Estoril Hotel

46 Morrab Road, Penzance, TR18 4EX, United Kingdom

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Excellent
33%
22
Very Good
20%
13
Average
20%
13
Poor
4%
3
Terrible
21%
14

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  • Couples48
  • Solo77
  • Business20
  • Faulty Towers Hotel!! Estoril Hotel

    by

    Was supposed to be staying at this hotel for 4 nights but ended up leaving before even staying the first night. First of all when walked into the hotel there was loads of really cheap ordainment in the corridor which i must admit looked really tacky. Then all the dirty laundry was in the hall way in the main entrance as soon as walked in. Truthfully we really hoped things would get better. We where shown to room by someone that didn't understand English that well and then when got to the room the carpet obviously had not been cleaned proper ally in room 2. Bits of dust where all over the switches. Then decided to wash feet after going for a walk to then have a hot tap not switch off after use. Also the tv remote control was missing from the room and all the tables had marks where sticky drinks had been split on them. The decor was somewhat dated and wallpaper torn. There was only 2 coffee sachets and 2 teabags in the refreshment coffee and tea tray. No soap or shower gel or shower hats where in the bathroom. the curtains when drawn still kept the sunlight in. Then My mother went to have a bath to then find no plug and had women come up 3 times with 3 different plugs that didn't fit. At this Point all very cheesed off and decided to leave. Then when decided to leave the manager decided to argue with us and moaned about having to drive ten miles to go and get a plug for us when said what was wrong and that wanted to just go home. I would not expect that type of service for a hotel that is supposed to be 4* do not recommend this for a visit or at least paying £120 a night

    Unique Quality: no qualities other than some lovely sunflowers and plants in the front garden.

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Lesigney Round

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From the distance this appears as a round of trees in the middle of a field on the top of a hill roughly a mile west of the town of Penzance. Once entering this 'round' one can find a stone and earthen-mounded defensive wall/boundary nestled around where the trees were planted creating a unique defensive position. The term "Lesingey Round" means "hedged stronghold". It is 1.5 acre circular enclosure formed by a broad and high annular mound of earth. Natural slopes within the round are not very steep. Good views of the countryside and surrounding area can be spied from the round. A field wall has been erected around the outer perimeter of the ditch and the whole of the area enclosed is densely wooded. There is historical debate that this is the actual historic "Castle Horneck" which is the current label of a Georgian styled Manor a couple of fields away utilized as a Hostelling International Youth Hostel. Another name for this round is "Timber Castle" or "Lesigney Round". These are the earthwork remains of an Iron Age hillfort that was probably re-occupied during the medieval period. The rampart stands 12-15 feet high from the bottom of the circular ditch that forms the round. Some scholars believe this to be the site of the C12 castle report and place name now utilized by Castle Horneck approximately 400 meters west of the site. These timber castles are quite common along the Cornish countryside. They are of the motte and bailey or ringwork forms where that formulated the vast majority of castles in the early conquest period and during the Marches of the 11th-12th century as well as placed in the Anarchy during the reign of Stephen. During medieval times, these were short-lived even though some of the castles survived for centuries with timber buildings and defenses being replaced occasionally via timber or masonry. The site is yet unprotected as of this writing but is scheduled for protection by law in the near future.

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When we first got a car in the 1950s we did a lot of touring around Britain. One of our jaunts took us to \cornwall and to Lizard \point at Land's End. I remember clearly standing watching the sea smashing against the rocks, and being aware at how much we are at the mercy of nature. Perhaps it's all the fishermen in my ancestry that gave me that legacy.
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Address: 46 Morrab Road, Penzance, TR18 4EX, United Kingdom