Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Chysauster Ancient Village
A coastal village between St Ives and St Just high up on the dramatic cliffs. Home to the wonderful legend of The Mermaid of Zennor, St Senara's Church and the mermaid carving, the Wayside Folk Museum and Pendour Cove where the Mermaid and her mortal man Mathey trewella can still be heard singing on the wind....
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Cottages near Zennor centre:
Trelowarren Barn (Cottage) Zennor (2.58 miles)
Furze Croft (Cottage) Nancledra (2.95 miles)
Heather Brae Lodge (Cottage) Nancledra (3.19 miles)
Rosewall Cottage (Cottage) St Ives (3.20 miles)
Sparrows (Cottage) Pendeen (3.38 miles)
The Piggery (Cottage) Ludgvan (3.51 miles)
Gillyflower Cottage (Cottage) St Ives (3.52 miles)
Lower Carnstabba Farm (Cottage) St Ives (3.55 miles)
Boscarne (Cottage) St Ives (3.57 miles)
The Loft (Cottage) Nancledra (3.72 miles)
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Gurnards Head (1.24 miles) A beach for explorers - not really a family one. There's hotel nearby for facilities, but little else. Beautiful, dramatic...
Porthmeor (4.10 miles) The most westerly beach at St Ives and favourite with the surfers. Good facilities here with close proximity for the...
Porthminster (4.20 miles) Excellent sheltered family beach with all the facilities you could need. The train stops at this beach as well...
St Ives (4.23 miles) St Ive's town beach and consequently close to every facility you could wish for (apart from parking which is like...
Chysauster Ancient Village (2.42 miles) This Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago. The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard...
Leach Pottery (3.44 miles) The most famous studio pottery in the world .....
Tregenna Castle Gardens (4.04 miles) A stunning 72 acre estate overlooking St Ives Bay. The castle is now run as a hotel, but the gardens...
Tate Gallery St Ives (4.06 miles) International Modern and Contemporary Art...