Porthmeor Cottage holds a spectacular location with direct access to the best beach in St Ives and is less than a five-minute stroll from a range of great local amenities including bars, restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops.
The cottage has been beautifully modernised with a unique, high-end design and finish. Porthmeor Cottage can comfortably accommodate up to six guests across three king-size bedrooms. The main living accommodation comprises of living room with a huge six-person sofa and large flat screen TV, perfect for cosy movie evenings after long days on the beach! There is also a spacious kitchen/ dining room boasting all necessary amenities needed for a more than comfortable stay. There are two king-size double bedrooms, each boasting en-suite bathroom facilities as well as a separate twin/super king-size room.
There is a luxury starlit bathroom which converts into a decadent steam room for or up to four people, a wonderful way to warm up after a dip in the sea!
Outside, the adorable patio garden is the perfect spot to enjoy your morning cappuccino. A secret tunnel leading from here takes guests directly to Porthmeor Beach! This really is the perfect choice for a relaxing beach retreat with your loved ones!
Porthmeor Cottage has a fantastic location in the heart of the Downalong area of St Ives. Within a 5 minute walk of the property you can find at least a dozen top quality restaurants, art galleries, craft shops and some of the UK’s best beaches, including both Porthmeor and Porthgwidden beaches. Porthmeor Beach can be accessed from a secret tunnel leading from the patio garden which leads directly onto the sand.
St Ives sits on the North West coast of Cornwall and boasts one of the warmest climates in the UK thanks to the Atlantic Gulf Stream. Originally a fishing village, St Ives has become famous in more recent times as a haven for artists attracted to the area by the incredible light and rugged coastal landscape. St Ives subsequently flourished, becoming a cultural hotspot that is today awash with boutique galleries, local art studios and several internationally renowned institutions, including the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Tate St Ives, which is one of only four branches of the Tate Gallery. As you’d imagine with a town popular with artists, St Ives also has a reputation for top-notch food offering everything from delicious home-made meals to award-winning fine dining and everything in between. A casual stroll around town reveals a multitude of local restaurants, harbour side cafés, cosy pubs and stylish bars. St Ives also boasts one of the oldest Inns in Cornwall, The Sloop Inn being dated circa 1312.
For those of you keen to get out and explore more of the surrounding countryside, the local area has some great walking and hiking trails that range both in difficulty and length.
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting service
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge