Located at the heart of Mount’s Bay and overlooking Marazion beach, The Goldolphin enjoys incredible views across the water to St Michael’s Mount. However, it’s no regular Georgian seaside hotel: inside, a treasure trove of boho furnishings and eye-catching curios create an enchanting sense of fun and wonder
Kick off a visit to the contemporary Godolphin hotel and restaurant with a trip to the cocktail bar to sip a Pretty in Pink, a tantalising fusion of Tarquin’s Rhubarb & Raspberry Gin topped with rosé bubbles, lemon and Fever-Tree Raspberry & Orange Blossom Soda.
Aperitifs imbibed, make your way to Shutters restaurant where head chef Kai Taylor and team work closely with dayboat fishermen and local farmers to create dishes that shine a light on the best Cornish produce.
Starters such as plump St Austell Bay mussels and unctuous rillettes of Cornish black pig pave the way for the likes of Ruby Red beef short rib, Creedy Carver duck and locally caught plaice and sea bass. End your evening on a sweet high with a tempting dessert, such as wood-smoked pineapple with cinnamon and lime syrup.
For the full Godolphin experience, book a bed for the night in one of its ten chic rooms. It’s worth sleeping over to sample the breakfast menu, which is stacked with crowd-pleasers featuring South West staples such as hog’s pudding and Cornish kippers.
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