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Gull Cottage

Welcome to Gull Cottage

Shops, pubs, restaurants, cinema, theatre and many art galleries are just minutes away.

A charming double fronted period cottage, one of several found in Queen Street - just a short distance from the seafront and the town centre.
The property, which sleeps 5 plus a baby, offers modern comfort with traditional character. This is an excellent holiday home, offering attractive and comfortable accommodation, in a very convenient location.

Home Sweet Home

A comfortable haven in the conservation area of Penzance.

Gull Cottage
Front Door
Penzance town center

Penzance Town

One hundred yards from the front door. A vibrant centre with small independent shops. Art galleries, a theatre, cinema and many pubs and restaurants.

Penzance Town
Sunny Afternoon

The Shore and Harbour

Just two hundred and fifty yards to the promenade. Turn right for the beach and left for the harbour and Jubilee Pool.

The Harbour


The Cottage has updated windows and external doors, a modern fitten oven & grill, a new boiler and all beds have high quality mattresses. The rear courtyard has been refurbished with new decking.

  • All rooms have gas central heating.
  • We welcome small, well behaved dogs but please do not leave in the cottage unsupervised
  • Regret, NON-SMOKERS only.

The house is comprised of:

  • Lounge, two settees, colour TV with DVD.
  • Dining room, table seats five.
  • Fitted kitchen, built-in oven and hob, fridge, microwave.
  • Bathroom with bath & separate shower.
  • Bedroom 1, double bed.
  • Bedroom 2, one single bed, two bunk beds, camping cot.
  • Outside, delightful historic secluded decked courtyard garden with outside toilet and BBQ.
The Jubilee Pool
There are many pubs and restaurants to be found on the seafront and in the town. Behind the cottage is Chapel Street, one of the oldest and most charming streets in the town, where there are many more inns and eating houses.
The open air bathing pool, beach, harbour, parks, gardens, bowling greens, tennis courts, theatre, art galleries and children's play park are all within easy reach.
St. Michaels Mount
It is an ideal base for exploring the nearby fishing villages of Newlyn and Mousehole to the west while to the east in Mounts Bay can be seen Marazion and St Michaels Mount. To the north the vibrant artists village of St. Ives attracts international visitors to it's winding lanes, harbour and Tate Gallery.
On both north and south coasts beautiful secluded coves, and long sandy beaches are separated by the magnificent rugged coastline along which the renowned coastal path winds its way through a carpet of heather and gorse.



All dates are for the beginning of the week.

6.11.21 - 18.12.21   18.12.21 - 8.1.22
8.1.22 – 12.2.22 12.2.22 – 20.2.22  
20.2.22 – 2.4.22 2.4.22 – 28.5.22 28.5.22 – 4.6.22
  4.6.22 – 23.7.22 23.7.22 – 3.9.22
  3.9.22 – 1.10.22  
1.10.22 – 15.10.22 15.10.22 – 29.10.22  
29.10.22 – 17.12.22   17.12.22 – 7.1.23
7.1.23 – 10.2.23 10.2.23 – 25.2.23  
25.2.23 – 1.4.23 1.4.23 – 27.5.23 27.5.23 – 3.6.23
  3.6.23 – 22.7.23 22.7.23 – 2.9.23
  2.9.23 – 30.9.23  
30.9.23 – 14.10.23 14.10.23 – 28.10.23  
28.10.23 – 16.12.23   16.12.23 – 6.1.24


To enquire about the cottage, availability or to make a reservation, please send an email.
Details regarding the caretaker and the key will be sent with your booking confirmation.