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Set within 10 acres of grounds, Fig Tree House is peaceful and secluded, yet perfectly located for touring some of Cornwall’s most beautiful scenery. The Fig house is one of those rare places where you never want to leave. Beautifully redesigned with respect to its traditional heritage, The Fig House is set in 12 acres of lovely green lawn and fields. And the vista continues to the sea. Our room was simply decorated with an artist’s touch. We guests had our own sitting room with lovely views. Breakfast in the glass-enclosed guest dining area was superb with a yummy Cornish breakfast with golden scrambled eggs to start our day. Best of all were our gracious hosts, Sally and Jerry, who made us welcome even when we arrived a few hours early.
Glengarth is set in Penryn, features garden views and is 16 mi from St Ives. The apartment is fitted with a flat-screen TV. The kitchen has a dishwasher. Guests can relax in the garden at the... Spacious and homely three bed apartment. Two bathrooms, very handy.Very comfortable.
5 Summercourt, Penryn is located in Penryn. The accommodations is 1.8 mi from Falmouth. Good location for visiting Falmouth, Flushing and the surrounding area. House was clean, and comfortable. Great to have en suite toilet/shower with the master bedroom.
Penryn is the poor relation, a small town between Truro and Falmouth and though a bit old fashioned, it is quirky and is worth a visit. It has a long history - longer than Falmouth; it has quite a bit of interest, is on the water and is very conveniently located. I doubt if it's a family holiday base itself, but it is situated close to a huge range of amenities. Worth considering if Falmouth and Truro are too expensive
Great location with many local cafe’s (Pips cafe, Muddy beach) and free car parks. Amazing fish and chips (mariners) and so close too Falmouth and a great beach. Amazing little hidden streets and a history trail for the kids. Sea gulls at early morning not so good…..
I liked the privacy and independence afforded by this property. I found the lack of parking very inconvenient, especially as my communication with the property manager seemed to indicate that I could book this, which I tried to do but got nowhere. I was not satisfied with the arrangements for protection from Covid 19. I was told that the £100.00 deposit that I paid would be refunded within 15 days of my departure, but this has still not happened, which is leaving me feeling very dissatisfied, and definitely thinking that I will not make another booking at The Sidings.
Historic Cornish town it may not be as popular as Falmouth but it has much to recommend it - striking distance to all the attractions & sites , friendly people along with the marvellous Mariners Fish and chip shop - all local produce at a great price
Typical Cornish small town or large village in scenic surroundings with a growing university campus nearby (nice walk through Woodlands between the town and the Uni.). Very handily located on the main bus route between Falmouth and Truro or Redruth and frequent trains to Truro and Falmouth both only 15 mins away. The oldie worldie Thirsty Scholar pub has excellent B&B and pub grub and a newly refurbished pub across the road is opening in 2020 apparently with it's own microbrewery, no doubt to attract students and may also have B&B. The University also offers cheap but modern accommodation outside term times mainly in the summer. Parking around town is a bit tricky as the streets are typically very narrow. There are commercial car parks though in the centre of town and at the railway station.
Penryn was a good place for the purpose of our visit easy to get to Falmouth and Truro Just Delight Shop is a must if you visit Penryn to buy homeware and unique gifts wonderful Christmas display and decorations
It was very modern and well priced