Christmas shopping St Ives

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Christmas Shopping in St Ives

The perfect place to fill your stockings

Treat yourself to a luxury pre-Christmas break at our self-catering accommodation and finish your Christmas shopping in style.

From original homewares and bespoke ceramics to handmade soaps and artisan chocolates, St Ives is a treasure trove of one-off shops and individual boutiques where you are sure to find something truly memorable.

If you fancy venturing slightly further afield there’s plenty of festive cheer to experience elsewhere in Cornwall. The Montol Festival, held annually in Penzance during the Christmas period, is a celebration of the revival and reinterpretation of many of the traditional Cornish winter solstice and Christmas traditions going back as far as the middle ages. With guise dancing, lanterns, parades and stalls there is plenty of fun for all the family.

Truro, the capital city of Cornwall, has an excellent selection of high street and independent boutiques. With a late night shopping event every Wednesday in the lead up to Christmas you can soak up the festive fun, wander the market stalls sampling mulled cider whilst listening to the carol singers, brass bands and other entertainers.

To experience community spirit at its best why not pay a visit Angarrack and its stunning Christmas lights display. The lights are funded entirely by a local committee who dedicate their time to raising money to make the light display more spectacular every year. The village is themed around the twelve days of Christmas with residents getting involved by putting up their own displays.

For further information on any of the above please do not hesitate to contact us on  01736 799175.

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