The Bath Inn

The Bath Inn

Just off Penzance Promenade this spacious pub is the last relic of the seafront public bathhouse, demolished in 1860. Given its small, unassuming frontage, it has a surprisingly roomy interior with the original three separate rooms largely opened out, retaining a separate bar in what is now a large function room to the rear. Tastefully modernised internally it has mostly carpeted floors with small planked area in front of the bar, a mix of wood panelling all down one side, wallpapered walls elsewhere, and varnished ceiling beams. Décor includes pictures of old Penzance. There is also a large and pleasant suntrap of a terraced beer garden. Food is available 12:00-14:00 (except on Sundays). The guest beer will be from a Cornish brewery or a micro beer; samples are happily provided on request. Dogs and families welcome until 21:00, or later in the garden.

Acclaim

"First time in Penzance and were lucky to be staying around the corner from the pub so popped in. The pub is great, as is the garden and the staff are really friendly. Thought it was a lovely place and would definitely go again."

Elaine Bambro