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B and Bs in Lostwithiel

Penrose B&B
1 The Terrace
Lostwithiel
Cornwall

PL22 0DT | View map

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Chris & Heidi welcome you to Penrose B&B, their beautiful AA 4 stars ratedVictorian home. Penrose B&B exudes a homely atmosphere with a hint of heritage. Fireplaces, chandeliers, cornices and stained-glass windows are evident through-out the building. We have off road parking and can valet park your car for you – please let us know if you are bringing a van.Most of the rooms have views over Lostwithiel and the surrounding countryside. All the rooms have TV & DVD/CD player, hairdryer, bathrobes, toiletries and a luxury beverage tray including bottled mineral water; the ensuites have fresh towels, flannels, shampoo/conditioner and shower gel. Wifi is free and there is also a computer to use.

Please note this is a non-smoking B&B, smoking is permitted outside and an umbrella is available for those wet times! Lostwithiel is the hidden gem of Cornwall and its antique shop capital. The centre of town is a 5 minute walk where there are lots of pubs, restaurants, river walks, shops, church and lots more.

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