Stay, relax and explore
We welcome you to Dunedin Guest House in Penzance, Cornwall where we endeavour to provide our guests with a friendly, relaxing stay with the very best quality service.
Our Guest House
Dunedin is a large Victorian Guest House built in 1886. It is situated in Alexandra Road, a wide tree-lined avenue leading to the seafront. It is only a few minutes walk to the promenade and sheltered bay.
On the edge of Penzance town centre, but within a few minutes walk, Dunedin Guest House is also ideally situated to visit the pubs, restaurants, and a variety of other shopss. Its central location and excellent road links allow easy and convenient access to the best sights in Penwith, and many believe the best England has to offer.
Our sleeping accommodation consists of 7 tastefully furnished bedrooms which blend modern facilities with traditional decor.
All our bedrooms are en-suite, with 32” FreeView TV’s, tea/coffee making facilities. Some have dining facilities including a table and chairs. Free Wi-Fi is provided by BT superfast broadband. Fridges are also available upon request.
The bedrooms are situated over three floors. There is one double room on the ground floor if you are unable to manage the stairs.
Please note: Sorry we are unable to accommodate pets.
Breakfast is included in the room rate. Enjoy a delicious breakfast in our dining room situated on the ground floor. Help yourself from a choice of cereals, selection of yogurts, and fruit fruit. You may also like to choose from a selection of hot cooked options specified on the menu which includes a full English breakfast, tea, coffee and fruit juices.
We can cater for most dietary needs. Please inform us of these when booking.
A perfect place for a getaway
Penzance is located on the south-westerly tip of England, nestled in the centre of Mounts Bay. Penzance is Cornwall’s largest and most westerly borough with its location an ideal base for a holiday in West Cornwall.
From the promenade, St. Michael’s Mount can be seen across Mounts Bay and the fishing village of Newlyn can be seen nestling on the other side of the bay.
The coastline around the Land’s End Peninsula is dominated by the grandeur of the cliffs, which overlook the pristine sandy beaches and clear blue seas. Not to be outdone, the miles of rugged Cornish countryside and moors are dotted with ancient Celtic monuments and remnants of the rich mining history of the area.
Penzance is also the gateway to the Isles of Scilly with its Heliport and Ferry service. Some of the other attractions in the West Cornwall area include Land’s End, St, Michael’s Mount, Mousehole, St Ives, the Minack Theatre, Penlee Museum and many more.