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Sleeps 2
Property type Villa
Tariff band £289.00 - £549.00 p/wk
Changeover day Sunday
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Min # of nights 3
Size 1 sqm
Arrival time 16:00
Departure time 10:00

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A great place to stay for a couple looking to explore the west Cornwall area! Located just a few minutes outside of picturesque Marazion in a rural position, Bos Bugh has beaches, surfing, walking and wonderful scenery all nearby including the iconic St Michael's Mount.

Bos Bugh is a self contained wing of the Owner's house, located just a few minutes outside the picturesque village of Marazion. This ideal property for a couple is a single storey barn conversion with a spacious living room with exposed beams. Whilst there is no garden at Bos Bugh, there are some delightful walks to to be enjoyed nearby. Marazion in Cornwall is a great place to visit, any time of the year! The home of the iconic St Michael’s Mount. Two fabulous beaches. Magical sea views. Friendly smiles and welcomes. Great Cornish pubs. Great places to stay. All available right here in the far west of Cornwall.

Ground Floor Only: Open plan sitting / dining area with a separate kitchen followed by a double bedroom (with 4'6" bed) with en-suite bathroom and over bath shower.
Exterior: No outside space.

Facilities & Services
Heating is via underfloor central heating. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle,fridge / freezer and washer / dryer. The sitting room area has a flatscreen digital Freeview TV & DVD player. There is intermittent WiFi available at the property. There is an iron & ironing board.

Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. Regrettably no children or babies under 16. Regrettably no dogs. There is parking available for up to one vehicle on the shared drive.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Sunday.
Shortbreaks are available during quieter periods.
£100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.

The beautiful town of Marazion, set on the shores of Mount's Bay, has for long been a hot favourite for tourism in West Cornwall. Its clean, sandy beaches, with stunning views toward the Lizard Peninsula and Land's End, have established Marazion as the most wonderful destination for beach holidays in Cornwall.

Mount's Bay, renowned as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, provides a safe seaside environment for swimming.

Marazion is also a popular destination for windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing. A number of major sporting events in these fields are held on Marazion's beaches. Marazion is perhaps more widely famed as being the gateway to the enchanting Saint Michael's Mount, the jewel in Cornwall's crown. Saint Michael's Mount is accessed by a causeway, once walked by pilgrims in honour of the alleged appearance of Saint Michael, which is revealed at low tide. At other times visitors are ferried from Marazion to the Mount in small boats.

Marazion is within easy travelling distance of all major attractions in West Cornwall, and is the ideal base for your holiday in Cornwall. Marazion is a short distance along the beach from Penzance, and from here it is simple to travel to Land's End, St Ives, Newquay, Helston, and the popular destinations of the Minack Theatre, the St. Ives Tate Gallery and the Eden Project.

Nearby Penzance, meaning 'holy headland' is the last major town before Lands End. The market town was once made famous as the birthplace of Sir Humphrey Davy, now services the Isles of Scilly by land and sea. The streets of Penzance hold many historic buildings dating from the 17th century; it is well worth a walk around. The Turk's Head pub on Chapel Street reputed to date from 1233 is the older pub in the town, steeped in smuggling and pirate history. A few minutes down the road is Newlyn, home to one of the largest fishing fleets with over 40 acres of harbour as well as more recently attracting many great artists and exhibitions.


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