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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Trevena Cottage, 4 Porthmeor Square is an 1800s traditional corner fisherman's cottage situated in the heart of beautiful St Ives. It is approximately 50 yards from Porthmeor beach on level ground in the fishing quarter and very close to the harbour, town centre and choice of beaches.
Well furnished, the accomodation comprises of:
Lounge with double bed settee and sofa.
Two bedrooms, one large with double bed and the second a single room with bunk beds.
'Below Decks' is a large kitchen, fully fitted with a dining area and bathroom which includes toilet, shower and sink basin .
'Below Deck's' has excellent internal storage facilities for Bikes, Kayak's and Surf Board's etc.
Travel cot and stair gate available on request.
During busy holiday periods our change over days are Friday's. You may check in to Trevena Cottage at 3.30pm and check out time is 10.30am.
Owners are on call 24 hours a day and there is the option for guests staying two weeks to have their linen and towels changed and the cottage cleaned half way through the stay. All linen and towels (not beach) are provided.
As with majority of the properties in St Ives, unfortnately Trevena Cottage has no parking. However you can visit the Cornwall County Council Website where you can purchase whats called a 'Countrywide Rover Ticket' for £35.00. This ticket enables you to park in many of Cornwalls Car Parks. Alternatively you can search from Google, 'Cornwall Countrywide Rover Ticket' and it will take you direct to the Cornwall Council page. Tickets must be purchased in advanced.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||50 yards|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 40 km, Nearest railway: St Ives 800 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Cornwall region
Visit West Cornwall, the end of the land, with its ancient heritage and remarkable rock formations. You can't help but feel a sense of awe and wonder at the fascinating landscapes and coastal views from the famous bustling town of St Ives to the unspoilt wilds of the Lizard Peninsula.
Cornwall has a rich smuggling and wrecking history with tales of murder and deception. Along this coastline you can enjoy a Cornish ale or cider where smugglers once gathered or head out along the coastline to explore the caves that hid their contraband.
For an alternative experience visit the Minack Theatre, carved into the coastal cliff overlooking the glorious Atlantic Ocean. Exposed to the elements, it will be a moment of your life you'll never forget. The charms of the sea tempt a distracted glance from even the most gripping performance.
St Ives, well known for its brightness and clarity of atmosphere, even on a cloudy day has artist's flocking to the area to capture this beautiful town in watercolour and oils. Explore the many giftshops, galleries and great restaurants located throughout the cobbled streets.
For a great day trip stroll across the causeway or hop on a ferry to discover the medieval castle that is St Michaels Mount.
As has been the same for hundreds of year's fisherman still head out to sea daily from sheltered harbours of Mousehole and Mullion into the unpredictable seas of the English Channel and return back home with boats laden full of fresh fish to sell to the local restaurants.
St Ives is a magnificent coastal Holiday resort famed for its safe beaches, the azure blue sea of the bay, its tiny cobbled streets and hidden corners waiting to be explored.
St Ives is a world famous art centre attracting artists because of the good natural light and is dotted with art galleries and studios, including the Tate Gallery, the Barbara Hepworth Museum at the Trewyn Studio and garden which were her former home.
Holiday Cottage rental in St Ives will appeal to all people who are looking for that special holiday destination with the perfect balance of sun, sea and sand.
Life in St Ives revolves around the harbour and the fishing trade helped it grow to prosperity. Much of that atmosphere is retained in the narrow alleyways and cottages of Downalong area. The small harbour, which dries at low tide, creating a beach, is the hub of activity in the town. The quay lined with numerous harbourside cafes, restaurants and shops selling art work and holiday souvenirs.
St Ives is famous for the narrow, cobbled streets decorated with clusters of brightly coloured flower displays, that beckon you to explore and wander through them - to discover their hidden delights and small hidden corners. The "Downalong" is the oldest part of St Ives, a maze of fishermen's cottages and narrow streets. It was originally built of a sandbank that linked "The Island" to the Cornish Mainland.
St Ives features a small grassy peninsula that separates the main harbour from Porthmeor beach. Known as "The Island", it was an Iron Age Promontory Hill Fort- set on a raised area of headland with panoramic views of across the bay towards Hayle and along the coast toward Newquay. The Island is a popular place to sit and relax and of course to enjoy the stunning views.
Enjoy walks around St Ives with its Mediterranean atmosphere or follow the coastal footpath around "The Island" with its chapel up on the hill and across Porthmeor out to Clodgy Point, or stroll towards Carbis Bay across the wooded hillside.
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20 Oct 2014
We've just come home from a fabulous fortnight staying at Trevena Cottage, and boy, did we have a great time! Kirsty the owner emailed me before we arrived to say we could get into the cottage e… More
Thank you, we look forward to Seeing you again ☺☺☺
23 Sep 2014
"Great.Wonderful location,welcome pack fantastic.Would stay there again"
Great cottage ,lovely location ,very short distance to beaches, shops, (PUBS).Would stay there again.A very nice welcome pack.Deposit paid back on time.Great value for the price paid.… More
Thank you, we look forward to seeing you again ☺☺☺☺
20 Aug 2014
"great location but property fails to impress"
We (my husband and 3 children) stayed here for a week. The location was excellent , with only a minute's walk to the beach and the same to the shops. Communication from the owner and the welcome … More
Sorry you feel like this, this is our first ever bad review :-( The bathroom is being replaced this winter. We do advertise this property as a small 'Traditional Fisherman's Cottage' and the price is £200.00 a week cheaper than other cottages in St Ives to reflect the age of the property. Kind regards, Kirsty
31 Jul 2014
"Superb Cottage, Fab Location."
Overall great holiday and for such good value, however would recommend a few more dining chairs and table lamps. Enjoyed stay very much… More
Glad you had a lovely time, we hope to see you again. Kindest regards? Kirsty ☺
30 Jun 2014
"Will be back"
This cottage is great value for money.We holiday in St. Ives often and have never found a place so good in terms of location, cleanliness and value.My husband and I plus our sausage dog, Loki, went to… More
Thank you. We look forward to seeing you again
17 Jun 2014
I stayed here with 4 other friends whilst visiting a friend in st ives. The cottage was set in best location inbertween the two beaches and a stones throw away from the town. The place was immaculate … More
Thanks Jonathon, we look forward to seeing you again. Regards, Kirsty :-)
10 Apr 2014
"Perfect stay and perfect host"
Kirsty, our host, thought of everything. We were kept fully updated before arrival, including a text the day before to let us know that the cottage would be available for earlier check in. On arrival,… More
Thank you, we look forward to seeing you all again :-) :-)