Originally built by a captain of one of the Cornish Packets ships that once transported post around the world from Falmouth the Penmere Manor today carries some of that heritage into the present to create a uniquely traditional place to stay along Cornwall s beautiful coastline. Today it is a family-run hotel with a strong emphasis on creating a welcoming home away from away for its guests. Rooms which offer views over the gardens or the sea are modern and tastefully furnished. Each offer digital TVs and en suite bathrooms, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The hotel s bar and restaurant serves drinks and local dishes to help guests unwind after taking advantage of the on-site leisure complex, including a gym and swimming pool. There is also opportunities for business guests: The Passingham Room has free Wi-Fi and air conditioning, and enough room for a meeting of up to 30 people or a meal for 40. The Boardroom seats 12. Guests travelling bar road will also be treated to free parking at the hotel.
The Manor Restaurant offers fine dining with delicious food using fresh natural ingredients from local suppliers specially selected by our Head Chef.
- Restaurant Type: Full Service Restaurant
- Cuisine Type: Continental
- Number of seats: 80
- Opening Hours:
0700 to 0930
1900 to 2100
- Meals Served:
Part of the Penmere Manor Hotel s charm is its relative isolation. Located in the bottom left hand corner of England, this charming seaside town is far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It s easy to relax here Gyllyngvase Beach (1.3mi/ 2.0km) is a lovely little place to swim and sunbathe in the summer, and has an excellent cafe. The town centre (1.4mi/ 2.3km) is only 30 minutes away from the hotel on foot, and is home to the National Maritime Museum and the legendary Jacob s Ladder, a very steep set of stars bridging two of Falmouth s hilly streets, with a welcoming pub at the very top to quench your thirst. Elsewhere, there is the fascinating Tudor-era Pendennis Castle at the mouth of the River Fal (2.3mi/ 3.7km). Falmouth s isolation makes it somewhat difficult to reach. The nearest train station, Penmere (0.5mi/ 0.8km) goes towards Truro, from which the rest of the country is accessible. The A39 road, 10 minutes away (3.4mi/ 5.5km), goes towards the M5 and beyond.