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Spring in St Ives

With blissful weather and blossoming coastline.

At the start of the year there is nothing better than to rejuvenate yourself in the relaxing atmosphere of St Ives. Start the year as you intend to go on, these early months are the start of new beginnings and in St Ives as the last stretch of winter ends, the lush greenery comes to bloom leaving the town the perfect place to begin your year.

March

St Ives in Spring

As the plant life of St Ives begins to re-emerge and the coastline becomes awash with blossoming plant life and fauna. Spring is the best time to visit for coastal walks and adventures across Cornwall. Situate yourself in our luxury St Ives cottages and begin your foray across Cornwall’s picturesque coastline.

Art in St Ives

St Ives is a world-renowned artistic hub, and throughout March and April you can enjoy the wonders of Cornwall’s heritage. With free entry to Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Gardens you can find out just how St Ives emerged at the forefront of the art world in the early 20th Century.

Coastal Walks

In almost every direction St Ives allows you to take in the wonders of Cornwall’s coast. Situated along the South West Coastal Path the town offers the opportunity to experience the best that Cornwall’s coast offers you.

April

Warmer weather and blissful afternoons. April marks the start of the ‘beach days’ in St Ives, the town is busy with festivals and events and is one of the best times to enjoy the coast from the heart of our luxury cottages in St Ives.

Days out

Throughout the town there are events and things to do, from I should coco’s chocolate workshop to the weekly markets at the Guildhall. When in St Ives there’s always something happening to enjoy for all of the family.

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Eating out in St Ives

Restaurants, cafes and bars overlooking the storied harbour front. St Ives has some of the best cuisine for you to enjoy while you’re staying in our luxury self catering cottages. Nestle yourself in a local café and watch the day go by or grab something to eat and walk across the beaches for a blissful afternoon.

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