Bell Cottage is a period-style, single-storey cottage built in 1997 as an extension to The Bell House, which is reputed to have been the refectory of a monastery originally on the site during the 12th Century. Situated on the outskirts of the ancient town of Penryn, the cottage is approached through the lovely landscaped grounds of Kernick Park.
Bell Cottage which accommodates two people, is accessed from the Garden Room and Reception Hall of The Bell House and is very comfortable and furnished in traditional style. French doors lead out from the spacious living room to a pretty private garden with paved patio area and recliner chairs. There is a double bedroom with King sized bed, fitted wardrobes and drawer unit. The shower room has an extra large shower cubicle with folding seat and handrails. The kitchen is equipped with an eye-level electric cooker, ceramic hob, microwave and refrigerator. Bed linen and towels are provided and there is full double glazing and gas central heating.
There is free WiFi and all guests are provided with a "welcome" supply of breakfast groceries with our compliments.
The cottage is set within an old walled garden which has been developed into a courtyard of attractive character properties, overlooking formal flower beds and a pretty central fountain. The location is peaceful, quiet and traffic-free.
There is private parking space for guests and, being all on one level, Bell Cottage is suitable for guests with limited mobility.
The owners place great importance on providing a very warm welcome, an accompanied introduction to the cottage and are readily available if you need help or information during your stay