Location – About Penzance

Come and get creative in “Penzance: Cornwall’s coolest seaside town.”

 Conde Naste Traveller Magazine

 read the full article here: www.cntraveller.com/gallery/penzance-cornwall-things-to-do

And here’s more about Penzance: www.lovepenzance.co.uk

Welcome to  Sarah’ s studio in Clarence House,

a distinguished listed Georgian building

in the Historic Quarter of  Penzance.

Address:  Clarence House, Clarence Street, Penzance TR18 2PA

watercolour workshops in Cornwall

watercolour workshops at Clarence House Penzance

 

Accommodation within walking distance of the studio:

the following properties are all on Chapel Street: one of the most charming streets you could imagine,

in Penzance’s Historic Quarter, with lots of buildings in many historic styles, quirky independent shops,

chic places to stay, pubs and restaurants. And home to Chapel Street Gallery run by Sarah’s husband Nigel,

where you can originals, prints and cards of her work.

The Chapel House Penzance,
(very beautiful newly renovated period house looking
out to sea, here’s a review of it from The Telegraph.
This would be very nice for a special birthday)
http://chapelhousepz.co.uk

The Artist Residence Cornwall;
www.artistresidence.co.uk

The Merchant Trader’sHouse, http://chapelstreethouse.com (Self catering Apartments)

The Egyptian House (Self catering Apartments)

Three apartments in the the famous Georgian period Egyptian House owned by the
Landmark Trust and right across the road from Sarah’s gallery
www.landmarktrust.org.uk

The Chocolate House           (holiday cottage)
(a former fisherman’s cottage,)
https://www.classic.co.uk/holiday-cottage/desc-3794.html

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Hotels in Penzance

Hotel Penzance
lovely elegant hotel, we’ve stayed there lots of times .
The other side of town but less than 20 mins walk
away, great restaurant, too. Parking and a little pool.
www.hotelpenzance.com

The Queens Hotel.
An older, big traditional Victorian hotel on the
promenade with great sea views and five mins walk to
the workshop.( I’ve stayed here too and liked it. Hotel
Penzance is more contemporary but if you like older
style hotels you might like it. Lots of free parking
which is rare for Penzance.)
www.queens-hotel.com

The Beachfield     

The Promenade, Penzance, TR18 4NW.      http://www.beachfield.co.uk/

Bed & Breakfasts

Agapanthus Guest House on the lovely Morrab Road,  5 mins walk from both sea and in the other direction, my studio   https://www.agapanthusguesthouse.co.uk/

a budget air BnB  in a Georgian town house on the same road as my studio that one of my  students liked:  and you can find them on the Air B&”B website by typing in ” Single or Double room Penzance”  Tel: Judi 07816 653311      8 Clarence Street, Penzance

Any of the following Guest Houses on Regent’s Terrace in  Penzance, are nice, especially if you can get a sea view room. It’s a terrace of Georgian houses facing out to sea.

Camilla House, http://www.camillahouse.co.uk

Blue Seas, https://www.blueseashotel-penzance.co.uk/

Lombard House, https://www.lombardhousehotel.co.uk

Warwick House https://www.warwickhousepenzance.co.uk/