Puffins’ is our holiday apartment at Belyars Croft in St Ives, Cornwall.  It has two bedrooms sleeping four in superking or twin beds, and there is an ensuite shower room and family bathroom. With a lovely sea view, a free parking space, and a balcony, you can enjoy a peaceful week (or two) or a short break at any time of year; however, we recommend avoiding the school summer holidays for a more peaceful and less expensive holiday in St Ives.  It is five minutes walk down to town (ten minutes back up, with stops to enjoy the views), and five minutes to Porthminster Beach and the South West Coat Path. Blue Flag beaches, cafes and restaurants, and of course, art galleries including Tate St Ives, make for a wonderful break. Sorry, we can't accept pets here.

Puffins is a separate business from Sheepfold and is managed by Cherished Cottages based in St Ives.  Please see www.cherishedcottages.co.uk/cottages/puffins-apartment/


We are also in contact with the owners of two equally lovely similar properties on the same level of the apartments at Belyars Croft (these other apartments are named 'The Lighthouse' and 'North Four'). If you would like two or three apartments for individual families or for larger group of friends to holiday together while retaining separate accommodation, then Puffins, The Lighthouse and North Four may suit your needs.   


Please ring us on 07983 355568 for more information, and we can let you know about availability, or ring our letting agents Cherished Cottages in St Ives on 01736 490640 and mention where you saw this. 

The apartments are ten minutes walk from St Ives Railway Station, which is connected to the main London–Penzance line at St Erth by the St Ives Bay Line, one of Britain’s most scenic railway lines. From late May to mid September, there’s an excellent local bus service around Cornwall and a reduced service outside this period, so it is perfectly possible to enjoy a holiday in the area without a car if you want to let the train take the strain.


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