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Carbis Bay Apartments QQQQ

St Ives, West Cornwall, England

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Enjoy an independent holiday in St Ives

Carbis Bay is a beautiful sandy cove with Blue Flag status in a sheltered position near the pretty seaside town of St Ives. Ideal for the more independent traveller, these bright, modern apartments are built into the hillside behind the Carbis Bay Hotel and are equipped with everything you need for an enjoyable holiday.

Including...

  • Welcome pack and drink
  • Saga representative
  • One dinner at the hotel
  • Cancellation rights

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September 1, 2014 and August 31, 2014

Address

The Carbis Bay Hotel Carbis Bay St Ives Cornwall TR26 2NP

Introduction

All six two-bedroom apartments have a sun terrace or balcony, and provide direct access to the nearby beach and coastal paths.

Accommodation

The apartments have a handcrafted kitchen with granite work surface and a marble bathroom. There is a small, steep slope to the apartments, most of which are on two levels. Each apartment has multiple appliances.

CD player
DVD player
Dishwasher
Washing machine
Kitchen
Microwave
Television
Lounge
Dining area

Other Hotel Information

Guests can enjoy the facilities of the Carbis Bay Hotel, including one complimentary dinner in the Saga award-winning Sands Restaurant.

Bedroom
Carbis Bay Apartments
Apartment

All six two-bedroom apartments have a sun terrace or balcony, and provide direct access to the nearby beach and coastal paths.

The apartments stand at the foot of a steep slope leading down from the village a quarter of a mile away. Local bus and coastal railway services operate regularly to St Ives, one-and-a-half miles away.

There are many breathtaking coastal views to be enjoyed along the paths that are easily accessible from the hotel.

St Ives

Discover the ancient town of St Ives on the southwest tip of Cornwall. Tucked away in its quaint cobbled streets, tiny fishermen’s cottages rub shoulders with world-class restaurants and chic art galleries – you’ll even find the Tate Gallery here.

Looe and Polperro

Travelling via Goss Moor, you pass Bodmin and then enter the beautiful Glynn Valley to Looe, a famous port, holiday resort and shark-fishing centre. Spend some free time here before continuing to the picturesque harbourside village of Polperro, where you enjoy more time at leisure.

Full day
Looe
Looe Cornwall England UK Europe Polperro
  • Optional on 7 nights itinerary
  • Not available on 4 nights itinerary

Marazion for St Michael's Mount

Enjoy a drive to the seaside village of Marazion, where you can view St Michael’s Mount. This small island rises like a great sandcastle 300 feet from the water of Mount’s Bay, and is crowned with a monastery and castle that date back partly to the 12th century. In medieval times, the monastery was the property of the monks of Mont St Michel in Normandy.

After the dissolution of the monasteries by King Henry VIII, the Mount became the property of the St Aubyn family. It is now administered by the National Trust. You may walk along a causeway from Marazion to the Mount at low tide.

Admission to the castle and monastery is not included

Half day
Marazion Cornwall England UK Europe
  • Optional on 7 nights itinerary
  • Not available on 4 nights itinerary

Newlyn and Mousehole

Along the coast from Penzance lies Newlyn, a fishing town where old cottages climb up a steep hill, and a port below bustles with activity. Over 150 fishing vessels operate from Newlyn's 43-acre harbour, one of the most important in England and Wales.

Continue to the picturesque Cornish fishing village, Mousehole (pronounced Mowzel) which lies on the western shore of Mount's Bay. Here, tiny alleys run between the granite houses, craftshops, galleries and pubs that cluster around the harbour.

Half day
  • Optional on 7 nights itinerary
  • Not available on 4 nights itinerary

The Eden Project

The multi-million pound Eden Project is one of the great successes of the new millennium. Described as a ‘Garden for the 21st Century’, it houses over 1,000,000 plants, representing 5,000 species from many of the climatic zones of the world.

Plants are raised in two huge transparent spheres called ‘Biomes’, each with their own temperature and atmosphere. The Humid Tropics Biome – the world's largest greenhouse – is home to the plants of the rainforest, whilst the warm Temperate Biome is filled with Mediterranean plants. Outside can be seen sunflowers, hemp, tea and a host of other plants. The aim of the project is to inform visitors about our relationship with, and dependence upon, plants. Admission is included.

Full day
Eden Project
Eden Project St Austell Cornwall England UK Europe
  • Optional on 7 nights itinerary
  • Not available on 4 nights itinerary

Truro and Falmouth

Visit historic Falmouth, a well-equipped port with a beautiful sheltered harbour. In 1688, Falmouth was made the Royal Mail packet station, and was busy with ships bound for Spain and the West Indies. Afterwards, continue to charming Truro, with its elegant Georgian buildings, cobbled alleyways and myriad interlinking lanes. It is set at the head of the Truro River, which flows down to Falmouth and out into the ‘Carrick Roads’.

Nestling at the heart of the city is Truro Cathedral. Though appearing to be a medieval Gothic church, it was only completed as recently as 1910. The cathedral incorporates a small part of the original parish church of St Mary's, and its distinctive three spires rise high above the city's bustling shopping streets. No admission charges are included.

Falmouth Heritage
Falmouth Cornwall England UK Europe Truro
  • Optional on 7 nights itinerary
  • Not available on 4 nights itinerary

Carbis Bay Apartments QQQQ

St Ives, West Cornwall, England

2

Please call 0800 096 0085 for latest availability