Cheap Hotels in Penzance
Whiteways Guest House Hostal
Sea Waves B&B Hotel
This charming hotel is located in Cornwall. This cosy property guarantees a quiet stay as it counts with just 4 rooms. Pets are not allowed at this property.
The Old Vicarage Hotel
The Trevelyan Arms Hotel
The Fountain Tavern Hotel
Set in Penzance, The Fountain Tavern features a bar. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers luggage storage space. A buffet, Full English/Irish or vegetarian breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. You can play darts at the hotel. There are parking facilities 20 metres from the property, which are free from 16h00 to 09h00. St Ives is 14 km from The Fountain Tavern. Land's End Airport is 14 km from the property.
Engine Inn Hotel
Holbein House B&B Hotel
Hotels in Penzance
Spend a little time wandering through the narrow streets of Penzance and you'll soon get a taste of the real Cornwall. This market town is steeped in history and surrounded by some of the most spectacular coastal scenery on offer anywhere in Britain, ensuring visitors come in their thousands every year to soak up the atmosphere of this special place. If you're planning to spend a few days in Penzance, why not take a closer look at the range of Penzance hotels and accommodation options available through our website.
Art and culture
Art lovers will be in their element in this part of Cornwall. Penlee House Gallery and Museum specialises in Newlyn School and early St Ives artists, while a few minutes down the road, Newlyn Art Gallery aims to showcase the best of national and international contemporary art. Other options in Penzance include PZ Gallery, Cornwall Contemporary and The Exchange.
Consider a day out to St Michael's Mount, a magical island set in Mount's Bay. The island's medieval castle, Norman church and colourful garden can be reached by foot from the town of Marazion via a causeway at low tide.
You'll need to drive about 20 minutes to the south coast of Cornwall to find The Minack Theatre near St Levan. This incredible open-air theatre has been carved into the granite cliffs of Porthcurno and stages a full summer season of theatre between May and September.
Outdoor sights and activities
Penzance enjoys a mild climate throughout the year, so there's a big emphasis on making the most of everything the outdoors has to offer. Why not lace up your walking boots and tackle part of the South West Coast Path. The route heads out of town past Battery Rocks and follows the shoreline towards Newlyn.
Pay a visit to the west coast to find Cape Cornwall Golf and Leisure with its par-69 course. Adventurous souls looking for an adrenaline boost can visit Kernow Coasteering in Penzance to have a go at everything from cliff jumping to rock-hopping along the Cornwall coast.
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