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Chapel House, Penzance, Cornwall

Chapel House
Penzance
Cornwall

TR18 4AQ | View map

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Located in Chapel Street in a Grade II listed mansion, once the Portuguese Consulate, the Penzance Arts Club is a Members Bar, Gallery, Dining Room and Hotel as well as offering guest rooms to visiting non-Members. The Club is at the very heart of West Cornwall's lively arts and music scene. With its bar, drawing room, dining room, gallery, seven bedrooms, large garden and terrace balcony, the Club is a true landmark within one of Cornwall's most creative areas; Penzance's Georgian district. Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange, Stoneman Graphics and Cornwall Contemporary are all closeby in and around Chapel Street while Tate St Ives & Morvah Gallery amongst others are also easily accessible. The other attractions of Chapel Street, Penzance's seafront, Morrab Gardens and Penlee Park are just a few minutes walk away. The Club's Palladian-esque architecture shrouds an interior which is currently undergoing an organic and sympathetic refurbishment. Soft Georgian grey and neutral colour schemes, vintage chandeliers and mirrors, French antique bed frames and a quirky mix of traditional Cornish and British Pop Art all find a home in this clubby, shabby-chic environment.

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