Hidden House, Penzance
Tucked away in the prettiest part of town, this hidden gem will rival any boutique hotel.
At a glance
Sleeps 2.
1 bedroom. 1 bathroom
Friday arrival/departure
Sorry no children
1 dog welcome at £25 per week
Free Wi-Fi
Wood burner with first basket of logs supplied
Parking permit provided for nearby car park
Seafront within 500 yards
Shops within 500 yards
Pub within 500 yards
What makes it Fabulous?

  • The incredible interior of this fabulous bolthole.
  • Pottering into town for café culture and curio browsing.
  • Heading down to the seafront to swim in the art deco Jubilee Pool.
  • Walking to Newlyn to buy fresh fish to cook at home.
Bursting with colour and full of fun, this beautiful bolthole is perfectly placed to explore Penzance, voted by the New York Times as one of the top places to visit in 2017!

Inside Story

Occupying the ground and lower ground floors of a gorgeous Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, hidden house has lofty high ceilings, beautiful big sash windows and a great sense of space.

Entry at is at ground floor where you will find the fabulous sitting room with its incredible colour scheme and cosy wood burning stove. The tropical themed bedroom is also on this floor as is the super spacious bathroom with geometric design.
A staircase leads down to the lower ground floor kitchen diner. Another great space in pastel pink and yellow, it invites a sense of fun!

Outdoor Living

Hidden House does not have any private outdoor space but there are two beautiful parks on the doorstep. Morrab Sub tropical gardens are stunning at any time of year and Penlee Park is great for dog walking and only moments away.

Out and About

Hidden House sits within the Georgian heart of Penzance where pastel coloured houses and palm trees line the streets. The town centre is moments by foot where you will find some great café’s, old inns and super restaurants. The town offers an eclectic mix of shops; head to Chapel Street for galleries, antiques and curio.

Penzance seafront is home to the only promenade in Cornwall and one of the longest in Europe. Take a stroll along to Newlyn, swim in the art deco Jubilee Pool or simply grab fish and chips and sit and enjoy the view.
If it’s a sandy beach you crave then head for Long Rock between Penzance and Marazion or head out to Praa Sands in the east or Porthcurno (home of the Minack Theatre) in the west.

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