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Carnson House
East Terrace
Penzance
Cornwall

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Carnson House is a small bed and breakfast hotel conveniently located centrally in Penzance, just across the street from train and bus stations. Well located for all visitors, the hotel is ideal for those using public transport. The town centre is within a few minutes walk, while the harbour is only 100-200 yards away.

The hotel itself is a building about 270 years old, being built in the traditional manner of solid Cornish granite. Your hosts, Barry and Kaye Smyth, assure all who stay with them of a genuine and personal welcome.

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Nearest Train Station: Penzance
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Ratings/Awards: English Tourist Council 2 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 2 (1 separate private bathroom)

Price per Person

Double: 17.50 - 24
Twin: 17.50 - 24
Single: 18.50 - 21
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Facilities

Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - over 12
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms
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