NewlynCopyright Nigel Smith

Newlyn in Mount’s Bay is very much a working fishing port, but the harbour like the town is decidedly picturesque, a scene of whitewashed and granite cottages, boat pier and lighthouse... Read More

Newlyn Events

April
Trereife Easter Food and Craft Fair
August
Cornwall Design Fair
Newlyn Fish Festival
Party in the Park
Trereife Country Fair
Trereife Summer Festival
November
Trereife Christmas Gifts Fair
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The Smugglers

The Smugglers

Newlyn has the largest fishing fleet in the south of the country, with its medieval quay dating back to 1437. The front part of the Smugglers dates back to the early 1700s, when it was ... More | visit website

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The Smugglers (0.19 miles)

The Smugglers

The Smugglers sits in an elevated position overlooking Newlyn harbour and Mount's Bay. We are one mile from Penzance and Mousehole and eight miles from Land's End. Newlyn has the largest fishing fleet in the south ... More | visit website

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Rosalie Guest House (0.93 miles)

Rosalie Guest House
Welcome to Rosalie Guest House in Penzance, a traditional cut granite stone faced Victorian Town House situated in the very attractive Alexandra Road within the Penzance Conservation area. Leading down to the famous Penzance Promenade, ... More | visit website
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Pendennis (0.93 miles)

Pendennis

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This family run guest house is a short walk from the Promenade and centre of Penzance and offers freindly atmosphere, we support "Fairtrade" and all produce is quality locaally sourced. ... More

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Duporth Guest House (0.94 miles)

Duporth Guest House
Duporth Guest House is an elegant Victorian building set in a conservation area just off Penzance Promenade. We have magnificent uninterrupted sea views across Mounts Bay and the small fishing village of Newlyn. The guesthouse ... More | visit website
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Venton Vean (1.01 miles)

Venton Vean
Newly opened, Venton Vean (Cornish for “little spring”) is a beautifully restored period home and garden in historic Penzance overlooking Penlee Park and minutes’ walk from the seafront and town centre (with cafes, galleries and ... More | visit website
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Sea Waves B&B (1.06 miles)

Sea Waves B&B
There are plenty of things to do out and about. You could hire bicycles and take a ride around Penzance, or go on a fishing trip or pleasure boat trip to look for sea-life. You ... More | visit website
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Shoreline Guest House (1.06 miles)

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Sea view rooms have amazing views of St Michael’s Mount, Mounts Bay and Newlyn. At the front of the guesthouse, there is a Sun deck garden facing the sea, where ... More
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Estoril Hotel (1.08 miles)

Estoril Hotel

This hotel has recently been awarded the AA three red diamond award which puts it into the top 10% of its AA diamond rating. A beautiful, Victorian hotel combining original architectural features with modern comfort ... More | visit website

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Camilla House (1.09 miles)

Camilla House

Multiple award winning non-smoking Guest House accommodation with quality of service for visitors to Cornwall. Ideal base for both guests seeking a break and those requiring a relaxing time while on business.

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Warwick House Hotel (1.09 miles)

Warwick House Hotel

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Set in a quiet terrace overlooking Mounts Bay, this elegant Regency period guest house is ideally situated for a relaxing break on the Cornish coast, close to transport links. At Warwick House ... More

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