Coachman's Cottage retains the romantic charm of this grade ll listed cottage, set in the heart of historic Marazion. It offers delightfully light, spacious and luxurious accommodation for two. The large sash windows flood the cottage with natural light and provide panoramic views to St. Michael's Mount and Mount's Bay beyond. Enjoy the coastal scenery by day and the delicious fresh seafood by night. This is a special place for an unforgettable break by the sea.VIEW PROPERTY
Stay at Abbey Stables and experience the vibrant colours and intense coastal light of Cornwall's dramatic far west. The art and landscape will create lasting memories. The warm country interiors will provide a cosy base to return to, after an amble around this eclectic seaside town, with its Georgian buildings and cobbled pedestrian lanes. Situated a stone's throw from the harbour and seafront and within easy reach of 25 pubs, cafes and restaurants, making it a haven for foodies. This is a world away from the humdrum, a truly special place, for a romantic escape for two.VIEW PROPERTY
Both properties enjoy atmospheric locations on Mounts Bay in Cornwall’s far west. It is an area of sublime natural beauty renowned for the dramatic coastal scenery, lush, sub tropical gardens, intense coastal light which nurtures a vibrant art scene, outstanding seafood dining and many water-based activities.
Each property provides the perfect base to explore all the highlights of West Cornwall. In 1 hour by car, you can reach an area from Padstow, Eden Project and Charlestown harbour in the east, to St Ives, Land’s End and the Minack theatre in the west and all points in between, including the Lizard and even day trips to the Isles of Scilly.
The properties are located on Mounts Bay in Cornwall’s dramatic far west. Both enjoy atmospheric settings and provide the perfect base to explore all the highlights of west Cornwall, including both north and south coasts. Within one hour by car you can reach an area from Padstow, Eden and Charlestown harbour in the east to St Ives, Lands End and the Minack theatre in the west.