Penrose B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Lostwithiel, Cornwall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

1 The Terrace, Off Scrations Lane
Lostwithiel
Cornwall
England
PL22 0DT

Penrose B&B, Lostwithiel

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Built in 1880, Penrose retains a wealth of original features, including fireplaces in most of the large and spacious ensuite rooms. Chris & Heidi provide a warm & friendly atmosphere, and like nothing more than to help make your stay as enjoyable as possible. We are ideally located for exploring Cornwall as the Eden Project and beaches are only 10 minutes away, and the north coast only 40 minutes.

Lostwithiel itself is a hidden gem with lots of antique shops and lovely walks.

Chris & Heidi welcome you to Penrose, their elegant Victorian home. Built in 1880, Penrose retains a wealth of original features, including fireplaces in most of the large rooms, cornicing, ceiling roses, chandeliers, high ceilings and stained glass windows. Even though Penrose is elegant and grand, when you walk in you will experience a homely and laid back atmosphere.

As you will see below, most of the rooms are lovely and large with ensuite facilities, plus comfy seating and lots of added extras. Chris & Heidi endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. There is free Wifi, and a computer available in the dining room.

Children, pets and dogs are welcome as well as groups (weddings etc). There are lots of amenities close by, including: The Eden Project (only 10 minutes drive away) Coastal walks, Cycling, Fishing and Sailing, Golf courses galore National Trust gardens & houses. Local pubs restaurants and takeaways all within a 5/10 minute walk of the house.

Lostwithiel is now the antiques capital of Cornwall, it also boasts tea shops, restaurants, churches, castles, rivers, parks, boats, museum and a train station. Off Street parking is available. Here are some comments from our guest book: ?Impossible to put into words the fabulous stay we have had.

Thank you so much' Stuart & Angela Sept 08; 'Very impressive, no hassle booking, great reception, most enjoyable stay. 10 out of 10' Bill & Carole Sept 08; 'Warm, comfortable, cosy and wonderful hosts, everything you imagine the perfect Cornish B&B to be - Thanks very much' Michael Aug 08.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Lostwithiel Travel and Heritage Information

Restormel Castle - 1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

St Winnow Church - 1.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Lanhydrock - 2.7 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Boconnoc - 2.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Eden Project - 4.2 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Porfell Wildlife Park - 4.6 miles (Family Attraction) Heritage Rating

Bodmin, St Petroc's Church - 4.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Tregrehan Garden - 4.9 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Pine Lodge Gardens - 5.5 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

St Catherines Castle - 5.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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