St Buryan bed and breakfast

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  • Trewoofe Orchard

    From £85.00
    Penzance
    Sleeps 2
    High quality B&B Accommodation in West Cornwall's Lamorna Valley, twixt Penzance and Lands End
  • Trereife House

    From £80.00
    Newlyn
    Trereife is a beautiful Queen Anne manor on the outskirs of Newlyn, Penzance. The house itself is grade two star and has extensive gardens. Situated close to Sennen beach, it is a unique property in a unique location.
  • The Cornish Range

    From £80.00
    Mousehole
    Sleeps 3
    Seafood Restaurant with Guest Rooms
  • Newlyn
    Sleeps 3
    The Smugglers sits in an elevated position overlooking Newlyn harbour and Mount's Bay. We are one mile from Penzance and Mousehole and eight miles from Land's End.
  • Sea Waves

    From £50.00
    Penzance
    Sleeps 12
    Sea Waves bed and breakfast is the perfect place to unwind and relax
  • Newlyn
    Sleeps 4
    Quality suite and room accommodation for those wishing a comfortable quiet break.
  • Trelew Farm

    From £45.00
    St Buryan
    Sleeps 5
    4 Star rated accommodation in a listed, 17th century farmhouse, SILVER AWARD Accommodation.
  • Castallack Farm

    From £32.00
    Penzance
    Sleeps 3
    Five Star Silver Award accommodation. We welcome you to share our lovely granite farmhouse home where we offer the choice of three warm ,stylish,very comfy rooms together with the spacious grounds for you to use at your leisure.
  • Rosalie Guest House

    From £25.00
    Penzance
    Sleeps 6
    Welcome to Rosalie Guest House a traditional cut granite stone faced Victorian Town House situated in the very attractive Alexandra Road within the Penzance Conservation area. Leading down to the famous Penzance Promenade, ideally located for the town c
  • Duporth Guest House

    From £25.00
    Penzance
    Sleeps 7
    Duporth Guest House is an elegant Victorian building set in a conservation area just off Penzance Promenade. We have magnificent uninterrupted sea views across Mounts Bay and the small fishing village of Newlyn.

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