Cornwall is unbelievably beautiful. This ancient Celtic kingdom has wild moorlands, blue sea, and soft pale sand that attract tourists from all around the world. Its beautiful coastline is perfect for walking or even just admiring the scenery. Despite its worldwide popularity as a premium holiday destination, this country still manages to retain its tradition as well as a sense of isolation. Hidden inside the stone walls of fishermen’s cottages and farmhouses are modern apartments, bars, and restaurants where celebrity chefs serve up the best seafood. The culture is unique and friendly and there is no better way to immerse in Cornwall’s culture and beauty than by staying in a bed and breakfast that offer a more intimate, friendly, and peaceful accommodation for any type of visitor. Are you planning to visit Cornwall next holiday season? Here are our top recommendations for B&Bs in Cornwall.
Venton Vean is a classy little B&B located in a quiet street and not too far from the seafront. It is very close to the center of Penzance and is very affordable. This beautiful B&B is hidden inside an artfully restored and stylish period house. The rooms are designed to be romantic and interesting with a little touch of luxury. All rooms are equipped with king-size beds, TVs with Netflix (the owner also have a set of DVDs available for guests to borrow), hairdryers, digital radio alarms, as well as a tea and coffee tray. If you don’t feel like getting out of bed or the weather is not the greatest to travel, staying in the B&B will keep you entertained. Free Wi-Fi can be accessed in the house and garden. Every room also has an en-suite bathroom with a shower or bathtub. The food is homemade and you can be sure to receive homemade cake upon your arrival. You can also tell the host about your dietary requirements as they regularly cater to vegetarian, gluten-free, and coeliac diets.
Situated in Mevagissey, a historic working fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall, Trennicks offer a beautiful view for its guests. It is not far from the center of the village, South West Coastal Path, and Lost Gardens of Heligan. All of the rooms are en-suite and luxurious. These rooms have kingsize or super king/twin beds, superior view, TVs with DVD players, iPod docking stations, hospitality trays with a variety of hot drinks choices, hairdryers, and books, to make sure your stay is as enjoyable as possible. Every room has its own bathroom with a powerful shower. You can start the day by enjoying their fresh home-cooked breakfast with a grandstand view of St. Austell Bay and Mevagissey harbor.
Churchtown Farmhouse is a small yet luxurious B&B set inside an incredibly restored and furnished farmhouse in North Cornwall. It is nestled in a secluded and tranquil rural hamlet, but only minutes away from the coast and the harbor town of Padstow. The sandy beaches of Porthcothan, Harlyn, Mawgan Porth, Constantine, Treyarnon and Trevone are just 10 minutes away from this B&B. This beautiful B&B offers a friendly, informal, services with realistic prices. They provide double and twin rooms, a beautiful garden, and spacious guest areas. The rooms are designed for comfort and each room has artwork to reflect the Cornish lifestyle and landscape. You can enjoy tea and coffee, homemade cookies, a fridge with complimentary snacks, radio, TV, hairdryer, and a range of books to keep you entertained during your stay.
Tubbs Mill House
The building of this unique B&B is a 300-hundred-year-old house that was once the main house to a working mill. The house has been tastefully restored and now has 3 incredible bedrooms. These rooms are packed with a TV with DVD player, radio, and tea and coffee tray. It is situated in an area known as the Roseland Peninsula, exactly a mile from The South-West Coastal Path, at the bottom of a valley and bordered by the River Luney. Its location makes this B&B a peaceful and secluded place to stay, far off the beaten track. Although it is secluded, it has easy access to numerous attractions in Cornwall. The nearest local attractions include the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trelissick Gardens, Caerhays Castle, and Lanhydrock House. When you arrive at Tubbs Mill House, the owners will greet you with tea and homemade cake. They can also make homemade scones if you want!