Marazion has a rich history and is one of the oldest chartered towns in Cornwall. It is a charming town with a variety of gift and craft shops and art lovers will find hours of pleasure perusing the many art galleries. Relaxing on the beach is a popular pastime but the more energetic can take windsurfing and kite-surfing lessons and sailing and gig rowing are popular local pursuits.
Explore the island word of St Michael's Mount and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of history. Stroll across the causeway or boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Explore the castle and peer over the battlements at the astonishing sub-tropical terraced gardens or visit the living island community where the seafront cottages are home to more than thirty islanders.
Miles of exhilarating coastal walks on your door-step.
Mount's Bay is renowned as one of the most beautiful bays in the world and Marazion provides a safe and sandy seaside environment for swimming. Praa Sands, Porthgwarra, Perranuthnoe, Sennen, Porthcurno and Nanjizal Cove are just a selection of beautiful beaches within easy reach of The Godolphin Arms.
The far West of Cornwall is home to the farms and cottages of St Aubyn Estates ranged over some of the most entrancing coastal landscape. Situated on or near a beach with sea views, the cottages have all been awarded 4* and 5* by Enjoy England and have been renovated and furnished to be a comfortable home from home.
This reserve overlooks the beautiful St Michael's Mount and boasts Cornwall's largest reedbed. More 250 birds, 500 plants, 500 insects and 18 mammal species have been recorded here and bitterns are now regular winter visitors.