Some popular places to visit while in the town include the Chapel Street, which hosts 17th-century buildings and hotels. Each building here has a story. There is also an Egyptian building towards the end of the street with full Egyptian adornments.
Also, there is the Victorian Penlee House Gallery and Museum, Morrab Gardens and the famous Jubilee Pool, facing the sea. The area also has several sites that date as far back as the stone and middle ages.
Hostels offer the most basic accommodation, which makes them the cheapest stay in Penzance. You can go for family rooms, double or twin room or dormitories. For a little more, you can have en-suite rooms. Many hostels also provide free WiFi in all their rooms. Others have fully equipped kitchens where you can prepare your meals, especially if you are travelling to the area with your family or friends.
Bed and Breakfast
This is the best accommodation especially if you are staying in Cornwall for a single night. If you love the sea, pick a B&B hotel at the seafront. Penzance boasts of several Victorian-era bed and breakfast facilities that will give you a feeling of 1800 style. Most of the B&B hotels offer full English breakfast in the morning after a good night in comfortable en-suite rooms.
If you are to stay in the area for a few days and are on a tight budget, pick one of the many budget hotels across the town. Check hotel rates, and the facilities and service buffered. Most of the budget hotels offer three to four-star luxury, free WiFi, free breakfast, children’s play area and Freeview TV.
Fine Dining and Five-Star Luxury
With a higher budget, you can enjoy the fine things that Penzance has to offer. The service includes all en-suite rooms, spa and massage parlour, golf fields, terrace sea and town views, as well as a variety of the best cuisines from around the world.
Explore the Cornwall Wild West to ensure a mix of rural setting, modern and historical atmosphere in one area. Enjoy the best accommodation and food in your stay in the area.