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The Lynwood is a family-run guesthouse located in the West of Cornwall in the city of Penzance, famous for it’s beaches and Cornish villages. This Victorian guesthouse is situated within easy access to all the landmarks that Penzance offers, so that you can not only enjoy your stay but also experience the authentic Cornish culture. At The Lynwood, you will enjoy a comfortable and inviting stay that will make you feel like your home away from home.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Hair Dryer In Room
  • Linen & Towels
  • Radio
  • Tea/Coffee
  • TV In Room
  • Central Heating
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Iron and Ironing Board on request
  • Kettle
  • Newspaper on request
  • Television
  • Wake Up Calls

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast with your stay at The Lynwood Guesthouse. Self-service breakfast options such as fruit juices, freshly prepared fruit of the season (i.e. cut melon, blueberries, raspberries), yoghurts and cereals are readily available. In addition you can also choose from a freshly cooked full ‘English Breakfast’ (served to your table), or you may prefer a vegetarian option or continental choice of croissants, jams, marmalade or honey. All breakfasts are served with tea or fresh coffee and toast.

The City of Penzance:

On The Map: Penzance is located in Cornwall, in the southwest corner of England, approximately 75 miles west of Plymouth and 300 miles southwest of London.

Penzance is a major tourist and commercial coastal town – the most westerly large settlement in Cornwall. For many, the town is associated with pirates, as a result of the Gilbert & Sullivan comedy ‘The Pirates of Penzance’. Although the town has no real ties to pirates (aside from suffering some Turkish & Spanish pirate raids), it is steeped in history. On the moorland surrounding Penzance, you’ll find an impressive array of Pre-Historic, Neolithic and Bronze Age tombs, monuments and settlements to explore. Some date from more than 5,000 years ago. If the tide is out, you can walk across the causeway to famous St Michael’s Mount (pictured). The picturesque tidal island is home to a fairytale castle, replete with tropical gardens. In Penzance Town , be sure to take a stroll along Chapel Street, which features several characteristic pubs and antique shops. Watch out for Number 25, where Maria Branwell, mother of Charlotte, Anne and Emily Bronte once lived, and have a drink at the ancient Admiral Benbow Inn, immortalized in the opening pages of the classic novel, Treasure Island .

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