Pensalda Guest House
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Spotless no dust or dirt comfy night sleep, and the owner is very friendly and helpful. Accommodating in all aspects from can't do enough during breakfast or when you ask for any help. Would stay here again. Thank you for a great stay. Standard double room with brand new shower en-suite, flat screen Freeview TV and tea and coffee making facilities.

Large south facing window with blackout blinds, overlooking our lovely garden area. Solid pine bed and chests of drawers Hanging rail for extra storage and 2 large mirrors with dark wood hand made frames. Standard double shower en-suite room with flat screen LED TV with streaming channels such as iplayer and Netflix (need own sign in ID) and tea and coffee making facilities.

Solid pine standard double bed and large chest of drawers, dressing table/desk with drawers, mirror and stool, 2 comfortable chairs. Large wardrobe. North facing bay window with a distant sea view. Free WiFi. Deluxe double shower en-suite ground floor room with a solid pine standard double bed, 2 seater sofa, coffee table, 42 flat screen LED Freeview TV, tea and coffee making facilities, two solid pine chests of drawers and a hanging rail for extra storage.
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read more › Pensalda Guest House is a small, family-run bed and breakfast in Newquay, on the Atlantic north coast of Cornwall. Perfect for a staycation and 10 minutes walk to the nearest beach, we offer affordable and comfortable accommodation for couples and families with a homely and relaxed atmosphere. We have en-suite double rooms and family rooms with comfy beds, free guaranteed parking and WiFi. Newly refurbished throughout! There's something for all ages in Newquay, and Pensalda Guest House is perfect for short breaks, walking holidays, beach goers, festival goers, couples, families, adventure seekers, surfers, golfers and nature lovers.

read more › Porth Beach is a large, family friendly sandy beach only 10 mins walk from Pensalda it has a sheltered aspect being protected by headlands on both sides. Great for bodyboarding and kayaking! Lifeguarded in summer months. Porth island to the east, which can be accessed by a narrow footbridge, has some impressive prehistoric defensive earthworks and the remains of a Bronze Age settlement as well as impressive views across the bay and towards Trevose Head lighthouse. There is a family friendly pub called The Mermaid right on the beach and cafes and shops nearby.

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