The Mustard Tree Guest House
Overlooks Godrevy Lighthouse. Carbis Bay beach is a 5 minute walk and St Ives town, with all its beaches, charm and character is 5 min drive/bus/train ride away, or about half an hour to walk along the South West Coastal Path.
Staying at The Mustard Tree Guest House
- Nine well appointed modern rooms available
- Comprising five doubles (One king size bed)
- Family, twin and single rooms can be made up
- Most rooms have en-suite facilities
- Whilst the single has its own private facilities
- All rooms have TV, drinks chiller, courtesy trays, hair dryer and central heating
- Most rooms have a sea view
- Breakfast is included in the overnight price
- There is a separate dining room and residents lounge
- The lounge is fully equipped with 42" plasma TV and DVD.
- Free car park available to guests
- The Carbis Bay station is a short distance from The Mustard Tree
- But as the walk is uphill, collection from the station can be arranged
- Collection is also possible from St Erth Station
St Ives has its own Tate gallery, plus lots of other galleries with a wide variety of art and paintings, historic houses and gardens. There is something of interest for everyone. It also has lovely old cobble streets and a quaint fishing harbour, with lots of restaurants and pubs, gift shops, cafes and Cornish pasties galore, not forgetting its own lifeboat station.
Other places of interest are the scenic coastal path walks, Golf courses, fishing, boat trips, horse riding and trips to the Isles of Scilly by boat, plane or helicopter. Cornish Mining has World Heritage status and there are numerous places to visit.
- Tate St Ives
- Minack Theatre
- Land's End
- St Michael's Mount
- Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
- Barbara Hepworth Museum
- Paradise Park and Jungle
- St Ives School of Painting
- Leach Pottery
- Penwith Gallery
Beautiful beaches nearby include: Porthgwidden beach, Porthkidney beach, St Ives Harbour beach, Porthminster beach, Carbis Bay beach, Porthmeor beach