We stayed for one night here in October 2005. Found it in a tourist information brochure and were walk-in customers as we weren't sure where we'd end up that night.
It was slow season, so we had a choice of rooms. Many had great views of St. Michael's Mount, but we chose one that didn't. The extra money wasn't worth it. Besides, our cheaper, non-view room had a nicer configuration than the others and a four-poster bed. There was a great view of the mount from their parking lot and from the lovely garden between the hotel and the sea. It's within walking distance of the centre of the village and the route to the mount. Adequate breakfast in the morning. Smallish room, but we weren't in it for long. Nice guest lounge with large TV which we used in the evening.
Had cream tea in town. Ate dinner at local pub - The Fire Engine Inn - good.
If you go, St. Michael's Mount is a must. A bit of a walk straight up (at least it seems that way), but well worth it. It's been a passion of mine to see it for years and I wasn't disappointed. A really neat place, and still lived in by members of the family who took it over in the 1600s.
- Also Known As:
- Chymorvah Hotel Marazion, Cornwall