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Inns in Sennen

The Old Success Inn
Sennen Cove
Sennen
Cornwall

TR19 7DG | View map
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Situated on one of Cornwall's most stunning bays, the Old Success is a beautiful 17th century fisherman's inn, which has been transformed into comfortable, modern rooms and apartments while retaining its charm and character.
Over the years, The Old Success has been sympathetically modernised to improve its accommodation, bar and other facilities. It currently has a bar (it is one of west Cornwall's most popular pubs), twelve bedrooms and three self-catering apartments. However, The Old Success retains its character and charm.
Sennen Cove is a breathtakingly beautiful location, with its clear blue sea and fine sands. It features frequently in guides as one of Britain's best beaches and many people know it as "the bay where the dolphins play". The Old Success enjoys magnificent views overlooking the beach and Whitesand Bay towards The Brisons rocks and Cape Cornwall, the only cape in England. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
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