If you want to eat fresh, local produce and dine out while taking in one of the most magnificent beachside views in the country then we recommend a visit to The Godolphin Arms in Marazion. A really beautiful location with both outdoor and inside dining.
Perched overlooking the beautiful St Michael’s Mount with views across to Penzance, Newlyn, Mousehole and The Lizard, you can enjoy a Cornish cream tea, bar snack, 3 course meal or just a drink. The stylish restaurant is set along a two mile stretch of beach in the historic market town of Marazion and is family friendly with a great children’s menu.
The South West Coastal Path runs through the town and the RSPB nature reserve is home to Cornwall’s largest reed bed and an abundance of plants and birds. The iconic destination of St Michael’s Mount is just across the water from the Godolphin Arms - a short boat trip away or, when the tide opens and reveals the historic causeway, you can walk across to the island.