Tregew Holiday Bungalows

Welcome to Tregew Holiday Bungalows

Two self contained one bedroom bungalows, sleeping 2/3 each. Situated in the quiet, peaceful, tranquil and most exclusive area of Marazion, breathtaking views of St Michaels Mount, Mounts Bay and across to Penzance, Newyln and Mousehole.

On the hillside overlooking the western end of Marazion. Adjoining the owners detached bungalow which has a garden at the front with parking space at the foot of a short flight of steps which leads to each bungalow which both have a sun terrace and built in barbecues. Fully equipped, colour T.V., video, fridge, cooker, microwave etc.

The bungalows overlook St Michaels Mount, and have magnificent views across Mounts Bay to Penzance and to the fishing villages of Newlyn and Mousehole. The hills which surround the bay provide a striking backdrop, especially at sunset.

    Our rooms

    • Your holiday accommodation

      Ideal for couples, accommodation all on one floor with amazing views. Comfy double beds, fully equipped kitchens, outside seating space, clothes drying facilities, parking. Get in touch to book on 01736 710247

      • GuestSleeps 2


    • Parking
    • Restaurant / Cafe
    • Cot
    • Linen provided
    • Sea View
    • Beach Nearby
    • Ground Floor Bedrooms

    More about our holiday bungalows

    'Tregew Vean' and 'Gwel Tregew' are two self contained one bedroom bungalows sleeping two/three people each, on the hillside overlooking the Western end of Marazion, only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village, the beach, and regular bus routes.

    Both bungalows have the same number of rooms, 'Gwel Tregew' being the larger bungalow.

    They are adjoined one on each side to the owner’s detached bungalow which has a garden at the front and access is by our private drive, which has off road parking with a parking space at the foot for each holiday bungalow.

    Situated in the quiet, peaceful, tranquil and most exclusive area of Marazion.

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