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New Client : Mount Haven Hotel in Cornwall

London, February 2018: The Massey Partnership is delighted to now be representing boutique hotel, the Mount Haven in Marazion, West Cornwall. The 19 bedroom hotel is the newest addition to St Aubyn Estates which spans 5000 acres in West Cornwall including the iconic St Michael’s Mount, the Godolphin Arms and self-catering holiday cottages in Porthgwarra.

The Mount Haven has undergone extensive refurbishment since its change in ownership in 2016. Bedrooms have been individually furnished in a contemporary style, many with their own balcony or private courtyard. With mellow, relaxed interiors, landscaped gardens and mesmerising views across Mount’s Bay it is ideal for those looking for a place to escape, relax and unwind.

Nestled away, but just a short walk from the centre of the ancient market town of Marazion with its independent shops and galleries, and the causeway leading to St Michael’s Mount, and moments from the South West Coast path, the hotel is perfectly located for exploring the delights of West Cornwall both on foot and by car.

The Mount Haven restaurant is presided over by head chef Ross Sloan who is committed to using the freshest ingredients available in West Cornwall to create adventurous and imaginative dishes inspired by his surroundings. He has extensive experience in Cornish kitchens, most recently at Kota in Porthleven, and his knowledge and passion for local produce shines through in his menus. The hotel’s Terrace Bar offers guests a welcome place to relax during the day, enjoy a morning coffee and cake, or a cocktail while watching the sunset over the bay.

Treatments are available to guests including massage, reflexology and facials which are undertaken by our holistic therapists in the hotel’s dedicated treatment room. Advance booking is encouraged.

For guests looking to travel with their dog, the hotel’s Garden Haven rooms are dog-friendly. Located on the lower ground floor, the rooms have their own private courtyards and offer direct access to the gardens. Four-legged guests are offered their own beds, treats and water bowls on arrival.

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About Mount Haven Hotel

The Mount Haven is a 19 bedroom boutique hotel situated on the fringes of the ancient market town of Marazion in West Cornwall. The hotel has exceptional views across Mount’s Bay to the island fortress of St. Michael’s Mount. The hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment since it became part of St Aubyn Estates in 2016. Bedrooms are individually furnished in a contemporary style, each with their own balcony or private courtyard. The hotel has four room types: Blissful Bay, Garden Haven, Comfy and Snug. The hotel’s Garden Haven rooms are dog-friendly and located on the lower ground floor, each with their own small private courtyards, and access to the hotel’s landscaped gardens.

The Mount Haven restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner to both residents and guests. Head chef Ross Sloan and his talented team create food inspired by their surroundings, and in a modern British style. The hotel’s Terrace Bar is open all day offering a range of drinks and snacks. . Treatments are available to guests including massage, reflexology and facials which are undertaken by our holistic therapists in the hotel’s dedicated treatment room. Advance booking is encouraged.

St Aubyn Estates spans 5000 acres in West Cornwall including the iconic St. Michael’s Mount, the Godolphin Arms and self-catering holiday cottages in Porthgwarra. Following its winter closure, St Michael’s Mount re-opens to the public on 18 March 2018. For further information and reservations: https://www.mounthaven.co.uk

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