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Oystercatcher

St Ives, Cornwall, England

Oystercatcher in St Ives, Cornwall, England
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About Oystercatcher

Oystercatcher is a bed and breakfast located in Carbis Bay, 1.2 miles from St Ives. It is a 10-minute walk to the sandy Carbis Bay beach. The property enjoys sea-views of St Ives Bay. Each unique bedroom has solid wood beds and furniture and private private bathrooms. All rooms have a chair, flat-screen TVs and hair dryers. Tea/coffee making facilities are provided with fair trade teas, coffee and hot chocolate, along with fresh milk and complimentary Cornish biscuits. There is free wifi and free on-site parking. Oystercatcher offers a choice of cooked breakfast with locally sourced produce, all cooked by your host who is also a professionally trained chef. Oystercatcher is 1.7 miles from Tate St Ives. St Michael’s Mount is a 20-minute drive away and the West Penwith peninsular is easily accessible by car and bus.


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