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Off Season Retreats to St Ives

Conor Fletcher

With warmer weather on the horizon we’re looking forward to the start of spring in St Ives and with it, one of the best times of the year to enjoy Cornwall’s coastline. Whether you’re experiencing the joys of a morning on Porthmeor or settling in for a relaxing evening in one of our luxury self catering apartments in St Ives the possibilities are endless now that we’re in to April and the warmth of May is soon follow. Whether you’re here for a short break or a weeklong retreat to St Ives our luxury apartments in Cornwall.

What to do in St Ives

Walking is one of the best things to enjoy while in Cornwall, no matter where you go you can enjoy a wide array of the coastal landscape Cornwall has to offer. Experience the best of St Ives beaches only a short walk from our luxury apartments in St Ives or travel further afield and enjoy the rugged headland of the tin coast, or enjoy discovering one of many traditional, picturesque Cornish fishing villages that dot the coastline.

Luxury Apartments in St Ives HarbourEating out in St Ives

Restaurants centred around the harbour front are some of the best places to spend a sunny afternoon in St Ives, overlooking the waves breaking on the sands Porthminster Kitchen offers tranquillity from their sheltered balcony seats, alternatively you can enjoy the sights and sounds of St Ives from inside the restaurant which overlooks the harbour.

Days out in Cornwall

If you’re feeling like discovering the county then St Ives is the perfect hub to make your home-from-home, with reserved parking throughout your stay in our luxury self catering apartments you can enjoy travelling the coast before coming back to this picturesque Cornish town to enjoy the evening.

Towards St Austell leads you to the Eden Project, one of Cornwall’s modern day landmarks. The biomes house tropical and Mediterranean atmospheres and take you around the world in a day. Eden is perfect for families and those interested our changing environment and it is without question a wonderful day out.

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

A short drive toward Penzance leads you to the Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, a sub tropical paradise overlooking St Michael’s Mount, with sculptures from David Nash and James Turrell you can enjoy the artistic side of Cornwall in this haven on the coast.

If you’re not here to enjoy the best that St Ives and Cornwall has to offer then why not take a look at our availability and find out how soon you can be here to enjoy everything that Cornwall has to offer. With a friendly team at hand to help simply call the office on 01736 799175 and get your plans in place.