Situated in the Conservation area of Penzance in a row of Victorian houses built about 1855.
The building is set over 3 floors, with many of the original features still remaining.
Double, twin and single rooms with complementary toiletries, flat screen TV, free Wi fi, hairdryer and hospitality tray. Some ground floor rooms available. Breakfast will be freshly prepared for you in the morning.
Bus and train station within walking distance, close to coast path. Why not have a car free holiday? With so many superb beaches, wonderful little towns, quaint harbours and glorious scenery you really will be spoilt for choice here!
Stay at the Tremont
All rooms at the Tremont feature free Wi-Fi, ensuite bathroom, TV, hairryer and complimentary tea and coffee plus shower gel and soap supplied in the bothrooms. Double, twin and single rooms available.
- Sleeps 2
- Beach Nearby
- Breakfast included
- Ground Floor Bedrooms
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Breakfast will be served in the dining room, situated by the front door and this room is available for your use during the day.
There is ample on road parking in Alexandra Road.
Please note: As much as we love them, we do not cater for children under seven. Sorry no pets.
- Tate St Ives
- Barbara Hepworth Museum & Gardens
- Penlee House Museum & Gallery
- Newlyn & Exchange Galleries
- Porthcurno Telegraph Museum
- Minack Theatre – Cornwall’s world famous cliff top, open air theatre
- Newlyn School of Art
- Geevor Mining Museum
- St Michael’s Mount**
- Tremenheer Sculpture Garden
- Trewidden Garden
- Trengwainton Garden
- Penzance train station
- Penzance bus station
- Penlea open air theatre
- The Acorn theatre
“This is a long overdue recommendation of our 4-day stay with Mary & Steve in July. In short, we loved it! Mary & Steve could not have been more accommodating, and we enjoyed our long chats with them. The continental breakfast was delicious and filling-the fruit bowl was sublime! The room was perfect for our needs. Tremont Hotel is perfectly situated for walking in Penzance. Every aspect of our stay was simply lovely. We would stay here again in a heartbeat! Highly recommended. Thank you, Mary and Steve!”dgscanlan, Trip Advsior
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