Beachside accommodation in St Ives

80 places to stay...

  • St Ives
    home of the primitive artist alfred wallis, to rent all year round....
  • St Ives
    Sleeps 3
    Houses one twin and two double rooms. Generous full breakfasts, including eight different items. Vegetarian and vegan options
  • Seawater

    From £400.00
    Seawater
    St Ives
    Sleeps 6 | 3 bedrooms
    Beautiful spacious cottage tucked away in a quiet street just a couple of minutes on foot from St Ives town centre/harbour/beaches.
  • No 4 Mariners

    From £250.00
    St Ives
    Sleeps 4
    Sleeps 4 persons in 2 bedrooms - Situated in a prime location in the heart of Downalong, between the Harbour and Porthmeor Beach - Sea views from the Hall, Lounge and Master bedroom.
  • Glanmor Guest House

    From £30.00
    St Ives
    Sleeps 6
    Highly rated en suite bed & breakfast accommodation within a short distance of the town centre.
  • Little Leaf Guest House
    St Ives
    Sleeps 6
    Named after the Legend of St Ives, Little Leaf Guest House is a 4 star establishment situated in St Ives overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and St Ives Harbour. Quiet, yet a few minutes from the centre of town, sandy beaches, the Tate, and the Coastal path.
  • Seaforth

    From £35.00
    St Ives
    Sleeps 3
    Luxury Boutique Guest House with stunning Seaviews in the heart of St ives. Self catering apartment also available.
  • Sea Shells at The Sands

    From £500.00
    Sea Shells at The Sands
    St Ives
    Sleeps 4 | 2 bedrooms
    Luxury Sea Facing Garden Apartment with Sea Views, Parking, Wifi, 5 mins walk to Carbis Bay Beach, 2 mins walk Carbis Bay Station, 1.5 miles from centre of St Ives.
  • Sunnyside Up

    From £225.00
    St Ives
    Sunnyside Up is a modern apartment on the edge of the harbour in St Ives.
  • Pednolver Apartments

    From £550.00
    Pednolver Apartments
    St Ives
    3 Luxury Apartments with fantastic town,harbour and bay views each with CAR PARKING. GO TO WEBSITE TO VIEW LIVE WEBCAMERA WITH VIEW FROM APARTMENTS OVER ST IVES

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