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The Marazion Hotel offers a restaurant, bar and stylish rooms, some with views of the sea towards St Michael's Mount. This hotel is moments away from shops, a pub and a Cornish tea room. Lovely, historical, gray location and excellent / friendly staff!
Overlooking St Michael's Mount, The The Godolphin Hotel in Marazion offers high-quality rooms on the beautiful west Cornwall coast. With a bar and restaurant showcasing local produce. Amazing . Location , staff .... everyone goes the extra mile .... would definately return
Located in Marazion, 1312 feet from Marazion Beach and 1 mi from St Michael's Mount, chyreen@marazion provides accommodations with free WiFi, water sports facilities, balcony and access to the garden.... Fantastically designed gem! Top notch modern and so tastefully done, super comfy, excellent and beyond expectations facilities, attention to detail in EVERYTHING, and last but not the least - warm genuine hospitality of owners Erika and Dan. We absolutely LOVED every single thing. We were sincerely sad to leave this lovely property and its lovely hosts. Oh and extra plus, Erika gives great recommendations as to where to go, which is super-valuable in Cornwall. Thank you Erika and Dan for making our stay in lovely Cornwall even more special.
Located down a quiet and secluded farm track, Krissie's is just a 10-minute walk from the picturesque market town of Marazion. The modern and bright accommodations comes with free private parking. Staff were very accommodating; they literally went of out of their way for me. I managed to leave my phone and cycle light chargers and l res add in the room. The guys chased after me to hand the stuff over but I gave them the slip. I caught up with them the next day to handover the stuff. Top people. The accommodation was spotless. I
Sandpiper in Marazion offers accommodations with a private courtyard, 98 feet from Marazion Beach. The property also features free WiFi. St Michael's Mount is 2625 feet from Sandpiper. The property was modern, very clean and comfortable, with great facilities including WiFi, well equipped kitchen and a really comfy bed! It’s in a great location just steps from the beach and has a lovely view of St Michael’s Mount from the decking. Communication with the owners was brilliant and we were welcomed at very short notice. We will definitely return 😊
Marazion is a quiet seaside village 4 miles from Penzance. The beach is fabulous, there are 2 good places to eat, but you need to book well in advance. Exciting views of St Michaels Mount which you can visit by boat or walk at low tide. No night life (but visit was during COVID). It is also a very good centre for exploring the far end of Cornwall.
Marazion is a great place to travel from or to just chill out and enjoy. Good eating places but need to book as get very busy. Plenty of walks and drinking stops along the way. Lots of local plants for sale.
Marazion is lovely. There are 2 local pubs - Kings Arms and Fire Engine Inn. Though both were full so we went to the Crown Inn about 10 minutes drive. You now have to pay to walk onto the island for St Michael's Mount, you never used to (perhaps a covid thing) so we walked a bit of the causeway then had to come back. Beach is lovely at low tide. Fish and Chips shop nearby. Plenty of parking and not too expensive. Lovely play park for children. Marazion is situated in a great place with easy access to Penzance. Or head to Perranuthnoe beach for a lovely day out.
Marazion is a lovely small seaside town easy to get around , few shops to browse ! Newsagents plenty of eating places to choose from ... Plus you have St Michaels Mount and when the tide goes out you can walk across the pathway .. The Kings Arms does a great cheese burger and fries the best not expensive...
Visited hotel late February, very friendly and helpful staff. Stunning room with double shower and well worth paying a little extra for the sea views. Beautiful food in restaurant for evening meal and breakfast. Would highly recommend, we'll definitely be returning again 😊
An ancient market town that's kept it's historical ambience.- dominated by St Michael's Mount (which was closed due to weather). Good places to stay and eat. Lovely beach walk brilliant for children, dogs and wind surfing! Some nice little galleries. Regular buses e.g into Penzance where we got bus to Newlyn and Mousehole for those without a car or not wanting to use one. A place to relax awhile.
Amazing . Location , staff .... everyone goes the extra mile .... would definately return
Lovely, historical, gray location and excellent / friendly staff!
Location is excellent! Owner was friendly and clever
The location, The little extras and the warm welcome
Location, price, cleanliness, nice owner.