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Tregony Guest House
1 Clodgy View
St Ives
Cornwall

TR26 1JG | View map
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Tregony Guest House is a Enjoy England 4 Star Rated accommodation in the heart of St. Ives in Cornwall. It has also been awarded a Silver Award from Enjoy England. It enjoys a central location in St. Ives. It boasts magnificent views overlooking Porthmeor Beach; with beautiful views of Clodgy Point and The Island.

Due to its central location Tregony is close to the beach and harbour and still close to the town centre of St.Ives and Bus/Train Stations. It is an ideal base from which to explore the South West Peninsular. It is just 30 minutes drive from Land’s End or The Minack Theatre; 20 minutes from Penzance; where you can get a helicopter to The Isles Of Scilly. The Eden Project; Lost Gardens of Heligan; and numerous National Trust properties are all within easy driving distance.

Tregony's aim is to make your holiday both pleasurable and memorable by trying to cater for your every need. We offer a choice of breakfast menu served between 8:30 and 9:00.

Please Note: We are a totally Non-Smoking establishment. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets.
You can check in between 12:00 and 14:00 and then after 18:00; other times by arrangement only.
Rooms to be vacated by 10:00 on day of departure
We do not accept children under 3 years of age. Family Rooms are priced on a 2 adult basis & a child supplement is payable upon departure. This is £12 for 3 to 9 years of age & £17 for children aged between 10 & 15. Tregony Guest House will send full booking terms & conditions upon confirmation of booking.

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