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Welcome to The Queens Hotel St Ives

Address: High Street, St. Ives (Cornwall), TR26 1RR

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Situated in St Ives, less than 2 minutes’ walk from the harbour, The Queens Hotel St Ives has free Wi-Fi. It also offers a gastropub, decorated with local artwork and serving award-winning food. The Queens Hotel St Ives makes its own Cornish ice cream, as well as homemade bread. Food is locally sourced and made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, and on Sundays a traditional British roast is available. Each room is bright and spacious, and comes with a flat-screen satellite TV. Rooms located on the top floor also benefit from sea views. St Ives is a popular holiday town, and has a variety of restaurants and galleries, all within a 5-minute walk of The Queens Hotel St Ives. The beautiful sandy beaches are also just minutes away.

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Chysauster Ancient Village - Cornwall - Landmark

Chysauster Ancient Village - Cornwall - Landmark

Distance 4.16 miles (6.65 km)
Chysauster Ancient Village
Cornwall
This Celtic settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago. The village consisted of eight stone-walled homesteads known as courtyard houses, which are only found on the Lands End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly. Each house had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms. The houses form one of the oldest village streets in the country.

St Michaels Mount - Cornwall - Landmark

St Michaels Mount - Cornwall - Landmark

Distance 6.06 miles (9.69 km)
This iconic island rises gracefully to the church and castle at its summit. Accessible on foot at low tide across a causeway, at other times it is reached by a short evocative boat trip. The oldest surviving buildings date from the 12th century, when a Benedictine priory was founded here. Following the English Civil War, the island was acquired by the St Aubyn family, who still live in the castle. In the intervening years many additions and alterations were made to convert it for use as a mansion house. Fascinating rooms from different eras include the mid-18th-century Gothick-style Blue Drawing Room.