Ideally situated to enjoy St Ives and the magnificent West Cornwall coastline, Atlantic is one of the premier hotels and guest houses in St Ives.
We provide clean, comfortable, quality accommodation so when you are looking for places to stay in St Ives, Cornwall the Atlantic is able to meet your requirements whether it be for a short break or a full family holiday.
The Atlantic Restaurant has gained a reputation as a place to relax and enjoy tasty modern food away from the bustle of St. Ives.
A modern and friendly restaurant offering great food in a hassle-free setting. Smart but very relaxed with menus and specials board that reflect the local produce and seafood.
Our chef produces traditional home-cooked fayre, all fresh and made on the premises. The frequently changing menu is suitable for everyone from the young to the mature whether you dine from the bar menu or our a’…
The Fieldhead Hotel, originally built for a Sea Captain in 1896, is now an established, traditional, warm country house style hotel occupying a prime elevated position with magnificent sea views offering a very high standard of hotel comfort and services including Balcony Breakfasts and Balcony Dinners.
The Hotel’s Horizons Restaurant, caters for Residents and non-residents for Breakfast, Sunday Lunch, Dinner and private parties, and offers a traditional English style of tantalising, daily changing fixed price a la carte menus.
The Fieldhead Hotel offers a range of accommodation, all with FreeView Television, Direct Dial telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities: Superior balcony doubles and twins some with a safe and a fridge; Standard balcony doubles and twins; Standard doubles and twins and Family double and twin rooms with bunk beds. Two rooms are on the Ground Floor, ide…
Whether you are planning your first trip to Cornwall or you are a regular visitor, The Windward offers all the comfort and hospitality you need to make your 'home from home' a great place to stay.
The Windward is situated on the craggy North Cornwall coast where the Atlantic waves crash in, with fabulous clean wide sandy beaches and a superb natural environment.
We have twelve comfortably appointed Double Bedrooms, ranging from our two luxurious Sea-View Balconied Premiers overlooking the beach, (how about a glass of wine on your own balcony?) to our very functional Standard and Twin-Bedded rooms and a recently added single room.
All our Bedrooms are fully en-suite and are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, hair-dryers and the latest flat screen televisions with built in DVD & Freeview. Everything is designed to make your stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible.…
The Atlantic View Hotel is a lovely Victorian house situated in the small hamlet of Treknow, just a mile outside the village of Tintagel, famous for its connection with the legend of King Arthur. The hotel is set 300 yards back from the rugged and dramatic cliff top, of the North Cornwall coast.
The Atlantic View Hotel is a family run hotel, where care is taken to ensure guests receive a warm and friendly welcome from the owners. There are nine comfortable en-suite bedrooms, all having beautiful views of sea or countryside.
Some of the double rooms have four poster or lace drapes, others are family and twin-bedded rooms, and all have colour television and tea/coffee making facilities.
In the grounds of the hotel, there is a covered swimming pool (heated April-October), large lawns, sun patios and ample private parking.
Inside there are two residents lounges, an elegant rest…
Set in the heart of North Cornwall in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland, designated an area of Special Landscape Value, the Bowood Park estate once formed part of a 13th century deer park owned by the Black Prince.
Bowood is now home to a luxury 31 room three star hotel with an award-winning restaurant and an outstanding golf course.
The fine dining restaurant serves a wide range of international cuisine which has earned an RAC Dining Award and the lounge bar, with its extensive stock of wines and malt whiskeys and late-night opening, is spacious and comfortably furnished with ample chairs and sofas.
We have several different types of rooms within our hotel, to suit many different requirements. When you make an application for accommodation, you will be asked to state which room types you would ideally prefer to be accommodated in, so it is useful to understand what each …
Treloyhan Manor stands in a magnificent position overlooking Carbis Bay, on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of St. Ives.
Built in the 19th century for the shipping magnate Sir Edward Hain, Treloyhan has accommodation for 100 guests and occupies a location which makes it ideal for families.
St. Ives itself, once a fishing village, has long been a haven for artists attracted by the clear light, the quaint narrow streets leading down to the sea, and the magnificent views.
Major road improvements now make St. Ives more easily accessible. Whether you prefer to travel by car, train, coach or simply fly, we can assist you with your transportation.
Treloyhan Manor has 42 bedrooms in total, incorporating both en-suite and standard rooms, and ranging from single occupancy to family rooms suitable for up to 5 persons. In total we can accommodate up to 100 guests.
This small Country House Hotel in Devon has been thrilling guests for over 40 years with some of the very best food and accommodation the South West has to offer. Expect superb food, elegant surroundings, stunning views and warm, friendly staff. An ideal hotel for a luxury break, a celebratory meal, a house party or a romantic wedding in Devon.
Set within 5 acres of gardens overlooking the Tamar Valley, the hotel is close to Tavistock, Dartmoor, Plymouth and Cornwall. The quintessential small hotel to celebrate birthdays and special occasions, this is also one of the most romantic wedding venues in Devon.
The hotel uses only the finest quality seasonal produce, with over 70% of our produce sourced from Devon and 90% within the South West. With 2 AA rosettes, its fine dining restaurant has an excellent local and national reputation for award winning food.
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) (photo of painting) after he allegedly stayed here. It has been extensively modernised in recent years.
The bar is popular with the locals and is a centre for much of the social life of this small friendly Cornish town. If you have a good joke to tell, this is the place to do it! St. Just has all amenities: A small supermarket, a grocery store, a green grocer, bakers, butchers, hairdressers, cafés, Chinese takeaway, pubs, a hardware store, craft shops and art galleries, a pottery, a library and a doctor's surgery.
The nearby parish church holds all usual Anglican services. A Roman Catholic mass is held in Penzance. Also within sight is the Methodist chapel, claimed to be one of the …