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Travel Blogs from St Ives
... one of the more challenging Cornwall circuits. Hopefully the sound uploads with the clip so you get to hear the commentary in the back seat along the way. We shot this Saturday on the way south to Lamorna and Logan's Rock. Since then I've had some even more challenging drives but this one's not bad. ...
... the incredibly rich history which in this instance you stumble right into. We finished off our Saturday by wandering down the street and stairs from Sam's Place into the St Ives night life. It was quite humid and music from different pubs floated into the streets as we mingled with the locals and tourists. One band playing at a pub on the waterfront looked and sounded like a punk new wave revival from the seventies with musos looking the same vintage which made me feel quite at ...
Day 3 - Friday 20th Sept.
The weather is much improved, bright sunshine, so ideal for our drive to the old fishing town of St Ives. Here we sampled the famous Cornish Pasty (that is how they spell it over here) for lunch & viewed the many wonderful galleries including the St Ives Tate.
We then journeyed through the unique landscape of tiny Iron Age fields bounded by stone walls, stone circles & the remains ...
... which meant I had a double babycino. It was then time for a drive to Zennor, a tiny village on the west south coast, south of St Ives. We wandered around St Senara's Church, which features a barrel vaulted ceiling fashioned like a ship's keel and the Mermaid Chair inspired by a local legend of a chorister being lured to sea by a mermaid attracted by his beautiful singing. Paradoxically, the legend was ...
... wild ponies & because of the inclement weather covered in mist. Another quaint village where we stopped for coffee was Widecombe.
Last night we stayed at the Two Bridges Hotel in Dartmoor which was built in 1770. Many famous guests have stayed there over its 240 year history including Vivienne Leigh, Winston Churchill, Wallace Simpson, Nicholas Cage.
Left Dartmoor after breakfast - travelled through more narrow roads & bridges ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Treliska Guesthouse St Ives
We stayed at the Treliska for 3 nights over Easter, and can thoroughly recommend it. It is a high quality, modern B&B, located on the edge of the town centre, with some great touches that make it very memorable.
Superb St Ives!
After reading the rave reviews on this website, we decided to visit Treliska a on a crisp and sunny January weekend. The location, cleanliness, comfort and style was second-to-none not to mention the wonderful breakfast and exceptional hospitality shown to us by the owners! We can't think of a single area where an improvement can be made and will be returning later this year to enjoy St Ives in the summer......fantastic!
This place was absolutely brilliant.
Treliska is a wonderful bed and breakfast in every way - we've just come back from a blissful week there.
We stayed at Treliska for a friends wedding, great location on a quiet street a few steps from the hustle and bustle of the town, the restaurants, bars and cafes in the harbour and the pretty white sands of the beach. Great first impressions, we were greeted with a very friendly face and some very good advice on where to park, eat, drink, visit and a helpful map.
Having chosen this B&B as a result of looking the Tripadviser web site, I felt obliged to write a review myself - although I did contemplate keeping it a secret for myself and filing it under 'Best Kept Secrets'!
This is a perfect location for exploring St. Ives as it is only a 2 minute walk from the harbour.
Stayed there for a week, what a breath of fresh air. No chintz, modern rooms with a designer touch, the bathroom in the room we stayed in was awsome. Gill and Mike made us feel at home, to top it off Mike has a great speedboat in the harbour which he took us out on. Breakfasts are to die for, the American pancakes and maple syrup were great. A must stay place.