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We traveled with dogs so maybe we got the worst room going, very very dated, and while this is not a big problem, I can honestly say the level of cleanliness was terrible! The landlady and breakfast lady were just lovely, the breakfast was good....More
We have stayed here 4 times and have enjoyed our stay every time! It has a lovely garden and is only a few minutes walk to the quaint village of St.Agnes. One benefit of being situated just outside the village is that you don't get...More
We go to Cornwall at least twice a year,but it the first time we've stopped in a b&b(we usually stop in a caravan as we have dogs)..but it was great to be able to have our dogs with us in the b&b.
Penkerris may look...More
Nothing too much trouble, the landlady charm itself, her staff very helpful. It is not state of the art which is why it is an experience not to be missed by the discerning. A home from home beyond compare. If you look to find fault...More
Close to town, amenities adequate and clean, breakfast sufficient and plentiful.
Nice clifftop walks, local restaurants and pubs very good.
Would recommend this property, easy to find on the main street.
US$64 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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For holiday guests we cook and serve breakfast at 8.30 AM. But if anyone needs to catch a boat (to Scilly ) or to make an early start for some reason we can usually manage something earlier. For workmen in the winter we... More
For holiday guests we cook and serve breakfast at 8.30 AM. But if anyone needs to catch a boat (to Scilly ) or to make an early start for some reason we can usually manage something earlier. For workmen in the winter we frequently do breakfast at 7.30 or even earlier. For a really,really early breakfast - we let them make tea and toast etc for themselves in the kitchen and leave out fruit, cheese, yoghurt etc. Dorothy at Penkerris
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