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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I completed my second last day of the Cornwall Coastal Walk so have now done over 100 miles and have just 6 to go. Weather was strange, virtually no sun, just cloudy skies with mist and rain towards the end.
If you are as tired of coastal scenery as I am becoming, you may want to defer looking at the blog until at least 13 June because today and tomorrow are again by the coast and on the 13th I'll be on my way to Paris. However, if you ...
... of the major 19th century mining sites.
Well before I reached Sennen Cove I had my first distant views of Lands End, the most westerly point in both Cornwall and England. Frankly, I feel two weeks of this coastal walk is probably too much. I've now completed about 90 miles (150 kms) and just two days and 17 miles to go.
But there are still some sites ...
... kindly invited us to stay with them. So we joined them in their gorgeous home on the border of Penzance and Newlyn and spent a lovely evening with them, dining on very good seafood at their local, the excellent gastro pub, The Tolcarne Inn. One of the joys of travelling is meeting people, sharing stories and experiences and forging new friendships. We know that one day we will be able to reciprocate in Perth the wonderful hospitality ...
I walked a total of 14 miles over these two days but they were the most difficult sections of the track so far. The scenery was more rugged than previously and keeping with this the track was very rocky in parts even requiring some boulder scrambling. I had to therefore keep my eyes on my feet much of the way.
On Monday 8th June I hiked 6 miles from St Ives to Zennor and today, Tuesday 9th June I did the 8 miles on to Pendeen. Today's track wasn't ...
... to catch up on emails, etc. .Dinner tonight is planned in one of the better restaurants.
And it was very good, food and service. I sat at an upstairs window on the harbour's edge just in time to see the tide coming in. And didn't it come in fast? When I arrived at 6.00 pm all the boats were still sitting firmly on the sand, but within 40 minutes they were all afloat!