streets, golden sandy beaches, turquoise sea and breathtaking vistas, bathed in the
northern light that has attracted artists here for many years. Add to this the choice
of restaurants, pubs, shops and galleries and you have the perfect combination for
a memorable holiday.
The aim of this web site is to give you the information you need at your fingertips
in an easy to navigate way to help plan your holiday. Below is a brief description
of the sections within this site, which will hopefully whet your appetite to browse
a little deeper...... enjoy!!
Accommodation in St Ives
If you are looking for somewhere to stay, our accommodation section has several options
available for you in St Ives and nearby Carbis Bay. You can book direct, with the
owners of the properties on this site or via one of the holiday booking company links
which include the following:
St Ives has a number of webcams located in and around the town and details of them
have been brought together on one page for your convenience to give you a live window
to look through for when you’re not here!
Daily and weekly weather reports are provided courtesy of ‘Metcheck’, a web site
provided by a group of very reliable meteorological enthusiasts based in the southwest.
For you surf dudes out there, includes a list of local surfing beaches, current surf,
wind speeds and low and high tide times.
The news feeds are supplied by the BBC and a couple of local sources to keep you
up to date of what's happening in the south west.
If you are not too bothered about travelling about during your stay and prefer to
relax and unwind, the ‘beaches’ section may be of interest to you, which give a brief
guide to the four lovely beaches and their facilities in St Ives and Carbis Bay.
Places To Eat
After you’ve enjoyed your day you will no doubt be looking forward to a nice meal
to round things off. So to help you make your choice you’ll find a list of pubs,
restaurants and cafes on the ‘information’ page, with options to suit all budgets.
Other sections you may find of interest include the St Ives video wall, photo galleries
and an ebay shop, where you can purchase anything from books, DVD’s artwork and memorabilia
and much more.
We would also love to hear from you
with your views and experiences by
using the ‘Love St Ives’ Facebook group.
There is plenty to see and do in the St Ives area and a comprehensive list of links
to attractions and places to visit can be found on the ‘links’ page.