Coachman’s Cottage

Marazion, Cornwall
Self-catering


A few minutes' walk to the beach, a coastal stroll to Penzance - a sunny stylish Victorian cottage with blissful views and a spa bath for 2

Bedroom

1 bedroom

Sleeps

Sleeps 2

The
Experience

A sunny seaside cottage filled with light and Victorian charm: perfect for honeymooners, the artistically inspired and bon-viveurs. A few minutes walk to the beach, a coastal stroll to Penzance, a short drive or cycle to St Ives and Land’s End. The Grade II-listed one-storey cottage has large sash windows facing south over the sea: a stunning view. Settle by the wood-burner and watch the rising tide turn St Michael’s Mount into an island. The cream-toned living room is bright with a large gilt mirror and gold cushions, a sisal rug covers original painted floorboards, flowers are fresh. Wander through to a fully-equipped fitted kitchen lined with wood panelling; dine at a small, winged wooden table. Pull back the bedroom curtains to gaze out to ever-changing nautical views from a king-sized bed; original watercolours, by the owner’s Royal Academician grandfather, are a treat. There’s a double-ended spa bath to bubble away the sand, tea and homemade cake on arrival provided by the lovely, semi-retired owners (she a teacher, he an engineer). The beach is close and restaurants, pubs (with gardens to lounge in) and shops are a lazy five-minute stroll.

Essentials

  • Hot tub
  • WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Mobile reception
  • Oven
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Hob
  • Parking on premises
  • Barbecue
  • Free parking nearby
  • Meals available
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Breakfast available
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Central heating
  • Wheelchair access
  • Limited mobility
  • Air conditioning
  • Washing machine
  • Garden
  • Television
  • Tennis court
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Children welcome
  • Books and toys
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Check in
From 3.30pm
Check out
10am
Closed
Rarely.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.

Pricing

Nightly price
from £70
Weekly price
from £475
1 Cottage for 2
From £701 bedroom

Reviews

Delightful cottage in a great location, ideal for a couple wanting a quiet break. Owner has considered guests' needs carefully and so the visit was comfortable and enjoyable. Great for walking and good deli nearby for food.

Ray

A delightful cottage, beautifully presented and extremely well equipped. A lovely touch to be greeted with fresh flowers and cake! From what I gather, we were lucky to have a parking space close to the cottage! Rod and Nick were very helpful when we needed it - would definitely consider staying again (even though we generally tend not to return anywhere as the world is such a huge place!).

Carolyn, London

This cottage is not only spacious and very well equipped, but for those who appreciate a period style property you will not be disappointed. The cottage is elegant and beautifully finished but above cosy and comfortable. The log fire is a definite bonus for those chillier and blustery evenings. The location is perfect; the views over to St Michael’s Mount are breath-taking, whatever the weather, with local shops, fabulous restaurants, pubs and delis only a short stroll away. This is a perfect base from which to explore the local area; surely just another of Cornwall’s hidden gems!

Richard

A beautiful cottage which is immaculately presented. You are enveloped in muted colours from the moment you walk in. The bed is incredibly comfortable and the spa bath in the elegant bathroom is wonderful. We spent our time sitting in the window seat by the logfire, gazing out at St Michael's Mount. Fresh flowers and homemade cake was a delightful welcome. We would definitely stay here again.

Helen, Exeter

We had an absolutely blissful break away in this gorgeous cottage with stunning sea views. Exquisitely decorated yet so homely too, perfect to relax next to the woodburner after a day of walking/swimming/exploring - the location is fantastic, in easy reach of many famous landmarks and a mere stroll away from lovely local eateries. Thank you for a holiday to remember.

R&t

We had a very pleasing experience at Coachman's Cottage. We were welcomed on arrival with biscuits, cake and flowers. The apartment is extremely comfortable, with great attention to the details which make for a relaxing break. Everything works!

Jill

We had a very relaxing stay at the Coachman's Cottage. The property is tastefully decorated with a spacious bathroom and well equipped kitchen. The view of St Michael's Mount from the bedroom and living room is amazing. The bed is the most comfortable I have slept in (and the room quiet). Off-street parking is provided, although larger cars may have difficulty accessing the space as there is not much spare to manoeuvre. The owners very kindly provided tea, cakes and a pint of milk on arrival. There are 2 fine dining restaurants, 3 pubs with food and a fish & chip shop within a 5 minute walk.

Antoneta

Coachman's Cottage is a really lovely special place to stay. Everything you need for your stay, is in the cottage. The sea is a stroll away as are the pubs and footpath walks. If you happen to pass Marazion Town hall on a Weds eve, 'Penzance Orpheus Ladies choir' practice there from 7pm and you can go in and listen to them. They are fantastic!

Sarah

We have had an amazing stay in Coachman's cottage. It is the most idyllic, stylish and comfortable place we have ever stayed in. The owners are extemely thoughtful and the attention to detail is fantastic. We were warm and comfortable and surrounded by beauty. Our stay was magical and we can't wait to return. The position is perfect with lovely restaurants and a stunning beach. The views are possibly the best in Britain, we lay in bed looking out over St Michael's mount. This place is pure bliss. A perfect holiday is guaranteed.Thank you Coachman's.

Geraldine

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Location

The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from RB & NJ Brew

  • Historic charter town of Marazion has great charm and character, with good quality pubs and restaurants, all easily accessible on foot
  • 5 minute walk to St Michael's Mount's causeway, walk across at low tide, take the ferry at high tide. Relax on the long sandy beach and enjoy the amazing view of the castle on the mount or kite or windsurf in the bay, lessons available.
  • Enjoy the sublime coastal scenery and walking, with the coastal path being accessible on foot in 5 minutes. Go west to Penzance or east to Perranuthnoe with its charming pub and excellent cafe overlooking the sea.
  • Perfect base to explore all of West Cornwall: within 1/2 hour drive, St Ives,, Tate Gallery, Lands End, Minack theatre, sub-tropical gardens, the Lizard and neolithic landscapes. Take a day trip from Penzance to the Scillies by air or sea.
  • Many quality dining opportunities nearby, often using the freshest of seafood from Newlyn.
  • Submerge yourself in the thriving local art scene, drawing on the intense coastal light. Explore the Tate St Ives, Penlee and many other local galleries. Try your hand at painting & drawing classes available at Newlyn & St Ives or just visit open studios.