St Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa is a luxurious seaside retreat located in the picturesque coastal town of St Ives in Cornwall, England. The hotel is renowned for its stunning location, overlooking the beautiful Porthminster Beach and the tranquil waters of St Ives Bay. Situated right on the waterfront, the hotel offers breathtaking views of the sea and coastline. The hotel offers a range of accommodation options, including stylishly appointed rooms and suites. Many of the rooms feature balconies or terraces with panoramic views of the sea, providing guests with a serene and comfortable retreat during their stay.
St Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa boasts excellent dining options, including a restaurant serving fresh, locally sourced seafood and other delectable dishes inspired by the region’s culinary traditions. The hotel also features a luxurious spa where guests can indulge in a variety of treatments and therapies designed to promote relaxation and rejuvenation. From massages and facials to body wraps and beauty treatments, the spa offers a range of services to pamper guests and enhance their sense of well-being.
Beyond relaxation and indulgence, guests can explore the charming town of St Ives and its surrounding areas, which offer a wealth of cultural attractions, outdoor activities, and scenic walks along the coast. Overall, St Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa provides a luxurious and tranquil retreat for guests seeking a memorable seaside escape in one of England’s most picturesque coastal destinations.
About St Ives
A firm favourite with locals and visitors St Ives is a beautiful beach and harbour where tourists flock to enjoy the fabulous views and the harbour. The town sits directly above the harbour and is famous for not just the harbour but the gallery and museum too. St Ives is also well positioned on the north coast and is not too far from many other attractions such as Land’s End and the Minack Theatre. St Ives is also known for its Art culture and its branch of the Tate Gallery. In 2010, a BBC Four film, The Art of Cornwall, presented by James Fox said that the St Ives artists “went on to produce some of the most exhilarating art of the twentieth century…for a few dazzling years this place was as famous as Paris, as exciting as New York and infinitely more progressive than London.”
In more recent years St Ives has been awarded Best Seaside Town by the Guardian in 2007 and Best Seaside Town by The British Travel Awards both in 2010 and 2011. This absolute gem of a town is a must see when in Cornwall. The population of St Ives is around 11,000 but this rises dramatically in the summer months.