When it poured with rain on the Sunday, Mum and I enjoyed completing the puzzle provided (apparently there’s always a puzzle in a Landmark Trust Residence) and reading by the fire.There’s no wi-fi at the property, so I took the opportunity to entirely disconnect from social media, and I thoroughly enjoyed the break!His many books include The Administration of the Ptolemaic Possessions Outside Egypt and Consuls of the Later Roman Empire.

A stay at the Egyptian House enables you to really take a break, soak up the incredible atmosphere, and remember the time when evenings weren’t spent in front of either the TV, computer or smartphone. I was utterly charmed by the cosy kitchen, with its wide window, dainty blue and white china, deep green cabinets and spick-and-span appearance.

The carefully arranged tea tray and fresh milk in the fridge were a comforting and welcome touch when we first arrived.

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My birthday fell whilst were staying at the Egyptian House, so we had a properly celebratory High Tea, with my Mum surprising me with some cupcakes and chocolate tarts she’d surreptitiously picked up at Baker Tom’s Bread. We started the morning with cinnamon French toast at the Exchange Gallery cafe (about a 2 minute walk from the Egyptian House and my favourite place in Penzance for breakfast or light lunch.

The food is exceptional and very reasonably priced), and then had a potter about my favourite shops on Chapel street.I definitely agree with the necessity of tea above all else!There were plenty of pots and pans, and all the usual cooking utensils too, so it would have been easy to cook for ourselves, although as we were only there a few nights we mainly picked up some appetising treats, such as Cornish cheese, sausage rolls and freshly made salads, from the nearby Cornish Hen Deli. A wide window seat, big enough to sit on with a book, is always a winner with me, and I loved sitting and looking at out at the beautiful view of the church and St Michael’s Mount.I appreciated the attractive china wear, vintage furniture, ample provision of towels and bedding, as well as the stacks of carefully chosen books (featuring either a Cornish or Egyptian theme), the cosy gas fire and the stunning views of St Michael’s Mount.TV, phones and wifi aren’t provided, and instead visitors are encouraged to bring radios, dressing gowns and candles to light in the evenings.I took over the double bedroom, which is smaller, but still very pleasant, and there’s just room for a corner cupboard to hang up a few clothes which is great.