PENZANCE is famous for being
one of the sunniest and friendliest of West Country towns and is easy to explore on foot.
It faces south across Mount's Bay which ensures that the town gets all available sunlight. Penzance boasts many gardens including the Morrab Sub-Tropical Gardens,
Penlee Park, Bolitho Gardens, the noted gardens of Trengwainton (National Trust)
and the Tremenheere Sculpture Garden.
Penzance has the longest promenade in Cornwall and a busy harbour where you can sail away for a day trip to the Isles of Scilly or on pleasure/fishing trips.
Penzance also has a wide variety of shops and restaurants, pubs and cafes to suit all tastes. It is an ideal base when exploring the places of interest in West Cornwall.
St. Michael's Mount, Mousehole, Lamorna Cove, Land's End, St. lves, Minack open air Theatre and of course the many ancient Celtic antiquities in the area - Merry Maidens, Lanyon Quoit, Men an Tol and Chysauster Ancient Village to name a few - are all within easy reach of Halcyon in Chyandour Square.
Halcyon is ideal for walking as we are just 5 minutes away from the coastal footpath
and there are many inland walks also for you to enjoy the breathtaking scenery.