Holiday Cottage in Marazion
Sleeps 4 - Bedrooms 2 - From £605
Marazion is a mere 300m down the hill. There is a wide choice of pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops, many wonderful beaches nearby - some within a short walk and others within a short drive, some amazing coastal walks. But the main attraction is obviously the majestic St Michael's Mount with its tidal causeway. You will spend hours watching the ebb and flow of the tide and how the colours of the sea, sky and sand vary throughout the day is no wonder this is an artists haven. Quaint little fishing villages are abundant nearby, and it is an ideal base to explore the west of Cornwall and the Lizard peninsula.
Ground Floor: A few steps down from the front door is a landing with doors to; Master bedroom with 6' double bed and storage, French doors to the decked area in front of the property, en suite shower room with WC and hand basin. Twin bedroom with storage. Family bathroom with shower over WC and hand basin.
First Floor: Dining Room with table and chairs, French doors to rear garden. Kitchen with fully fitted units and appliances. The living room has panoramic views across Mounts Bay, Juliet Balcony, a large L-shaped sofa, an extra sofa, Flatscreen TV.
Exterior: Parking space for two cars in dedicated slots below the property. Decked balcony in front of the property with glass balustrade and superb views. Patio to rear of the property with charcoal barbecue, table and chairs, two sun loungers, mature garden which stretches up the hill from the house, surrounded by mature shrubs and trees.
Facilities & Services
Heating is via an oil central heating system. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is a dishwasher, electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle and an American style fridge/freezer with an ice maker. The sitting room area has a flatscreen digital Freeview Smart TV with catch up TV and use of an amazon Alexa.There is unlimited WiFi available at the property. There is an iron, ironing board, hairdryer and washing machine. The tumble dryer is situated in the outside store.
Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included, but you will need to provide your own beach towels. No smoking. A maximum of two well-behaved dogs are welcome to stay at Rosemount for the small additional cost of £35 per dog per week. Please note dogs may not be left unattended at the property. There is off-road parking available for two vehicles. No 2 Rosemount is only suitable for children aged 10 and over. One babe in arms is permitted, however please note there is no cot or highchair.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Mount's Bay, renowned as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, provides a safe seaside environment for swimming.
Marazion is also a popular destination for windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing. Several major sporting events in these fields are held on Marazion's beaches. Marazion is perhaps more widely famed as the gateway to the enchanting Saint Michael's Mount, the jewel in Cornwall's crown. A causeway accesses Saint Michael's Mount, once walked by pilgrims in honour of the alleged appearance of Saint Michael, which is revealed at low tide. At other times visitors are ferried from Marazion to the Mount in small boats.
Marazion is within easy travelling distance of all major attractions in West Cornwall and is ideal for your holiday in Cornwall. Marazion is a short distance along the beach from Penzance. From here, it is simple to travel to Land's End, St Ives, Newquay, Helston, and the popular destinations of the Minack Theatre, the St. Ives Tate Gallery and the Eden Project.
Nearby Penzance, meaning 'holy headland', is the last major town before Lands End. The market town was once made famous as the birthplace of Sir Humphrey Davy, now services the Isles of Scilly by land and sea. The streets of Penzance hold many historic buildings dating from the 17th century; it is well worth a walk around. The Turk's Head pub on Chapel Street, reputed to date from 1233, is the older pub in the town, steeped in smuggling and pirate history. A few minutes down the road is Newlyn, home to one of the largest fishing fleets with over 40 acres of the harbour and, more recently, attracting many great artists and exhibitions.
4.3 out of 5
Service and Staff: 3
Value For Money: 3
Perfect location!Reviewed on 18/08/2021
Rosemount boasts quite a remarkable view of St Michael's Mount from it's elevated position overlooking Marazion. The accommodation is modern, well equipped and tastefully decorated. The access by car is tight and probably not suited for campers etc. We have already decided to rebook!
5 out of 5
Service and Staff: 5
Value For Money: 5
Family holidayReviewed on 28/07/2021
Amazing location and views . Very comfortable and well equipped .Marazion is a lovely place without feeling too busy .Some great places to eat too .
4.7 out of 5
Service and Staff: 5
Value For Money: 4
Mostly Sunny Week in CornwallReviewed on 21/07/2021
Such a beautiful place to stay with amazing views made possible by the hill and steps that need to be navigated to get the reward. House is wonderfully equipped and fitted and in perfect condition. The welcoming goodies started the holiday with a smile that never left our faces. The garden is a splendid place to while away an afternoon but for dog owners be aware that it's not secure so dogs on leads at all times is the order of the day. Would definitely recommend it for view position and quality of stay.
5 out of 5
Service and Staff: 5
Value For Money: 5
Panaramic views and a great reverse level home.Reviewed on 14/07/2021
We are a family of 2 adults, 1 child and one dog. We stayed in early July and have visited Marazion lots of times but never with a view like this. The best way to describe the view from this property is its like sitting at the back of the cinema with this raised and uninterrupted view of the screen in front of you. The screen in this case is the Ocean, the roof tops of Marazion, St Michaels Mount and watching the tide come in and out on the beach. The lounge (first floor) and the master bedroom (ground floor) both offer the same vista. We all know prices have sky rocketed for holiday rentals in this past year so everything is mega expensive but this property doesn't just exploit the supply and demand conditions, it offers a rare opportunity to enjoy these stunning views but also offers a holiday home with appropriate comforts like a dishwasher, good Wi-Fi, parking and a terraced garden that has to be seen to be believed. There is not loads and loads to do in Marazion but this property has the rare benefit of "proper" parking enabling you to take the larger car that is needed when you have dogs/kids/dingy/cases etc etc. It also has a spare space if you are going as four adults. You can explore for many miles around from this base. Normally good reviews are more common when folks experience good weather. We did not have good weather, it was the classic English indifference wet/dry in equal measure and a very cold sea but this was a great temporary home to come back and relax in. For anyone booking, just bare in mind that with great views comes "the climb" which for us was no problem as it was a chance to burn off the pasties - but just bare in mind you need to be fairly fit or takes things slow! Thank you to the owners for a great holiday home and the obvious effort put into its development and to Cornwalls Cottages for the fair and decent way you handled our booking. (we booked before full pictures of the house were released and were offered a full refund if we were not happy by the details on release). Thank you.