Said to be the oldest town in Britain, Marazion in Cornwall is home to many myths and legends and a number of historic landmarks including Mount Haven Hotel, which has a reputation as one of England’s most haunted buildings. Marazion lies on the shores of Mount’s Bay, on the western tip of the Cornish peninsula. Spectacular views towards the Lizard Peninsula and Land’s End can be enjoyed from the town’s pristine, sandy beach, while just offshore, a fairy-tale castle perches atop the island of St Michael’s Mount. The island can be reached by walking across a causeway which is revealed at low tide, and a passenger ferry runs at high tide. The island’s harbour, shops, gardens and imposing castle towers are not to be missed on self-catering holidays in Marazion.
A traditional Cornish cottage perfectly positioned on the coast at Marazion with wonderful views of St Michael's Mount. Three spacious bedrooms, original features and a luxurious interior make this holiday home a truly relaxing retreat.
A refurbished traditional seaside cottage on the coast at Marazion. Enjoy stylish decor and open-plan living with marvellous views from the property's elevated private patio; you'll even find an enclosed courtyard garden - the perfect place to sip a morning coffee or to simply relax.
Blue Bay of Marazion lies in a rural location close to the coast between Penzance and St.Michaels Mount. This superbly furnished holiday cottage in West Cornwall sleeps 5 and welcomes pets.
Captains House, a large holiday cottage in Marazion, enjoys direct, uninterrupted views across crystal clear water to St Michael’s Mount. This luxury waterfront Cornish coast cottage is immaculately presented and enjoys direct access to a sandy beach. Sleeps 10.
- Carbis Bay
- Crackington Haven
- Harlyn Bay
- Mawgan Porth
- Praa Sands
- St Agnes
- St Austell
- St Columb Major
- St. Ives
- St. Just
- St. Mawgan
- St. Minver
Holiday cottages in Marazion are a stroll from the town centre’s narrow, cobbled lanes, where a variety of independent shops can be found. The village has a thriving community of artists whose work is showcased at Market House Gallery, Marazion Gallery, Out of the Blue and others. There are also a number of delightful pubs where you can enjoy a pint of local ale or a plate of fresh seafood. The Godolphin Arms is on the waterfront with incredible views across the water to St Michael’s Mount. The King’s Arms is a cosy 18th century pub next to the town hall in Market Place. And the Fire Engine has a garden, ocean views and a reputation for serving good food prepared with local ingredients.