From £275 - 3 to 7 nights
Holiday reference: SVBOB
Chy Morvah is situated in the attractive seaside town of St Ives. A 10 minute downhill walk will take you to the harbour and old town; a maze of narrow streets and shops. The harbour front is always bustling with activity, and there are numerous artists’ galleries to enjoy. There are also two excellent sandy beaches which are very popular with families in the summer. St Ives has a full range of facilities including shops, banks, chemists, pubs and cafes.
During your stay at Chy Morvah you may enjoy visiting the following places of interest:
Opened in 1993, this branch of the Tate Gallery celebrates Cornwall’s rich artistic legacy. Tate St Ives also manages the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, which gives a remarkable insight into the work and outlook of one of Britain's most important 20th century sculptors.
Justifiably popular with visitors, the fascinating ‘Biomes’ of the Eden Project house a flamboyant collection of plants from around the world. Explore the two gigantic geodesic conservatories - one a majestic rainforest, the other is host to the fruits and flowers of the Mediterranean, South Africa and California. Outside the extensive grounds are landscaped and produce tea, lavender, sunflowers and hemp.
The jewel in Cornwall's crown, a fairytale island with an exotic garden, ancient harbour, a church and a medieval castle. Access from Marazion is by foot along the causeway, or by ferry at high water.
This uniquely situated open-air theatre is cut into the cliffs at Porthcurno, near Lands End. Performances take place most evenings and some afternoon matinees. The Rowena Cade Exhibition Centre tells the story of its creation. An evening theatre visit is often offered to guests staying at Chy Morvah (May to September).
Cornwall's £21 Million Attraction in Falmouth is housed in an award winning building on the harbour-side. The museum transports you into the world of small boats and Cornish maritime history.
These restored gardens are fames for their displays of rhododendrons and camellias.
Situated at Gweek beside the Helford Estuary, the seal sanctuary cares for injured or abandoned seals, before returning them to the wild.
Discover Cornwall's mining heritage at this excellent museum. Guided underground trips as well as surface tours available.
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Our lines are open:
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 19:00
Saturday 09:00 - 13.00