No. 9 Mount Pleasant was built around 1840 and originally used as a miner's cottage. It is situated at the top of Ayr Lane, which runs adjacent to the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. Although Ayr Lane is a peaceful location, the bustle of Fore Street is only a few minutes away. The beaches, shops and Tate St.Ives are all within walking distance. It has been furnished by the owner in a traditional style, to include old pine furniture, paintings and prints by local artists and a selection of books for guests' use.
Hallway with door intoSitting room. Original sash window and Victorian fireplace. Two seater settee, two rocking chairs, pine chest of drawers, TV, DVD, small table and lamps. Dining room. Pine dresser with plate display, CD/Radio, pine table with four dining chairs, a Windsor chair and granite fireplace containing an old decorative stove. The original sash window overlooks the courtyard.
Bathroom. Small with mosaic tiled floor, heated towel rail, WC and bath with electric shower over.
Kitchen. Small galley kitchen with mains gas cooker, larder fridge and stainless steel sink.
A narrow door from the kitchen leads to a small courtyard - just large enough for a bistro table, two chairs and a planter. Across the courtyard is a utility room with washing machine and tumble drier.
A staircase from the dining room leads to
Shower room. New white fittings - shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 1. Victorian style double bed, bedside tables with lamps, chest of drawers, wardrobe, wash basin with mirror above, stripped pine floor. Original sash window.
Bedroom 2. Two single beds, a shared bedside table with lamp, wardrobe, chest of drawers, sink with mirror above, stripped pine floor. Original sash window.
Heating is by night storage radiators.
Sorry no pets.