- Friendly staff, extra little homely touches, home baking, view, food, nicely decorated.
- Friendly staff, fabulous location and great view from the restaurant.
- We loved the room with the view to the Mount St. Michael. I was so glad that we got especially that room, because it was my husbands 70th birthday and the staff understood the importance of my petition. Thanks for that so much! THe room had a very special feeling. It was amazing, just to look at the mount and see the tide coming ang going. Only sad thing was, that we had to leave!
- The location is perfect. The bed linen and towels were top quality. The tea and coffee facilities in-room were better than average. There were even home made brownies. The staff were friendly and courteous. The restaurant and bar were great.
- Fantastic, clean but small room room on the shore. Saint Michael's Mount was across the bay. Excellent breakfast. We saw the Lord of the castle across the bay trudging in a suit across the beach to and from work everyday unnoticed by the tourists.
- The staff were outstanding ,we had our wedding reception here and the service was incredible ,probably the best place l have ever stayed in
- Location, location, location and the breakfast was delicious
- Location,right opposite St.Michaels Mount. Our bedroom had a partial view of sea and ‘Mount’ but there are rooms with a full view and balcony. Very friendly and knowledgeable hotel front desk. Great views of sea and ‘Mount’from bar and restaurant. Car parking.
- Excellent food, large bathroom and bedroom, beautiful restaurant with stunning views
- Excellent location. Great breakfast lots of choice all freshly made. Nice spacious room with great views. Lovely view from restaurant, where breakfast is served, and outside terrace. Helpful friendly staff. Parking onsite.
- The hotel upgraded us to a Seaview room with a bay window overlooking St. Michael's Mount, so that made our whole stay a lovely experience. The room was very large and included a large flat screen TV and fridge, with fresh milk. The staff were friendly and efficient. We ate at the hotel both nights and the food in the evening and at breakfast was excellent.
- The position of the Godolphin opposite St Michaels Mount is breathtaking. The staff were all really friendly, helpful & polite & the food (we had dinner and breakfast) was all lovely. Totally recommend. Thanks for looking after us & we’ll definitely be back next time we’re going over to Scilly.
- Perfect location with absolutely stunning views. Staff were so helpful and extremely pleasant
- Great breakfast and evening meals, friendly staff, fantastic views, really great place for a relaxing few days.
- The bed, the view, the staff, the food, the shower :-)
- Dog friendly and made us feel very welcome
- Beautiful large room with a patio facing the sea and St Michael’s Mount. The restaurant is also excellent. The provided breakfast is an “order off the menu” gourmet treat.
- Staff so friendly, we liked the nice little touches in room ie the brownies in a jar by your coffee cups and fresh milk in the fridge and bottle water. What a great place to stay.
- The view was fantastic. But booking dot.com messed us up. We had said two parent and a child. there was no bed in the room for a child. Food was OK.
- Lovely hotel, great location overlooking St Michael's Mount and helpful and friendly staff.
- Good chef. Decor of room. High standard.
St Michael's Mount
Tate St Ives
The Flambards Experience
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary
Lizard Lighthouse & Heritage Centre
The Copper Spoon Cafe/Bar
Mount Haven Restaurant
Marazion Beach Mixed sand Swimming, Food & Drink
Land's End Airport
Overlooking St Michael's Mount, The Godolphin Arms in Marazion offers high-quality rooms on the beautiful west Cornwall coast. With a bar and restaurant showcasing local produce, this family-run West Country hotel also provides free parking and Wi-Fi. Each guest room features a TV, iPod dock, safe and tea/coffee making facilities including a coffee machine. All have an en-suite shower or bath, with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries provided. The Godolphin Arms restaurant serves local specialties including mussels, scallops, Cornish sausages and crab from nearby Newlyn Harbor. Cornish cream teas are also offered, while the bar serves cask ales from the county alongside a full wine list. Marazion lies 4 miles east of Penzance, and just under 10 miles from St Ives, home of Cornwall’s Tate Gallery. Helston is a similar distance away, with the Flambards Theme Park within a 25-minute drive, and pretty Mousehole is 7 miles down the coast.