Council Chamber

Mark Noall Photography: Council Chamber Wedding

Our historic oak panelled meeting room is perfect for small private functions.

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The Market House

Market House St Ives

Market House is a distinctive semi-circular building at the end of Fore Street. It is an important historic building and the home of the former borough Council and the assizes. The upper floor is leased to the Constitution snooker club. the Ground floor is leased as 5 retail letting units. All five are currently let. […]

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St Nicholas Chapel

The wedding party outside the island Chapel

Also known as the Island Chapel is the perfect place to have your marriage blessed.

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St Leonard’s Chapel

St Leonard’s Chapel is at the entrance to Smeaton’s Pier and is traditionally known as the fishermen’s chapel.

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Dove Street Toilets

These toilets are open all year round from 8am until dusk. Cleaning and Inspection These toilets are inspected once a day for maintenance issues and are subject to a seasonal cleaning schedule with 2 cleans a day during the Winter months and 5 cleans a day in the Summer season.

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Carbis Bay

Carbis Bay Beach St Ives

The mile long stretch of beach is about a mile from the centre of St Ives. It has very little surf so is especially family friendly and great for swimming. It has been made a little bit more famous in 2021 as the location for the G7 summit of world leaders who enjoyed a beach […]

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This hidden sandy cove is on the spot of the former Wheal Dream tin mine with some of the wall intact. It’s located between the harbour and Porthgwidden beach and is very often quiet and a spot enjoyed by locals. It’s sheltered by the walls (but this also means it doesn’t always get full sun). […]

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Lambeth Walk

Lambeth Walk beach is in the centre of town, situated on the far side of West pier, between the harbour beach and Porthminster. It is a tidal beach, almost disappearing at high tide. At low tide it emerges into a sandy beach which links up the harbour and Porthminster. Access is difficult across a large […]

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Porth Kidney

Hayle Beach St Ives

Porthkidney Sands is a huge north-facing beach running from the Hayle Estuary to Hawk’s Point in Carbis Bay. The beach stretches a mile in length and, when the tide is out, it is also a mile out to sea. This creates a vast stretch, which is less well known to visitors and means it is […]

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