Seaforth is close enough to the train station to roll a large suitcase in the rain. Big plus. Room #1 on the top floor has a beautiful view of St. Ives harbor, but it is small even by European standards. Its main disadvantage is the short hallway dash required to get to your private bath. A single bathrobe is provided to cover the trip. Purple to discourage theft, probably.
The ground floor suite is spacious -- bedroom, bath, and sitting room. Its main disadvantage is its location at street level, so you can expect the click-clack of high heels on Skidden Hill pavement after each pub closes.
Carl and Debbie are superb hosts and tour directors. Their breakfast selections are diverse and delicious. We found their opinions about local restaurants, day trips, and points of interest right on target for our three-day, four-night night stay. The complimentary passes to Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden will save you £10 each.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seaforth Boutique B & B Offers you amazing seaviews from your room overlooking St Ives Bay and the surrounding beaches.All of our rooms have fridges providing you with water and fresh milk for your complimentary tea and coffee making facility,or to chill your favourite wine or beer.We offer a choice of freshly prepared cooked breakfasts.Our Guesthouse is less than a mins walk from the seafront, superb restaurants,bars and art galleries. You also have the wonderful Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives Museum and The Leach Pottery which are all worth a visit.Seaforth is the perfect base to explore the southwest coast and all it has to offer. Enjoy! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seaforth Hotel St Ives
- Seaforth B&B St Ives, Cornwall