Carntop Guest House
A recently modernised family run small guesthouse well situated on the outskirts of Hugh Town, five minutes walk from the town, Porthcressa and Old Town beaches, also the Peninnis coastal path.
We serve evening meals four nights a week (except August) using local meat and produce whenever available.
All rooms are beautifully appointed, with solid pine furniture and 100% cotton bed linen. There is a silent fridge in each room for guest use. The twin en-suite is dual aspect with views of the lower moors nature trail and the front garden, All rooms are en-suite each bathroom is equipped with a power shower and bathrobes and beach towels are provided.
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A non-smoking, centrally heated establishment open all year.
- Visit England Silver 2013
- Visit England Breakfast 2013
- 4 Visit England Stars Guest House
|Open New Year|
|Open All Year|
|2014 - Opening (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014)|
* Short breaks available out of season (October - mid April)
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