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About this property

Sitting in a pocket of paradise on Cornwall’s beautiful west coast, The Godolphin, hotel, restaurant and bar, holds a spectacular beachfront location in lovely Marazion, looking out over iconic St Michael's Mount and far out to sea. Dog-friendly with easy access to the seaside – perfect for sandy walks with your hound. Guests can spend relaxing days sipping cocktails, dining at the new restaurant Shutters, surfing and supping over the summer months, and exploring the wild Cornish coast. Dogs will love strolling along Marazion Beach, and you'll marvel at the picture-perfect views of the dreamy St Michael’s Mount, an enchanting island complete with a medieval church and castle. As the tide recedes, you can walk to the Mount via the man-made causeway and scale the famous landmark with your furry friend in tow. There are several dog-friendly beaches in the surrounding area for hounds to indulge in as well, such as the sandy Longrock Beach. Cornwall is chock-full of scenic dog-walking spots, including the world-famous Eden Project, voted the best place for scenic strolls with canine companions in the world! After a day of adventure, enjoy a delicious dinner in Shutters restaurant and watch as the sun sets over the bay - a truly unforgettable sight providing the perfect end to your evening.

Dine with Your Dog

Shutters at the Godolphin is our brand new, relaxed and beautiful restaurant and bar, four-legged friends are welcome. With new seasonal menus, great wines and local beers, Shutters opens daily at 8am for breakfast and all the way through to 11pm. Head Chef Nick Eyre and our dedicated team produce dishes using the freshest of ingredients, picked, plucked, and fished from Cornwall and her shores. Providing stunning sea views, you can also dine out on the terrace while Fido rests at your feet.

Bow wow factor

There are dozens of dog-friendly beaches nearby, such as the sandy Longrock Beach, perfect for a seaside stroll.

Need to know

Coastal
Coastal
Dine With Pet
Dine With Pet
Ground Floor Facilities
Ground Floor Facilities
Pub Within 1 Mile
Pub Within 1 Mile
Restaurant
Restaurant
WiFi
WiFi

Bedrooms & Suites

Each room at The Godolphin features simple, pleasant decor, complemented by stylish furnishings and gorgeous views. You’ll have a sizable bed, a sleek en-suite bathroom, and some delightful creature comforts to indulge in, including tea and coffee making facilities with homemade sweet treats. Four-legged guests will have plenty of space to stretch out, guaranteeing a comfortable stay for your canine companion. Certain rooms also provide stunning views over the bay toward St Michael’s Mount, as well as a quaint balcony overlooking the seafront.

Sea View Room

These spacious rooms provide stunning views over the bay and are exceedingly comfortable. You'll have a sizable bed to indulge in, and furry friends will have plenty of space to stretch out. Some rooms also feature a private balcony.
Accommodates

2 adults   1 pet  

Town View Room

These spacious rooms offer pleasing views of Marazion and are exceedingly comfortable. The simple decor is a real treat and there are plenty of fantastic facilities to indulge in, including a sizable bed and a sleek en-suite bathroom.
Accommodates

2 adults   1 pet  

Dog-Friendly Nearby

For seaside fun along the Cornish coast, The Godolphin couldn’t be more perfectly placed. Sitting right on the seafront, the hotel overlooks the historic St Michael’s Mount, an enchanting island complete with a medieval church and castle. At low tide, you and your dog can make use of the man-made causeway that links the landmark to the mainland. You’ll love the quaint harbour and the pleasant views offered. There are dozens of dog-friendly beaches to indulge in, such as the sandy Longrock Beach, and plenty of pleasant spots for relaxing strolls. Voted the best dog-walking destination in the world, the Eden Project is easily accessible by car and comes highly recommended. And, if you’d prefer not to venture too far, the peaceful town of Marazion, Cornwall’s oldest, is perfect for a leisurely afternoon.

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