A stylish Georgian town house in Penzance
No.33 Chapel Street is a Grade II-listed property and one of the oldest houses in Penzance, dating back to around 1700. Today it offers stylish, characterful self-catering accommodation in the heart of Penzance, providing an excellent base for exploring the Land’s End Peninsula at Cornwall’s western tip.
Eating & drinking
Light, bright, full-sized kitchen with breakfast bar island, Gaggia espresso machine, A-rated fridge and Smeg dishwasher. The kitchen is stocked with basics – tea, sugar, fresh coffee, Cornish Sea Salt, pepper, oil – and our Cornish welcome hamper includes red and white wine, Cornish cheese, artisan bread and Cornish chocolates.
We know how important a good night’s sleep is, which is why we have great beds, with great mattresses, goose-down duvets, pure Egyptian cotton bed linen and super-comfort pillows.
The family-sized bathroom features a deep, rolltop bath and a walk-in power shower with unlimited hot water (and sea views). We provide a range of miniatures for our guests from the sweet-smelling Pecksniffs, the last independent British fragrance house, and big fluffy towels.
In the snug at the front, there is an open fire with a supply of coal and kindling; comfy sofas and velvet armchairs; internet-enabled plasma TV screen (iPlayer is auto-updated daily); a DVD library of great films; a library of books, from easy reads to literary classics; and modern Cornish art on the walls. There’s also a private sunny garden and patio at the back with table and chairs.
Bits & bobs
Check-in is from 4pm and departure by 10.30 am. We understand that sometimes life gets complicated so we can fit in with your travel plans if you have a chat with us in advance. Parking can be tricky on the streets of Penzance – so we supply a permit to park off-street five minutes from your front door. Mobile phones work throughout and there’s also free WiFi, a CD player and iPod dock. Dogs and children welcome.
The No.33 Guide
Once your booking is confirmed, we will email you ‘The Guide’, our unique insider guide to Penzance and the surrounding Land’s End Peninsula.
It includes the best places to eat and drink, as well as don’t-miss sights, beaches, gardens and attractions. We’ve provided all the details so you can plan your own itinerary, but if you’d prefer, we can book the best tables, organise tickets and arrange activities. Just ask. For a preview of things to do while staying in Penzance, click here.