Chy an Gof Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChy an Gof Guesthouse Penzance
I was desperate to find somewhere to stay in Penzance and it was not looking good because the Olympic Torch was scheduled to pass through the next morning and hotels were fully booked. I trudged along with my heavy bags and was delighted to see a vacancy sign on Regent Terrace facing the Promenade and bay. And what a find it was! I had a very comfortable room, lovely English breakfasts, and best of all was the hospitality of Liz Newbery, the proprietor. She was so considerate and informative that I couldn't tear myself away and stayed two extra days.
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