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Shoreline Guest House
17 Marine Terrace
The Promenade

Penzance
Cornwall

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Sea view rooms have amazing views of St Michael’s Mount, Mounts Bay and Newlyn. At the front of the guesthouse, there is a Sun deck garden facing the sea, where guests may sit, relax and take in the stunning views. Located just a short walk away from Penzance’s main street, Shoreline is perfectly suited for both business and leisure guests. All rooms are ensuite, with contemporary decor and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. It is an ideal base for travellers to the west of Cornwall, being close to St Michael’s mount, Newlyn, Mousehole, Lands End and St Ives. Rail, bus and air transport are situated nearby, plus ferries and helicopters go from Penzance to the Isles of Scilly. Breakfast is taken in the sea facing dining room, or outside on the sun filled patio in the summer months. Breakfast is included and you have a choice of our delicious cooked Cornish Breakfast, or try one of our specials; creamy scrambled eggs, served on toasted english muffins with smoked salmon or French-style pancakes, stuffed to the brim with fresh banana, blueberries, cornish clotted cream and maple syrup.

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