Sightseeing

The white sands and clear blue seas make the beaches of St. Ives some of the most beautiful in the country. You could be forgiven for believing you are in the Caribbean.

Porthmeor – best for surfing and body boarding

Porthgwidden – best for families with young children

Bamaluz – best for dogs, who are permitted all year round

Harbour – best for closeness to shops and cafes

Porthminster – best for calm water and families

Coastal Walks

Walking along the South West coastal path is a fantastic way to see and experience more of the coastal scenery around St. Ives. Below are two of our favourite walks.

Moderate walk – St. Ives to Lelant Saltings (5.0 miles) start from Porthminster beach, follow the coastal path through Carbis Bay and Lelant, and enjoy the train journey back.

Difficult walk – St. Ives to Zennor (6.5 miles). Start from Clodgy Point, finish with a drink in the Tinners Arms, and then bus back. Look out for seals and dolphins!

Tate Gallery

The famous Tate Gallery  has a spectacular array of British modern art, as well as an exciting programme of exhibitions and events. Stay for a spot of lunch in the café with stunning views over Porthmeor beach. Only a few minutes walk away from Tregony Guest House, this is a must-see for art lovers.

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Barbara Hepworth and Sculpture Garden

The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden  celebrates the work of this important artist. Paintings, drawings and sculptures in bronze, stone and wood are displayed around the museum and garden, which can be found a few minutes walk away from Tregony Guest House.

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Leach Pottery

The Leach Pottery Studio and Museum celebrates the work of Bernard Leach, and is one of the most respected and influential studio potteries in the world. Click here  to view their unique exhibitions or to book yourself onto their beginner/intermediate throwing courses.

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