Right on the shore of Mount's Bay - famed for looking peaceful in calm weather but being a death trap when things get rough, with over 150 wrecks within its waters - Marazion's clean, sandy beaches have beautiful views over to Land's End, Lizard Peninsula and of course St. Michael's Mount. Making it a Cornish favourite. So there's plenty to choose from when it comes to the best places to stay in Marazion, from family campsites to luxurious hotels.
With safe swimming for families, this is also a great spot for windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing. And of course when the tide is low you can still approach St. Michael's Mount the way the pilgrims did - walking across the causeway.
Marazion is also close to many of West Cornwall's main attractions, like the Eden Project, the Tate in St. Ives and Penzance and Land's End.
To bag a bed in one of our picks of the best places to stay in Marazion during the summer months, you'll need to be organised and book early. Otherwise come during quieter periods, when the village isn't overrun and you can enjoy the surroundings without the crowds.
Still not sure which to book? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Marazion, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice. Alternatively widen your search and check out all our Cornwall recommendations.
Recently renovated, family run beachside hotel on the unspoilt Cornish coast with beautiful views and modern, well-equipped rooms. The restaurant and bar offer local Cornish dishes and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Suited for families and couples alike due to excellence of staff and location.
The beach is but a short stroll from this coastal haven. Each of the three rooms are decorated in a French country style. The B&B's small capacity allows for an intimate, romantic atmosphere (and it's adults only). No lunch or dinner but award winning restaurants are close by.
St Hilary, Cornwall
Historic Georgian estate providing a gateway to local activities and a fine B&B as a base.
Nr Penzance, Cornwall
Soothing contemporary haven overlooking St Michael’s Mount. Modern and simple rooms with large glass doors leading onto balconies. The best have sea views. An excellent restaurant using the fresh local produce. A lovely spot for a romantic getaway.