The hotel was beautifully appointed but the access was dismal. Half a mile of unmade up road, very narrow with 2 passing places. Cornwall should be visited only in the winter. We went to several places and were unable to park so missed out on St Ives and Newlyn.
This tavern offers the olde world charm that is Cornwall but the rooms are modern, large and very comfortable. The food was great (full pub on a Tuesday evening in March) and the service throughout the stay was excellent, with any request being delivered by every member of the team. Facilities in the room where great, large bed, lounge area and a great bathroom with a powerful shower, all overlooking the Penzance harbour. Although there is not parking, the street directly behind the tavern has 3hr limited parking, meaning if you arrive after 3pm and leave before mid-day, you will have free parking. Location is also just a 5 minute walk into the town centre, passing the Egyptian house and other town attractions and from the tavern you can also walk the esplanade towards Newlyn. We would stay again and highly recommend the property.
I stay in the hotel with my grandson who was travelling with us and we had a very good experience, mainly because of the staff at the hotel who were very friendly and helpful! They were always ready to help us and be of assistance.
The facilities were comfortable and relaxed.
Traveller from London
The Commercial Hotel is situated in the centre of St Just in the heart of Penwith and makes an ideal base for visitors …More
This was a real surprise - as it was accommodation in an old country home - thought I had got the wrong place as was not easy to find. However, guest accommodation very well appointed, nice linen, good bathroom. Good quality breakfast. This would be an example of the owners taking in guests to help finance an old family home so a different type of B&B experience - but worth it.
Have dietary requirements & needed to leave before official breakfast time so they left a continental breakfast for us the night before; they shopped especially to accommodate my dietary needs. Apart from general friendliness and professionalism that was certainly the extra mile
The most westerly tip of the country is also the wildest part of Cornwall, known for its prehistoric sites, cliff scenery (particularly at Land’s End), raging surf, and tin mining relics. Its most popular settlement is St Ives, a beautiful fishing village and arts centre with its very own Tate gallery and superb beaches. Penzance is a characterful Georgian town, while the nearby soaring island abbey of St Michael’s Mount is a regional icon.
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