- Gathering with friends in the fantastic living space.
- Waking up to wave, bird or boat watching in the bay.
- Walking across the causeway for a tour of fairy tale St Michaels Mount.
- A day of swimming and sunbathing followed by a barbecue on the beach.
This superb contemporary house is set into the hillside with living and sleeping accommodation on both ground and first floors making it a great option for two families to share. The hotel standard interior is capacious and the open plan kitchen/dining room and sitting room on the first floor create a wonderful sociable space with sliding doors opening out to a lovely balcony. A separate sitting room on the ground floor will appeal to those who want a bit of peace and quiet.The well arranged sunny bedrooms are split over the two floors with two bath/shower rooms on each floor ensuring there are no queues for the loo!
Being just out of town means the garden is generous with a lovely large lawn and terrace for alfresco dining. Fully enclosed it is child friendly with plenty of space for a game. There are steps down into it from the back door or you can walk around the side from the front door.The wide balcony off the sitting room is the perfect place for a sneaky sundowner overlooking the lights of Penzance and Newlyn.
Potter downhill into Marazion for coffee culture, galleries, restaurants and more. The beach is sandy with rockpools and shallows, perfect for paddling and swimming. There is also a surf school for budding wave riders!A tour of St Michaels Mount really is a must; National Trust owned, it is best to check the website for opening times and tide times if you want to walk across the causeway! Back in Marazion, The Godolphin Arms Hotel is perfect for lunch overlooking St Michaels Mount or for a real culinary treat, the award winning Bens Cornish Kitchen can’t be beaten. Three miles west along the bay, Penzance can be reached by two wheels (or feet) along the level coast foot/cycle path (cycle hire is available at nearby Long Rock). Often overlooked, this quirky coastal town has lots to offer. Head to Chapel Street for galleries, curio shops and traditional smugglers inns.