March Breaks in St Ives
When the winter is slowly fading away, there is nothing more enjoyable than spending some time outside on the beach or going for a long walk along the coast. With the dog ban still lifted, bring your four-legged friend to the party and make yourself at home in our dog-friendly accommodation in St Ives.
Spring is here!
Flowers are blossoming and the birds started singing again .. spring is definitely here! It is a lovely time to visit Barbara Hepworth museum with all the sculptures surrounded by a beautiful spring light and many flowers offering the perfect environment for these beautiful pieces of art.
What to do in March?
This garden is definitely worth a visit at this time of the year. On the way to Penzance, this garden has a beautiful art gallery with rotating exhibitions all year around and Tremenheere Kitchen which has plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options.
Eden Project will start their Easter activities in March and this wildlife playground makes the perfect entertainment for the whole family where it is easy to learn whilst having fun.
After a few quieter months in Cornwall, plenty of activities start to arise around in the county and there is always something for the whole family to do. Our onsite team is always at hand to help should you require any information about some local events. Make sure to check our latest blogs about all the things to do in March in Cornwall.
St Ives in March
Following February half term when the town becomes busier, March offers a different kind of experience with higher temperatures and all restaurants and cafes open for business. Make yourself at home in our luxury self-catering holiday apartments and wander around the cobbled streets of St Ives to discover the beauty of this old fishing village.