We are running a two dish offer from our grill menu and a 500ml pichet of house wine for £25 any night of the week. For example two fabulous 8oz Sirloin steaks from Ian Lentons butchers, or one of our fresh caught day boat fish and a chicken breast.
All served with hand-cut, triple-cooked chips and lizard leaf salad with a pichet of either French Chardonnay or Italian Cabernet Sauvignon. Continue reading
Two nights, Two breakfasts, Two dinners, Two hundred Pounds, Too good to miss
The Mount Haven Hotel looks out onto stunning St Michael’s Mount, just off the coast of Penzance, a Cornish town steeped in history and Celtic legend.
Any time is a good time to stay with us, but during selected dates in November, January and March we’ve some exceptional offers on a two night stay.
For £100 per room per night you can stay in a standard room, with its own balcony and sea views, and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and a 3 course dinner in our superb 2 Rosette Awarded restaurant. Continue reading
Offering a luxury and stylised touch, fantastic cuisine and the best views of St Michaels Mount in the country, the Mount Haven Hotel is perhaps the crown jewel of Cornwall Sea View Hotels.
This quaint, yet breathtaking Sea View Hotel in Cornwall attracts a wide variety of guests spanning all age groups and nationalities. Continue reading
October 10th 2013
Come and taste the very best of Cornish and Spanish
An appetising combination of Cornish game and Spanish wine will be served at Restaurant Mount Haven from 6.30 pm on Thursday 10th October.
Local delicacies of pheasant, partridge and rabbit will be expertly teamed with exquisite wines from the Martinez Bujanda vineyard, one of Spain’s foremost winery’s.
This will be a leisurely 6 course dining experience, and the tariff of £39.50 per person includes wine.
New Years 2013
Join us for a truly relaxing new year’s break at the Mount Haven. No whistles and bells, no party poppers or bagpipes; just kick back and relax whilst we serve you up the best of food and wines whilst you enjoy a break and recover from all the stress of Christmas. If the weather is fine you can walk the beaches and landscapes of West Cornwall, if it’s more interesting then watch it from your room or the bar. We have designed a programme to truly spoil you and see in 2014 in style, recharged to face the New Year.
View New Years Eve 2013 menu
Here are our Christmas Accommodation rates for the 2013/2014 period.
* Family Room based on 4 persons sharing
* Only very limited single occupancy rates available
* Some rooms may be able to hold extra beds- a supplement will be charged for this
* We are sorry to say no pets will be allowed in the hotel for this period Continue reading
Here’s the running order for you to review and get taken away with……
Arrival from 2pm on the 23rd December (4 day package)
Arrive and be whisked away to our spacious sitting room to enjoy a traditional Cornish cream tea.Whilst you are enjoying (what we are sure will be) dramatic views over the Mount we will take your bags to your bedroom ready for you to unwind. Continue reading
The Independent has recently published a guide to the top 50 days out in the country. Cornwall was of course featured in the list but the inclusion of Marazion was a very nice touch.
Marazion is a great place to visit, any time of the year! We have fabulous beaches. Magical sea views. St Michael’s Mount. Friendly smiles and welcomes. Great Cornish pubs. Great places to stay. And great fun for the kids. All available right here in the far west of Cornwall.
Picking out St Michales Mount, Art Galleries, Shops and Churches it was great to see our town listed. You can view the full list by clicking here
For more information on Marazion Cornwall you can look at this guide.
West Cornwall Accommodation Nomination
We are pleased to announce that The Mount Haven has been nominated as a contender for Cornwall Today’s award for Best Holiday Accommodation in west Cornwall.
Cornwall is widely heralded as one of the most beautiful parts of the country, if not the world. It has inspired creativity for centuries, and continues to do so today. Just cast your eye over the contents of this magazine, to see the plethora of talented people within its shores – artists, food producers, entrepreneurs, wildlife campaigners, chefs and event organisers, to name but a few. Continue reading
What are the problems you experienced that we wanted to solve?
Having worked in the industry for over 10 years, keeping our fingers on the pulse and from honest evaluation of your feedback we realised the following:
A great deal of people cannot tell you the difference between disciplines, and more specifically what each one treats. Often people in pain, or with health woes don’t know where to go or who to turn to!
Each discipline often has a bias depending on their training and specialties, which is not necessarily suitable for each patient. Continue reading