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Artist Residence

Set on the most charming street in Penzance, Artist Residence is less a home for starving painters and more a relaxing place to enjoy some original artworks. Each of the 19 rooms in the historic Georgian house and the adjacent cottage have been designed by British artists, and range from the subdued to the mural-covered. There's also a smokehouse and a bar and lounge on site, and there are plenty of other restaurants, shops, galleries, and pubs on the idyllic seaside streets surrounding the retreat.

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