Hotel St. Eia

Trelyon Avenue, St Ives, Cornwall, England, TR26 2AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St Ives

Day 28. Falmouth

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... i.e. Prince Charles, full of oyster farms, from which he gets all the profits. Then there was Manderley House ( famed by the author Daphne Du Maurier in the film and book "Rebecca".) We also passed Trebar Beach where American troops left for France on D Day.. We turned around where there was a little wooden bungalow. I can't remember who owned it, but when they died they left it to the National Trust. Today you can rent it for just under £3000 per week. ...

Day 27. Port Isaac +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... was no way to get past it so they all had to wait for it to turn off. This was on the main north south road but it was still only one lane each way. There are not many traffic lights on these main roads, but they have roundabouts everywhere. The big double ones at major crossroads are a bit of a nightmare. It was at one of these that we both missed the turnoff to Port Isaac. We were heading north to Bude, but the map showed minor roads heading in the direction of Port Isaac so ...

Day 26. Truro

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... news! Edie decided that we should go to Truro, the main city in Cornwall and have a look around. We arrived just before midday and parked in a multi-storey car park. We were near the cathedral which seems to dominate the skyline from every angle. There are many fine Georgian Terraces in town as well as a good shopping precinct. We actually bought a few things. We went to a flea market in the town hall and bought ...

Day 25. St Michaels Mount +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... The track was narrow but quite lovely with wild flowers growing on the high sides. Turned out to be about a mile walk. Poor Edie was having trouble with her feet after all the walking on uneven stones, so she stopped before we reached the Point. The cliffs looked black and dangerous and it is no wonder there were so many shipwrecks here. On returning to the village we indulged in a Cornish pasty. Filled with steak and potatoes and onions, they are quite tasty but we ...

Day. 24. Penzance

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... and then headed to the south coast and Penzance. Most shops were shut. We walked along the Causeway which was the main market street in olden days. We then found Chapel Street where the oldest buildings are to be found. This was quite interesting. And that was about it. On the whole Penzance doesn't really have much going for it. And there was not a pirate in sight. We got back to the cottage about 4.30 and I watched the French Open Men's final. We decided that we would go to ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Trelyon Avenue, St Ives, is near Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Porthminster Beach, Carbis Bay, and Wills Lane Gallery.
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