Historic townhouse Chapel House sits proudly above Penzance’s working harbour, providing guests with unrivalled views in an environment you could only dream of.
Within, Georgian style and architecture blended with contemporary comfort and design gives guests multiple spaces and opportunities to unwind, while providing an excellent base to explore the local area from.
Six rooms and two private suites are available to you for your comfort, each featuring its own bespoke design and elegant touches.
Also good to know is guests can hire the whole house, providing a great opportunity to gather friends and family together under one stunning roof.
While the bedrooms at Chapel House are simply lovely, we’d suggest splurging for a suite as a luxury treat for yourself and a significant other or a friend. Both suites have wood-burning stoves and are ideal for an autumn, winter or spring getaway.
Feeling a little stressed out or tired? There’s no need to worry as the Chapel House’s therapist has you in good care, offering a wide range of treatments and therapies.
If all that luxury and relaxation has you missing a little hustle and bustle, then on Friday and Saturday evenings Chapel House’s chefs allow diners into their domain for Kitchen Suppers. Described as convivial and informal events, this experience alone is worth a trip to the boutique hotel.
But of course, the main restaurant is on hand should you prefer something a little more traditional and serves delicious food. All ingredients are sourced from a list of well-known and trusted suppliers, meaning you’re going to have a great meal no matter what.
Wined, dined and pampered, when you’re ready to leave Chapel House there’s plenty to do in Penzance. The town itself beautiful and has remained mostly unchanged for centuries.
For a Poldark fan’s, the wider Penwith Peninsula is home to the Cornish Mining World Heritage Museum, featuring many recognisable scenes from the series.