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Penvith Barns
Bed and Breakfast: 3355 Cornwall Coast

Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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    We would like to invite you to spend some time with us here at Penvith Barns - a very special Bed and Breakfast in sunny Cornwall.

    We can promise you a warm welcome, luxury holiday accommodation where you can come and go just as you please, relaxed and tranquil surroundings with views over our superb countryside, close proximity to some of Cornwall's best beaches and plenty to do, whatever your taste.

    We are ideally placed to visit Cornwall's major holiday attractions: the Monkey Sanctuary, The Eden Project, beautiful stately homes such as Anthony House, Lanhydrock and Cotehele, and fabulous gardens like Heligan, Trengwainton and Pine Lodge, to name a few.

    The Southwest Coast Path is just up the road and will take you into Looe or to Seaton Beach if you are feeling energetic!

    The magnificent expanse of Whitsand Bay, quiet and unspoilt, is a short car journey away and we have some great golf courses and wonderful pubs nearby.

    The Looe Area is a gastronomic delight with excellent restaurants to finish off your day and send you to bed looking forward to more lovely adventures tomorrow!


    All our rooms have been decorated and furnished to the highest standards whilst maintaining a relaxed country feel. Every room has en-suite facilities, and from the Cornish cookies on the welcome tray, to the silent fridge, everything is aimed at giving you the best holiday experience that we can.

    All our rooms have:

    • Their own entrance; either direct from outside or via the guests entrance.
    • Plenty of off-road parking.
    • TV with DVD. We have an extensive and varied DVD library which you are free to dip in to if you fancy a night in, cannot sleep, or just have an hour or so to kill.
    • Fridge, with complimentary pint of fresh milk.
    • Tea and coffee making facilities (including fresh ground coffee & cafetiere, hot chocolate, etc)
    • Hair dryer
    • Fluffy hand and bath towels
    • "White Company" luxury toiletries
    • Use of the guest kitchen, including microwave, oven and washing machine
    • Books, guides and leaflets on local attractions and events.

    Finally, and importantly, the room is yours while you are here. Feel free to come and go as you please. There is no curfew or "stay away during the day" policy here.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk


    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Our rates are from £63 for one person and from £70 for 2 people including full English Breakfast.

    Open all year.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Special diets, such as veggi, celiac, gluten free etc can be catered for if we know in advance.
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

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    Bypass Plymouth on the A38, crossing the Tamar bridge into Cornwall. Another 10 miles brings you to a low bridge and then Trerulefoot roundabout. Turn left, signposted Looe. After 1 mile, turn right, signposted Looe. Through Hessenford village, and at No Mans Land, turn left, signed towards Penvith and the Monkey Santuary (and a weight and width restriction). Follow the signs for the Monkeys, and you will drive right past our Barns.

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