Located in the historic Cornish town of Marazion, Bosworgy Bay offers a beautifully furnished retreat, with high-spec amenities, indoor entertainment with your comfort in mind. Sit back and enjoy the uninterrupted view of St Michael's Mount from your own private terrace. Never, throughout the whole year, will you get tired of the ever-changing views, magnificent sunsets, the floodlit castle and sea-life in the bay. Enjoy homemade meals with views looking over the sea or use the pine table to write, draw and work on. The large, sociable, open-plan room offers a perfect area for inspiration. Discover the delights of cooking with views over Mounts Bay while socialising in the open plan kitchen. You couldn't ask for more in the living room, with two comfortable sofas facing the wide French doors overlooking the view. Get cosy in the king-size bed with luxurious sheets with a book, feel like you're drifting away to the sound of the sea in the distance.
What is the capacity for Bosworgy Bay?
The House has just one comfortable double bedroom that sleeps two. However, if there are more than two guests, the sofa can be transformed into a double bed for two more people, and if you need space for one more, there is also a single sofa bed.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the MARAZION area?
In the ancient Cornish town of Marazion. The House is a short journey away from the glorious fishing villages of Newlyn, Mousehole, and Penzance, each boasts large town amenities with various galleries, activities and interesting shops and restaurants. Marazion is one of the oldest chartered towns in the United Kingdom and St Michaels Mount is the famous fairytale island and castle of Cornwall. Visit the many galleries, pubs, cafes and shops. Take a trip along Mounts Bay in the direction of Mousehole. Drive through the harbour of Mousehole, see the galleries and take the picturesque coast road to Lamorna. Travel the St Ives to Penzance coastline. Discover the Cornish Mining Heritage and St Just & Geevor Tin Mine in Pendeen with its fabulous museum in the most atmospheric rugged landscape. The golden sands of Gwithian lead you to the Godrevey lighthouse for surfing and kitesurfing. Wonder through the wild cliffs and spy on the seals in their natural habitat. Miles of cliffs and scenic beaches follow the Atlantic coastline and get a thrill looking down on Hell’s Mouth. Take the Perranuthnoe and Prussia Cove coastal route and explore the hidden coves and Cudden Point. Stop off at the various villages and towns and take in the wild beauty that surrounds you. Visit Tate St Ives, Leach Pottery, and numerous galleries and stunning beaches. Join an art class at the St Ives Painting School or try your hand at surf school in the more picturesque setting. Travel to Porthcurno from Sennen, through the little villages in between including Land's End and Minack Theatre. Walkers can park their car at Sennen Cove and walk the coastal route off the beaten track for stunning views. For a magical moment, tie a ribbon at Madron wishing well and go to see the old Lanyon Quoit monument and look over to Ding Dong mine on the moorland. Marazion marshes are a bird watcher's paradise and are within walking distance.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are so many options to buy local food to prepare your favourite meals. The custom-built kitchen provides everything you need to create a gourmet meal! Choose your vegetables for the local farm shops, The Newlyn fish market is a perfect place to find the daily catch or simply stock up in nearby Penzance. Alternatively, if you would like to venture into the local village there is an array of dining options available for you to choose from serving fresh, local food.