Rosalie Guest House

Guest house in Penzance, Cornwall

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Alexandra Road
TR18 4LZ

Rosalie Guest House, Penzance

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A warm welcome awaits you to Rosalie Guest House from Chris and Liz We are very proud to present our home, a recently refurbished, stylish, comfortable Victorian House with many orignal features situated in the very attractive Alexandra Road within the Penzance Conservation area. Leading down to the famous Penzance Promenade, ideally located for the town centre, restaurants, all transport links and perfectly placed to continue your holiday exploring the spectacular Land's End Peninsula.

The location of Rosalie House appeals to guests from all over the world, Penzance in Penwith being one of Europe's finest holiday destinations. Your hosts can provide a wealth of local knowledge to enable visitors to plan and enjoy their holiday to appreciate the beauty of Cornwall. Accommodation is a variety of twin, double and family rooms all furnished and decorated with care located on the first and second floors.

Contemporary style bathrooms, broadband internet, hospitality trays, Tv/Dvd/Cd, central heating throughout and free on-street parking. Our bright cheerful Breakfast Room located on the ground floor incorporates a seating area in the Bay Window. Smoking is strictly prohibited Pets cannot be accepted with exception to Guide Dogs.

Disabled access is available to the front entrance, but unfortunaely we cannot offer further assistance. Penzance lies on the shores of Mount's Bay, an inspirational setting, the largest bay in Britain in the far west of Cornwall with the legendary St Michael's Mount just offshore. The town provides a lively destination with an annual calendar of festivals and events to suit all needs.

Market Jew Street, the town's main thoroughfare with its distincitvie granite terrace and the historic Chapel Street where the former home of Maria Branwell the mother of the literary Bronte sisters leads down to the Wharfside and Harbour area. Many buildings reflecting a distinctive Regency style, fine structures especially the Market House boasting an iconic dome and statue of Sir Humphry Davy:Famous Son the celebrated scientist who was born nearby. The wonderful open space of the Western Promenade Road, that runs from the Jubilee Pool towards Newlyn offers a delightful seaside walk during warm Summer evenings.

Morrab Gardens offer a haven of green lawns, ponds, flowerbeds and exotic sub-tropical species. The coast and countryside around Penzance have provided inspiration for artists, writers and musicians for many years.

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Mount's Bay - 3.5 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

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