July in St Ives

Perfect for all the family...

With summer sun to be enjoyed every day of the week and your luxury cottage no more than a few moments from the sands of Porthmeor you can create memories of St Ives that will last forever. Family holidays during the school break allows for fun-filled days of exploration or enjoyment on the Cornish coast. Here’s why a stay in July can be made so memorable.

July in St Ives

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Art in St Ives

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What’s more enjoyable than making the most of a summer in St Ives and immersing yourself in the town’s artistic heritage. With the sun out you can visit Barbara Hepworth’s Sculpture Gardens and enjoy soaking up St Ives history in the summer sun.

Take advantage of Sail Lofts – St Ives’ Tate membership which allows our guests free entry to both the Tate and Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Gardens

Surfing in St Ives

Surfing in St Ives, Cornwall
Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned professional, Porthmeor Beach allows for some of the best surfing in St Ives. With an on-site wet room you can take advantage of our locally made traditional belly boards or visit the St Ives Surf School and book yourself in for a lesson or simply hire their boards, leaving you free to enjoy the waves whatever the occasion.

Local activities

Local activities in St Ives
Whatever the weather there are some wonderful activities to enjoy with the family throughout St Ives. I Should Coco offer chocolate creating workshops for all or you can fine-tune your artistry at Barnoon Workshop or nearby Porthmeor Studios. With local Farmer’s Markets and Craft Fairs taking place each week you’re sure to be able to enjoy the best of St Ives.

Local cuisine

Restaurants in St Ives
Cafes, delicatessens, restaurants and bars, St Ives has plenty to choose from. Whether you want to enjoy a bite to eat at the nearby Porthgwidden Beach Café or fancy enjoying some luxury Cornish cuisine at the Cornish Deli then there’s always something you can enjoy in St Ives.