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Mount Royal
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Penzance
Cornwall

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Mount Royal is a Georgian, part Victorian house and has been a family run business for over 35 years offering quality serviced guest accommodation. The house faces the sea and overlooks the entrance of Penzance harbour with panoramic view of Mount's Bay, St. Michael's Mount and the Lizard peninsula.The pictures shown at the right of this page are actual views which may be seen from our front bedrooms, the dining room and lounge. One shows St.Michael's Mount and sailing boats, the other shows the Isles of Scilly ferry entering Penzance harbour escorted by the Newlyn lifeboat. Please see more pictures of Mount Royal in the Photo gallery, all views of Mount's Bay have been taken from our front rooms. Spacious bedrooms with en suite facilities, some with bath and some with showers. Premier rooms with spectacular sea view. Step back in time in the elegant Victorian dining room and enjoy freshly cooked breakfast served to you at your own table in the traditional way with polished silver cutlery, silver tea and coffee pots, Wedgwood crockery and white linen tableclothes. Our aim is to make your breakfast an enjoyable start to your day, choose from our comprehensive menu. Please note that our terms are bed and breakfast only, we do not offer evening meals.

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