Harlequins 11 is a second floor, beautifully appointed and recently renovated apartment with glorious views of the golden sands at Gwithian and Godrevy Head. Porthminster beach is a 300 m walk away and, a rarity for St Ives, the apartment has parking.
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Harlequins 11 has been recently renovated to a high standard and has stunning views across Carbis Bay to Gwithian and Godrevy head where you can admire the miles of golden sands and beautiful azure waters. The spacious apartment has a large master bedroom with views down to St Ives harbour, a bunk room for the children, a fully equipped kitchen / diner and the living area boasts those majestic views. Porthminster beach is 300 m away and the quaint alleyways supporting a plethora of art shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels are also a short walk.
Located a few minutes from the heart of St Ives, Harlequins 11 is a stunning apartment a few minutes from the amazing Porthminster Beach, a blue flag, sandy beach which is more sheltered than Porthmeor beach the other side of St Ives and hence ideal for families. Explore winding, narrow streets filled with beautiful shops, historic buildings and world class galleries, including The Tate Gallery and The Barbara Hepworth Museum. With so much to do in the town and incredible beaches on your doorstep, Harlequins 11 is an opportunity not to be missed for anyone looking for a holiday in St Ives.
Ground Floor: Entrance through into communal stair well, Harlequins 11 is on the 2nd floor.
Second Floor: Entrance hall with doors to: Kitchen diner with fully fitted units, dining table and chairs. Master bedroom, double aspect, with views of the town harbour and also to Gwithiian and Godrevy, 5' bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe. Living room with comfortable sofas, fabulous views, Smart TV, door from living room to family shower room with Shower, WC and hand basin.
Facilities & Services
Heating is via gas central heating throughout. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and gas hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine and tumble dryer. The sitting room has a 43" flat-screen digital Smart TV, one with a DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board.
Electricity, gas, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Unfortunately dogs are not accepted at Harlequins. There is an allocated car parking space in front of the buliding. Strictly no smoking is allowed. There is a cot and highchair available on request. Unlimited WiFi is available at the property.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Low occupancy discounts are available during quieter periods for a couple using one bedroom.
St Ives, once a busy fishing village, now relies on tourism as its main industry. Turner came and painted a landscape in 1811 and art has played a part in St Ives’ history ever since. More recently Barbara Hepworth and the Tate Gallery have put St Ives on the modern map. The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is an amazing place to visit, and well worth it even if you're not a budding artist. Trewyn Studios where she lived and worked from 1939 until her tragic death in 1975 has been turned into a fantastic museum, depicting many of her favourite sculptures in the sub tropical garden, is now managed by the Tate. The Tate Gallery St Ives was built in 1993 on the former gas works site displaying various paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
Skidden House at the bottom of Skidden Hill is the oldest working hotel in the town as well as the first hostelry where Guinness was sold in the UK in circa 1760. St Ives and St Columb Major near Newquay are the only two locations left in Cornwall where 'Hurling the Silver Ball' takes place, once one of Cornwall’s most ancient and intriguing customs. St Ives and Carbis Bay have recently been presented with a Silver Gilt as part of the Britain in Bloom campaign, they also boast some amazing north coast beaches.
But the main draw of the town has always been the stunning golden sands and azure blue waters, with glorious views stretching from Godrevy and Gwithian all the way to Hayle.
Harlequins is central for the areas and villages of the west of Cornwall, Land's End, Mousehole, Penzance and St Michaels Mount. Facilities for golf, sailing, course and sea fishing are all available within easy reach. You can take country and coastal walks or visit local country pubs for well-priced meals or shop in the local super stores in St Ives and Penzance. There are a wealth of gardens to explore. The mines at Lelant, Geevor, Bottalack and Poldark are a short drive away. The Minack Theatre and Porthcurno beach are also well worth a visit.
Guest from Carnforth stayed for 7 nights.
The generally poor condition of the communal area (stairs, patio etc) spoilt this pleasant apartment.
Guest from Pontypridd stayed for 7 nights.
The apartment was in an ideal location with beautiful views from the living room. Had a great time while we were there walking into the main street most nights for food and drinks in the many restaurants and pubs. The only let downs were that the communal areas were not as well kept as the apartment itself and the parking numbers were not marked as we were told. This did not stop our enjoyment of the place.
Guest from stayed for 14 nights.
Clean, comfortable, well equipped place. We loved our stay in St Ives, we visited lots of places and we were always glad to come back to our base for a well deserved rest. Within a very short but hilly walk you find yourself with many shops, pubs, restaurants, galleries etc to choose from. Or you can enjoy a nice walk by the seafront taking in the amazing views and meeting the seals at the end of the pier. Loved it!
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