Lively upmarket Cornish hotel and restaurant with breathtaking views across the bay to St Michael’s Mount.
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In the charming coastal town of Marazion, directly opposite the famous St Michael’s Mount, a semi-island replete with a National Trust maintained castle, The Godolphin Arms is a high-end restaurant and hotel brimming with character. With multiple suites looking out over the sea and the mount itself, The Godolphin Arms offers solo travellers, couples, and larger groups and families the opportunity to stay in serious luxury in the heart of unspoiled Cornwall.
The Godolphin Arms combines exceptional comfort in its rooms with high quality cuisine in the restaurant below. Downstairs, a fantastic bar is well stocked with local ale and fine wines, while the menu showcases a range of locally sourced fish and seafood, prepared by their chefs. They’re proud to reflect the diversity and excellence in Cornish cuisine in their menu, which prominently features provender from St Ives Bakery, St Austell Brewery, and The Real Cornish Crab Company among many other beloved Cornish culinary names.
Upstairs, choose from a number of versatile room options, including town view, (king, super king or twin beds) sea view (solo traveller, king bed, or super king bed) or sea view spacious, a two bedroom suite for up to four guests travelling together.
With picture windows looking out towards St Michael’s Mount, you’re always in for a treat, whether the sea is roiling, placid, or merely twinkling in the Cornish sun. The décor and furniture in the hotel are understated and classically elegant, with subtle variations between different rooms creating a sense of personal character in each one. Several of the rooms are equipped with balconies, the ideal spaces to enjoy the sea air, unobstructed views of the magnificent mount and its stone castle, and start or end your day. Visitors to the hotel can expect a full Cornish breakfast in the morning.
Marazion is an ancient market town with wonderful beaches and a quaint, romantic atmosphere. Cornwall is known and celebrated for its arts scene, and Marazion is no exception with a number of studios and galleries, specialising in paintings, prints, sculpture, jewellery and all manner of other crafts. It is also a well respected culinary destination, with most restaurants specialising in preparing freshly caught fish and gathered seafood.
Head to Ben’s Cornish Kitchen for a real treat in authentic surroundings. Contemporary art enthusiasts should take advantage of the quick links to the Tate Gallery at St Ives and Barbara Hepworth’s house and gardens, while surfers ought to head straight to Sennen Cove and walkers will be thrilled with the network of coastal paths running all the way to the pubs and fish and chip shops of Porthleven and its famous harbour.
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