Get Active, Stay Active
Once you've checked into the Godolphin Arms, why not head straight over the causeway (or by ferry boat at high-tide) and explore all that the village, harbour and castle have to offer. After working up an appetite on the island, return to the Godolphin Arms restaurant and tuck into a delicious dinner, from Newlyn landed fish and chips to a Cornish Lamb Steak, accompanied by a bottle of our very own Mount View wine.
Enjoy a two night stay with us and wake up to a Cornish breakfast with expansive views of Mount’s Bay from the restaurant, where you will be able to view your first destination - the sea! Meet the team at Ocean High on Marazion beach for a SUP lesson and jump on a paddleboard for a truly unique experience of the bay!
Our Get Active, Stay Active package includes:
- 2-night bed and breakfast
- Dinner at the Godolphin Arms restaurant*
- A bottle of Godolphin Arms' Mount View wine
- Stand Up Paddleboarding lesson for 2 with Ocean High
- Tickets for 2 to St Michael's Mount
Prices for our Get Active, Stay Active Package are based on 2 people sharing and start from £395
Offer available from 21st June 2019 – 30th September 2019
BOOK NOW or call us on 01736 888510
Terms & Conditions: Offer subject to availability. Offer available on new bookings only. Cannot be used for existing bookings. Does not include Town View Rooms rooms. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full prepayment required at time of booking, non-refundable and non-transferable. Breakfast included. Offer available for stays from 21st June 2019 – 30th September 2019. *Dinner allocation of £40.
Booking your SUP lesson with Ocean High requires 48 hours notice. The lesson is for two people and is subject to weather conditions. If there are unfavourable conditions during the entirety of your stay - a refund for the SUP component of the package will be provided. The lesson time will be determined by the tide conditions on the day. If wetsuit hire is required, an additional payment of £5 per person will need to be paid directly to Ocean High on the day.