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The Wheelhouse is a family-run beachside guest house providing bed and breakfast accommodation. We are in the perfect location - right on the sands of Porthcressa Beach, around the corner from places to eat, drink and shop, and a short stroll from the quay.
The Wheelhouse has evolved over the years into a highly desirable place to stay. We are inspected annually by VisitEngland and have been awarded 4 stars and Silver & Breakfast awards. In October 2015 we were awarded a Rose Award for Recognition of Service Excellence. The Wheelhouse has many regular returning guests, a testament to our excellent reputation. We are always delighted to welcome our guests, both the first timers and all of the familiar faces.
Choose from our nine guest rooms, all of which are well appointed, comfortable and furnished to a high standard. We have a mix of single, double and twin rooms, some on the ground floor, and most with superb sea views. All of our rooms are, of course, en suite.
From our breakfast room you can almost touch the beach! Enjoy a fabulous freshly cooked breakfast whilst taking in the breathtaking uninterrupted views of Porthcressa Bay.
Whichever room you stay in you have access to our spacious lounge, garden and terrace, all of which have spectacular sea views. Perfect for relaxing and letting mainland stresses slide away.
The Wheelhouse is a great holiday B & B. OUr stunning beachside location makes it easy to completely unwind.
There are nine one-bedroomed Sea Garden Cottages, offering self-catering, bed & breakfast and half-board accommodation and sleeping 2 (with the option to sleep 1 or 2 children on downstairs sofa bed). Each cottage has a fully-equipped kitchen and living room with WiFi broadband and digital satellite TV.
This delightful and well-equipped granite built converted barn provides luxurious and spacious accommodation for two people.
Tolman Suite is located onthe side of the main granite house enjoying the same beautiful views of the bay.
A beautifully renovated fisherman’s cottage, with traditional beamed ceilings, and just a stone’s throw from the picturesque Old Town Bay.