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The Bungalow, Penzance, Cornwall

The Bungalow
16 Old Court
Kenegie Manor
Gulval

Penzance
Cornwall

TR20 8YN | View map

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Our brick built bungalow is part of a development of privately owned holiday homes set in the landscaped grounds of 16th century Kenegie Manor. This is an ideal base for those wanting to visit this lovely area, the site is a quiet family site. There are extensive views of Penzance and Mount Bay from the grounds.It Sleeps up to 4 people. Two bedrooms: one double and one with two singles. All with Duvets, Pillows, quilt cover and sheets, all you need to bring are towels. There is an indoor swimming pool and sauna which is open June to October - this is free to our guestYou do need a car, as it is set in the countryside about 1 mile from Penzance on the St Ives RoadIdeal base for exploring this lovely area, st Micheal's Mount, Mousehole, St Ives, The Minack Theatre, Lands End, Sennen, Falmouth and the Sciliies by Helicopter, Boat or Plane.Card taken as confirmation of booking but payment required by cheque in advance or bacs transfer We will contact you within 24 hours of reservation to organise payment.

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