Sunny Lyn Apartment A guidebook

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Sunny Lyn Apartment A guidebook

Food scene
Food St Ives Porthmeor Beach Café Directly on Porthmeor Beach (Atlantic north facing surfing beach), this is a great choice for whiling away a few hours with Tapas and chilled white wine, watching the surfers doing all of the work. Ask for a ‘pod’ at the Beach Café if you can. Small cubes outside in any weather (colourful fleece blankets and heaters provided) is the ultimate St Ives dining experience in our opinion, with the beautiful atlantic ocean and all hues of blues and greens perfectly framed whilst you take a breather from the basking or snuggle in cosily during a seasonal storm. Perfect!! Food is pretty good too! Try the curry if you don’t fancy Tapas. Porthminster Beach Café Right on Porthminster Beach this award-winning restaurant typifies St Ives. Set right on the beach, the atmosphere and décor is both relaxed and chic, the food is sublime and it is probably the most published eatery (Sunday newspapers, magazines etc) that you will find. Porthgwidden Beach Café Porthminster’s sister café is a smaller, cosier version of its contemporary. Tucked away on the smallest beach in St Ives centre, you can really get away from the crowds whilst still enjoying top-notch food and service. Porthminster Kitchen Situated right on the Harbour front this first floor restaurant is warm and stylish with vibrant artworks. Food is Mediterranean in style there is always a good selection on the menu. There are also a few tables on the outdoor balcony, which have amazing views. Talay Thai This is great Thai eatery with fantastic service and beautiful delicious dishes. They don’t take reservations via telephone or online so it’s first come first served but they will take your number if there is a wait and call you when the table is ready. Great tables by the windows overlooking the harbour if you can get one! Blas Burgerworks The greatest little find when it comes to Burgers! Gorgeous combinations are created to make this a burger fest to remember. Small and intimate you will find this eatery tucked away at the bottom of The Warren opposite St Ives Art Club on your way from the harbour beach to Porthminster Beach (walking along the front). They don’t take reservations and you will probably share one of the large communal tables but it is worth getting there early as it gets very busy later on. Harbour Fish and Chips On the Harbour front this fish and chips restaurant is cool and contemporary with great views. The Loft, Source Kitchen, Cornish Deli…so many to choose. Takeaways: Becks Fish & Chips – Carbis Bay St Ives Pizza Company – St Ives Dominos - Hayle Grameen Indian Restaurant - Hayle Yeungs Chinese – St Ives
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Food St Ives Porthmeor Beach Café Directly on Porthmeor Beach (Atlantic north facing surfing beach), this is a great choice for whiling away a few hours with Tapas and chilled white wine, watching the surfers doing all of the work. Ask for a ‘pod’ at the Beach Café if you can. Small cubes outside in any weather (colourful fleece blankets and heaters provided) is the ultimate St Ives dining experience in our opinion, with the beautiful atlantic ocean and all hues of blues and greens perfectly framed whilst you take a breather from the basking or snuggle in cosily during a seasonal storm. Perfect!! Food is pretty good too! Try the curry if you don’t fancy Tapas. Porthminster Beach Café Right on Porthminster Beach this award-winning restaurant typifies St Ives. Set right on the beach, the atmosphere and décor is both relaxed and chic, the food is sublime and it is probably the most published eatery (Sunday newspapers, magazines etc) that you will find. Porthgwidden Beach Café Porthminster’s sister café is a smaller, cosier version of its contemporary. Tucked away on the smallest beach in St Ives centre, you can really get away from the crowds whilst still enjoying top-notch food and service. Porthminster Kitchen Situated right on the Harbour front this first floor restaurant is warm and stylish with vibrant artworks. Food is Mediterranean in style there is always a good selection on the menu. There are also a few tables on the outdoor balcony, which have amazing views. Talay Thai This is great Thai eatery with fantastic service and beautiful delicious dishes. They don’t take reservations via telephone or online so it’s first come first served but they will take your number if there is a wait and call you when the table is ready. Great tables by the windows overlooking the harbour if you can get one! Blas Burgerworks The greatest little find when it comes to Burgers! Gorgeous combinations are created to make this a burger fest to remember. Small and intimate you will find this eatery tucked away at the bottom of The Warren opposite St Ives Art Club on your way from the harbour beach to Porthminster Beach (walking along the front). They don’t take reservations and you will probably share one of the large communal tables but it is worth getting there early as it gets very busy later on. Harbour Fish and Chips On the Harbour front this fish and chips restaurant is cool and contemporary with great views. The Loft, Source Kitchen, Cornish Deli…so many to choose. Takeaways: Becks Fish & Chips – Carbis Bay St Ives Pizza Company – St Ives Dominos - Hayle Grameen Indian Restaurant - Hayle Yeungs Chinese – St Ives
Sightseeing
Places St Ives Stunning beaches, fantastic restaurants, good surfing, great shops, galleries (Tate St Ives) Mousehole Relax and enjoy the beautiful harbour, village galleries and cafes, coastal walks. Newlyn Art Gallery Lamorna Along the coastal path directly out of Mousehole North Coast Road (drive out of the top of St Ives) Zennor – home of Moomaid ice-cream! St Michaels Mount Marazion – galleries, cafes/restaurants, walk across at low tide to the mount Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens & Café Ludgvan/Penzance Godrevy & Gwithian Beach, Surfing, Coastal Path, National Trust Café and Seal Watching! Porthcurno / Minack Theatre Beach/Coastal (avoiding Lands End attractions.) Kynance Cove On the Lizard Peninsula – spectacular coastal spot (Beach/Café/Coastal) Porthleven Cornish village famous for it’s big waves in Stormy weather(!) Good dining options. Sennen Beach/Cafes Further afield… Watergate Bay & Bedruthan Steps Beaches, Cafes Falmouth Cornish Town, Boats, National Maritime Museum, Shops, Places to Eat Truro City of Truro, Shops, nightlife Eden Project National Trust Godolphin, Trengwaitan, Glendurgan, Trelissick Lost Gardens of Heligan Activities Learn to Surf Porthmeor Beach Surf School, St Ives St Ives Surf School is also a great way to work off all those delicious treats and is fantastic for total beginners (I can vouch for this personally) to more experience surfers looking to hone their skills! Camel Trail (North Cornwall) Hire a bike and cycle along from Wadebridge to Padstow famous for Rick Stein and many more eateries! For the children… Beaches Galore! / Seal Sanctuary / Paradise Park / Flambards / Crealy
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Places St Ives Stunning beaches, fantastic restaurants, good surfing, great shops, galleries (Tate St Ives) Mousehole Relax and enjoy the beautiful harbour, village galleries and cafes, coastal walks. Newlyn Art Gallery Lamorna Along the coastal path directly out of Mousehole North Coast Road (drive out of the top of St Ives) Zennor – home of Moomaid ice-cream! St Michaels Mount Marazion – galleries, cafes/restaurants, walk across at low tide to the mount Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens & Café Ludgvan/Penzance Godrevy & Gwithian Beach, Surfing, Coastal Path, National Trust Café and Seal Watching! Porthcurno / Minack Theatre Beach/Coastal (avoiding Lands End attractions.) Kynance Cove On the Lizard Peninsula – spectacular coastal spot (Beach/Café/Coastal) Porthleven Cornish village famous for it’s big waves in Stormy weather(!) Good dining options. Sennen Beach/Cafes Further afield… Watergate Bay & Bedruthan Steps Beaches, Cafes Falmouth Cornish Town, Boats, National Maritime Museum, Shops, Places to Eat Truro City of Truro, Shops, nightlife Eden Project National Trust Godolphin, Trengwaitan, Glendurgan, Trelissick Lost Gardens of Heligan Activities Learn to Surf Porthmeor Beach Surf School, St Ives St Ives Surf School is also a great way to work off all those delicious treats and is fantastic for total beginners (I can vouch for this personally) to more experience surfers looking to hone their skills! Camel Trail (North Cornwall) Hire a bike and cycle along from Wadebridge to Padstow famous for Rick Stein and many more eateries! For the children… Beaches Galore! / Seal Sanctuary / Paradise Park / Flambards / Crealy