Penwith Studios, Lands End
- Land's End ,
- West Cornwall
- Beach / Coastal |
- Chic and Stylish |
- Romantic |
- Sea Views
About Penwith Studios, Lands End
Penwith Studios offers luxury accommodation at the very heart of Land’s End, England’s most westerly point, steeped in myth and legend and providing the perfect luxury place to stay to explore this stunning area of Cornwall.
There are four luxury en-suite studio rooms to choose from, each with their own distinctive character and personality designed for a luxury, relaxing and memorable place to stay in Cornwall.
What you’ll love
- First and foremost, the views! Binoculars are provided in your room to enjoy full benefit of enjoy the stunning sea views that Penwith Studios offers. As you gaze at the sea views from your room, it’s not hard to be inspired by the stunning coastal scenery that stretches for miles around. The iconic Longships Lighthouse can be seen off the coast and on a clear day you’ll be able to see the Isles of Scilly in the distance.
- Spacious modern rooms with a luxury hotel feel.
- Private and picturesque outdoor courtyard.
- Comfortable beds, peace and quiet at night.
Each of the four spacious studios offer modern luxury with subtle traditional flourishes. Whichever room you choose, you’ll be staying in comfort, luxury and style, whilst enjoying spectacular sea views.
Deluxe sea view room – Boasts all of the luxury that Penwith has to offer, with added comfort and easy access.
Deluxe sea view room – The room itself has window seats to make the most of the stunning views and its own commissioned artwork.
Superior sea view room – Features a grand vaulted ceiling and has been designed with bespoke furniture and artwork.
Deluxe sea view room – The modern room has a light and spacious bathroom with a bath and shower.
Strolling along the surrounding family-friendly paths, above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic ocean, you may find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, seals, dolphins and porpoises too.
If you walk around the corner from Sennen, along the South West Coast Path, you can spot in the distance a shipwreck cast upon the rugged shoreline. And near St Buryan in west Penwith, you’ll find the Merry Maidens Neolithic stone circle, which is beautifully preserved and well worth visiting. Land’s End is a mystical landscape with surprises at every turn; you’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time to an age filled with magic and beauty.
Explore the most westerly point of England and discover the secrets of this history-steeped landscape. From shipwrecks to stone circles and everything in-between, it really is a magical landscape where the land ends to meet the sea.