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... here for 3 nights and we throughly enjoyed our stay the room was nice with a modern but nuteral decor nice personal...
... you know young children can be noisey. Food was average. Our room was damp as our bed sheets and pillows felt damp when we...
... have a cup of tea in the lounge or garden while we get your room ready, as you might expect everywhere else. We were simply...
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John acorn wrote a review Aug 2019
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Me and my wife stayed here for 3 nights and we throughly enjoyed our stay the room was nice with a modern but nuteral decor nice personal touches the veiw was absolutely amazing looking out to St Michael's Mount while enjoying our freshly cooked breakfast along with a range of condiments each morning lynda and Rob went above and beyond to make us feel welcome plenty of parking great views we will be back to stay here again
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Helen wrote a review Aug 2019
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We stopped at this guest house so we are closer to family as we was on a family holiday. Felt like we was walking around on egg shells as we felt like we had to be quiet. Not good if you have young children as you know young children can be noisey. Food was average. Our room was damp as our bed sheets and pillows felt damp when we came back from our day. Rob the owner wasn't a man of many words seemed rude when you spoke to him. Lynda the owner is very particular for example at breakfast if things is not on the correct mats for example tea and coffee. The only thing was good was the view. Very expensive for a night for what you get. We won't be staying here again.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Aequitas6 wrote a review Jun 2019
Scotland, United Kingdom243 contributions143 helpful votes
We booked this place as we wanted to stay in the area and there were limited options for dog friendly places. They sent an email asking when we would be arriving,
I told them in the early afternoon and arrived about an hour before the official check in. When we arrived the door was locked but upon ringing the bell a man came to the door. Rather than the welcome come in and have a cup of tea in the lounge or garden while we get your room ready, as you might expect everywhere else. We were simply told “check in is not until 3:00” and the door was shut in our face and locked again in case we tried to sneak in.

I think they skipped lecture 1a on the first day at hospitality school. First impressions lingered but nothing could alleviate them.

In the reception and on the door, takes pride of place, a bronze award from Tripadvisor in 2014. There was no evidence that they had sought to maintain that standard or improve upon it since.

There are pleasant views to be had from the property over the bay but it is a pity that they couldn’t do a little gardening as to sit outside and enjoy the view would be a great asset. The downside of the location is that it is up a steep hill so unless you are fairly mobile you will need transport.

Our room was on the small side with bland and boring decor that was a little tired. The wardrobe doors are mirrored reminiscent of the 1970’s. The bathroom was more modern, functional and clean but 25 % of the lightbulbs on the feature mirror didn’t work.

In the room was a tea tray with a selection of teas, coffee but no hot chocolate. Some biscuits but nothing gluten free for my coeliac wife though they were aware of her dietary requirements.

The 1st night we had some wine in the room. The next day two wine glasses were left out for us, made of plastic! We were definitely in the wrong place.

Breakfast was a miserable affair with small amounts of fruit, yoghurt and nuts. The bowls were tiny in an apparent attempt to limit the quantity you could eat. Orange juice was brought out in a thimble but I didn’t have the courage to ask for a refill. There was a cooked breakfast as well but I felt guilty eating the sausage as it seemed far too small to have been taken from it’s mother. The misery was compounded on the second day as the hostess was clearly distressed at something and was only barely civil. The atmosphere could be cut with a knife. We never found out what the problem was, better not to ask.

With much regret we can’t recommend this place and we won’t be back.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Lynda B, Owner at Panorama Guest House
Responded 29 Jul 2019
Thank you for taking the time to post such a comprehensive review of your recent stay with us. We really enjoyed reading your comments and it, along with the reviews of all the other places you have visited, has given us, our friends and our other happy guests many hours of entertainment.
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Peter M wrote a review Apr 2019
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I’ve been staying regularly here for over a year, for courses at the Newlyn School of Art you can’t get closer...literally a minute’s walk! A 10 minute walk down the impressive hill to the town centre, where you can get a bus to Mousehole (less than 10 minutes away) or Penzance. The local Cinema is great for cult films and has a lovely food bar. Back at Panorama, Lynda and Rob have always been top rate hosts, Lynda’s breakfasts (and the wide choice of menu) are to die for. The room I have always booked (3) has a fantastic view over Mounts Bay, and it always beautifully prepared, very comfortable Thoughtful touches like wine glasses appear when you’re out for the day if your hosts have spotted a bottle of wine in your room! One lovely final touch. We accidentally left my wife’s two tops in the chest of drawers, when I spotted them missed I contacted Lynda who reassured me she’d put them to one side for me to pick up on my next visit, bless her! The walk back up the hill from town centre cold be quite an undertaking for those not up to it, but if you’re not in the mood for a stiff walk up the hill after a meal in town a taxi from the taxi company near The Cinema gets you back to Panorama for only a few pounds....worth it!
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Linda wrote a review Aug 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom38 contributions14 helpful votes
We stayed here in the middle of August on a walking holiday. The owners were lovely and welcoming and very helpful. A very well run business. The Breakfast was delicious, and the room was nice and clean.

They can pick you up from Penzance station as the property is up a steep hill. You can catch a Mousehole bus to Newlyn which takes you halfway up the hill if you wish.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Choose a spacious room with a view.
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