The Old Vicarage - St Ives
With ample free parking, the Old Vicarage is situated in a quiet residential area on the western edge of town. Close to the coast path and walking distance to the town centre and beaches. The Old Vicarage is also ideally placed for visiting Land's End, the Minack Theatre, the Eden Project and the Isles of Scilly because, being located on the edge of town there is no need to negotiate very narrow streets of St. Ives town centre.
The Old Vicarage has recently undergone considerable refurbishment, as well as an entire new roof. All the bedrooms are tastefully decorated with every modern convenience, all are fully en-suite with showers and three also have a bath. A king-size bed is alos available in one of the guest house's larger bedrooms. You are welcome to make use of the bar, residents lounge and relax in the pleasant, peaceful gardens.
Well established as a family run Guest House for over 45 years you are assured of a warm welcome from Dianne, Martin and Jack and enjoy the delicious AA Award-winning breakfasts in this charming family Victorian home from February until December.
About The Old Vicarage
- 4 Star
- Set in its own peaceful and secluded wooded grounds
- Ample free parking
- Located in a quiet residential area
- Half a mile from the town centre and beaches
- Single occupancy available upon request
- Award-winning breakfast with Full English, Continental and Vegetarian options
- Licensed bar
- En-suite rooms
- Double, twin or family rooms
- Guest lounge
- Internet access
- Comfortable, clean, spacious accommodation
- Cots, highchairs + children's portions for breakfast
- Licensed for Weddings and Civil Partnership Ceremonies
- Pet friendly out of season, with dog walking areas nearby
- Well placed for exploring West Cornwall
The house is just half a mile from St Ives town centre and beaches. St Ives is an award-winning holiday destination, home to the Tate St Ives, offering a seemingly subtropical oasis where the beaches are golden and the quality of light is an inspiration.
The town has been attracting artists for decades who come to capture the area’s undeniable natural beauty. It started with J M W Turner and the marine artist Henry Moore who first came to St Ives in the mid-1800s and since then the town has become a magnet for some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors and ceramists.
- Tate St Ives
- Barbara Hepworth Museum
- St Ives School of Painting
- Paradise Park and Jungle
- St Michael's Mount
- Leach Pottery
- Land's End
- Porthgwidden beach
- Porthkidney beach
- St Ives Harbour beach
- Porthminster beach
- Carbis Bay beach
- Porthmeor beach
In summary, St Ives is a seaside town in the far west of Cornwall with something for everyone: holidaymaker, artist, surfer, walker and historian. The Old Vicarage us half a mile from the town centre and beaches. Ideal for families and couples wanting to explore St Ives and west Cornwall.
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