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A superb house constructed in an attractive modern style, to provide light and spacious accommodation. The property is one of a row of four, which is tucked away near the centre of this small village, which lies in the sheltered curve of Mounts Bay, mid-way between Penzance and Marazion. Standing almost adjacent to the beach, the house offers beautiful sea views across the whole of the Bay; the main living room is on the first floor to take full advantage of the views. All that separates the house from the beach is the railway line to Penzance; the property is fully double glazed, and this cuts down the likelihood of train noise causing any disturbance. The first class standard of this attractive accommodation, the lovely views, and the nearness of the beach (approximately 300 yards to access) all make this an excellent holiday location. There are two village pubs and two large late opening supermarkets within approximately 1/2 mile. Penzance in less than a mile away, and Marazion is within two miles. A short stroll along the beach path will take you to The Station House, a beachside restaurant; continue on into Marazion, with a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. A lovely holiday home, with full gas central heating and a cot provided.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROPERTY CAN BE BOOKED BY SMALLER PARTIES AT REDUCED RATES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF PEAK PERIODS.
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Entrance Hall. Understairs utility with automatic washing machine. Bathroom: Bath, with shower over, basin and W.C. Bedroom One: Double bed, Patio doors to patio garden; en-suite: Shower-room: Large shower cubicle, basin and W.C. Bedroom Two: Twin beds, patio doors to patio garden. Bedroom Three: 3' Pine Bunk beds. First floor: Large, open plan Lounge/Kitchen/Diner: A lovely room, light and spacious, open to the eaves with 'Velux' roof windows. Very large, angled windows and glazed doors with superb views over Mounts Bay and leading onto a large decked balcony with seats, tables and a perspex paneled safety fence and the same lovely view, TV,Video, DVD player and Stereo. Modern fitted kitchen units, worktops and breakfast bar: electric oven and gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave. Open tread pine staircase to open gallery Sitting Room/Bedroom Four: Double sofa bed, looks out over the living room and the sea view.
Outside: Patio garden with decked area, fully enclosed by high timber fence. Parking for up to three cars in garage and driveway.
Please note: Controlled dogs welcome but are only allowed on certain areas of beach.
Marazion is the oldest chartered town in Britain having been granted this status by King Henry III in 1257. Today, it is a small, peaceful town facing onto one of the most beautiful wide stretches of safe sandy beach in all of West Cornwall. Mount's Bay has recently been elected to 'The Most Beautiful Bays in the World' club, the prestigious worldwide association which also includes Cape Cod and San Francisco Bay in the USA, Paria Bay, Venezuela and Santorini Bay in Greece.
It is praise that is richly deserved by this vast stretch of glittering water and its spectacular coastline that runs in a great arc from Land's End to Lizard Point. A bustling little resort, you will find quaint narrow streets and a variety of fascinating shops however the entire area is dominated by its dramatic neighbour, the island of St Michael's Mount. Located some three miles east of Penzance, the mount is one of the iconic treasures of Cornwall. Set on an island just off shore, this fairy tale castle is now owned by the National Trust and has for centuries been the home of the St Aubyn family. Originally, a Benedictine Priory, the island served as a major port in earlier times and is thought to be the island of "Ictis" which was the centre for the export of Cornish tin and copper to the Greeks and Romans in pre-historic times. Today, the Island and Castle are open to the public every weekday and most weekends during the summer and on a limited basis during the winter.
This mystical island has a church, a medieval castle, an exotic garden clinging to the steep flanks, and an ancient harbour where you will find a myriad of shops and restaurants. Visitors can access the Mount either by an ancient causeway at low tide or by passenger ferry at high tide. Between Penzance and Marazion lies the Marazion Marshes, an area of water and reed-beds which is a magnet for wild birds, particularly during the autumn migratory period and a very popular destination for birdwatchers. Marazion retains its strong traditions as an ancient market town and its fascinating past is brought to life at a local museum situated at the Town Hall. Marazion is noted for its antique shops, art and craft galleries and for its traditional pubs and restaurants
31 May till 29 June - 20% OFF
We had an absolutely wonderful stay-thank you !
The house is fantastic,very spacious and well laid out. Great proximity to the beach and amenities and close enough to other places for day trips out. ( We also had amazing weather for sunbathing which was an added bonus !)
Miss L Jenkin
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