These ’reverse level’ adjoining barn conversions are located in a quiet yet convenient spot, just on the outskirts of Carbis Bay and surrounded by countryside. They are within easy reach of the main road network and rail service for those keen to explore further afield.
Located just 2 miles from the picturesque harbour and town of St Ives with some of Cornwall’s best beaches, St Ives is renowned for its selection of restaurants dotted along the waterfront, the perfect place to people watch or unwind after a day exploring. Art galleries include the Tate Modern and the Barbara Hepworth Museum. St Ives Bay sweeps round past the wide beach and sandy dunes of the Hayle Estuary, a popular spot for birdwatchers, and up to the famous Godrevey Lighthouse perched on its rocky outcrop.
The coastline attracts dolphins, basking sharks, seals and bird life. The rugged North Cornwall Coast is popular with surfers and walkers with its long stretches of coastal pathways. For cyclists, the area offers numerous cycle trails including the Portreath to Devoran, taking you from north to south coasts along the old tram line, passing many old engine houses, a reminder of Cornwall’s tin mining heritage.
The scenic coastal rail line from nearby St Erth, Lelant or Carbis Bay stations run right in to St Ives town, a great convenient way to get in to the town and harbour front. The area is popular with families as a summer holiday destination and also appeals to couples or friends whatever the season. The owners keep horses and have stables on-site. Shop and restaurant 1 mile, pub 1½ miles.
The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.