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Located by Penzance beach, and 5 minutes’ walk from the town center, The Queen's Hotel features a restaurant with views across Mount's Bay, St. Super view of sea Very relaxing Victorian building with spacious rooms and high ceilings Good cooked...
Set in a traditional house dating from 1900, The Gannet Inn is located in Carbis Bay, just an 8-minute walk from a sandy beach. It features a bar with a games room and Sky Sports channels. Extremely comfortable and clean
Overlooking Porthminster Beach with impressive views across St Ives Bay and Godrevy Lighthouse, The St Ives Harbor Hotel & Spa offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. We forgot some belongings at the hotel and they kindly sent them on to us which was a nice touch
Within 72 acres of private grounds, this Tregenna Castle Resort overlooks St Ives and the Cornish coast. Fantastic! Beautiful! The perfect get away. We will return.
The Union Hotel is in the center of Penzance. A 5-minute walk from the sea, the 17th-century building houses Hamilton’s Restaurant and also Nelson’s Bar, where there is free WiFi. The sea view from our room was amazing.
Set in tropical gardens, this elegant hotel offers wonderful sea views, an award-winning restaurant and direct access to Carbis Bay Beach, which is a member of The Most Beautiful Bays In The World... Daniel from Peru, was exceptional. So professional, and he made us feel so welcome!
Overlooking St Michael's Mount, The Godolphin Arms in Marazion offers high-quality rooms on the beautiful west Cornwall coast.
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 spacious room with everything you could need. Lovely bathroom too.
The unique and original rooms at the 17th-century Artist Residence are each uniquely designed with some rooms decorated in an eclectic, rustic style and decorated by local and British artists. The room is so cute and cozy, the location is convenient.
Located in Hayle in Cornwall, 3.1 mi from St Ives, The Old Quay House features panoramic views across the Hayle Tidal Estuary Nature Reserve. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Very good breakfast and evening meal.
Set in Penzance, The Fountain Tavern features a bar. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers luggage storage space. A buffet, Full English/Irish or vegetarian breakfast can be enjoyed at the... Lovely friendly people, great clean room, amazing comfortable bed.
With beautiful views of Carbis Bay, The Treloyhan Manor Hotel, part of Christian Guild Hotels, is located in the seaside town of St Ives, less than 10 minutes’ walk from both the beach and the town... The staff was absolutely lovely!
Impressive site, wonderful to visit by boat at only £2 each way and you can walk the causeway when the tide is low . So beautiful to walk the coast and watch the sun set over this amazing place. Back on the mainland: Very pretty little village, with a couple of restaurant and hotel to choice from, and a pub or two. Nice to wonder along the street and take time out to relax , lovely beach just alone the road , all walking distance.
St Michaels Mount is fantastic. The climb to the castle is challenging but well worth it. It is full of history and atmosphere. The tour of the village was really informative too and the short boat ride to the island was great fun. As the island is run by the fantastic National Trust it also has great catering. The Gadolfin Hotel in Marazion has a fantastic view of the island and the food there was great. Unfortunately the car parks in Marazion are run by the local mafia! They do not allow parking overnight so if you are staying in a b&b that does not have parking you will have a problem. The attendants are jobsworths who tell you the car park is full when there are spaces available. They need to be more amenable to tourists who pay their wages!
Excellent, but uneven cobblestone to the Mount, and rocky pathway to castle, unsuitable if mobility problems. Very busy in Easter break with an hour long queue for a boat back to Marazion at high tide.
Well worth the stank up, maintains a 'cosy' atmosphere in any weather. Allow yourself time to soak up the castle feel, and linger in each area. Really Ask the guides anything about it's past or present. Good to see Cornwall from the sea for a change too.
Beautiful; and the fantastic display and video at the base of the mount made it educational and fun although we could not afford to go into the castle. We saw a lot about best bits of the castle and life on the mount for free. A lovely way to spend a morning. I hope to return soon to do a real investigation into the castle itself😊
Fascinating history, gardens are really worth the effort if you are interested in gardening. path to the property is very steep and rough in places not recommended for those with walking difficulties. I am not sure if there is a 'disabled' access facility but it didn't appear so.