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    Courtyard Cottage, Street An Pol, St Ives, TR26 2DS

    58) Courtyard Cottage

    Dog Friendly

    Fabulous period cottage finished to a very high standard, moments to Porthminster Beach and the Harbour with its trips to see the lighthouse and famous seals! The shops, wonderful restaurants, Barbara Hepworth Museum, Tate Modern and superb coastal walks are a short stroll away. A short drive or a train or bus ride away are the ferry to the Isles of Scilly, the Eden Project, Minack Theatre and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. (The trains, bus stop and car park are a few minutes walk from the cottage).

    Courtyard Cottage has a beautifully appointed kitchen/diner complete with range cooker, wine cooler, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The luxurious bathroom is fully tiled and has an electric shower over the bath. The sitting room exudes character – snuggle up with a good book in front of the wood burner on colder evenings and get ready to enjoy the bubbling Hot Tub in the private garden, complete with seating area, on warmer days. Imagine relaxing in a little tropical oasis after a day spent exploring the area.

    Upstairs one will find an airy, spacious king bedroom complete with sleigh bed and TV and a cozy twin room overlooking the courtyard garden.

    Book Courtyard Cottage – your perfect getaway and home from home in St Ives!

    Free bottle of wine with all weekly bookings and 5% off for two people for ALL bookings.

    Please note: hot tub is seasonal and is not operational during October to Easter (inclusive)

    Property Includes

    Near Beach
    Outdoor Patio
    Hair Dryer
    Ironing Board
    Fresh Linen
    Living Room
    Dining Area
    Hot Tub
    Dog Friendly

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    Customer Reviews


    2 reviews

    1. Lee

      Very enjoyable

      March 20, 2024
    2. Sharon

      Great place to stay. Lovely and cosy. Centrally located to all amenities and the beach. We loved it and our dog Monty adored the beaches and would happily have stayed.

      March 2, 2024