Bay House is a beautiful, Edwardian town house which boasts a modern and spacious feel, with high ceilings, an open plan sitting/dining room and four bedrooms set over three floors. Perfect for a family or gathering for up to eight guests and situated just a two minute stroll from St Ives’ shops, restaurants, bars and beaches.
4 Bedrooms - Sleeps 8
1 Parking Space
To simply book online just click on your preferred date for arrival and then again for departure on the calendar. Click 'Book Now' to secure your stay. Note: During school holidays the arrival/departure day for this property is Friday.
£850 - £2150 per week
An Edwardian town house..
With a plum location in the heart of St Ives Bay House offers a warm Cornish welcome. The spacious open plan lounge diner has all of the amenitites for modern life yet still retains its classical character and style as a period town house. The separate kitchen is sizeable with integrated appliances and a Nespresso coffee machine. The utility room benefits from both a washing machine and tumble dryer. The front terrace is a south facing sun trap with bench seating for two to escape with a morning coffee. To the rear Bay House benefits from an enclosed courtyard space perfect for storage of holiday and beach kit.
Up the original Edwardian staircase to the first floor. The master king bedroom with sea glimpses and a recently added en suite shower room. A second bedroom with twin single beds and two further bathrooms. On the third floor a further double bedroom and a second twin bedroom located next door. Whatever the occasion and whatever the season bring family life together at Bay House.
A perfect place..
Right on the doorstep of Bay House there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained. St Ives is just waiting to be explored. With a feast of restaurants, cafes and bars offering delicious breakfasts, cream teas and warming suppers. Boat trips around the bay can be booked from the harbour.
Five stunning beaches with crystal clear waters and clean waves for avid surfers on the infamous Porthmeor beach. Potter through St Ives' narrow cobbled streets, catching a glimpse of local life, fisherman and the eclectic mix of shops and galleries. Perfect for those shoppers keen to take home their own piece of Cornwall.
For day trips outside of St Ives. St Michael's Mount, a small tidal island in Mount's Bay is just a short car ride away and linked to Marazion by a man made causeway which us passable between mid-tide and low water. The famous Lands End and dazzling Sennen Cove beach are also worth a visit, a little further afield.