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Excellent located self catering accommodation in St Ives sleeping up to 8 people in 4 bedrooms.

This traditional St Ives fisherman’s cottage has bags of character and is situated just moments away from Porthminster beach and the harbour.

Ideal for families and friends sharing, sleeping up to 8 guests in four bedrooms (however, one bunk room is only suitable for teenagers and is accessed via the garden and has very limited storage space).

The cottage boasts a tiered garden with a large decked area to the top, offering beautiful views across to Smeaton’s Pier and the harbour, where you can enjoy your morning coffee or a long cold drink at the end of a busy day soaking up the sights.

Camellia Cottage | St.Ives

Kitchen

gas oven and hob, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher.

Sitting/dining room

two sofas, one armchair, window seat, TV/DVD, woodburner effect gas fire, dining table with eight chairs. Stairs to first floor.

Bedroom 1

double bed, basin.

Bedroom 2

double bed, basin.

Bedroom 3

bunk beds.

Bedroom 4

external annexe accessed via a few steps from back door; bunk beds with en suite wet room, WC, basin. Limited storage space.

Family bathroom

large walk-in shower, bath with shower attachment, WC, basin.

Outside area

front garden with stone seating, rear tiered garden with split terraces with bistro table and two chairs on lower level and picnic benches on top level. Summerhouse with built in soft seating, kitchenette with small fridge, outdoor BBQ, woodburner effect gas heater, panoramic sea views.

Additional information

gas central heating, outside utility area with washer/dryer, travel cot and high chair. Please note the annexe is only really suitable for children/teenagers, WiFi, one dog welcome, short breaks available.

Camellia Cottage

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Local Info

The Warren

The Warren is a beautifully quiet and quaint spot, yet centrally located and within easy walking distance to the bus and train station. The train station offers pay and display parking which many people holidaying in St Ives opt to use. You are also only a short and gentle walk to Porthminster beach and St Ives town centre.

The Warren is a conservation area and is one of the oldest streets in St Ives so has a lot of character.

Located at the end of the street you will find Lambeth Walk and at low tide you can walk your four legged friend all year round on the beach right down to the end of Smeaton’s Pier.

You will also find Blas Burgerworks, which has become legendry in its own right, with locals and visitor alike. They have a green ethos, it’s not your average burger joint – absolutely delicious!

Local attractions include:-

  • Sennen Cove

  • Lands End

  • Penzance

  • Lamorna Cove

  • St Michael’s Mount

  • Many archaeological sites

  • Numerous child-friendly attractions

  • Callestick Cider Farm

  • Numerous golf courses

  • The Minack open air theatre…

Although St Ives is still home to a small fishing fleet, most of the fishing boats have now been replaced with pleasure boats taking trips to local attractions like Seal Island, or deep sea fishing trips to any of a number of wrecks in the area.

  • Surfing and Swimming 

  • Harbour – Boat Trips

  • Fishing trips

  • Walking along many beautiful cliff walks

  • Access to a number of excellent golf courses around West Cornwall

  • Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Museum

  • A host of small private galleries

  • Numerous excellent restaurants

  • The Eden Project

  • The Lost Gardens of Heligan

  • Day trips to the Scilly Isles from Penzance

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall – Falmouth