0n 29 September 1891 the discerning Mr Jenkins purchased from Mr Berryman a new dwelling. Number 41 Morrab (Sea Shore) Road. At this time Queen Victoria had been Queen of England for 55 years. Isambard Kingdom Brunel had just played his part in the great Industrial age, building his bridges and ships. The Newlyn School of artists, Henry Tuke, Norman Garstin and Stanhope Forbes were painting their enduring masterpieces of Cornwall. Gilbert and Sullivan had written Iolanthe and the Pirates of Penzance, while Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had still to pen yet further adventures for Sherlock Holmes. Some 90 years later Number 41, became The Lynwood Guest house, a Victorian built retreat for weary travellers and holidaymakers. The house still retains its Victorian feel but with a sensible portion of modern conveniences for the comfort and pleasure of those who need to relax in a home from home. PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to accomodate persons under 18yrs. No pets. Street parking. We are a strictly non smoking Guest House.