The Mustard Tree

Address: St. Ives Road, St Ives, Cornwall, England, TR26 2JX, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on St. Ives Road, St Ives, is near Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Porthminster Beach, Carbis Bay, and Hayle Towans Beach.
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      Cornwall

      A travel blog entry by richalive on Dec 31, 2014

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      I spent a lovely week in Cornwall over Christmas seeing my Mum each day and visiting various towns and villages near the Lizard where I was staying. The harbour at Coverack by night was a magical scene with Christmas lights and decorations illuminating the small fishing boats in the harbour. I also took a couple of walks to my favourite places anywhere in the world - Kynance Cove and Lizard Point. The sunsets at this time of the year are truly spectacular. ...

      Cyder and Castles

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Dec 30, 2014

      9 photos

      ... settling on the best one being from in an old rum barrell, so it has a hint of rum flavour. Very tasty. We wandered round the farm, checking out all the factory equipment and some farm animals - peacocks, chickens, fluffy goats, and some black pigs obsessed with licking the floor.

      Moving on we headed to Tintagel, where we parked up and ...

      Lands End and Seals

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Dec 29, 2014

      28 photos

      ... The 2 seals approached the sandy beach and spent some time rolling around in the waves, getting washed up and back. They rolled around each other and were kind of play fighting, until one kept trying to get on top of the other. Mating season?! We watched for ages before tearing ourselves away to continue on the coast path. We made it round to Nanjizal beach which had some beautiful and interesting large pebbles and stones, as well as a tall natural arch leading out ...

      Lizards, Islands and Sunsets

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Dec 28, 2014

      23 photos

      ... special experience to watch a play here. Carved into the stone of some of the seats are the names of the plays that have been performed here over the years. Pretty cool. There's also an awesome view of the cliffs and sandy cove from the cafe here.

      With the sunset looming we continued West to catch it at Lands End. It had been a stunning day of clear blue skies and winter sun, so the sunset was well worth it. The sky lit up with beautiful ...

      Reflections

      A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 20, 2014

      10 photos

      ... at every opportunity. This is sometimes difficult for Europeans who find it strange, even intimidating at times, especially when one remembers that so few Indians speak English. Never have we received so many offers of help at every turn; early on, we were suspicious of the Indians desire to engage with us, but gradually we came to realise that these approaches were born out of a genuine desire to get involved.

      The Indian seems happier than we ...