|13 Bellair Terrace - St Ives
|St Ives holidays Self Catering Accommodation, Cornwall
The View from top Floor
|Telephone: 01561 340267
Mobile: 07877 969462
E-mail 13 Bellair Terrace
13 Bellair Terrace is a south facing Victorian house built on a generous scale. It has three floors, with views at the front overlooking the harbour, Carbis Bay and the famous Virginia Woolf lighthouse at the north end of Gwithian Sands.
|The whole accommodation has recently been refurbished for holiday use with white walls, glass bricks, and skylights offering guests a stylish and modern retreat from the hustle and bustle of the town.
|Contemporary art and modern furniture create this bohemian bolthole, once home to a long line of practicing artists who used the attic as a studio.
|Child friendly and set in a traffic free location, Bellair offers guests a peaceful retreat and yet is situated in the centre of town. The beaches, Tate gallery, restaurants and the shops are a 5 minute walk away.
|To the front of the house is a terraced garden with Cornish palm trees and a view across the bay, an ideal place for breakfast on a sunny morning.
|This four/five bedroomed, light, south-facing
house easily accommodates eight people (two families?) and there is
ample space for a travel cot or z-bed in the former studio at the
top of the house, which can be provided on request at an extra cost.
The top floor has a bedroom with a king sized bed, an en suite shower
room and a children's room with two bunk beds .This part of the house
used to be separate accommodation and could house one family.
|The middle floor offers two double
bedrooms with white painted wooden floors shuttered windows, a refurbished
bathroom, and a small box room/reading room with a sofa bed. The ground
floor consists of a large living area with wood burning stove to create
a warm and welcoming feel at any time of year. There is a dining area
and modern architect designed kitchen with glass bricks and sky lights
and a dishwasher and there is a washing machine in the rear shed in
|Short breaks are available
during winter months from £100 per night (minimum break three
nights). Please call or email for more details.
- Gas, electricity and bedding are included in the rental.
- Rents are from Saturday to Saturday.
- The house can be occupied from 3pm on day of arrival and must
be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
- We do not allow pets or smoking within the property.
- As with most accommodation in the heart of St. Ives there is
no parking directly at the house but it is possible to pull up
to the back lane to unload. Barnoon car park is a couple of minute's
walk away and residential free parking can be found at the top
of the road and beyond, where available.
- Weekly car park tickets are available in all of the town's car
|"Our week in St Ives was splendid.
We love your house, St Ives and all of Cornwall that we were able
to pack in…..thanks for all your attention and for a wonderful house."
Mr Messinger, USA, May 2010
"Just to say we had a great time in St Ives, and your cottage
is excellent with everything that you need for a week away. The website
does not really do it justice as the views from several rooms are
fantastic, and you are only a couple of hundred yards from the harbour.
I have lost count how many times I have stayed in St Ives, but this
is the best all round cottage that I have stayed in."
Loughborough, May 2010
"We had a lovely week including wonderful weather. The house
was fantastic and even better than the photos suggested. Many thanks.
We really appreciated having somewhere so lovely to stay."
Mrs Taylor, Bristol, April 2010
"We stayed in your lovely house for a few days last Autumn and
found everything very nice and well equipped"
Mrs Norris, Beaulieu,
"We were impressed by the quality of the accommodation and when
we are aware of our holiday dates next Easter we may well be in touch
to check availability"
Mr and Mrs Bewick, Norfolk, April 2010
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at your house in St Ives and
will be recommending it to others. The location was perfect and St
Ives was lovely. We hope to be able to use the house again at some
point in the future."
Mrs Letts, Cornwall, Feb 2010
"We had a lovely time in St. Ives, the house itself was lovely
and the views are stunning…..the location of the house is fantastic"
Mr Wibbley, Dorchester, Feb 2010