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Tel code: 01736 | code search
Postcode: TR17 | code search
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Quinquennial Knill Dance,
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Fire Engine Inn
"Visiting Cornwall wth my girlfriend. Had a great time at the Fire Engine, friendly landlord and locals and great meals - we recommend the crab salad and fish and chips ..." More

Fire Engine Inn
"Great pub, brilliant new landlord. The pub was very friendly and will go there again. Lets hope Trevor and his dogs carry on the good work! Will see you again soon ..." More

Fire Engine Inn
"Roast dinner very good i believe they have a new landlady a local girl from Scilly very friendly pub good views and atmosphere x

Date visited: 11.12 11 ..." More

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Marazion is an ancient market town and the oldest town in Britain, laying on the shores of Mounts Bay, where Pilgrims have been arriving for hundreds of years along St Michaels Way. To visit St Michaels Mount , which rises strongly 230 feet above the sea and is capped with a Medieval Castle and church, it was once home to a Benedictine Settlement. Visitors may take a boat across, or wait until low tide and walk along the granite causeway, it will be worth it to feel the magic of this historic site. The Town Hall was once the Gaol and fire station, but is now home to the Museum with many exhibits. There is a thriving Artist community here and it shows, with interesting Art Galleries to be enjoyed. Marazion shares her beauty, whether you chose the stunning coastal paths or tread further inland and discover hidden villages and churches or even a landmark over 5,000 years old such as Lanyon Quoit With beaches, hidden coves, and a Wildlife Sanctuary expanding 131 acres, with birds and insects and thousands of migratory birds at certain times of the year, Marazion and her charm sparkles like a rare diamond in sunlight.

Attraction

Marazion Beach

Camping

Wheal Rodney

Cottage

Artists Cottage
The Old Toll House

Doctor

Marazion Surgery

Inn

Godolphin Arms

Pub and Bar

Fire Engine Inn
Kings Arms
Station House

Restaurant

Chapel Rock Cafe
Sail Loft
The Corner House

School

Marazion Bypass Nursery
Marazion School

Self-Catering

Artists Cottage
Flat 2, Malvern House
Trevarthian House

Sports Clubs

Mount's Bay Sailing Club (Sailing)

Shops

Baden House Pharmacy
Market House Gallery

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Out of the Blue Gallery
Avalon Art
The Praed Gallery
The Silver Mine
Philips Bakery
The Cornish Fudge Shop
The Clipper Cafe
Chapel Rock Cafe
The Tudor Chippy

Places to Stay near Marazion

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Curlews Marazion (0.05 miles)

Curlews Marazion

Nearby Marazion Marshes and bird reserve are a bird watcher`s delight,and an easy walk from the apartment as are the shops,galleries,restaurants, wind-surfing,cycle path and a costal bus route.
Marazion has flat sandy beaches ideal for swimming ... More | visit website

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Godolphin Arms (0.07 miles)

Godolphin Arms

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Perched on the sea wall directly opposite the beautiful St. Michael’s Mount in the small seaside town of Marazion, 4 miles from Penzance, this waterside Inn offers ten en suite bedrooms, many ... More | visit website

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Flat 2, Malvern House (0.15 miles)

Flat 2, Malvern House

Sleeps Four

The breathtaking outlook from our two-bedroom maisonette overlooking St Michael's Mount is one of the most spectacular views in the region. Malvern is approximately twenty yards from the sandy beach and just a minute’s ... More | visit website

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Trevarthian House (0.15 miles)

Trevarthian House

Sleeps two-five (apartments vary)

Trevarthian House is a large Victorian Grade II listed building situated in its own grounds, with beautiful views of St. Michael's Mount and Mount's Bay. Lying within 50 yards of the sandy ... More | visit website

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Denham House Bed & Breakfast (0.25 miles)

Denham House Bed & Breakfast
Denham House is situated 150 yards from the beach at Marazion with views of the sea and St Michael's Mount.
• Couples only accommodation
• Kingsize/Twin Room
• Whirlpool bath in the en-suite
• Free ... More | visit website
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Artists Cottage (0.46 miles)

Artists Cottage

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Listed cottage with incredible, uninterrupted views of, officially, one of the most beautiful bays in the world including the heritage site of St Michael's Mount. ... More

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Mount Haven Hotel (0.53 miles)

Mount Haven Hotel

One of the World's Top Nine Secret Hotels - CNN January 2011 (Frommers)

With breath-taking views across the bay to St Michael's Mount, The Mount Haven feels simultaneously luxurious yet relaxed. An unusual East-meets-West blend ... More | visit website

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The Old Primary School Cottage and Apartment (1.59 miles)

The Old Primary School Cottage and Apartment

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* Former Victorian School House offering stunning unique self-catering APARTMENT (sleeps 4/6) and COTTAGE (sleeps 4/6). * 2 bedroom APARTMENT on 2 floors sleeps 4/6. ... More

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Trelynden (1.63 miles)

Trelynden
Trelynden is a warm and friendly family home located in the heart of the village of Goldsithney, 1 mile from Marazion and St Michaels Mount. Four bedrooms, two en suite with the master having an ... More | visit website
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The Coldstreamer (2.19 miles)

The Coldstreamer
Tom, Dick & Harry welcome you to The Coldstreamer, a traditional pub situated in the secluded & quiet village of Gulval. Our recently refurbished restaurant offers quality food made with seasonal & local produce (most of ... More | visit website

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