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Cormorant Views is a lovely 2 bedroom contemporary apartment with wonderful views of St. Michael’s Mount and Mounts Bay. Opposite the beach and convenient for theshops, galleries, pubs and restaurants in the quaint town of Marazion with on site parking.
Entering through the front door of Feliskirk Court, climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find Cormorant Views. On entry you will be greeted with a stunning view of St.Michael’s Mount and the beautiful panorama of Mounts Bay.
The well equipped kitchen leads from the living room and dining area. There are amazing views from the open plan living space, just perfect for watching the world go by. There is also a view of the Mount and the sea from the side window in the double bedroom.
The family bathroom has a modern suite with shower over the bath.
Bedrooms: This is a first floor apartment with all rooms on the same level.
Bedroom 1 with a double bed and Sea View. Wardrobe. dressing table. 2 bedside tables
Bedroom 2 with 2 x 2'6" beds. View of Marazion. Wardrobe. 2 bedside tables.
Bathroom: There is a modern fitted family bathroom with low level WC, hand basin, shower over the bath and heated towel rail.
Kitchen Area: There are sea views for you to enjoy, from the kitchen window. The kitchen has good quality units with work space and a sink/drainer. Gas hob with a single electric fan oven. Washing machine/dryer, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler and microwave.
Living Area: The open plan living area has Mount and Sea views from the front windows and is furnished with two comfortable leather 2 seater sofa’s. There is a TV and Wi-Fi available, if & when you can take your eyes off the view
Dining Area: The dining area has an extendable dining table and seating for 6 people. The wooden floor gives the whole apartment a spacious, light and airy feel.
Other information: Bed linen and hand/bath towels are provided, however please bring your own beach towels.
Heating: Gas Central heating throughout.
Accessibility: There is a flight of stairs up to the apartment which may make this apartment unsuitable for people with certain mobility issues.
Parking: Parking for 1 car only is on site on the gravel courtyard, directly in front of the property.
Changeover day for Cormorant Views is on Saturday. Tenancies begin at 4.00pm on the day of your arrival and end before 10.00am on the day of your departure.
To secure your booking, a 25% non - refundable deposit is required at the time of booking. The final balance is due 8 weeks before your arrival date, together with a £35 booking fee and a £100 re-fundable security deposit. By making a booking you accept our terms and conditions.
Short breaks of 3 or 4 nights may be accepted at our discretion from the beginning of November until Easter, (not including Christmas / New Year). Short stays are priced pro rata of the weekly rate plus an additional cleaning charge. For stays of 5 nights or more the full weekly charge applies.
Flat 3, Feliskirk Court, Feliskirk Lane, Marazion, TR17 0HA
Parking for 1 car
Close to the beach and Marazion
Bed linen and towels provided.
Short breaks available out of season. Minimum 3 nights
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"Cormorant Views is very comfortable and well equipped. We had a really lovely week here and the view is breathtaking-every day."
"We have just had an amazing hot and sunny Easter, we’ll be going home a different colour! We managed to visit all our favourite places as well as rest and relax. The apartment has the most amazing view, that we loved waking up to every morning. Perfect week!"
"Fantastic location and what a view! Great apartment catering for all our needs. Would definitely recommend and hope to come back soon"
"We have had an amazing time here, the views from the window each day truly special. Loved St.Michael’s Mount and visiting nearby, Mousehole, St.Ives, Lands End and Minack Theatre in Porthcurno. It was amazing to see.
Of course Penzance and Marazion are places that made our stay unforgettable. Loved the Kings Arms!! Lovely accommodation. Thank you"
Meet Cormorant Views Owners, David & Andrea
What's your favourite place to eat out when you stay in Marazion and why? Our favourite place to eat in Marazion is The King's Head which is a traditional English pub. It serves excellent, good value for money, food by friendly staff: also only a short walk from our apartment.
However, a must for dining, is Trevaskis Farm, (Gwinear Rd, Connor Downs, Hayle TR27 5JQ). We love their Sunday roast meal, after we have perused their farm shop!
What is your favourite thing(s) to do when you stay in Marazion and why?Has to be St Michael's Mount as it is only a ten minute walk across the beach from our flat when the tide is out. Views from the top are fabulous looking across the bay to Mousehole, Newlyn, Penzance and Marazion. Our grandchildren like the gardens, the Mount quiz , the restaurant and the souvenir shops. Also in Marazion at the top end there is a left turning to Wheal Rodney where there is a lovely warm spa pool: we take the grandchildren there every time.
Other favourite haunts are The Minack Theatre overlooking Porthcurno beach and the beautiful Lamorna Cove.
How long have you owned your property and what do you love about it? We have owned Cormorant Views since 2010. The panoramic view from the bay window is fabulous. The constantly changing colours of the sea and landscape dictated by the changing weather. Watching the wind/ paragliding surfers during the day and the amazing sunsets over the bay in early evening.
Do you have a favourite walk in the Marazion area? Apart from the walk along the Causeway to the Mount, our favourite walk is the footpath across the bird sanctuary where rare migrating birds settle, and herons and egrets etc., nest. Also there can be seen rabbits bobbing about on the grass.
What is your favourite view of the Mount? Our favourite view of the Mount is from the small garden beside the Godolphin Arms, when the tide is out, and also when the castle is floodlight at night time, which we can see from our apartment window.
Do you have any history of the property? The property is a semi-detached house built around 1905. It was a B + B until 2006 when it was converted into 5 residential apartments with each having its own parking bay.