September in Cornwall
As winter creeps closer make the most of the last of the summer sun in our self-catering St Ives apartments, the quintessence of Cornwall luxury accommodation.
It a common opinion amongst locals that September is Cornwall’s best month. As the busy summer draws to a close, everyone is making the most of the lingering warmth without the crowds that the school summer holidays bring. September in St Ives is a beautiful balance of a still bustling town, without the thick crowds of the summer. You can enjoy a day at the beach without the summertime battle for space. St Ives in September is simply perfect and our five-star apartments offer a beautiful and relaxing base for you to access all the delights that Cornwall in the autumn has to offer.
Saturday 8th - Saturday 22nd of September
In September, there is nowhere better to be than St Ives as it hosts its annual September Festival. The Festival is a two weeklong celebration of St Ives’ past and present creative tradition. With musical events, walking tours and artists’ open studio’s just a stones throw from your luxury St Ives apartment, immersing yourself in this Cornish festival couldn’t be any easier. The September Festival captures the spirit of this seaside town, showcasing both its world-class art and the strength of its community.
September is a fantastic time for a short break in St Ives. Three days allows you to explore the St Ives September Festival. Visit artists open studios during the day and in the evening make the most of the wide variety of live music offered at locations scattered throughout the town. From ceramic workshops on the beach to music events at cafes and pubs, there is something for everyone. The September Festival will ensure that your days and evenings are full of interesting activities and experiences. After a busy day of art and culture in the open air you have a five-star, luxury apartment in the heart of St Ives to relax in.
Alternatively come to St Ives for a week at the end of September once the St Ives September Festival has drawn to a close. The weather will still be warm and the town even less busy as it prepares to enter low season. If you would like to bring your four-legged friend with you on your travels, make the most of our dog friendly accommodation in St Ives. The dog beach ban is lifted on 1st October and is eagerly awaited by locals and tourists alike. Throughout September dogs are allowed on the Harbour Beach before 8am and after 7pm.