Meet the owners! Seaglass

What's your favourite place to eat out when you stay in Marazion? Ben’s Cornish Kitchen (Jon); The Godolphin (Janet).

Note from STMCC: Ben's Cornish Kitchen is a fabulous restaurant with a delicious and always developing menu and a vast assortment of wines to accompany each course. Find out more here, and be sure to book well in advance: 

Note from STMCC: Godolhin Arms: Blessed with the breadth of view across Mount's Bay, this has to be one of the finest views in England. Good food and it can be busy at peak times.

What is your favourite thing to do when you stay in Marazion? Hunt for seaglass on the beach!

How long have you owned your property and what do you love about it? Since December 2015, we love the light and the sea views from nearly every window.

Do you have a favourite walk in the Marazion area? Along the beach to Long Rock.

Note from STMCC: You can walk from Seaglass, west along the coast path and beach. Stop at Jordans cafe for a treat and enjoy the wide open beach with the Mount to the East and Penzance, Newlyn and Mousehole to the east. If you're a keen runner, it's an easy 5km from Marazion to Penzance.

What is your favourite view of the Mount? From the bedroom in Seaglass, especially as the sun comes up.

Note from STMCC: Seaglass has stunning views from the property towards the Mount, and a short walk down Leys Lane allows you to access the Eastern beach, full of rock pools or head round the lane to the right and you will arrive at the small harbour where at high tide you can catch boats to the Mount or walk along teh beach towards the Godoplhin Arms. Top Tip: This is often a great sheltered spot for a beach BBQ or breakfast as well!

Do you have any history of the house?It used to be a B&B with the kitchen in the basement flat and a 'dumb waiter' bringing the meals up to the dining room. One of our neighbours used to work as a waitress there.

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