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Eating Out Marazion Cornwall

Places to Eat Marazion Cornwall

 

There are plenty of places to eat in Marazion Cornwall including many pubs and cafes. We have set out our list of places to eat in Marazion Cornwall below. If you would like to recommend somewhere in Marazion to eat or for a drink or add to or amend the details we hold please contact us.

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GODOLPHIN ARMS

Marazion Cornwall

West Cornwall

Type: Pub, Restaurant

Situated in the centre of Marazion the dog friendly Godolphin Arms commands excellent views over the sea and causeway to St. Michael's Mount with Penzance, Newlyn and Mousehole in the distance which can be enjoyed from the large picture window or terrace. The food is good and reasonably priced with a varied menu that changes throughout the day. I would recommend the sunday calvery where you have a choice of meat (even a tip bit for the dog) or nut roast and help yourself from the wide selection of vegetables. Open every day of the year from 8a.m. serving full English breakfast, a range of teas, coffees through to lunch afternoon tea and dinner.

The Godolphin Arms, West End, Marazion, Cornwall. Tel: 01736 71020

www.godolphinarms.co.uk

Dog Friendly Place to Eat: Yes

Sea View: Yes

Local Cornish Seafood Served: Yes

Vegetarian Options Available: Yes

THE DELI

Marazion Cornwall

West Cornwall

Type: Cafe

Recommended by an All About Cornwall user who says "Very friendly cafe with delicious homemade cakes, scones, soups, meals etc. and dogs very very welcome."

The Deli, Suffolk House, Fore Street, Marazion, TR17 0AH Tel 01736 711879 OR 07833 031 942

Dog Friendly Place to Eat: Yes

Sea View: Unknown

Local Cornish Seafood Served: Yes

Vegetarian Options Available: Yes

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