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Boswedden House
St Just
Penzance
Cornwall

TR19 7NJ | View map
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Early XIXth century mansion set in the country, yet only 1 mile from St. Just and 1/2 mile to Cape Cornwall. The large walled garden, being mainly grass, is good for sun-bathing or just taking a relaxing stroll. A Guest House with a difference. The house has extensive walled gardens where guests are welcome to walk around or just relax on the grass and enjoy the views of the Atlantic Ocean and take-in in the fresh air. The house is furnished and decorated to a high standard. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities and refreshment tray. A comfortable living room, open fires for the out of season visitor and colour television. There is a heated indoor swimming pool which opens onto a sun room, perfect for when the wind feels chilly. The pool is available from 7.30 a.m. - 8.30 a.m. and from 4.30 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. daily and at other times by arrangement The Boswedden House has 8 rooms on 1 floors.

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