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Well you’ve come to the right place.  We have gathered together the best holiday cottages in St Ives, Carbis Bay, Hayle, Lelant Downs and the surrounding area.

All these cottages are available to rent from the top holiday cottage letting agencies.   Read on to find your perfect holiday cottage...

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Featured Properties

3 Oceanis

St Ives, West Cornwall

Bedrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 4

3 night stay from £360

Whitsunday House

St Ives, West Cornwall

Bedrooms: 4 | Sleeps: 8

From £1,039

Trencrom Villa

St Ives, West Cornwall

Bedrooms: 6 | Sleeps: 11

From £1,389

Widden House

St Ives, Cornwall

Sleeps: 6

From £505

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St Ives

Wonderfully located on the stunning coast of West Cornwall, St Ives is one of South West England's real treasures.  Originally a fishing village, it has managed to become a popular tourist town and arts centre whilst still retaining its seaside town charm.

St Ives is possibly most famous for its thriving art community who have, for many years, been attracted to the town by the quality of light and the outstanding scenery.  As well as the Tate Gallery, who have their western outpost in the town, there are also plenty of smaller galleries and artists' studios open to the public.

St Ives has an enviable reputation for eating out with a good selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants.  And if you want to burn off the calories from the cream teas St Ives also offers some beautiful sandy beaches where you can swim, surf or just take it easy.

Many famous people have been resident in St. Ives over the years including Turner, Whistler, Henry Moore, Dame Barbara Hepworth, Bernard Leach and Virginia Woolf.

The coastline around St Ives provides an enticing mix of beautiful sandy beaches washed by Atlantic breakers and rock pools overflowing with marine life.  You'll also find soaring cliffs with magnificent views, delightful gardens for tranquil strolls and plenty of indoor attractions to keep you busy.

For slightly longer walks the coastal footpath offers many delights  A charming walk south to Lelant gives you the option to return by branch line train.  If you’re feeling more energetic you can head west towards Zennor and Gurnards Head.

St Ives is also a great base for exploring further afield with Lands End, the Eden Project and the lost gardens of Heligan all within easy reach.

For details of a fantastic range of holiday cottages in St Ives click here

Holiday Cottages in St Ives

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