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Lovely apartments in the heart of the busy Cornish market town of Penzance in west Cornwall. These attractive apartments have been tastefully and thoughtfully converted by the owners from the first and second floors of an old wharf house.
Located between Padstow and Newquay overlooking Mawgan Porth Beach and coastal path. Beach 400yrds down a private lane. Small family run guest house with licenced bar and restaurant. Award winning breakfast and hospitality. Blue Bay is a secret shared...
Self Catering bungalows with outdoor spaces stocked with local plants, situated in a sheltered position in an area of outstanding natural beauty, a short stroll from Gorran Haven village and beach. Parking and free Wi-Fi.
Charming 19th century 3 star manor in secluded gardens, spectacular views of north coast, coastal retreat with direct access down to sandy beach. Privately owned, part of the Best Western group.
Lantern House is an original Old Town House built about 300 years ago, only seconds from the harbour, along one of Padstow's narrow streets. Acquired in 1997 by its present owners, it has undergone considerable refurbishment.