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Gwyndra House has been a delightful place to stay. Our Host and hostess have both been friendly, helpful, interested and interesting. Jackie has made and provided for wonderful breakfasts. While there is a time beyond which she does not serve, there evidently is NOT a time before which she does not serve. We have had a couple of relatively early mornings and she was there o see to our breakfasts with a smile on her face and the weather report. Our room (the yellow room) has very comfortable beds, a well-provided on-suite and has been very quiet. It is serviced daily and even has fresh flowers! We highly recommend this B&B.
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Another great day in Cornwall. We knew we would love coming back here and we have not been disappointed! Even the weather has gone out of its way to make us welcome! Thanks!!
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