Situated on the shores of St Ives Bay, this picturesque fishing town is one of the most famous Cornish holiday destinations to visit.

A maze of tiny cobbled streets leads you to the harbour front, where daily boats land catches of fresh fish. Surrounded by four award- winning beaches, St Ives offers beautiful golden sands and crystal blue waters offering visitors the perfect stunning seaside location.

Nestled in the historic centre between the magnificent Porthminster beach and St Ives Harbour, Trevose Harbour House is ideally situated to enjoy the abundance of cafés and restaurants the town has to offer. Famous for its art scene, Trevose Harbour House is the ideal location to visit the numerous art galleries, workshops and studios that are scattered amongst the delightful streets and alleyways of the town.

Trevose map of St Ives


With St Ives’s recognition as the seaside town with the most beautiful light in Britain, it is no wonder artists from all over the world have been drawn here to indulge their imagination and creativity.

With the likes of Barbara Hepworth and Bernard Leach influencing the artistic heritage of the town, we feel so fortunate to be located in such a captivating and inspiring hub of talent, both past and present.

There is an abundance of art galleries, museums, workshops and studios within the town, commemorating both past and present work. Here are just a few of our favourites..


One way to commentate and celebrate the music and arts heritage of the town, is through the annual St Ives festival of music and the arts. This 2 week honorary event, during the mid 2 weeks of September, offers an array of experiences including exhibitions, workshops, poetry, walks, talks and much much more.. It has become paramount to the towns culture and people travel from all over the country to experience it.

We think it is an exciting time to visit St Ives, to get involved and see the town in all its glory!


For usually just one week during the early summer, artists, craftsmen and designers open the doors of their studios and workshops to the public. From remote cottages to beachside spaces, it is an amazing opportunity for interested individuals to indulge into their creativity and get a rare insight into the way the creators work.

From the harbour to Porthminster


One of the most reoccurring questions we like to ask our guests upon arrival, is what they have planned for their visit to St Ives. Usually, besides the art, the common interest that always seems to leave people’s lips, is food; ‘good food, good drink, good atmosphere’.

We are so fortunate here in St Ives to be spoilt for choice with such a fruitful and buzzing restaurant scene.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic fine dining experience, an assortment of delicious tapas or finger-licking-good fish and chips, St Ives has an array of wonderful places to eat and drink to cater for every occasion. With stiff competition, restaurants offer high-quality foods, enjoyable experiences and beautiful settings.

Here at Trevose Harbour House we are delighted to point you in the right direction of where best to dine and to make arrangements for you upon arrival. Some of our favourites include:


Blessed with the southwest’s wildest coastline, Cornwall proudly boasts an array of intriguing and exciting explorations including breathtakingly beautiful beaches, charming gardens, recent innovative creations and magnificent islands.

Situated where it is, Trevose Harbour House has everything you could wish for on its doorstep. If you are eager to explore a little further afield, it is the perfect base to seek other areas of Cornwall. Below are just a few of our favoured suggestions to visit: