November 2017

“The smartest B&B in town… The Georgian architecture has been offset with a mix of antique furniture and modern pieces” – Condé Nast Traveller

October 2017

“The six rooms are spacious and high-spec, with enormous bespoke oak beds, Ercol furniture and bathrooms with toiletries made by an artisan outfit further up the road.” – The Sunday Times

June 2017

“Waterfall-showers and Nordic chairs sit alongside opulent marble fireplaces and mahogany chests, the six-bedroom house is as elegant as it is relaxed.” – Country & Town House

April 2017

“Owner Susan Stuart is a wonderful cook. There’s cake in the kitchen you can help yourself to at any time.” – delicious

February 2017

“One of the most beautiful buildings in Penzance. Inside is graceful, luxurious and refreshingly uncluttered.” – The Daily Telegraph

“Breakfasts are exquisite, as are the local-ingredient-packed brunches, lunches and dinners offered at weekends.” – Telegraph Magazine

January 2017

“Breakfasts are served in an open-plan kitchen/breakfast room, where dinners with the freshest seafood are also available on request.” – The Times

"At Chapel House it doesn’t matter what the weather’s doing, it’s so beautiful. I would have been happy not to set a foot outside the whole weekend" – The Simple Things

August 2016

“This is boutique B&B living at its best.” – Evening Standard

“I’ve rarely slept so well anywhere… falling asleep to the crackling of the log burner in my bedroom while hearing the waves in the distance was bliss.” – In Clover

April 2016

“Guests love the mix of old and new, and the fact that they have the ultimate in comfort but lots of space and a lack of clutter.” – Manor

March 2016

“Perched in a prominent position at the bottom of historic Chapel Street lies one of Penzance’s most handsome houses” – Cornwall Today

February 2016

“Most of the rooms are drenched in light – the kind of pure, invigorating light that has attracted artists to this far-west corner of Cornwall for more than a century.” – Coast

January 2016

“Stay in the newly opened Chapel House … a gorgeous Georgian building with six rooms overlooking the sea.” – The Guardian

December 2015

“This boutique townhouse in the port of Penzance is perfect for bracing coastal walks as well as a spot of shopping.” – Country Homes and Interiors

“Chapel House was love at first sight. It was a combination of things – the beautiful hall, the light and the views.” – Rock My Style

“This a wonderful new six-room chic hotel in a restored 18th-century house.” – The Times

November 2015

“Polished mahogany antiques, a baby grand, contemporary sofas and warm, abstract-design rugs transform these imposing, high-ceilinged spaces into cosy hangouts.” – Condé Nast Traveller
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“Former City worker Susan Stuart spent two years converting this Grade II-listed Georgian stunner into a boutique hotel.” – SquareMeal

October 2015

“This six bedroom B&B in Penzance is like walking into an Elle Deco cover story: its airy Georgian architecture and antiques are complemented by Ercol furniture and bespoke modern beds.” – Sunday Times 
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“Chapel House PZ straddles the line between beautiful original features and modern décor, where abstract art rubs shoulders with centuries old architectural features, with wonderful results.” – Cornwall Life

“The beautiful Georgian townhouse blends the original Georgian style with the contemporary, making it a welcoming hotel, all the while located just a stone’s throw from the sea and harbour.” – Country and Townhouse

“Chapel House encapsulates all the ease and luxury of a boutique hotel, but has the warmth and welcoming feel of a home” – Rock My Wedding 
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“It almost feels a shame to call this a posh B&B as it offers so much more than that.” – So You’re Getting Married

September 2015

“Enjoy an arty break in gorgeous Cornwall, staying at the six-room Chapel House PZ, a beautiful Georgian town house that has been transformed into an elegant boutique hotel.” – The Lady
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“Discover work by Cornish artists on the walls at Chapel House, a smart Georgian mansion near the Penzance harbour.” – New York Magazine
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August 2015

“This small, new, six-room hotel is near the harbour on Chapel Street, a distinguished run of houses dating from the 18th century” – The Times
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“The interiors, a vibrant mix of historic and modern, feature antiques and original elements – such as the windows and flagstone flooring – paired with streamlined, contemporary pieces in bold shades.” – Architectural Digest 
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“Chapel House in Penzance gets Tom Chesshyre’s stamp of approval as Cornwall’s best new hotel” – The Caterer

“The Chapel House PZ in Penzance, Cornwall, is a Georgian townhouse built in 1790 that has been converted into a boutique hotel.” – The Caterer


“The six bedrooms are decorated in nautical whites, greens, and blues, and Newlyn School of Art will curate a rotating exhibit of local art in the hotel’s public areas.” – The Independent
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“There might not be an arts club anymore, but there’s still plenty of art on the Penwith peninsula – and this new boutique gem of a hotel is a very stylish base from which to explore it.” – The Guardian

“A painstaking two-year renovation has turned Chapel House into a white, light filled place that feels more home than hotel, if your home was one of impeccable taste.” – Country Calling
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“The six guest rooms are large and airy, and elegantly furnished with both antique and contemporary pieces. There are fine sea views and beds are “immense”. – The Week

“As possibly the UK’s main summer destination, Cornwall has a lot of lovely hotels, but not so many in Penzance, England’s spell-binding southernmost town. Now, though, you have a rather nice new option” – Hotel Chatter