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 back to Penzance. The Victorian promenade is looking trim after its winter renovations, Jubilee Pool is heading for its first summer season with geothermal capabilities and the G7 Summit in Carbis Bay will bring an extra zest to the region. Penzance is very much raring to go.
Those quietest of winter months have not been frittered away; many businesses in Penzance have taken the opportunity to make improvements, including at Woodstock Guest House where tablets have been added to all of the bedrooms. While the trusty pen-and-paper format remains available for the traditionalists, these tablets are installed with an app through which to order your cooked breakfasts during your stay – a seamless solution to help minimise contact whilst maximising comfort during your holiday in Cornwall.
Safety remains paramount, but it needn’t come at the cost of relaxation. At Woodstock, each bedroom now has its own individual dining room – perfect for working as well as unwinding – while sanitiser points and routine cleaning offer that extra peace of mind. With Morrab Gardens just around the corner from this Penzance accommodation, there are ample opportunities to stretch out and sunbathe in your own chosen spot without ever needing to worry about the bustle of crowds.
Right from the point of parking, into those long sunny evenings and through past the moment your breakfast is brought to you in your own secluded space, allow your tensions of the past year to dissipate like a sugar cube sinking into a hot cup of tea.