amenities and a lively foodie scene – a true home from home but with the sea just metres away!
25 Cornwall Terrace, Penzance, TR18 4 HL
Food & Drink
Fraser's Fish & Chips
A firm Penzance favourite, Fraser's is a minute's walk away, on the promenade.
The Bath Inn
A traditional pub near the cottage, with a large beer garden to the rear.
45 Queen Street
A converted warehouse tucked behind Chapel Street with a gin distillery and a delicious and eclectic food and drink offering.
Seafood bars in two locations in nearby Newlyn – an excellent choice for freshly caught seafood.
The Honey Pot
Fabulous café in Parade Street.
The Tolcarne Inn
Sited just behind the sea wall in Newlyn, the Tolcarne offers fine dining with a focus on seafood.
Chapel Street & Causewayhead
Chapel Street dates back to the mid-18th century and features a rich mix of buildings (look out for the Egyptian House!) and, along with Causewayhead, has an abundance of independent shops.
Things to do
Jubilee Pool, an Art Deco gem and one of the country's finest lidos, which also features a geo-thermal pool, is only a short walk away along the promenade.
Sea swimming off the promenade and Battery Rocks is a daily pastime for locals – warm up afterwards with coffee from Pickle on the Prom.
Newlyn Filmhouse, a two-screen cinema and café, housed in a refurbished pilchard works, is well worth a visit.
Open-top bus tours depart from the bus station in Penzance – hop on and off, from Marazion to Land's End and St Ives, taking in the glorious coastal and countryside vistas.
Take the train to St Ives – prime candidate for one of the most scenic railway routes in the country!
Walk to Marazion along the coast path, visit St Michael's Mount and eat out at The Godolphin Arms overlooking the tidal island.
Mousehole, famous for its harbour and Christmas lights, makes for a delightful walk west around Mounts Bay .
Boat trips can be booked from the kiosk next to Penzance's Dry Dock.
The cottage is a 15-minute walk from Penzance's mainline train and bus stations. The main route into town is via the A30 which continues on to Land's End. Bicycles can be hired from various locations around the town, and there are a number of reliable taxi services available in both Penzance and Newlyn.
A few things to remember
Please remove shoes when entering the property.
Parking is available on the street, and is on a 'first come, first served' basis. Please do not park at the rear of the cottage.
Please feel free to use the beach equipment which is in the green storage box in the rear courtyard.
Please help yourself to staples in the cupboards and replace as and when it becomes necessary.
There is a fuse box in the cupboard to the right of the cooker, above the shelving.
Dogs are welcome. There is an additional fee of £20 – please mention that your dog will be staying when you book.