Looking out to Mounts Bay from the historic market town of Marazion, the Godolphin Arms sits by the water’s edge on a two-mile beach facing St Michael’s Mount. Having recently undergone a major facelift, the hotel boasts several drinking and dining spaces that have been decked out in chic coastal style to maximise the seascape in view. Coastal hues, local art and wood panelling adorn a glass and zinc extension (that spills out onto an alfresco dining terrace), an upper deck with sofas and a log burner, and a chilled-out lower deck with a beach bar that opens directly onto the seafront. Come in and kick back over coffee and cake while you soak up the sea views, tuck into divine Cornish cuisine from the all-day menu, or sip cocktails, fine wines and local ales as the sun goes down. The food, most of which is sourced from local farms and fishermen, includes everything from hearty Cornish breakfasts and share platters (Mediterranean mezzes, shellfish and Cornish charcuterie), to fish and chips, Sunday roasts and Cornish crab sandwiches. Dogs and children welcome. There are also ten stylish en suite rooms with pretty coastal interiors and stunning sea views.
PriceDouble rooms from around £120 to £300 a night, including breakfast.
RoomsTen Cosy and Spacious, Town View and Sea View rooms.
Godolphin Arms, West End Marazion Cornwall TR17 0EN
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