The Godolphin Arms

On the sea side of the main road in Marazion.


The Marazion Hotel and Cutty Sark

A restaurant in the hotel and bar food in the pub side.


King’s Arms

11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Bar meals (Quiz night Tuesday evenings)
12 midday -10.30 pm. Sundays


The Tudor Fish and chips

Oposite the car park


Chapel Rock

On the road junction by the Godolphin Arms


The Fire Engine

Pub up the hill on the right


There are some of the menus in the folders at the cottage.

There are a number of places to eat in Marazion.  Many vary their times of opening according to the season and some close in the winter These above are all well used.

There are also a large number of restaurants, cafes and pubs in Penzance, Newlyn  and Mousehole as well as places that will deliver food.



St Michael’s Mount

The island can be reached by the causeway at low tide and by ferry at other times.

The Castle is open for visitors during the main summer season.


Minack Theatre. Portcurno, Penzance

This theatre is on the cliff side with spectacular views. It has plays and other entertainment during the season

Between May and September. It is an enjoyable evening but it can get cold and the seats hard so do take warm clothes and a cushion. The schedule is in the folder. Tel (01736) 810 181.


Porthminster Café, St Ives

Excellent fish, in a great location by the sea.  Recommended by The Times (2012) as one of the top 5 places to eat fish. Tel: (01736) 795 352.


Jubilee Open air pool, Penzance

A fabulous outdoor Lido, opened in 1930’s.  Open May – September, free sun loungers and deckchairs.  Check website for opening times,  Tel: (01736) 334 832.


Greevor Tin Mine, Penzance

Situated on the cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean.  A working tin mine, until closed in 1990.   This museum tracks the story of Tin and guided underground tours.  Open all year round.  Tel : (01736) 788 662.



Savoy Cinema, 16 Causewayhead   Penzance  TR18 2SN       (01736) 363330