Built in 1860 at a time when buildings were created with tremendous craftsmanship. The high ceilings, stained glass feature windows and mosaic floor of the entrance hall showcase their skill. The walls are constructed from solid granite stone, cut into blocks and sculpted to shape. Treventon is well protected from harsh winter weather.
Located just steps away from the promenade and only ten minutes walk into the thriving town centre, Treventon is an ideal base from which to visit Cornwall.
Penzance has excellent shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels and guesthouses. The town has been a popular tourist resort since the 17th century when the railway was established and trade with the rest of the country opened up.
A visit to Cape Cornwall is a must whilst you are in West Penwith. The scenery is stunning whatever the weather – amazing in a storm; idyllic on a balmy summer’s day; tranquil in autumn and a rush of colour in spring as flowers occupy the grassy cliffs.