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Self-Catering in Marazion

Trevarthian House, Marazion, Cornwall

Trevarthian House
Trevarthian Holiday Homes
West End

Marazion
Cornwall

TR17 0EG | View map
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Trevarthian House is a large Victorian Grade II listed building situated in its own grounds, with beautiful views of St. Michael's Mount and Mount's Bay. Lying within 50 yards of the sandy beach the architectural style, palm trees, gardens and seaside location offer a tranquil holiday setting in which to relax. The individual apartments are large in size and vary from sleeping two to five people. They are all self contained and refurbished to a very high standard. We have an office, free laundry and large private car park on site.

Just a two-minute walk to safe sandy beach, children's playground, village pubs, restaurants, galleries, shops, bus-routes for Lands End, St Ives & Penzance. Just a five minute walk to St Michael’s Mount itself.

Full-week prices range from £250 (standard size one-bedroom apartment, off-season) to £940 (large three-bedroom apartment in August). Part-weeks breaks are available November-March, or on a very last minute basis during peak season, with a three-night minimum stay and £175 minimum charge. Please call us or visit our website for further details. Free electricity, heating, bed linen, and TVs, DVDs/VCRs, cookers, fridges, microwaves in all accommodation. Family owned and supervised to ensure high standards. Free colour brochure by request.

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Unit Type: Apartments
Price Guide: Price Guide: £250 (one bedroom apartment low-season, sleeps 2) - £940 (3-bedroom apartment high-season, sleeps 5) pw
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