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£390-£850

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Property description

Rhymney Villas is a generously proportioned and beautifully appointed ground floor apartment ideally suited for two, but can accommodate four. The apartment is conveniently located in the very centre of the ancient market town of Marazion close to its award winning restaurants, character pubs and galleries. The sea and sandy beach with the tidal causeway to the magical island fortress of St Michael’s Mount is just 100 metres away. There are fabulous views of the Mount from the living room, which has French doors opening onto a small patio with palm trees, giving the whole
apartment a light and airy feel.

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Accommodation details

Entering the large apartment through the impressive porch door, your eyes are immediately drawn through the kitchen, dining area and living room to the amazing view of the sea and St Michaels Mount beyond.
The apartment is deceptively spacious with period features throughout, and is beautifully furnished and decorated, with lovely artwork to provide light, airy and stylish accommodation. The property retains many original features such as wood floors, panelled doors, coved ceilings, alcoves, and fitted cupboards.
The long living room with its magnificent grandfather clock and writing desk has a comfy sofa and inviting leather armchair, with a pair of high back wooden chairs strategically placed from which to relax and enjoy the outstanding view through the opening French doors.
When the view has become too much, free superfast wi-fi, DAB radio / CD player and a large flat screen smart TV with Amazon & Freeview are available provide alternative viewing and entertainment.

Bedroom:   The generously proportioned en-suite master bedroom features an impressive mahogany wardrobe and antique chest of drawers. The bed with reading lights over, can be configured as a super king, or unzipped to provide two 3’6” single beds.

Although Rhymney Villas is best suited to two guests, there is a pull out double sofa bed in the room between the master bedroom and the open plan living space, allowing up to four guests to stay. However access to the WC / Shower room for everyone staying in the apartment is through the master bedroom, which may be an issue for some.

Bathroom: The en-suite bathroom features a large walk in rain shower, WC, hand basin with illuminated mirror and plenty of storage.

Kitchen Area: The large kitchen is very well equipped with a range of high quality units with granite workspace and fitted appliances including; electric oven and halogen hob, microwave, toaster, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier, and an extensive set of cooking utensils. 
A dining table with seats for four sits close to a bay window with cushioned window seat providing yet another view of the Mount.

Living Area: The spacious living room has a large comfortable sofa and leather armchair to relax in front of the electric stove effect fire and a couple of high back chairs from which to admire the gorgeous views. There is a large writing desk and handsome grandfather clock, plus a blanket box stocked with board games.
Superfast broadband Wi-Fi is provided as well as a 40-inch smart TV with Amazon and Freeview channels, plus a DVD player with a good stock of DVD’s. There is also a DAB radio and CD player.

Linen: All bed linen, plus soft towelling white hand and bath towels are provided; however please bring your own beach towels.

Accessibility: The apartment is on the ground floor with level access throughout all rooms. There are steps at the front door which could make access for a wheel chair difficult, but otherwise the apartment is well suited for people with mobility issues. There are grab handles in the walk in shower. The toilet is not a high seat WC.

Parking: Car Parking is available just 100m away at the Marazion Sea Front car park. Daily tickets may be purchased from the attendant at £4.50 per day, although out of season (October to March), parking is free.

Changeover: Changeover day for Rhymney Villas 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.


Changeover Day

Changeover day for Rhymney Villas 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.

Booking Notes

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

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.

Rhymney Villas, Marazion, Cornwall, TR17 0EA

 

Please see our terms and conditions before confirming your booking.

Property features

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  • Saturday changeover

  • Parking available nearby at Marazion Seafront car park (£4.50/day)

  • Stunning views of St Michael’s Mount and the sea

  • 100 metres from the beach and tidal causeway to St Michaels Mount and in the centre of Marazion with its restaurants, shops and galleries.

  • 1 bedrooms. Sleeps 2 to 4 (with double sofa bed).

  • 1 en-suite WC shower room

  • Large well equipped kitchen / dining room

  • Spacious living room with antique furnishings

  • Wi-Fi, Amazon TV, DVD, DAB radio & CD player.

  • Bed linen and towels provided.

  • Short breaks available out of season - minimum 3 nights stay.

  • Ground Floor – well suited to guests with limited mobility.

  • No pets

  • No smoking.

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Reviews

No.1 Rhymney villas was amazing. Such a wonderful holiday home. The best stocked kitchen I have ever come across in a holiday let. Gorgeous comfortable furniture. A bed I didn’t want to get out of..... Well... only to look at the view again! Location was fantastic. It was nice to be away from Penzance but so accessible too with the bus stops to st Ives or Penzance right outside the door. I really appreciated pre-booking speaking to Paul about my non-car options. Perfect for a couple. So much space! Almost took up squatters’ rights...
— Janette Hawkridge - July 2019
We were delighted with our ground floor flat at 1 Rhymney Villas probably the nicest holiday property we have stayed in. The furnishings were tasteful, comfortable spacious and practical, everything had been thought of. In particular the view straight out on the mount watching the tide and people coming and going. Local restaurants excellent, parking next to the hotel was close and easy, whilst there is a good drop off at the house.
Thank you, definitely coming again.
— Ann Palmer - July 2019
I stayed at 1 Rhymney Villas and it was everything we hoped for and more. I actually dont think the photos did the proportions of the flat justice. Everything in the kitchen and bathroom had been thoughtfully stocked. Apart from personal toiletries etc, we had it all. It was so nice to have the patio. We did feel smug sitting outside with our wine in the sunshine! And a brilliant location. Cant find a bad thing to say about the property or the managing company.
— Janette Leddra Hawkridge - June 2019
My husband and I have just returned from our second stay at Rhymney Villa and can thoroughly recommend it. The property is elegantly furnished, comfortable and has everything one could need for a great holiday. But most of all there is the view, straight out onto the sea and St Michael’s Mount.
— Geraldine Goddard - Cheshire - June 2019
Just returned from a stay in Rhymney Villas. Omg it was amazing. I loved the décor. Big beautiful & comfortable with the most amazing view. I would highly recommend a stay here. - Terri Starkey
“It’s a perfect spot for couples or small families, we had a super king bed and our son was on a fold out double in the next room which was really comfortable. The apartment is beautifully presented with nice touches and every detail is well thought out. The view is spectacular from the lounge bay windows. Location is superb a stones throw from all the best eateries and a great chippy. We are definitely booking again!” April 2019
— John, Jo & Adam Chester - Manchester
Beautiful house in a great location in a beautiful coastal village. The view from the sitting room facing directly towards St Michaels Mount must be one of the best along this coast! Would recommend this highly as a base to tour Southern Cornwall. This property is very comfortable with a big comfortable bed and a super bathroom, what else would you need!
— Kieran

"A wonderful, cosy, comfortable apartment with a fabulous view, seconds from the beach, shops etc. Very relaxing"

"This is a superb apartment, fantastic views when having morning coffee. Ideal location for touring and walks at night. Will definitely book again"

"Rhymney Villas has the Wow factor. St.Michaels Coastal Cottages make your stay a comfortable and relaxing stay. They go the extra mile leaving a wonderful cream tea"

"The apartment is beautifully presented with a wonderful view. The comfort and location of the apartment make it an ideal place to stay even out of season or in bad weather. We had a lovely stay, thank you"

"Stunning property in a stunning location. Walking into the lounge area every morning towards the french doors and looking at the view was just heaven!"

"Amazing property with absolutely stunning view!!"

"The view is fantastic! The flat is extremely well kitted out and beautifully decorated and furnished. Also the situation is perfect for the beach, shops restaurants and buses. We will certainly be re booking!"

 

Meet the Owner - Dr Russell Blacker

How long have you owned Rhymney Villas?  
“6 years”

What's your favourite view of St Michael's Mount? 
“The one right out of our window – it is the best view of the Mount there could possibly be.”

What's your favourite things to do in Marazion?  
“Walk along the beach and along the coastal path to Perranuthnoe, have a meal in the Godolphin or Kings Arms, attend a service at the Methodist Church, walk through the RSBP Reserve up to Ludgvan, or just sit at the Gwelva and take in the view.”

Where is your favourite place for a meal?  
“Kings Arms and the Godolphin Hotel – (there are other several other very good places to eat).

What is your favourite walk in the area?  
“Across the RSBP Reserve up to Ludgvan then across the fields to to Tremeneheere woods, down through the woods to Tremenheere Gardens (for tea) then down to the sea and back along the beach to Marazion.”

What is the history of the property? 
“Built in the 1880s by a railway engineer who built the Rhymney railway in Wales – and other railways in South Africa. He built Rhymney Villas in Marazion to retire in.”