Torwood house B & B is a family run guest house which has been run by the same proprietors for over 30 years, we endeavour to provide you with a warm welcome and whether your visit is for business or pleasure we will do our utmost to make your stay a pleasurable one.
ENSURING YOU HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE STAY
In these unprecedented times we would like your visit to the Torwood to be an enjoyable and safe one. Following WHO and government guidelines we are putting the following into place.
Regular cleaning procedures with recorded documentation for the public areas and all rooms prior to guests arriving which will have a more intensive and longer cleaning regime. We are now fogging the public areas and all departure rooms before new arrivals.
Breakfast will be served between 8am and 9am with protective screens in place to protect our diners.
Please wear a mask on entering the breakfast room and when moving about.
Sanitiser is available on arrival, if you have not already done so please use on entering. Please use the QR code if possible.. If anyone feels they are experiencing symptoms of Covid19, please get a member of your party to let us know, we will then deal with the situation. We are available at all times, please use the service bell by the breakfast room or call our mobile 07736614194.
We ask our guests to abide by the government guidelines for your safety and ours. Thank you.
Dating back to the late 1800’s Torwood was built as a large family house. All original doors and features where possible have been retained, in the dining room by the marble fireplace you can see the service bell, that would have been used at that time. Updated with care to provide all rooms with en suite facilities and modern day comforts, we hope that the historical features of the house still remain intact.
The beautiful Victorian house is three stories high and is situated in a large tree lined avenue just off from the seafront, there is unrestricted parking at the front of the house and also a small garden for guests use on those sunny Cornish days.
Just 8 miles lies the stunning outdoor theatre The Minack and three miles the historical St. Michaels Mount, which makes Penzance and the Torwood an ideal base for touring the far west of Cornwall. Also situated 28 miles off the coast are the stunning Isles of Scilly, which can be visited one of two ways, either by boat during the summer months, or plane all year round. There will also be the option of the helicopter in late 2018.
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- Mazey Day (1 mi) A pagan festival celebrating the coming of summer, it consists of parades, street entertainers and various stalls and is usually in the last weekend of June.
- Ghost Hunting (1 mi) A guided tour around the most haunted places in Penzance and St. Ives.
- Peasgood Pharmacy (0.5 mi) Nearest chemist and pharmacist
- Texaco Petrol Station (0.5 mi) Nearest local petrol station
- COOP (0.5 mi) Nearest supermarket and newsagent
- Bed and Breakfast (1 mi) A directory of local accommodation
On making a booking we ask for a non-refundable deposit equivalent to the first nights accommodation. If you cancel your booking less than 14 days before the start of your booking then a full charge will be made on any accommodation not re-let over the reserved period. Every effort will be made to re-let the accommodation on behalf of the customer.