The Pendennis Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Pendennis Guest House Penzance
The Pendennis is situated in a position just away from the noise of the main part of town, but with two easy walking routes into the heart of the shops and restaurants.
Our room was lovely and the hosts were most helpful. Breakfast was well priced and suitably filling
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