A Guide to Winter in St Ives (Part Three)

Conor Fletcher

If you haven't seen our previous feature of winter in St Ives find out more here: A Guide to Winter in St Ives part one and part two.

With December fast approaching there's still a chance to make the most of winter in St Ives with a visit to the Cornish coast. The festivities have begun a little earlier than expected this year too, which means you can still enjoy the magic of Cornwall while staying in our luxury self catering holiday cottages this winter.

So whether you're looking to enjoy the cobblestoned streets at night or simply a night out on the town and enjoy one of St Ives' many restaurants there's plenty of places for you to indulge yourself this winter. St Ives has so many restaurants offering a range of Cornish cuisine, from seafood to local produce from the surrounding community.

Porthmeor Beach Cafe

A favourite for many in St Ives Porthmeor Beach Cafe is a joy to visit, with sheltered seating to keep you warm from the cold you can watch the waves crash on the beach throughout the evening, enjoying one of the most inspirational views St Ives offers from a restaurant.

Cornwall Soap Box - Hand crafted Cornish produce

Cornwall Soap Box can be found on Fore Street and can be the perfect gift this Christmas, the soaps are all handmade in the county and not only that Cornwall Soapbox also make a variety of scented candles too which make for the perfect winter's treat.