St Ives in Cornwall Holiday Cottages

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  • Greeb Rocks Cottage

    Marazion, Cornwall
    • Sleeps4
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    WHAT A VIEW! (Ref. 988998)

    7 nights from £470

  • The Tea House

    St Ives, Cornwall
    • Sleeps2
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    Really special, timber-built cabin, tucked away in a stunning setting. (Ref. 988916)

    7 nights from £508

  • Woodland Cabin

    St Ives, Cornwall
    • Sleeps3
    • Bedrooms2
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    A unique and extremely comfortable log cabin situated in an exotic four acre garden, close to St Michael's Mount in Cornwall. (Ref. 988890)

    7 nights from £679

  • Little Barn

    St Ives, Cornwall
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    Cracking property in south west Cornwall, very close to St Michael's Mount and St Ives. (Ref. 988911)

    7 nights from £470

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St Ives is a delightful seaside town situated right on the North Cornish coast. Formerly a major fishing port, it is perhaps better known today for its art heritage. During the 19th and 20th centuries many artists were drawn here by the superb views and changing light, the legacy of which was the opening of Tate St Ives in 1993. Nowadays there is plenty for visitors to see and do with museums, exhibitions, annual festivals, sandy beaches and a range of independent shops. You’ll also be spoilt for choice with the vast range of cafes, pubs and restaurants on offer.