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Trevalgan View
Marazion

£408 - £886 per week
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Just moments away from toe-dipping in the shallows and leaving nothing but footsteps in the golden sand, Trevalgan View is ideally nestled away in a peaceful corner of the ancient market town of Marazion, which is steeped in history and legend. After a day exploring, spend lazy afternoons or balmy summer evenings sitting on the terrace with a cold glass of wine in hand and enjoy the view of the wonder that is St Michaels's Mount. Prepare a mouth-watering supper with locally, freshly caught fish in the well-equipped kitchen and plan the next day's adventures in the comfort of the open plan living area. Sleeping two, Trevalgan View is a perfect retreat for a couple or a lone traveller looking for a welcomed break or escape from the stresses of daily life. Pack up a picnic of finger sandwiches using local produce and enjoy sun salutations beachside within minutes. Embrace the many coastal walks with staggering scenery and enjoy a fish and chip supper on the beach, under the warm ambers of the most incredible sunset, which you will never forget.

With an allocated parking space right outside the door, you can choose to leave the car behind and head into the town's restaurants, cafes, pubs, shops and galleries, which are just a short stroll away. The tidal island of St Michael's Mount is half a mile offshore from Marazion. You can either walk across the causeway to explore the island or make the crossing by passenger boat, depending on the tide. Trevalgan View also promises to be an ideal base for exploring further afield. Take the coastal path leading to neighbouring Penzance and on to the fishing port of Newlyn or the picturesque village of Mousehole. Choose alternative beach days at Perranuthnoe or hit the surf at Praa Sands. Porthleven with its fine eateries is also just a short drive away. Whether it's sunbathing, wind or kite surfing, coastal rambles or visits to tropical gardens that you seek, there is something for everyone and you will wish to return to Trevalgan View year after year.

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Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1

King

Entrance

via two steps onto terrace and front door to:

Kitchen/sitting/dining room

electric oven and hob, fridge, small freezer, two chairs, Smart TV with Sky TV, dining table and two chairs, view of patio and St Michael's Mount, doors to:

Shower room

shower, basin and W.C.

Bedroom

king size bed

Outdoor area

enclosed patio with two chairs, parasol, views of St Michael's Mount.

Additional information

parking for one car, oil fired central heating. The bungalow is on one level, there is a gentle slope leading to the property from the main road, owners live next door but guests will be given complete privacy. Please note there isn't a washing machine at Trevalgan View, WiFi, short breaks available.

 
 

Lovely property in a lovely area. Well worth a visit.

July 2018

great location short walk to the beach bars and restaurants lovely view of st Michael's mount and sea from patio

June 2018

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Holidays in Marazion

Marazion is perhaps best known for the famous St Michael's Mount that is perfectly silhouetted on a sunny day, however the town itself is worth a browse with some lovely shops and tea rooms. We recommend visiting in early Spring when the famous Cornish daffs are in full flower!

St Michael’s Mount sits majestically on an island out at sea and can be reached via a cobbled causeway at low tide or at other times by the 'St Michael' amphibious vehicle! Visit the sub-tropical gardens that surround the castle or step inside the castle walls to explore the myths and legends that surround this iconic landmark. Read more about St Michael's Mount or view our St Michael's Mount webcam.

 

Top tip

Be sure check the tide times when planning your visit to St Michael's Mount!

Marazion beach

Conveniently located a moment away from the world famous St Michael's Mount, Marazion beach is found in the heart of Mount's Bay, recently elected as one of the 'most beautiful bays in the world'. It’s the perfect beach for family holidays in Marazion, with cafés just above the sand, lifeguards on hand and clean and safe waters. Despite its beauty and convenience for holiday makers, it remains surprisingly quiet compared to other Cornish beaches. It’s perfect for beach and sea sports and you can even take your horse for a quick gallop across the sands! The long sandy beach that stretches towards Long Rock is a popular windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing spot amongst locals and holiday makers alike. Mount's Bay provides ideal conditions for watersports, and kite surfing and stand up paddleboarding lessons are available with Ocean High for those looking to make the most of the outdoors. Find out more things to do at Marazion Beach >

Venture Eastwards and you'll find Marazion Beach East, or Steps Beach. This dog-friendly beach is favoured by locals as it is quiet due to its limited access and rocky shore, but it is perfect for dog walking, and collecting driftwood after a storm. Children will enjoy the many rock pools when the tide is out. Accessible via Leys Lane or from Marazion beach if you don't mind climbing over the rocks!

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Things to do in Marazion

Marazion Town Centre

A wander around Marazion itself is a must for those who love exploring shops. Marazion is an ancient market town with a rich history of smuggling, sea commerce and pilgrimage. Nowadays, the town has numerous galleries, gift shops and cafes along the winding streets with plenty of traditional architecture to look at along the way. 

RSPB Nature Reserve - Marazion Marsh

Just a short walk from the town you will find Marazion Marsh, a freshwater habitat, which is home to Cornwall's largest reed bed. This nature reserve is extremely popular with bird watchers all year round and in winter, it's not uncommon to see thousands of starlings flocking here to roost on the marsh. Read more on our blog.

Marazion Museum

Located in the town hall, this fascinating museum features lots of local artifacts and interesting finds and information on this historic market town. 

Marazion in Bloom

Every summer, the residents of Marazion put on a spectaular floral display from hanging baskets, window boxes and planters. Prizes are awarded for the best displays and locals compete for the award of best presented home and business property. This alone is well worth a visit. 

Walks around Marazion

Located on the South West Coast Path, there are stunning walks across Mounts Bay to Penzance, and to Prussia Cove in the opposite direction. Walking inland, you have 'St Michael's Way'. Thought to be used by pilgrims wanting to avoid the treacherous waters around Land's End, this popular walk runs coast to coast from St Ives to Marazion. This 12 mile walk finishes at Marazion Marsh which can get quite muddy so be sure to bring appropriate footwear! Read more about walking in Marazion on our blog post: Walking in Cornwall: Marazion Walks.

Places to eat in Marazion

Marazion has a good selection of eateries to suit all tastes. Whether you're looking to dine out at a restaurant on a special occasion or simply grab a bite to eat to enjoy on the beach, you will find everything you need for a Marazion self catering holiday. From quaint delicatessen style cafes and up market fine dining, to traditional pubs, Marazion offers a wide selection of local Cornish cuisine, all within a short walk of one another. Enjoy a traditional Cornish pasty, stop off at the Godolphin Arms after a day at the beach and enjoy the spectacular views of St Michaels Mount, or visit 'The Copper Spoon' cafe for spot of lunch in a cozy atmosphere. Read our Guide to eating out in Marazion.

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Events

Tom Bawcock's Eve, Mousehole

Every year, the people of Mousehole celebrate the bravery of Tom Bawcock. Years ago, when the boats couldn't get out in the storms, the villages had no fish to eat. Tom dared to take his boat out and returned with enough fish to make a Star Gazey fish pie for the whole village.

23rd of December, 2024

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Montol Festival

Each year, the people of Penzance celebrate the Winter Solstice with a festival of Cornish tradition, torch processions, and dancing through the streets. It's a truly wonderful celebration. 

21st December 2024

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Penzance Literary Festival

Popular with visitors and locals alike, this exciting festival celebrates everything literary, including spoken, written, recited and sung word. Take part in the reading and writing discussions and activities and enjoy the many performances.

2nd - 6th July 2024

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New Year's Eve in St Ives

Spend New Year's Eve in St Ives for an unforgettable evening at the largest fancy dress party in the county. Ring in the New Year with an unbeatable fireworks display by the sea. 

31st December 2024

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St Ives Feast Day

Feast Day offers visitors the chance to witness, and even join in with, a centuries-old tradition. The Mayor 'Hurls the Silver Ball' into the crowd on the beach below. The one who returns the ball to the Guildhall steps by midday receives a silver coin. 

5th February 2024

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Golowan Festival - Penzance

Golowan Festival is an annual arts event that celebrates local culture and community. This year the theme will be 'Back to the Future!

21st - 30th June 2024

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Mousehole Christmas Lights

Possibly the most well-known and popular Christmas Lights in the county, Moushole combines stunning displays against the backdrop of their gorgeous Cornish fishing harbour to bring real festive magic to all who visit at this special time of year. Read More >

December 2024

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St Ives Food & Drink Festival

Growing in size and popularity, the St Ives Food Festival features top chefs, quality Cornish goods, sandcastle competitions for children and food demonstrations.

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Porthleven Food & Music Festival

The small Cornish fishing village of Porthleven hosts its annual Food & Music Festival every April and encorporates street performers, a range of local produce, Samba dancing, theatre, beer marquees, hip-hop dancers, fireworks, Cornish singing & much, much mmore...the list is endless!

26th - 28th April

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St Ives September Festival

Now becoming a sellout event, this festival keeps attracting more and more visitors who come to enjoy a wide range of acts, including music, theatre, poetry and visual arts.

14th - 28th September 2024

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Camborne Trevithick Day

Join in the celebrations at this community led festival. The annual event celebrates the engineering and mining history of the Camborne area, and is dedicated to Richard Trevithick, pioneer of high pressure steam power & inventor of Road and Railway Locomotives.

27th April 2024

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What our guests say...

We know how important honest reviews are when it comes to booking your holiday. To help you choose the right property for you, we publish all reviews left by guests who have stayed here in the past, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines. Please bear in mind that some facilities referred to by past guests in reviews can be removed or changed at any time.

Lovely property in a lovely area. Well worth a visit.

great location short walk to the beach bars and restaurants lovely view of st Michael's mount and sea from patio

Very comfortable well equipped apartment for 2. Everything you need, convenient location with own parking space outside the gate. Lovely views, good patio area for the better weather. Easy walk to local pubs/restaurants, small shops and beach. Ideal base for touring the area. Would definitely recommend.

Trevalgan View is in a lovely location within a short walk of St. Michaels Mount and perfectly placed for wider exploration of the local area. It is a perfect bolt-hole for two people, up a quiet lane but close to town. Pretty much everything is on hand for a self catering holiday. We would be happy to book again and to be fair, I really did not want to leave....

Just a beautiful cottage, everything you needed was there . Bed was lovely lovely crisp white sheets and beautiful towels. Rooms were big, shower room lovely. Adequate for two people. Felt like a home from home.
Lovely patio area, for sitting out late with a couple of drinks and seeing St Michael's mount. What more could you ask for. Andrea and John brilliant.