About Us



Welcome to Sunny Bank House Bed and Breakfast

SunnyBank House is a family run Bed and Breakfast conveniently located on the main A30, 1.5 miles from Land's End. SunnyBank offers 6 comfortable rooms each offering refreshment trays, sea/country views, TV's and complimentary WiFi. Great breakfast!! We have a garden which you are welcome to use and plenty of parking for residents use.

Use SunnyBank House as a base and explore the surrounding countryside and breathtaking coastline! If you don't have a car there is a regular bus service with a stop just 2 mins away.  The open top bus is a great way to get to St Ives via coast road. Sennen is a very busy village during the peak season with walkers, cyclists, surfers and beach lovers. 

There a two traditional local pubs (First & Last Inn and The Old Success) both of which offer lunch and evening meals. The Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove (formerly the Beach restaurant) overlooks the beach and offers freshly prepared seasonal local produce daily - please take a look at their website at www.benatsennen.com

Sennen also has a convenience store (Costcutter) which serve hot pasties, hot croissants and fresh bread daily along with a good selection of wine/beer and everyday items and groceries and a friendly smile! There are cafes and shops and "fish n chips", everything to need for a great stay. We are happy to find information for you as and when you need it. Just ask Eleni!

If you would rather stay in we do offer evening meals but these need to be booked in advance at £15 per head for 2 courses (main+dessert)

Packed luches can be prepared at £6.50 each 

 


 

   

Our Rooms 

  • En-suite rooms
  • Refreshment trays in all rooms
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Lockable storage available for bikes and Surfboards
  • Close to the SWCP
  • 1.5 miles from Land's End
  • Less than 10 mins drive to the world renowned Minack Theatre
  • Close to Land's End Airport for local scenic flights and flights to the Isles of Scilly
  • 10-15 mins walk to the beach
  • 1hr 15 mins from The Eden Project