A lovely twin room that has its own power-shower and sink. The room has a flat screen TV/DVD player, clock radio, hairdryer and iron. Tea and coffee making facilities and a small fridge. The toilet for this room is separately located in the hall - it is not shared. Free WiFi
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Type Pub B&B
From £59 per room per night
Welcome to the Trevelyan Arms set in a quiet village location just outside of Penzance, Cornwall.
Situated just 1/2 mile inland from the Cornish coastal path, we are within walking distance of Mount's Bay and the iconic National Trust property, St Michael's Mount. The closest beach at Perranuthnoe is just a 15 minute walk. Land's End is 20 minutes by car and both south and north coasts are easily accessible.
We have two bedrooms, one double, one twin, both available with a single occupancy option. Both rooms have a power shower, sink, small fridge, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TV, clock radio and iron.
We stock a wide range of lagers and real ales including Old Speckled Hen and St Austell Tribute as well as a good selection of wines and soft drinks. We offer wholesome freshly cooked food in our lounge seven nights a week, all year round, using fresh and locally sourced produce offering you great value for money.
Children and families are always welcome at any time in either the public bar or the lounge.
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