Compass Point Penthouse

Terrace Sea View



Sandpiper is a stunning duplex penthouse apartment, perfectly situated to sit back and take in the spectacular views stretching from St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse. This idyllic apartment is within a few minutes walk from the Carbis Bay beach and South West Coastal path.

*Currently undergoing major refurbishment and updating, new photos to come when completed May 2020*

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2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms
No Pets
Sea View
Wifi Available
1 Parking Space
No Smoking

A terrace sea view..

Sandpiper boasts fabulous sea views from the lounge, sun room/conservatory, kitchen and both bedrooms. Both the master and twin bedrooms are located on the top floor, a king size bed and two singles. Along with the family bathroom which includes a full size bath with separate shower, a wash basin and WC.

All the living space including the well equipped kitchen, conservatory with ample seating, separate dining room and spacious lounge with a TV and Xbox for guest use complete the lower floor with the added addition of a shower and WC. Sandpiper has a garage exclusively for guest use located in the complex parking.

A perfect place..

Sandpiper is ideally located for the St Ives branch train line with the Carbis Bay stop just metres from the front door of the apartment which also overlooks the blue flag Carbis Bay beach. The coastal path near by makes for a pleasurable stroll into St Ives town where you will find the harbour, shops, restuarants, bars and beaches.

            A few more images..

We stayed at Sandpiper in January to celebrate our Golden Wedding. It’s a lovely apartment, really clean & well presented with private parking (always a plus in this area) As it was a celebration they left us flowers, wine & chocolates. The beds were comfortable, the kitchen was well equipped. It’s got a lovely conservatory with sea views (a great place to sit & read or just watch the fishing boats bobbing about) Just 5 minutes walk to the railway station into St Ives & not much further down to Carbis Bay beach (although it probably takes twice as long to get back as the hill is very steep).