Marazion is one of Cornwall's oldest  market towns and was once a thriving trading port with merchandise coming from all over the world to St Michael's Mount's harbour. 

Before that The Castle was on a hill and Mounts Bay was a dense woodland.  The last wolf of the country was believed to have died in this woodland!  Stumps of the trees can be seen at low tide even today.

Modern day Marazion offers beautiful safe sandy beaches with lifeguard patrols and safe swimming for children.  It is the gateway to the National Trust 'castle atop a rocky crag' where you can walk across the causeway at low tide to St Michael's Mount and test your sea legs when the tide come in with one of the local ferry boats.   Climb to the top to the castle and take in the breath taking view of the bay and back towards Marazion.

With its handful of shops, galleries and cafes Marazion is a perfect place for a relaxing,  intimate short break or holiday.  A short stroll from Denham House of an evening and you can sample the selection of pubs and restaurants some with incredible Mount views and watch the sun go down over supper!  


Nearest Train Station:    Penzance 3 miles

Nearest Bus/Coach Station:    Penzance 3 miles

Nearest Airport:     Newquay 35 miles

Nearest Bus Stop:  100 yards