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Union Hotel, hotel in Penzance

The Union Hotel is in the centre of Penzance. A 5-minute walk from the sea, the 17th-century building houses Hamilton’s Restaurant and also Nelson’s Bar, where there is free WiFi.

Location of hotel very central & within easy walking distance from train. The hotel was an old hotel with lots of history relating to the Battle of Trafagular - very interesting. The room was adequate with a shower over the bath. Bed was a bit bouncy & tended to wake my partner with every little movement. The room was quiet. The breakfast was lovely with a range of options. Price of hotel was fairly high but I guess what you expect to pay in a town of this size.
6.7
Scored 6.7
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
1,177 reviews
Price from£125per night
The Beach Club, hotel in Penzance

Facing the beachfront, The Beach Club offers 4-star accommodation in Penzance and has a shared lounge, terrace and restaurant.

Friendly service, beds, breakfast, position.
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very good
Rated very good
845 reviews
Price from£109per night
Hotel Penzance, hotel in Penzance

With wonderful views across Penzance Bay, Hotel Penzance offers award-winning cuisine and boutique bedrooms. Guests can relax in the swimming pool in the Mediterranean-style gardens.

View of the bay. Good location.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very good
Rated very good
1,323 reviews
Price from£109per night
The Queens Hotel, hotel in Penzance

Situated by Penzance beach, and 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre, The Queen's Hotel boasts a restaurant with views across Mount's Bay, St.

The cheerful friendly atmosphere, the excellent well presented food and the very clean rooms. The dining room had a stunning view of the sea and promenade too!
7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
2,398 reviews
Price from£202.50per night
The Longboat Inn, hotel in Penzance

WE ARE NOT A DOG/PET FRIENDLY INN. In the market town of Penzance, The Longboat Inn is right opposite Penzance Train Station and a 5-minute walk from the beach.

Everything about the Longboat is great. Food, ale, accommodation, the staff, all top notch. Highly recommended.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very good
Rated very good
2,300 reviews
Price from£105.30per night
YHA Penzance, hotel in Penzance

Set in a Georgian mansion, YHA Penzance features a traditional restaurant and leafy gardens. Penzance Seafront is a 15-minute walk away, and Newlyn Harbour is just 1.5 miles away.

Good environment, quiet and clean. People are friendly.
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
819 reviews
Price from£50per night
Kings Arms, hotel in Penzance

The Kings Arms Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation in one of West Cornwall’s most atmospheric pubs.

The room was nice and freshly refurbished, looked exactly as on the pictures. The stuff is extremely friendly.
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
539 reviews
Price from£160per night
The Yacht Inn, hotel in Penzance

Featuring views across beautiful Mounts Bay, The Yacht Inn offers a restaurant and free WiFi access. Located in Penzance, the property is just 5 minutes' walk from the Isles of Scilly Ferry Port.

Location
7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
238 reviews
Price from£139per night
Holbein House, hotel in Penzance

Set in Penzance, Holbein House is a historic bed and breakfast that offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a garden and a tennis court.

The breakfast was really nice and has a lot of options.
9.6
Scored 9.6
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
681 reviews
Price from£140per night
Carnson House, hotel in Penzance

In the centre of Penzance, just 500 metres from the picturesque harbour, Carnson House offers traditional Cornish breakfasts, free on-street parking nearby and free Wi-Fi.

Very close to train station Flexible check in Great little en-suite room Very clean Very kind staff with great communication
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
571 reviews
Price from£90per night
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  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    DONT go to Penzance !!! i went for a walk around about 4pm

    DONT go to Penzance !!! i went for a walk around about 4pm I FELT SAFER WALKING AROUND ISTANBUL ON MY OWN. Penzance is full of drunkards and druggies Plenty of evidence of used needles ,even at 4 pm The bus station didn't even feel safe. PS.I live in Manchester not in a rural village The locals told me they only visited to use the supermarkets on the edge of town
    Turkish Soul
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    A town full of history, and good places to eat - and easy...

    A town full of history, and good places to eat - and easy reach of other places around Lands End and the Lizard. We ate at the Turks Head and the Bakehouse (both had great menus and were dog friendly) and our hotel. We also went to Falmouth and Marazion to eat. The Penlee Gallery was really interesting (current exhibition especially) but unfortunately not dog friendly so viewed in instalments. Park and Gardens enjoyable (we were mostly lucky with weather). We would have liked to go to the Scilly Isles but too full on the day we asked. Booking in advance needed!
    Pauline
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Fabulous town, it’s got culture, it’s got architecture, it’s...

    Fabulous town, it’s got culture, it’s got architecture, it’s got a great rugby club, it’s got a busy harbour’ it’s got great cafes and restaurants, a stunning promenade and a lot more besides! Check out what’s going on at The Acorn Theatre which is brilliant. For a shortish trip see what’s on at The Minack. Best beaches are Sennen, Porthcurno, the Lelant ones, the St. Ives ones, Hayle Towans and Praa Sands. Perranuthnoe beach is good at low tide. Go to St Ives by train - the view from St Erth into St Ives is breathtaking !
    Jeff
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Glad we got tickets for the Minack Theatre and explored the...

    Glad we got tickets for the Minack Theatre and explored the Gobal Telecommunications Museum, took the Coaster bus several tiimes, including to Land's End and walked the Coastal path to Sennen. Enjoyed the Penlee art gallery, especially in the midst of reading "Summer in February." Enjoyed a meal at the oldest pub, and at the Longboat Inn. The staff at the Info Centre were the best - gave us so many tips and set us on the right buses.
    Bruce
    Canada
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    i like walking on the promenade, along to Newlyn, took the...

    i like walking on the promenade, along to Newlyn, took the Mounts Bay coast path to Marazion, took the bus to Trengwainton gardens- lovely to see the magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias - interesting walks round the gardens and a lovely cafe with friendly staff and good food. Visited Trewidden gardens by bus and also took the train to St. Ives- a lovely scenic run along the coast. Penzance town has a nice selection of shops and it is worth exploring the back streets and the area round Chapel street. On previous visits have been to the Morrab gardens and other parks. Penzance is easy to walk round, has a good bus service and the tourist information staff are very knowledgable and helpful.
    Gillian
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Went in the end of February, it was a quiet time with...

    Went in the end of February, it was a quiet time with everything closing by 10pm, and last buses leaving early, but it's just as lovely if not more so as any other time of the year could be. Even for hiking, if you get ready for the wind, the rain, the fog, the mud and the cold.
    Tamas
    Hungary

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Penzance

  • 4.9
    Scored 4.9
    Disappointing
    Rated disappointing
     · 42 reviews
    Had to wait outside for 1 hour to get the access code. Beds where two singles not a double. Wifi code did not work and did not receive reply about the new code. For 140£ it was a rip off but i had no where else to go. Stayed at the Queens hotel for 100£ the next night which was considerably better. This is the only bad review i have ever given. I tend to do more research y'know? Just being Honest.. Hope the owner sorts it out..
    Flower
    United Kingdom
  • From £202.50 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,398 reviews
    The bed was really comfortable, staff are friendly, great location - in the heart of Penzance. Breakfast was good too. The free parking was a massive selling point as well. The hotel allowed you to bring food from outside as they were not able to serve dinner. Generally the stay was okay - knowing we weren't spending our entire day in the room made it much easier to accept the standards of the rooms.
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • 8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 105 reviews
    My wife and I stayed at the Coldstreamer Inn for two nights from Mevagissey as my wife had surgery in Penzance. We were very happy about the willingness to help and friendliness. Everything was very to our satisfaction. Dinner and breakfast were good. It is a hotel for normal people who are looking for peace. You'll find it all at the Coldstreamer Inn. I think it's worth coming back
    Peter
    United Kingdom
  • 8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 467 reviews
    Cosy place at a good location and friendly staff. We had a comfortable stay. Breakfast was very good and Alan very helpfully let us store our luggage at the hotel even after check out time as we had a late train to catch back to London. Would love to stay here again the next time we're in Penzance.
    Akshay Krishna Kolvalkar
    United Kingdom
  • 8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 979 reviews
    Appartments near the centre of town of Penzance. With parking spots on site (sometimes it's busy and full, then it is a bit hard to find a place on the streets nearby). Kitchen and washing machine. Rooms are spacious.
    Alexander
    Netherlands

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