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Holidays are about rest, rejuvenation, getting close to our beautiful natural environment and all best served with a large dollop of indulgence.


Packet Quays
Sea Views
Harbour views

Public Transport

Bus Stop
528 feet
Train Station
0.7 miles


1.5 miles
Eating Out
100 feet
528 feet
on site

Marlbro is perfectly appointed for fine dining on the harbour's edge, strolls through the town selecting holiday momentoes, dusk walks along the seafront and dips in the sea.

Situated at the top of the old High Street you are in the hub of the town's most interesting boutiques, great coffee shops and the charming Old Brewery Yard. Fork right at the bottom of the hill for The Moor and Tuesday's Farmer's Market. At the other end of the town and harbour is the Events Square and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.

As one would expect in a town with its historical roots firmly in the sea and the arts, there are many a gallery and the brilliant Poly with its diverse film viewings, shows and exhibitions. Or go more mainstream and catch a movie at The Phoenix.

For an evening G&T in the sun head to Gylly Beach cafe and grab one of the end tables, just don't forget your bathers because you will be tempted.

Just fifteen minutes in the car is the tranquil and oh so beautiful Helford River with its idyllic coves, clear waters and some brilliant waterside pubs such as The Ferry Boat Inn.

Head further south and you will reach the rugged cliffs of the Lizard and some breath-taking scenery. Of course you are never far from the opposing coast in Cornwall, so try and find time to hit the north also and grab some time in the waves.