Reasons to Choose Us
- 2 minute walk to the coastal path
- Fantastic sea and harbour views
- 2 minute walk into center of village
- Free Wi-Fi available
- Credit and Debit cards accepted
- Extensive breakfast menu
- Residential Bar
BedroomsAll our rooms are elegantly furnished, all en-suit with showers , hospitality trays, hairdryers, shower gel, towels, Freeview Tv, Free WF. Premium rooms have outstanding views over the harbour and king size beds. Our Twin room is a large room with a double and a single bed at opposit ends of the room.
All Major Credit and Debit Cards are accepted.
Bar/Bar loungeWhy not join us for a leisurely evening in the bar lounge and listen to the An Mordros (the sound of the surf in Cornish). We have recently redecorated to an elegant maritime them.
RestaurantRelax and enjoy traditional home cooking from our English style breakfast menu or a selection from our cold buffet in our cosy dining room.
Front PatioEnjoy the amazing view of the historic harbour of Porthleven which offers an unusual combination of a busy bustling life and tranquility. Depending on the tides and weather, you may also watch local fisherman landing their catch or mending their nets and making crab pots in a traditional way on the quay side.
Our guest house accommodation is situated only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village, where you will find plenty of gift shops, restaurants, traditional pubs, cafes and galleries. Depending on the tides and weather you may also encounter local fishermen landing their catches. They still mend their nets and make crab pots in a traditional way on the quayside.
Porthleven with its historic harbour is beautifully situated in the middle of Mounts Bay. Therefore it is ideal for visiting sites like Lands End; St Michael's Mount and the Lizard Peninsular. 1 mile to the east of Porthleven lies Loe Pool a fresh water lake separated from the sea by a sand bar, which occurred after a great storm. Legend says that King Arthur's sword "Excalibur" lies at the bottom of the lake.
Porthleven's location is also a great starting point for visiting West Cornwall's major market towns like Penzance, Truro, Helston, and Falmouth. Porthleven and Cornwall's long history with the sea can be found almost anywhere. Mounts Bay is littered with wrecks of boats from all eras, the treacherous rocks, reefs and violent winter storms all played their part in the disastrous fate of many a ship.
Smuggling was also big business in this part of Cornwall and the countless coves and caves make Mounts Bay the perfect place to smuggle wine, tobacco and spirits into the country from the continent. All in all the romance and the wild and beautiful landscape will make Porthleven the idyllic setting for your own seaside adventure.
Arriving By Car: Find the Harbour Inn, continue past the Inn and take the first left up "Salt Cellar Hill" turn right onto Peverell Terrace and the hotel is located 100 yards up the hill on the right.
Arriving By Train: From Penzance train station catch either the bus or a taxi to Porthleven
Arriving By Bus/Coach: Find the Harbour Inn, continue past the Inn and take the first left up "Salt Cellar Hill" turn right onto Peverell Terrace and the hotel is located 100 yards up the hill on the right.
Nearest Airport: From Newquay airport.
From £35.50 - £38.00 per person per night including breakfast.
(rates assume double occupany)