Whether you are heading to the Scillonian or need somewhere to leave the car whilst you holiday in Penzance, take advantage of this list of Penzance Park & Ride services and long-stay car parks. After a long drive, it can be awfully tempting to squeeze the car into the first vacant spot to catch your […]
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Is Penzance to antique shops what Hay-on-Wye is to booksellers? These stores that specialise in the yesteryear are often an overlooked element of the high street, but it’s worth giving some thought. They may not have the verve of restaurants, the coolness of cafés or the glamour of art galleries, yet they have a distinct […]
Murmurs of starlings flutter in the Penzance sky and the flower beds of St Michael’s Mount are beginning to bloom again; it has been a difficult winter, but the spring has begun to shine through. A holiday in Cornwall is on the horizon. Few words can describe how good it will be to welcome guests […]
Sightseeing begins not once you step off the train, but once you step on it. The Penzance to St Ives train is a picturesque gem worth far more than the £4 asking price; far more than the typical drudgery of travelling from A to B. Where possible, seat yourself comfortably on the right-hand side of […]
Newly renovated for 2021, the Victorian promenade leads the way for much to come in Penzance’s future – G7 accommodation and beyond. The traditional calm of a Cornish summer, home to azure waves and sunny TV dramas, is set to make way for a drama of a very different kind. From the 11th to the […]
Poldark and pasties? Think again. Open your eyes to a new Cornwall as it hosts the G7 summit, urges Mark Duddridge. ‘The Cornish are remarkable for their sanguine temperament, their indomitable perseverance, their ardent hope in adventure, and their desire for discovery and novelty.’ Not my words sadly but those of George Henwood, writing in […]
“Wherever there’s a hole in the ground, you’ll find a Cornishman.” Less than 10 miles from Carbis Bay, Penzance has many connections to the member states arriving at the UK G7 Summit in June 2021. The rich mining heritage of the wider West Cornwall area led to the hardy workmanship of these parts becoming in […]
Renewable Energy Trends to Expect in 2021 by Emily Folk Thursday, 14 January 2021 Green energy becomes more accessible every year because the industry continues to gain support. People want to be eco-friendly in their personal lives and support companies that use sustainable business practices. Industry experts should learn about which renewable energy trends to […]
Iconic Lido dining Jubilee Pool Cafe The Jubilee Pool cafe menus aim to offer the high quality, fresh, locally sourced produce you have come to expect from us, whilst allowing us to operate efficiently with a reduced team. The coffee is supplied by Yallah Coffee Roasters, Falmouth. Yallah passionately roast single origin speciality coffee from […]
Thank you to the Penzance BID for the list of restaurants, cafes and Pubs that will be open in Penzance from the 4th July Penzance Opening Information 4th July 2020
Contact Woodstock Guest House
Woodstock Guest House
29 Morrab Road
Tel: 01736 369049
How to find us:
Take the A30 into Penzance, staying in the left-hand lane as you pass the railway station. This road will take you along the seafront. Morrab Road is the turning before the Queens Hotel and Woodstock Guest House is 200 metres on the right.