The Wellington

The Wellington is a historic coaching inn that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) after he allegedly stayed here but has been sympathetically renovated over the years which continues to this day . The Wellingtons main building and converted stables has been extensively

modernised in recent years and now boasts ten en suite rooms.

The lively bar is popular with tourists and locals alike and is at the center of this small, friendly Cornish town.

Located near the popular coastal town of Penzance, this historic hotel offers free WiFi in public areas, a bar serving real ale, good quality food and live music on weekends. Parking is available in the Market Square outside the hotel or in the large free car park nearby. Modernised guest rooms feature a range of amenities to enhance your stay, including TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities. Rooms overlook either the beer garden or market square. The dining room offers a selection of traditional British pub food, prepared using fresh ingredients and produce. The bar serves a range of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. The beer garden allows you to enjoy the attractive gardens and a drink in the sun. The village of St Just is 1.2 miles from the sea, ten minutes from Penzance and 8 minutes from Land’s End, putting many of Cornwall’s sights within an easy driving distance. Bus services operate close by to the hotel and on a regular basis.