Rooms were very clean - large bathroom, and comfortable bed. The weather was very hot, but there was a fan in the room.... We had the windows open in the night and were both woken up by seagulls at all times during the night... But the hotel isn't at fault for this!!! Breakfast was very nice... We didn't eat in the hotel for dinner but I wish we did, menu looked great! Parking was a slight problem.... The hotel suggests the station car park, I wouldn't! After driving round trying to find the car park, it was completely full! I'd recommend parking at the top, leisure centre car park... There is a bus down to the town! Much easier!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Queen's Hotel is a late-Georgian, three-story building in the heart of picturesque St Ives. 5 mins from the harbour and beaches, we have ten en-suite bedrooms, which have been redecorated with vintage furniture and Cornish artwork hanging on the freshly painted white walls, plus sparkling new bathrooms with new showers. Downstairs is a relaxed and friendly bar with delicious pub food that was awarded an AA rosette in 2011. Everything is prepared on the premises - the menu is chalked up on the board daily using the finest local, seasonal ingredients Cornwall has to offer. Bread baked daily. Homemade ice-cream. Local beers. Warming fire. Children are very welcome: upstairs a camp bed and a travel cot are available to borrow, all windows have black-out blinds; downstairs there are boardgames + toys in the light and airy bar, baby-changing, and children's portions available. The harbour front and Fore Street are under five minutes walk away. Selected by Alastair Sawdays. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Queens Hotel St Ives, Cornwall