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ST IVES UPPER LOFT | 1 Bedroom

 
Location:
St Ives
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
 

Key Features


 
UPPER LOFT OVERVIEW:

A cosy retreat for two, Upper loft is a nestled away gem in a perfect, central location for exploring the bustling town of St Ives and the surrounding coastline.
This charming apartment is the perfect hideaway for a couple, or two friends sharing, wanting to be in the heart of the action, and only minutes away from the seafront.
The property is accessed via an external staircase, leading you up to the light and airy, rooftop outdoor area and into the apartment.
As you are only moments away from the vibrant harbour front, and the four other fabulous beaches that St Ives boasts, you don't have to stroll far to kick back, and relax. With numerous independent galleries, shops, pubs, and restaurants right on your doorstep, and magical walks along the stunning Southwest coastal path.

KITCHEN:

The bright, modern kitchen is well equipped and caters for all of your needs, a place where you can you can rustle up culinary delights, or enjoy a lazy brunch of freshly baked delights from local delicatessens . Included is a fridge/freezer, oven with electric hob, microwave, kettle, toaster and washing machine. A handy counter provided ample space for breakfast or lunch with under-counter bar chairs.

LIVING AREA:

The cosy living room with warm lighting is welcoming after a long day at the beach with a comfortable double sofa and small window seat. A wall-mounted Smart TV is provided with Netflix and similar apps. An HDMI wire is also provided so that you can plug your laptop in.
Please note that, due to the shape of the staircase, it is not possible to fit a stairgate.

BEDROOM:

Stair leading up from the living room lead to the well-sized bedroom containing a double bed with bedside tables and reading lights in addition to a small fold out single sofa bed. Storage is provided in the form of a hanging rack for clothing and clothing cubicle unit. Skylights with blackout blinds open the room up and allows beautiful natural light to fill the room.
A blow-up toddler bed is available to hire at GBP 10 (please provide your own linen; dimensions: 150 x 90 x 30cm)

BATHROOM:

The classic shower room is situated between the kitchen and living room. This fresh, modern room has an electric power shower, WC, hand basin, heated towel rail and mirror.

OUTDOORS:

The large, sun-trapped outdoor space is a great place to relax and unwind with garden chairs and table provided as well as BBQ. Entrance to the property is via steps at the rear, leading onto the exclusive rooftop platform area.
Your dog is welcome to stay - please note that there is a GBP40 charge per dog
 
  • Wireless Internet
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  • Television
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  • Board Games/Puzzles
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  • Books for Adults
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  • Streaming Service (Netflix)
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  • Television (Smart)
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  • Coffee Machine - Pod Machine
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  • Stove
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  • Toaster
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  • Microwave
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  • Coffee Maker (Cafetiere)
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  • Oven and Grill
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  • Fridge/Freezer
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  • Washing Machine
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  • Iron and Ironing Board
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  • Bath Towels
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  • Sofabed - Single fold-out sofabed
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  • Bed Linen Provided (Formal Beds)
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  • Heating and Electricity
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  • Kettle
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  • High Chair (By Request)
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  • Travel Cot (By Request) - Cot linen and mattress to be provided by guests
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  • Hairdryer
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  • First aid kit
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  • Fire extinguisher
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  • Hand Towels Provided
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  • Tea Towels
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  • Bath Towels (Provided)
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  • Oven Gloves
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  • Hob
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  • Living Room
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  • Private Entrance
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  • Sofa
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  • Clothes Hanger
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  • Heated Towel Rail
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  • Hot Water
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  • Reading Lights
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  • Shower
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  • Toilet In Bathroom
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  • Wine Glasses
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  • Cleaning Products
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  • Clothes Storage/Wardrobe
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  • Dining Area
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  • Dishes And Silverware
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  • Kitchen
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  • Non Smoking Property
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  • Room Darkening shades
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  • Smoke Detector
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  • Toilet paper
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  • Clothes Drying Rack
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  • Cooking Basics (oil, salt, pepper)
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  • Barbeque
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  • Patio Area
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  • Garden table and Chairs
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  • BBQ Charcoal
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  • Outdoor Furniture
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  • Alfresco Dining Area
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  • Paid Parking (within 5 minutes walk) - Paid parking available at Trenwith Car Park or Porthminster Beach
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  • Roof Terrace
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  • BBQ Utensils
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  • Parasol
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  • Pets - £40 per dog per week/short break
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  • Inflatable Children's Bed - £15 per week/short break (150 x 90 x 30 cm)
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Cornwall's beaches are renowned as unrivalled in Britain for their excellent surfing, beauty, variety and family-friendly. Towns such as St Ives, Perranporth, Polzeath and Newquay are to name only a few. Some of the most beautiful are tiny coves that dot the coastline like Coverack and Porthcurno (home of the famous outdoor Minack Theatre).

Otherwise known as the Cornish Riviera, visit the beautiful St Austell Bay, where you will find beautiful sandy beaches between the charming fishing village of Mevagissey and the upmarket riverside town of Fowey (known for its literary connections including Daphne du Maurier). The north coast has one of the tourist's favourite, St Ives Bay, a fantastic stretch of five golden sand beaches reaching to Hayle, with it's estuary (a great place for bird-watching) and beyond. Popular with surfers, families and with all-year round pet-friendly beaches, this is prime beach holiday territory.

Enchanting fishing villages and harbours; Looe, Port Isaac (home of Doc Martin and The Fisherman's Friends), Portreath and Mousehole (see the extraordinary Christmas light display every December) to name a few. It's not just the villages that have something to offer those sightseeing. Cornwall's towns and cities are rich in history and attractions, Experience the charm of traditional sea shanties and tales of years gone by. Visit Padstow with its picturesque harbour and Rick Stien restaurants, Falmouth - a working port and charming shopping town, don't miss the fabulous tall ships display. Spend a day shopping in Truro or the old market town of Penzance (known also for St Michael's Mount and the gateway to the Isles of Scilly with the stunning subtropical islands of st Mary's and Tresco to name a few being just being a ferry ride away).

For something a little different, book a visit to The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Eden Project, Trelissick and Trebah to name a few.

St Ives: A Must-Visit Destination for Art and Beach Lovers

St Ives, a picturesque seaside town located in Cornwall, UK, has been attracting visitors for decades, thanks to its stunning beaches, subtropical climate, and breathtaking natural beauty. The town has received numerous accolades, including being named the best family holiday destination by Coast magazine and one of the 10 best European beach destinations by TripAdvisor.

Art enthusiasts are particularly drawn to St Ives, which has been a magnet for some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors, and ceramists for over a century. It all started with J M W Turner and Henry Moore, who first came to St Ives in the mid-1800s. Today, the town is home to numerous galleries and exhibitions, and famous artists can be found here year-round.

St Ives boasts four fabulous beaches, including Porthmeor, Porthgwidden, Harbour Beach, and Porthminster. These beaches have the UK’s mildest climate and offer fantastic surfing opportunities, particularly at Porthminster Beach. Visitors can also enjoy plenty of pavement cafes, ancient pubs, and top-notch eateries serving mouth-watering menus.

In addition to its beaches and art scene, St Ives has a working harbour and is one of Cornwall’s top destinations. The town hosts a September Festival of music and poetry, amongst other events, and visitors can enjoy a range of activities, such as:

Taking the twenty-minute train ride from St Erth to St Ives, which offers breathtaking views of colourful fishing boats coming into the harbour.

Strolling along the white sand at Porthminster Beach, where visitors can enjoy the dreamy view of Godrevy Lighthouse, which inspired Virginia Woolf’s famous novel “To the Lighthouse.”

Visiting the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden in St Ives, which features sensual sculptures by one of the country’s leading 20th-century artists exhibited in tranquil gardens.

Exploring the heart of old St Ives, known to locals as “Downlong,” behind the 14th-century Sloop Inn on the Wharf and the Harbour Beach, where visitors can delve into the town’s long and varied history at the local museum.

Checking out Tate St Ives, one of only four Tate galleries in the world, which holds hundreds of works produced by the St. Ives School from the late 1800s to the 21st century.

Taking a boat trip from the harbour out to sea to watch the local colony of seals frolicking in the water and sunbathing on the rocks at Seal Island, located 3½ miles (6km) to the West of St Ives.

Spending a family day at the beach building sandcastles, playing in rock pools, or taking a surfing lesson from the local surf school.

In conclusion, St Ives is a must-visit destination for art and beach lovers. Whether you are looking to soak up some sun, explore the town’s rich history, or immerse yourself in the art scene, St Ives has something for everyone.

A few local firm favourites are:

Land's End - One of Britain’s best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location, natural beauty and stunning scenery.
Botallack Mine - On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.
Charlestown - A popular location for TV and film makers, including Poldark and The Three Muskateers (to name a few!)
Zennor - Known for it's 12th Century church and the Legend of the Mermaid, as well as hosting writers such as DH Lawrence (Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, Women in Love and Lady Chatterley's Lover)

There's plenty to offer those seeking a full day out – discover the cliff top trails, natural splendour, visit the fantastic value family attractions, and wander around the West Country Shopping Village.
Another unique draw of Cornwall is its ancient past, with megalithic monuments such as standing stones, barrows and stone circles. .

So why do people visit Cornwall time and again?
The "sub-tropical" climate is the mildest in the UK. The combination of spectacular natural assets, a rich history and the rise of cool Cornwall with all its contemporary chic cannot be beaten.
 
 
Joe S
On Monday, 13 May 2024
 
Great place. Perfect a few days in St. Ives. Minutes from the centre and the beach, plenty of facilities and extras to make the most of your stay. We'd happily stay here again!
Desiree A
On Thursday, 19 Oct 2023
 
We had a lovely stay in St. Yves. We have no car but everything was easy to reach by foot. The Apartment was very cozy and cute. Thank you very much
Anne-Marie M
On Saturday, 30 Sep 2023
 
Lovely little stay for myself and my hound. Easy location close to all the local amenities
Chris G
On Friday, 08 Sep 2023
 
Great stay in St Ives with a perfect location. On the doorstep of town and very easily accessible. Very friendly welcome and very helpful. Would definitely stay here again. They were also very accommodating of our dog and good room for his crate. Thank you :)
Samantha
On Friday, 16 Sep 2022
 
Great little place. So quirky. In an ideal location - so central, just 2 min walk from the sea. Will definitely be staying again x
Suzanne
On Friday, 09 Sep 2022
 
Great flat and a great position making it easy to walk around the town. Spotless and well equipped.
Jaden
On Friday, 26 Aug 2022
 
Perfect location for a weekend break walking distance from everything you need.
Tom
On Friday, 19 Aug 2022
 
Great accommodation with and good location and a lot of space
Jack
On Friday, 12 Aug 2022
 
The flat in St Ives is perfect, really easy to walk to from the station and kitted out with everything you need! Liz and Andrew were great hosts, pointing out nice pubs and things in the local area, and they left some fresh milk in the fridge and coffee/tea/biscuits which was a lovely touch for the morning. Would really recommend staying here!
 

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