Number Fifty Townhouse Accommodation

A Townhouse hotel in Penryn, Cornwall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

50 West Street
Penryn
Cornwall
England
TR10 8ER

Number Fifty Townhouse Accommodation, Penryn

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Number Fifty is situated in the historic heart of Penryn just a short walk from Penryn railway station and less than half a mile from the university campus. Breakfast is served daily at the award winning Thirsty Scholar Freehouse less than one minutes walk away where guests at Number Fifty enjoy concessionary prices. There is free parking close by.

Number Fifty is a stylish and comfortable private townhouse in the heart of historic Penryn offering the discerning traveller a refreshing and contemporary alternative to more traditional accommodation. We are situated on West Street less than half a mile from the University Campus at Tremough a short walk from the railway station and with free public car parking close by. All rooms have generous ensuite shower and are newly furnished and refurbished to a high standard with King size beds wall mounted TV wi-fi fridge mini bar hair dryer kettle and complimentary tea and coffee.

The house is less than 50m level walk from the award winning 'Thirsty Scholar' Free House where breakfast is served daily and where a concession is offered on all food and bar bills when lunching or dining. Check in is between 4-6 pm daily or keys can be collected from the thirsty scholar by prior arrangements outside of these hours. Latest check out time is 11am.

Output location is ideal for enjoying the heritage of this ancient town (Penryn has some 200 listed buildings and celebrates its 800th Anniversary in 2016!) or for touring the local area whilst being off the main tourist trail. From here you can travel to Truro or Falmouth by branch line train to Falmouth it's beaches and the Roseland peninsula by ferry or water taxi or by car which also brings the famous north coast beaches within easy reach. The Falmouth bound bus stops 25m from our door and the Tremough bound stop is just a short walk away.

4 star rating

From: £75.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television
Freeview
Free Wireless internet connection
Non-smoking
Internet access
Refrigerator
Iron
Hairdryer

Amenities
Lounge
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Ironing facilities
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
Breakfast is served daily at the award winning Thirsty Scholar Freehouse less than one minutes walk away - where guests at Number Fifty also enjoy concessionary prices when lunching or dining.

Meals
Free Breakfast
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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