Camilla House

Accommodation For The Discerning Traveller

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The Camilla House is the ideal base for those who wish to explore the rich offerings of West Cornwall and further afield.

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Welcome to the Camilla House, are you looking for Penzance accommodation (either hotel or 'B&B')? Then consider this award winning AA inspected '5 Star' quality Guest House. The Camilla House is a late Georgian town house built in 1836 for a Master Mariner operating out of the port of Penzance and now converted to affordable accommodation for the discerning traveller visiting Penzance.

Relax in a friendly and totally non-smoking environment which has recently undergone major refurbishments to provide the facilities and services that today's discerning traveller should expect, but still retains much of its original character and charm.

Provides an ideal base for exploring West Cornwall - St Michael's Mount, Lands End, St Ives, Minack Theatre, many Sub Tropical Gardens and convenient for travel to the Eden Project & Falmouth Maritime Museum.

Guests enjoy a wide range of award winning breakfasts based on local fresh produce. Licensed and has Broadband Internet access throughout hotel. Free parking available, 5-10 minutes walk to train/bus station & ferry for Isles of Scilly.

From the moment that guests make an enquiry, right through to their departure, the Camilla House aims to provide high levels of customer care and comfort. Detailed travel planning assistance; car hire arrangements; hybrid & mountain bike loan for guests; guided tours; picnic hampers; restaurant bookings and being an Agent for the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company are just some of the many services guests can expect from the Camilla House.