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Wonderful self–catering holiday home with private parking and near the beach in St Ives Cornwall

Wonderful holiday home with onsite parking and overlooking Porthmeor Beach

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Beach Break is a terraced house situated in an elevated position on Porthmeor Hill above the beach and close to Tate St Ives. It offers wonderful views of The Island, Porthmeor Beach around to Man’s Head and Clodgy Point.

Parking for 2 cars is provided. Access by car is easy and you do not have to negotiate the narrow streets of the Old Town/Downalong. The guaranteed parking and easy access by car offers you opportunity to explore the other attractions of West Cornwall.

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Local Attractions in St Ives

St Ives is located about six miles to the north of Penzance and is set set in the stunning scenery of West Cornwall on the shores of St Ives Bay, facing the Atlantic Ocean.

It is one of the most colourful, quaint and attractive towns in Cornwall with numerous granite cottages, small cobbled streets, and narrow alleyways all surrounding a sheltered harbour.

St Ives offers great sandy beaches for relaxing and surfing, a world renowned art colony plus galleries to browse, bars to relax in and cafés & restaurants to suit every taste and pocket for eating out, offering quality for a wide range of visitors.

Artists have been attracted to St Ives by the quality of light and the outstanding scenic setting, and have given the town a great deal of its unique character. As well as the Tate St Ives, there are scores of smaller galleries or artists’ studios open to the public.

Places to Visit in Cornwall

The Minack Theatre, Cornwall’s theatre under the stars, was carved out of the rock in the 1920’s by Rowena Cade. Visit the Minack Theatre website for further details of the theatre and performances.

St Ives has lovely sandy beaches ideal for surfing. Other fine surfing beaches in the West Penwith area of Cornwall include Sennen Cove and Gwithian Sands, whilst the beach at Marazion is ideal for wind and kite surfing.

Visit the spectacular St Michael’s Mount, an island twice a day, and reached by a causeway from Marazion when the tide is out.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan were re-discovered in 1990 after 75 years of neglect. The estate has now been brought back to life to excite a new generation.

The Eden Project is a global garden the size of thirty football pitches nestling in huge biomes in an old china clay pit overlooking St Austell Bay.

Trengwaignton Gardens where tender and exotic trees and shrubs flourish in a sheltered and virtually frost–free garden. Walk through walled gardens with sloping beds, and along a path that winds along by a stream and pond gardens, wnding up on a terrace with fine views across Mount’s Bay to the Lizard.

Sneaky view of St Ives Harbour
Sunset from Porthmeor Beach
The Hepworth Garden
“The position of Beach Break House is great as it is close to everything but away from the hustle and bustle
and on top of that has a sea view.”

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Beach Break House
St Ives
TR26 1RG
Tel: +44(0) 1562 731227
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