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Driftwood Porthmeor a little house in the sky! 400m to PORTHMEOR BEACH, SEA VIEWS from all windows, PRIVATE PARKING, SUN TERRACE. 5 mins to shops/restaurants. New doors, floors upstairs, all decorated, curtains, pillows/duvets, cutlery, crockery all new 2019. Housekeeping & bed linen see terms & conditions. A spacious, extremely bright, modern, 2 bedroom maisonette with stunning coastal sea views. Modern well equipped kitchen with new quality appliances, (dishwasher, double oven, ceramic hob, fridge freezer, microwave, washer dryer), brand new leather sofa. 43' 3D TV & Blu Ray player, luxury bathroom with deep Japanese soaking bath and power shower, south-facing sheltered patio for alfresco dining with garden furniture, BBQ and private parking space for one vehicle outside the property. Fa...Driftwood Porthmeor a little house in the sky! 400m to PORTHMEOR BEACH, SEA VIEWS from all windows, PRIVATE PARKING, SUN TERRACE. 5 mins to shops/restaurants. New doors, floors upstairs, all decorated, curtains, pillows/duvets, cutlery, crockery all new 2019. Housekeeping & bed linen see terms & conditions. A spacious, extremely bright, modern, 2 bedroom maisonette with stunning coastal sea views. Modern well equipped kitchen with new quality appliances, (dishwasher, double oven, ceramic hob, fridge freezer, microwave, washer dryer), brand new leather sofa. 43' 3D TV & Blu Ray player, luxury bathroom with deep Japanese soaking bath and power shower, south-facing sheltered patio for alfresco dining with garden furniture, BBQ and private parking space for one vehicle outside the property. Family friendly, travel cot/highchair. Well behaved pets on request. Note*** up 23 steps and on a hill- it will keep you fit!
Situated just 5 minutes' 400M walk from the gorgeous, award winning, fine sands and crystal clear waters of Porthmeor Beach (Blue Flag & Tidy Awards), Harbour, Tate St Ives and town centre. Adjacent to the property is Ayr's lovely playground and playing field.
Driftwood Porthmeor has coastal sea views from all windows and offers peace and quiet after the hustle and bustle of town.
Driftwood Porthmeor is surrounded by spectacular beaches. 5 minutes walk away is Porthmeor Beach famous for its beauty and world renowned surf school. Head down to the beach for fantastic food and drink served in an contemporary beach cafe environment, or sip a delicious cocktail watching the sunset from one of their outside heated booths!
The purity of light is dazzling and it is not surprising that next to the beach is the Tate Gallery and few minutes walk away is the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture garden. St Ives is very popular with artists and has its own school of painting.
Close by are 4 other beaches, keep walking along Porthminster and you will come to the Island on the other side is Porthwidgen Beach sheltered and smaller perfect for little tots, next is Bamaluz -small but year round dog friendly, Harbour Beach great for watching the seals trying to steal the fishermen's catch and Porthminster Beach another gorgeous sandy bay with outdoor contemporary dining.
Driftwood offers a self catering holiday but with fantastic dining opportunities close by are modern and traditional restaurants, cafes and gourmet fish & chips in abundance.
Get lost wandering through the maze of cobbled streets lined by art galleries and boutique stores or head west to the coastal footpath to Zennor and just drink in the spectacular scenery. Be warned it is extraordinarily beautiful. Head East out of St Ives to Carbis bay you will find another amazing beach with crystal clear waters, get the train back and enjoy the coastal view.More
There is a key safe which will contain your keys right by Driftwood so you can relax and know you will be able to get in straight away. You just will need to text Diane on the day of arrival to get the key safe code. Diane lives 25 minutes away and come if there are any problems. Diane will be able to answer any questions you have or you can ring me directly if there any problems. Please text me if I don't answer incase I'm at work and I will get back to asap.
This family friendly home was perfect for our family of 4. The beach and town are a 5-10 minute walk. The host was contactable for any questions we had and responded very quickly. The hill on the way back from the town and beach is...More
St Ives is a buzzing little place with amazing beaches (just check tides re beaches that dogs are allowed on). Don't bother taking heels as hilly and lovely cobbled streets. Places we ate were Porthgwidden Café, Lifeboat Inn - but would like to have tried...More
We stayed as a family of two children, two dads and our dog. The kitchen is well equipped with dishwasher and loverly coffee maker (pods provided by owner too).
Open plan dinning room and lounge leading on to a roof terrace.
The lounge has a...More
5 of us have just returned from our holiday in St Ives. We are all under the age of 25 and was not sure what to expect of the town around this time of year. I have visited St Ives as a child and knew...More
St Ives is a world famous Cornish holiday town, loved for generations. It is easy to reach by road, air and train too, along one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Britain. With crystal blue waters, golden sands and a warm welcome, St Ives is an ideal holiday destination suitable for all.Every Tuesday, throughout the year the St Ives Jazz Club (stivesjazzclub) hosts gigs bringing modern live Jazz to St IvesEvery Thursday 9.30 am - 3.00 pm - St Ives Farmers' Market at The Backpackers, St Ives (just up from Royal Square).Various dates, throughout the year, see performances at the Kidz R Us Theatre (kidzrus). Various dates, throughout the year, St Ives Art Club (stivesartsclub) host events including various poetry, prose and music events and club exhibitions in May and September Art ...
There is lots to see in and explore in St Ives. Best to leave your car parked and explore by foot. There is a bus stop just down the road by the playing field.
St Ives Bay Branchline:
A scenic 12 minute train journey with spectacular views. You can join the branchline at St Erth, Carbis Bay and St Ives or from the park and ride from Lelant Saltings.
From St Ives, there is a regular bus service that takes you to Carbis Bay, Lelant, Penzance, Hayle and Truro. During the summer months there are further bus connections that allow you to travel to Lands End, Geevor Tin Mine, Zennor. Taxi's and Private Hire Cars:
For taxi's please visit the taxi rank outside the Royal Cinema, Dove Street