Penmere Manor Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Good winter deal, cosy room, good location for Penryn uni. Heard owl at 9pm, seagulls in the morning. Was able to walk into town (although hills will make you puffed). Has swimming pool and gym if you feel energetic.
Stayed for one night whilst visiting the Uni. Great value and the rate was inclusive of a very good breakfast. The bathroom was huge. With a his and hers sink separate shower cubicle and a large tub. Although looking dated it was clean and stocked with the usual soap and shampoos. In the very large room was a small fridge, desks a table and some chairs as well as two arm chairs. Also had full control of the heating system.
We stayed at the hotel following a section Christmas do and received a favourable rate which included breakfast. On arrival it was raining and the car park is a fair way from the reception, there is an option to drop off closer but it would still require a trip to the car park. The initial brief on arrival was very informative and we were given our room with directions. On entering the room we immediately noticed four very large cobwebs one in plain sight above the desk, the others in the corners, the furniture was damaged chip board and the side of the bath had a hole in it, generally it all looked tired and well worn plus not particularly clean. Our room was located above the hotel entrance so noise from patrons coming and going which made it difficult to rest until all the party goers had finally left. The food was very good and very well cooked as was the breakfast however prices at the bar were a premium with two glasses of wine being £13+. I would recommend the food and the service was excellent but the standard of the room was disappointing.
We had an overnight stay at Penmere for one of their Christmas parties. Check-in was friendly and informative. Our room (no 48) a deluxe room, huge room, two beds, sofa, large bathroom. The room was immaculately clean, it's not modern/chic, but warm, and so comfortable. Our evening, don't you just love Christmas parties! Sorry if you don't but I do! Food, well served, hot, tasty and well presented. Atmosphere, friendly, happy and everyone had a great time. Staff, AND THIS IS WHERE I WANT YOU TO TAKE NOTE...... Every staff member was amazing, lots of young staff, and all a credit to the hotel, the waiting and bar staff who were on duty on the 7th December thank you!! Breakfast, lots of choices , tasty! All in all a great night, thank you Penmere, and a Merry Christmas to you and your staff.
I had an overnight stay here, when we arrived the weather was miserable, cold and wet. We had been planning to have a walk through the town and get something to eat in town. We decided however to stay in the warmth of the hotel and grabbed a meal in the bar. I started with whitebait, it was delicious, beautifully coked, having that lovely dry crispy texture, often missed when too many are put in the pan in one go resulting in sogginess. My friend started with a Water melon dish, which she enjoyed, and we both had the Chicken Curry, a traditional Englsih pub style curry, and enjoyable too. My room was clean, warm and comfortable, spacious,, and the bathroom featured an over-bath shower. Being near the end of a corridor it took a while for the hot water to come through, but it was there. At Breakfast, a full Englsih was ordered, good bacon, and the sausage was OK too, both items where you can sometimes find scimping, but not here.
We booked this hotel late but had a fantastic room and the breakfasts and bar snacka were verh good value, would certInly return. Good check in and helpful friendly staff. There was a gym and swimming pool but I forgot this and did not take my dossier so oils not have a swim but will remember next time.
We stayed at the Penmere Manor hotel mid week as we had a visit booked to view the local uni with our daughter. Lovely large superior room clean and daughter and I enjoyed a lovely swim in the evening. Breakfast nice good choice staff very helpful and friendly. Room was about a five minute walk along corridors to dinning room reception and pool.
One of the most important aspects of a hotel stay is the way that you are welcomed and treated by the hotel staff. Here the welcome was warm and friendly and staff were always helpful and communicative. It makes a pleasant change from some of the chains where this is not always the case. The hotel is away from the normal tourist area of Falmouth which means a long walk or a car/taxi is needed to get to the town and back. We were upgraded on arrival and given rooms looking out over the front garden, one with a glimpse of the sea. The rooms were spotlessly clean and had all the necessary facilities. My partner used the swimming pool which she enjoyed , even though it was not the largest it was not busy and proved a useful addition to the hotel. We did not use the gym,sauna or jacuzzi. We ate in the bar at night the food was well cooked and the portions of good size. It was not a large menu but would suit most tastes. Breakfast was taken in the restaurant and was freshly cooked to order. In particular the bacon and sausages were really tasty and a cut above any we have had in other hotels. We would certainly stay here again, it is a lovely place for weekend at any time of year
I have stayed here several times over the past few years, never been disappointed. room 25 spacious, very clean, pool area spotless, breakfast brilliant, nothing too much trouble. I have stayed in 5* hotels and have not had such good clean rooms and dining area. Staff always polite and friendly.
Stayed recently for 2 nights while down in Falmouth on Business. Check in experience was smooth and we were in the room in no time. Room itself was on the ground floor and adequate, all usual toiletries/tea coffee in place. Iron/board available from reception. Upstairs floors are slightly creeky but this just adds character so wasn’t an issue for me. Free Wi-fi throughout Hotel. Ate in the restaurant one night, food was nice albeit slightly slow in coming out of kitchen, staff were attentive. Breakfast was equally as good. Whilst appreciating we stayed out of season the general theme was the Hotel was rather cold. Heating did come on in the morning and early evening but still felt cold. This wasn’t a major issue more of an observation. Check out was transacted with no issue.
- Free full breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Penmere Manor Hotel places you within a mile (2 km) of Falmouth Art Gallery and Gyllyngvase Beach. This 37-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Falriver Visitor Information Centre and Falmouth Aquarium are also close to this Falmouth hotel.
Start your day off right with a free full breakfast, served each morning from 7 AM to 9:30 AM. This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in British cuisine. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 37 rooms provide coffee makers, phones, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests staying at Penmere Manor Hotel enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is included with your stay. Front-desk staff can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include 2 meeting rooms, a library, and a terrace.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 316 reviews