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Duporth Guest House
1 Mennaye Rd
Penzance
Cornwall

TR18 4NG | View map
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Duporth Guest House is an elegant Victorian building set in a conservation area just off Penzance Promenade. We have magnificent uninterrupted sea views across Mounts Bay and the small fishing village of Newlyn. The guesthouse has been fully refurbished as of March 2008. It is ideally located for tourists and business people alike. It is ideal location for people who want to experience the history and beauty of picturesque Cornwall. The centre of town is only a 10-minute walk away where you can find the famous chapel street and dine in your choice of restaurant or café to suit your taste. We are once again only a 10-minute walk away from the harbour where you can access the Scillonian III ferry to the Isles of Scilly. Long stay parking for the Isles of Scilly is also only a stones throw away. There is plenty of free on-street parking surrounding the guesthouse. We also offer wireless Internet free of charge to all guests. Children welcome. Any children under 4 years old are free of charge and above half price. We the hosts, are a small family run business, who will always do our best to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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