A large Victorian house with 8 en suite rooms available. Close to promenade and town centre.
The Dunedin is a large Victorian house dating from 1886 and is AA 4-Star rated, it has 8 tastefully furnished bedrooms, each with modern en-suite shower, wash basin and WC together with Freeview digital colour TV, DVD player, radio alarm, hair dryer, cooling fan and tea/coffee making facilities.
The Dunedin is situated in a wide and tree-lined avenue leading to the seafront, with its long promenade and sheltered bay and there is free and unrestricted parking on both sides of Alexandra Road and the adjoining roads.
Situated on the edge of town, but within a few short minutes walk of the center and the seafront, Dunedin is in the ideal position to visit all the many and reasonably priced pubs, restaurants and other attractions in Penzance.
Breakfast is served in our bright and airy dining room, which is situated on the lower ground floor, and there is a selection of cereals, chilled fruit juices and segments and cooked to order main courses to suit a variety of tastes and preferences.
Our Guest Lounge is situated on the upper ground floor and comfortable settees and armchairs are available for our Guests relaxation, whether it is watching TV or reading the books, newspapers, magazines or tourist literature provided or, for simply having a snooze.
We offer our Guests free and unrestricted access to the internet via our Free Hot-Spot Wireless Broadband (WIFI) network. Your laptop will require a radio card, appropriate virus protection and a firewall. Please ask us for a scratchcard(s) to reveal a password to access the network.
Please note that the Dunedin is totally non-smoking.
Penzance is the ideal place to center your holiday. The Penwith Peninsula is renowned for its tucked away coves, sandy beaches and ancient Celtic historical sites and they are all within easy reach of Penzance, either by car, train or on one of the many coach trips which start from the bus station in the town. More energetic types can sail or wind surf in the bay or take a walk over the coastal footpaths which are famous for their rugged beauty, wild flowers and the occasional school of dolphins cavorting out at sea.
The famous Minack open-air theatre is situated on the cliffs at Porthcurno where many a pleasant evening can be spent watching a variety of plays and musicals.
Take a day trip to the peaceful Isles of Scilly – both the helicopter and the SS Scillonian leave from Penzance.
Last, but not least, there is St. Michael’s Mount, rising out of Mounts Bay, owned by the National Trust and well worth a visit. Take a boat or, at low tide, it is possible to walk to the island across the causeway.