A fishermans cottage in the heart of St Ives

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Fishermans Cottage is a Grade II listed traditional terraced house located in the Downalong area of St Ives. Every room tastefully gives a home from home feel with the added touches of St Ives artwork. St Eia Street is one of the quieter streets of the Downalong area, yet within a very short walk of Porthmeor and Porthgwidden beaches and also the town centre.

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Fishermans Cottage comfortably accommodates six people over four floors. Through the front door via a small fore garden with bistro table and two chairs, you enter the large open plan kitchen/dining room with a gas range cooker, an instant hot water tap, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Ample seating for six people around the dining table makes a great entertaining and socialising space, all complete with our infamous Cornishware blue and white stripe crockery. With additional seating in the bay window this is really a great spot to rest or contemplate your next day out or hidden gem to explore whilst visiting St. Ives and beyond. The ground floor has a shower room with double headed shower, WC and wash basin.

The sitting room can be found on the first floor and is furnished with two large sofas, arm chairs, foot stool, TV, DVD player and a Wii game console. Up the stairs of Fishermans Cottage to the second floor there are two bedrooms, a king size bedroom with TV and a twin bedroom with two single beds. The family bathroom is located on this floor with shower over bath facilities, WC and wash basin. On the third and final floor is the master bedroom with a super-king size bed, TV and en suite shower room. This loft room also has lovely sea views towards Porthminster beach.

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Vista para o mar
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TV
Máquina de Lavar
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Cornwall, Inglaterra, Reino Unido

Fishermans Cottage is the perfect place for families with plenty of space in this perfectly laid out terrace house. St Eia Street is in an ideal location, being a very short walk to the town, harbour, restaurants and two beaches.

Furthermore, you are perfectly situated to enjoy many of Cornwall's attractions by car. Around 30 mins away is the historic Minack theatre - an incredible theatre carved into the cliffs edge. Over the summer they show many productions, including Shakespeare and kids shows in the day, so check the schedule and book in advance! Lands end, Porthcurno, Flambard's Theme Park and the Seal Sanctuary can also all be reached within 30 mins.

Around 50 mins drive away is the Eden Project, but it is well worth the drive. Described by some as the 8th wonder of the world, 3 giant greenhouse biomes house artificial environments. Wonder through rainforest, Mediterranean, African climates and more! There are guided walks and many events on so again check the calendar.

Beaches:

Porthmeor Beach:
The town's largest beach Porthmeor has it all with great surf, good food & the famous Tate Gallery. You can learn to surf with a registered instructor or just take to the waves if you're already a pro. Just up from the beach is a bowling green & mini-golf to while away a couple of hours or perhaps you'd simply like to relax with a drink at the Porthmeor Beach Café.

Harbour Beach:
A very sheltered sandy beach at the far end of the harbour, perfect for children as the water is quite shallow. It is a fantastic sun-trap in the heart of the town.

Porthgwidden Beach:
Continue past the Harbour beach, follow the path along the waterfront and you'll find Porthgwidden beach — a small, sheltered, sandy cove with safe swimming. Enjoy a cream tea in the Porthgwidden Beach Café whilst watching your children play on the beach.

Porthminster Beach:
The gateway to St Ives town, Porthminster boasts a half mile long strip of golden yellow sand & crystal clear water. It offers safe swimming as well as organized beach activities for the children in the summer, mini-golf and the famous Porthminster Beach Café
Carbis Bay Beach:
Beautiful Carbis Bay offers safe bathing & is good for windsurfing & water-skiing. Lifeguards patrol during the summer.

Porthkidney Sands:
Between Carbis Bay & the Hayle estuary, Porthkidney is something of a local secret. There is a small car park next to the church at Lelant, but you can also walk there along the coast path from Carbis Bay. Lifeguards patrol during the summer.

Things to do & places to see:

Tate Gallery & Barbara Hepworth Museum:
Tate St Ives presents modern & contemporary art often created in or associated with Cornwall. Its location provides a unique opportunity to view work in the surroundings in which, in many cases, it was actually created.

Visiting Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden is a unique experience, offering remarkable insight into the work of one of Britain’s most important 20th century artists.

For details of the Art Pass which offers unlimited access to various art galleries & museums in West Cornwall, please see below in the Art section.

Eden Project:
St Austell, P1.24 2SG

Lost gardens of Heligan:
St Austell, PL26 6EN
150 acre sub-tropical gardens, dating back to the 1880’s, which have been painstakingly restored after 70 years of neglect

National Seal Sanctury:
Nr Helston, TR26 6UG
Set in the picturesque Helford estuary by the beautiful village of Gweek, this leading marine animal rescue centre began in 1958 when a baby seal, only a few hours old was washed up on the beach at St Agnes. *Half price entry for Cornwall Tourist Pass holders

Land's End:
Land's End, TR19 7AA
One of Britain's best loved land marks has plenty to offer those seeking a full day out with 5
family attractions. There is free entry to the site, although an all day parking charge applies.

Geevor Tin Mine:
Pendeen, TR19 7EW
The UK's largest preserved mining site, now a museum with guided underground tours, a shop & a café.

Future world @ Goonhilly:
Helston, TR12 6LQ
Based on the site of what was the world's largest satellite earth station, Future world offers a journey of discovery featuring high-tech displays & holographic film shows.

Royal Cinema:
Royal Square, St Ives, TR26 2ND
St Ives very own 3 screen cinema! Quite often in the Summer they show extra films during wet weather.

St Ives September Festival:
A fusion of poetry, art & music to entertain all for 2 weeks during September. A fantastic experience for everyone including Bulb Mania in the Spring, the Jungle Season throughout the summer into October as well as indoor ice skating in the winter.

St Michaels Mount:
Marazion, TR17 OEF
A magical rocky island crowned by a medieval castle & church with gardens café & a restaurant

St Ives Museum:
A traditional museum in Wheal Dream, St Ives reflecting the life & times of the town.

Minack Theatre:
Porthcurno, TR19 6JU
Cornwall's theatre under the stars! A unique place to visit or watch a performance — Not to be missed.

Flambards sister attraction. (Separate admissions apply)
Indoor interactive & soft play aimed at 1-11 year olds

Paradise Park:
Hayle, TR27 4HB
Established in Hayle in 1973 as a tropical bird garden you can now also see Otters, Red Pandas, Native Red Squirrels & the rare Cornish Chough. An addition in 2005 was the Junglebarn Indoor play centre where there is plenty of active fun for children even in wet weather

Heartlands:
Redruth, TR15 3QY
A new FREE visitor attraction & world heritage site which is nestled just off the A30 in Pool,
near Redruth in the former mining heart of Cornwall. There are exhibitions, climb on sculptures, gardens, art & craft studios & the Red River Cafe

The Flambards Experience:
Helston, TR13 OQA
Thrill rides, family shows, live entertainment, gardens, Victorian village, play areas & a discovery science zone, Flambards really is "the best day of the week"

One2eleven:
Helston, TR13 OQA

Other Activities:

Walks:
The South West Coast path runs along from the St Ives seafront. You can head east towards Hayle or west towards Lands End, both directions offer spectacular walking.

Inland, the Tinners Way runs from St Ives across Penwith to St Just, offering a slightly easier walk than the coast path.
Other walk suggestions:
OS maps & books of local walks can be purchased from St Ives Bookseller in Fore Street

Surfing:
You can't come to Cornwall & not try your hand at Surfing. Why not take a lesson with the pros:
Skindog Surf School is based at Watergate Bay but will travel to Gwithian to give Surf lessons.
Porthmeor Surf School, St Ives

For those not brave enough to surf they could try their hand at body or boogie boarding. Brilliant fun and simple to master. There are various outlets in Fore Street & on the beaches that hire out wetsuits & boards
Sport & Fitness:
St Ives Leisure Centre, Trenwith Burrows, St Ives

Home to a Swimming pool, learner pool, fitness facilities, aerobics & a café Golf:

For a wide choice of golf courses (links, parkland, seaside & clifftop). The closest course is West Cornwall Golf Club located in Lelant. It has 18 holes & is 5894 yards. Par & SSS is 69. It is also the oldest golf club in the country

Art:
As well as being home to Tate St Ives there are many art galleries & shops dotted around the town & in the local area.

The Art Pass offers visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy amazing architecture & views, local & international art, as well as historic & contemporary work on display at six outstanding venues across west Cornwall. The art pass costs £12 (concessions £7), and gives the cardholder unlimited access to Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden (See info under "Things to do & places to see", above), the Leach Pottery, Penlee House Gallery & Museum for a seven day period. Although Newlyn Art Gallery & the Exchange are free to visit, cardholders receive a 10% discount in both of their shops. The Art Pass is available from all the organisations taking part in the initiative

Bernard Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives

Studio & Museum
Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Morrab Rd, Penzance

Newlyn Art Gallery, New Road, Newlyn & The Exchange, Princes Street, Penzance

Eating & Drinking:

St Ives Food & Drink Festival:
During mid May St Ives hosts a full programme of events, which includes food producer master classes, wine tasting & chocolate making, amongst other delights, held at local restaurants & hotels. These events lead up to the focal point of the festival at Porthminster Beach.

Restaurants in St Ives & Carbis Bay
It is wise to book at any time of the year, especially in the summer season, to avoid disappointment.

The Beach Restaurant, The Wharf, St Ives
Serves local seafood, poultry, meat & game

Becks Fish & Chips restaurant & takeaway, St Ives Rd, Carbis Bay
Probably the best fish & chips in Cornwall served in a very quaint restaurant

Blas Burgerworks, The Warren, St Ives
All burgers made using Cornish meat, naturally reared & free range cooked on a char grill or you could try one of their fish or veggie burgers

Caffe Pasta, The Wharf Rd, St Ives
Serves pizza, pasta & fresh local seafood

Cellar Bistro, 29-31 Fore Street
Serves variety of dishes made from locally sourced ingredients

Curry Garden, 7 Tregenna Hill
Serves vibrant & exiting Indian & Bangladeshi cuisine in modern surroundings

Firehouse Bar & Grill, 27 Fore Street, St Ives
Serves a varied menu including Thai curries, meat & poultry dishes

La Casita, 10 Trencom Lane, Carbis Bay
Serves grills, fish, pasta & pizza using locally sourced produce where possible

The Loft, Norway Lane, St Ives
This former sail loft has a menu which included fresh local fish & seafood

Mermaid Seafood Restaurant, Fish Street, St Ives
Specialises in fish & seafood as well as locally farmed meat & poultry

The Mex, 3 Gabriel Street, St Ives
Menu is drawn from modern European & classic British encompassing the Mexican flavour

Porthminster Kitchen, Wharf Rd, St Ives
Serves a good mix of fish, meat & vegetarian dishes

Pedn-Olva Hotel & Look Out Restaurant, The Warren, St Ives
Mixtures of styles & flavours have been used to create a modern menu

Peppers Pasta & Pizzeria, 22 Fore St, St Ives
Traditional Italian pasta dishes, pizza, steaks, poultry & a selection of fish & seafood dishes

Porthgwidden Beach Cafe, Porthgwidden Beach, St Ives
Specialises in Mediterranean & Asian seafood cuisine

Porthmeor Café Bar, Porthmeor Beach
Enjoy a great selection of Tapas with breathtaking views

Porthminster Beach Café, Porthminster Beach
Serves Mediterranean & Asian cuisine in possibly the best setting In St Ives

Rajpoot Indian Restaurant, 6 Gabriel Street, St Ives
Serves Indian cuisine

The Rum and Crab Shack, Wharf Road
Specialises in crab, lobster and other seafood, vegan options too

Sands Restaurant, Carbis Bay Hotel, Carbis Bay
Focuses on the finest Cornish produce available with fresh local fish & shellfish bought in daily

The Seafood Café, 45 Fore Street, St Ives
Serves fresh local fish & shellfish, prime Cornish meats & free range poultry

Pubs in St Ives & Carbis Bay:
The Badger Inn, Lelant
Serves home made food using fresh local produce. Hosts weekly quiz nights

Balcony Bar, Wharf Rd
This bar & kitchen serves all day breakfasts & burgers alongside beers, wines & cocktails

Castle Inn, Fore Street, St Ives
Traditional pub in the heart of St Ives, that serves food. Monday night quiz most of the year

The Cornish Arms, St Ives Rd, Carbis Bay
Serves pub food in a traditional setting. Hosts quiz nights in the summer

The Hain line, Tregenna Place
Where the Isobar once stood is a Wetherspoon pub

Hub Bar & Kitchen, Wharf Rd, St Ives
Fresh cocktails & an extensive wine list. The menu has a major emphasis on crisp, clean flavours

Lifeboat Inn, Wharf Rd, St Ives
Traditional harbour-side pub with log fire, serving pub food. Live music & Sky sports

Queens Hotel, High Street, St Ives
Serves traditional pub food. Live music & Sky sports

Sloop Inn, St Ives
Believed to date from about 1312AD, the Sloop is St Ives oldest & most famous pub & is situated just off of the harbour front

The Union Inn, Fore Street, St Ives
Traditional pub in the heart of St Ives that serves food

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Our passion is to help people explore and enjoy their visit to Cornwall. About Us: Established in 2015, the 'Sandy Toes Stays' team brings together years of experience in property management along with a great passion and commitment to provide guests with a fantastic and memorable holiday. Each of our holiday homes have plenty of personal touches to make it a special haven for our guests. As a small family run business we immediately recognise and are able to help and advise our guests on the suitability and choice of our small selection of holiday homes. We pride ourselves on having a personal service, we are always friendly and love getting to know our guests whilst also maintaining a great rapport with our holiday let owners. Meet The Team: Lisa Robertson - Lisa’s love for Cornwall began as a child whilst visiting on family holidays and then in later years through owning her very own holiday let in Carbis Bay; with her vast experience and knowledge she created Sandy Toes. Lisa is passionate about providing her personal expertise to both guests and owners alike. Serena Williams - Our very own Cornish born and raised, Serena’s background in retail and hospitality brings an unrivalled knowledge of Cornwall. As a passionate food, drink and music lover she can always advise the best places on where to eat, what to do and what to see. We never forget the importance of our housekeepers and tradespeople who make 'Sandy Toes Stays' possible and help to create life long memories for our guests.
Our passion is to help people explore and enjoy their visit to Cornwall. About Us: Established in 2015, the 'Sandy Toes Stays' team brings together years of experience in property…

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