Gorgeous copper pendants reflect the whole room in the Dining Room at Myrtle House Penzance

The Dining Room 

 

A separate formal dining room across the hall from the kitchen on the ground floor. With fabulously funky 1960's Danish G-Plan furniture - table, chairs and a beautiful Teak sideboard. The long oval table seats up to ten. Tall bay windows throw in the sunlight and look out onto the garden (and Myrtle!). The sideboard is full of special glasses and cutlery for entertaining including a vintage cocktail shaker and pretty china tea sets - perfect for an al fresco afternoon tea on the patio. Circular copper central pendants reflect all of you in the room as you dine. Email us to find out about hiring a private chef for a meal or a large dinner party one night. With glass candlesticks aplenty - this is the place for your long drawn-out evening meals, a place to linger and make the most of your time together at Myrtle House.

Sunlight floods into the formal Dining Room seating 10 at Myrtle House Penzance
Light the candles in the Dining Room at Myrtle House Penzance for the evening meal ahead