Blue Hayes

Location St Ives

Postcode TR26 2AD


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Seaside luxury

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The Place

Sitting in the rolling hills overlooking Porthminster Point, Blue Hayes echoes both the historical charm and the trendy allure of St Ives. Once home to the famous surgeon, Professor Samuel Ernest Whitnall, now it is an upmarket, luxury hotel that captures the sub-tropical feel of its location. Its palm-fringed gardens give the illusion that you’re abroad, while the six coastal themed bedrooms reflect the surrounding area with their blue and sandy hues.

The restaurant serves locally caught seafood on the white-balustraded terrace when the weather is fine. The atmosphere is a relaxed Mediterranean vibe, highlighted by the gardens that lead directly to the South West Coast Path. The owner, Malcolm, and the rest of the staff provide a personalised and attentive service. The hotel is in a great location, with the TATE and Barbara Hepworth Museum nearby.

The Essentials

Price Band £££-££££
Rooms 6; 1 four poster, 4 double/twin, 1 single, each with a bath and shower, smart TV, free WiFi, tea/coffee
Food Breakfast, light supper
Facilities Sitting and reading room, lounge bar, dining room, terrace, gardens, car park
Children 10+
Accessibility Not easily accessible
Pets Not accepted

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Good To Know

Address Trelyon Avenue, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2AD

The Location

Find this place: Above Porthminster Beach, with direct access to the South West Coast Path; 5 mins walk down to the beach, and 10 mins to Harbour

What's nearby: TATE St Ives & Barbara Hepworth Museum (2km), Minack Theatre & Lands End (30km), St Michaels Mount (13km)

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