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The St Ives Bay Hotel is a great base from which to explore the surrounding area including:

Porthmeor Beach, Porthgwidden Beach, Carbis Bay, Hayle Beach, Porthkidney Beach Nearby

There are wonderful sandy beaches in all directions. Walk, cycle or drive to the beach. Pack your surfboard, picnic basket, windshields, wetsuit, bucket and spade.

St Ives Surf School, Kayak and Paddleboard 200 Metres

A team of specialists who provide bespoke surf lessons and coaching, paddleboarding tuition, sea kayaking tours and coasteering adventures. All activities operate from two beach locations in St Ives. providing an unforgettable ocean experience and a safe, fun environment.

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden 0.5 Mile

Discover the work of one of Britain’s most celebrated sculptors and artists.

Tate St Ives 0.5 Mile

One of the UK’s finest galleries exhibiting works by modern British artists, not to mention fantastic views over Porthmeor Beach.

West Cornwall Golf Club 2.7 Miles

The oldest golf club in Cornwall – with a welcoming clubhouse, fantastic 5,679 yard, 18-hole links golf course, with views of the beach.

South West Coastal Path Nearby

The UK’s longest and best-loved National Trail passes through St Ives, making this the perfect place to plan to stop and rest your feet for a few days. Or if you fancy following the trail for a few miles, you can walk up to iconic places such as Clodgy Point, Carbis Bay or Lelant.

Paradise Park and JungleBarn Indoor Play Centre 5 Miles

A great day out for the family where you can meet colourful flamingos, parrots, eagles, red pandas, otters and hundreds of others, plus a full programme of family-oriented activities.

National Trust, Godrevy 10 Miles

A sandy beach that leads on to headlands rich in wildlife and dramatic coves. At the far end of St Ives Bay, Godrevy beach is perfect for surfers, walkers, familes and anyone who just wants to relax and admire the views.

Land’s End 21 Miles

If you’ve made it this far, then it’s worth a short day trip to make it to the farthest south-western tip of the British Isles!