This hotel was the place where, in 1805, the news of the great British victory of Trafalgar was... See full review
Jul 12, 2012
Good Friendly Hotel
Manager, Howie and his staff were excellent. Nothing was too much trouble. Hotel had real... See full review
Maura and Col
Jun 11, 2012
The Union Hotel date back to the 17th Century and has featured remarkably in many of the important events in the history of the United Kingdom - In its long history The Union has provided accommodation for Royalty - Prime Ministers and great artistes while assuring all types of travelers of a good meal - a hot bath and a comfortable bed - The hotel occupies a prime position in the centre of Penzance in what is considered to be one of the finest streets in Cornwall - Open all year round the hotel has its own undercover car park for guests - including those staying in the Isles of Scilly - and is close to the harbor - railway and coach station - It is an ideal base from which to explore the beauty of South Cornwall and the Lands End Peninsula - The hotel has been discreetly modernized whilst retaining its traditional theme - Most of the rooms are en-suite and many have superb sea views across Mounts Bay - The Union Hotel prides itself on its reputation for retaining the standards of yesterday in the modern world of today - You will find crisp white sheets - fluffy white towels and - above all - a high standard of care and courtesy from the resident proprietors and their staff
St. Mawgan Airport, (NQY), 42.00, MI, SW; Exeter, (EXT), 117.00, MI, SW; Penzance Heliport, (PZE), 1.00, MI, SW; St. Just Airport, (LEQ), 8.00, MI, E;
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Coffee maker in room
Doctor on call
Cuisine- Bar food
Hours of Operation- 1130 to 1400 Lunch/ 1830 to 2100 Dinner
Dress Code- Casual
Description- Our Theatre Bar - patronized by Charles Dickens during his stay at the hotel - is a genuine Victorian Bar with an interestin
Type- Full Service Restaurant
Cuisine- Traditional with local seafood
Hours of operation-0800 to 0930 Breakfast/ 1130 to 1400 Lunch/ 1830 to 2100 Dinner
Dress Code- Casual
Description- Breakfast served in the beautifully restored Trafalgar Dining Room
Cuisine- Traditional bar food with local seafood
Hours of operation- 1130 to 1400 Lunch/ 1830 to 2100 Dinner
Dress Code- Casual
Description- Enjoy the excellent range of bar food in comfortable surroundings featuring a fascinating col
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Room 8 (a Single) is directly above the bar and as such is subject to a fair amount of noise till 12pm) On my stay there was a Jazz band that made the noise intolerable. Check for live events before you book.
Room shabby - cant see the tv from
the bed, phone not working- same with radio- that kind of thing
This hotel was the place where, in 1805, the news of the great British victory of Trafalgar was first announced. The bar is full of memorabilia, such as Nelson's birth certificate, an original front page of the Times with the news for 21st October
1805, and many other Nelson and navy items. And, good friendly service at a very reasonable price. I'll be back !
Manager, Howie and his staff were excellent. Nothing was too much trouble. Hotel had real character, although some decoration was a little tired. The hotel is in the perfect location for exploring West Cornwall. Loved our stay.