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  • 'Excellent' Sehr freundliche und kompetente Gastgeber. Sehr saubere geschmackvoll eingerichtete Räume.Ausgezeichnetes Frühstück.
    — 5 Stars, Karin Bayersdorff, June 2017
  • Canadians start LEJOG Great send off for our LEJOG. Mark was very cycle friendly and accommodating Great breakfast too. Our room was quiet and very clean. It was central too late night dining on a tree lined street.We couldn't have asked for a better send off
    — 5 Stars, Bob. June 2017 via TripAdvisor
  • Great B&B in Penzance with wonderful hosts Enjoyed four nights here while hiking the South West Coast Path. Mark and Rose cannot be more genuinely kind and welcoming, and they're well used to walkers! My room was immaculate and spacious with an exceptionally comfortable mattress. Breakfast was lovely, and I especially liked the option of smoked salmon every morning. The Tremont is in a nice section of town and only a short stroll away from a number of decent places to eat.
    — 5 Stars via Trip Advisor, Overlander66, June 2017

The Tremont

 

The Tremont B&B is situated in the Conservation area of Penzance in a row of Victorian houses built about 1855 when the railway came to Penzance. The building is set over 3 floors, with many of the original features still remaining.   

 
 

Accommodation at The Tremont B&B

The guest lounge, situated by the front door is always available for your use. Breakfast will be served in the dining room. 

There is ample on road parking in Alexandra Road.

Please note: 

As much as we love them, we do not cater for children under five.

Sorry no pets.

Furnished twin, double or single rooms, all ensuite, with flat screen, digital television, hairdryer, free wifi and complimentary tea, coffee and toiletries.

The Tremont accommodation is 3 floors, there is a double room by the front door if you don’t want to climb stairs.

Rooms are cleaned daily.

 

Things To Do in Penzance

Cycling in Cornwall - Photo from Tejvan Pettinger

Cycling in Cornwall - Photo from Tejvan Pettinger

Cycling

Penzance is a hub for cyclists, either riding through or taking day trips to see the local sights. 

This area of the UK provides a huge array of cycle trails, and spectacular cliff views as you ride your bike along the roads.

Sights of Penzance - Photo by Tnarik Innael

Sights of Penzance - Photo by Tnarik Innael

Walking

Cornwall offers spectacular walking trails suited to everyone. One of the most popular is the South West Coastal Path. This area has the longest coastline in Britain, so take a walk along ancient paths and ways that were originally established by miners, fishermen and farm workers over time.

South West Coastal Path - Tintagel - Photo by Rob Young

South West Coastal Path - Tintagel - Photo by Rob Young

Bird Watching

Cornwall, is one of the UK's premier birdwatching locations as countless unexpected species turn up each year in spring and autumn, migrants blown off course or overshooting their target.

You may even have some sightings along the South West Coastal Path.  

 

Where We Are Located

The Tremont is located in Penzance, which is the most westerly town in Cornwall. We provide a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere for you discover and enjoy the history and delights that Penzance has to offer, it is also conveniently positioned for you to travel further afield, whether by car, bus or train, and explore the stunning scenery and attractions that make West Cornwall so special.