Hotels Near Apple Tree Community Cafe In Penzance

4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
10.41km from Apple Tree Community Cafe
Our family were relocated to this apartment after our accommodation was double booked. We stayed for 2 nights. We were welcomed by the owner Doug who showed to our room and explained how the sofa bed worked and explained about all the amenities in the room. We weren’t lucky with the weather for the 2 days we were there, so the smart tv was a very welcome distraction for the children during the downpours. The suite had a fridge stocked with milk, juice, butter and jams. There was also a fruit basket and continental breakfast items provided daily, along with tea and coffee. The apartment and grounds itself were spotless and decorated beautifully throughout. The beds were extremely comfortable, no expense had been spared when it came to the beds/bedding/sofa beds. The hotel was conveniently located at the top of Newlyn... driving in any direction would take you to any tourist destination. Doug was a lovely host who took the time to welcome us and talk to us about the history of the building and grounds. It was a pleasure to stay there, we will definitely be returning.
4.7/5Outstanding18 Reviews
12.55km from Apple Tree Community Cafe
Very old hotel, very clean, facing the sea, stormy, the house is warm. If I go to Penzance next time, I will choose. By the way, British hotels cannot be compared with domestic ones. This is the price-performance ratio I have ever stayed in. It took too long to submit photos. You can search Google Maps, there should be many photos
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
13.23km from Apple Tree Community Cafe
Set just a one-minute walk away from Penzance train station, our Premier Inn Penzance hotel is in an ideal spot for stays in this scenic Cornish town. Culture lovers can explore art exhibitions at the nearby Penlee House Gallery & Museum, and for nature lovers, a trip to the Trememheere Sculpture Gardens or Trengwainton Garden is a must. Plus, why not soak up some unforgettable views of Cornwall with a walk along the South West Coast Path from Penzance to Marazion? After long days out exploring Cornwall, you can look forward to a tasty meal at our in-house Thyme restaurant, and a great night's sleep in one of our comfy Hypnos beds.

Hotels Near Apple Tree Community Cafe In Penzance Review

4.4/510 Reviews
Stayed here one night en route to Scilly Isles. Such a warm welcome from the minute we arrived until we checked out. Room was great with everything we needed and having breakfast delivered early next morning to our room was fantastic, delicious bacon sandwiches . Perfect venue if you want to catch the ferry but otherwise a great place to stay regardless. We couldn’t fault it. Apologies about the door key, it’ll be on its way back soon and so very sorry
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5/511 Reviews
Breakfast is OK, no extra bed, suitable for children, the hotel is in a good location, near the train station, no parking.
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4.6/510 Reviews
We stayed here both before and after our trip to the Isles of Scilly and enjoyed excellent breakfasts and dinners on both occasions. We travelled by train and it is only about a 15 minute walk from the train and bus stations and you almost fall onto the Scillonian ferry when leaving the building so it is very convenient for all modes of travel. We also noticed a large car park nearby. The dinner menu was extensive with lots of specials and breakfast was really good too with lots of choice for both. Our room was spotlessly clean on both occasions and the walk in shower was lovely. The staff were pleasant, friendly, helpful and efficient. A great couple of stays and highly recommended.
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4.7/512 Reviews
The room design is very special and the accommodation is very comfortable. The attic room is hot during the day when it is sunny. The hotel does not include breakfast, but there is a restaurant downstairs, which tastes very good. There are some specialty shops near the hotel, which are worth visiting. Most of Penzance's accommodations are on the hillside, not far from the hotel from the train station, but it is tiring to climb the slope with luggage. To all major attractions is to take a car from the railway station. There are several Chinese restaurants on the market steet, which taste pretty good.
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4.5/510 Reviews
We had a three night stay in the Ship Inn and it was a very nice place to stay. We had room 5 which has two windows overlooking the harbour and village. The room was well furnished and the bathroom was very clean, large and modern. The breakfast is excellent and the pub is a great Cornish classic with some good draft ales. We managed to park on the north harbour jetty and paid £3 a day parking. Its very close to the pub so easy to carry your luggage. The parking is more expensive at the main car park at £9 a day and it seems most people park for free along the road entering the village. We would definately stay there again and thanks to all the staff for giving us an excellent holiday.
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4.7/518 Reviews
Very old hotel, very clean, facing the sea, stormy, the house is warm. If I go to Penzance next time, I will choose. By the way, British hotels cannot be compared with domestic ones. This is the price-performance ratio I have ever stayed in. It took too long to submit photos. You can search Google Maps, there should be many photos
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4.3/510 Reviews
I was en route on the bus to Penzance and was rang up and asked what time I was arriving. When I said I may arrive to the hostel after 10pm I was informed that check in was only up to 10pm, but staff may stay 15 mins or so later to receive me. Fair enough, but I felt I was told off in an angry tone for daring to arrive late (it wasn't my fault, I didn't know what time the coach was going to arrive in Penzance!). This woman then slammed the phone down on me. When I arrived, another person checked me who was thankfully friendly and accommodating. Physically it's a nice hostel in a nice location, but it felt impersonal and uptight, like an army barracks. It distinctly lacked the friendly, laid back backpacker vibe you get in most hostels. I wouldn't stay there again, especially after a staff member spoke to me like that.
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4.5/55 Reviews
Warm welcoming, I knew we weren’t going to arrive between the check in hours, I emailed in advance and they were more than accommodating. Nice little b&b, clean with everything you would possible need. Didn’t make use of the breakfast so can’t comment. Loved the little touches of the sweets and biscuits in our room. Would recommend for a weekend get away, only a 10 minute walk to the main part of Penzance. Great stay.
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4.2/510 Reviews
A warm welcome from the owner and a spacious, comfortable, newly decorated room greeted us. Don’t be put off by the DIY breakfast in your room. There was a nicely set table, kettle, toaster, egg boiler, fridge and microwave, and we were provided with cereals, milk, orange juice, eggs, fresh fruit salad, Greek yogurt, bread, butter and preserves, all beautifully presented. We had a lovely stay and were pleased that Steve, the owner, was willing to have one night bookings as we were en route to Scilly. It was excellent value for money. We also recommend Gino’s, an Italian restaurant a couple of blocks away, for dinner- we ate very well there.
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