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Retreat to this beach-fronted hotel on the West Cornish coast, where fresh local and seasonal produce is served in the restaurant accompanied by the backdrop of breathtaking sea vistas. The hotel provides the gateway to the iconic Cornish landmark of St Michael's Mount, with a plethora of water-based activities on offer, including sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking.

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The Godolphin is positioned on the beachfront of the Mount's Bay Sweep in the small market town of Marazion in West Cornwall - perfectly placed for taking in the golden syrup Cornish sunsets. For those looking to explore, The Tremenheere Sculptural Garden, Land's End, Minack Theatre and Tate St Ives all sit within easy reach.

Located directly opposite St Michael's Mount, it offers a gateway for guests wishing to visit the tidal island.

By car: the hotel is 6 hours from London, 3 hours 30 mins from Bristol and 2 hours from Plymouth. Free parking is available opposite the hotel.

By train: London Paddington to Penzance takes around 5 hours. The hotel is then 10-15 mins away in a taxi. Book trains to Penzance.

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Abundant with natural light, the living areas are bright and airy. The dining area, featuring a stunning two-story glass and zinc design, opens up to a balcony upstairs and a terrace downstairs, both of which provide breathtaking views. Embracing a relaxed coastal aesthetic that highlights the beauty of the surrounding environment, with interiors made up of shades of grey, blue and green - beach-lovers will feel right at home.


Whether it's a late breakfast, afternoon tea or al fresco drinks, hours at the Godolphin can easily be lost gazing seaward. Crabby's bar and the beachfront terrace offer ample seating to relax and soak up the staggering views. The affable team are super welcoming and always happy to assist.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


All ten of the coastal-inspired rooms are light-filled and spacious with comfortable beds and neutral décor to enhance the views. Two rooms offer generous sea-facing balconies with a table, chairs and sun umbrella, six have sea views and two are family suites.

Room types: Town View, Sea View

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Bloom Remedy toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

For a quick bite by the sea, Crabby's Bar is a must-visit - their crab sandwiches and nachos are unbelievably delicious. Shutters restaurant and bar is a laidback spot where guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner. During the summer months, the doors open up to provide a delightful al fresco dining experience. Restaurants offer all day dining and include a variety of evolving specials made from local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients.

Shutters Restaurant & Lounge Bar: relaxed dining, seafront terrace, seasonal menu. Open daily. Mains from £18.

Crabby's: fish and seafood, snacks. Open Fri-Sun. Large plates from £11.

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