Standing in a magnificent position overlooking Carbis Bay on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of St Ives. Located directly on the beach path and offering TV's in every room, free WiFi, parking and separate games room. Set in the serenity of beautiful gardens the hotel offers superb bedrooms and delicious home-cooked food. The hotel is close to clean sandy beaches, picturesque villages and the wealth of tourist attractions that this part of Cornwall has to offer. Treloyhan is part of the Christian Guild group of Hotels and welcomes everyone. Back in the tranquil hotel there is a chance to enjoy the facilities which include pool table, putting green, croquet and table tennis.Bedrooms are elegantly styled and furnished providing the perfect retreat to enjoy a relaxing break. Some rooms enjoy breathtaking west facing sea views and others garden views, and enjoy complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. In the en-suite rooms you will find soft white towels for your daily use. Sample some of chefs specialities made with the finest, freshest locally farmed Cornish produce. These include St Endellion brie wedges dusted with breadcrumbs with a sweet chilli dressing. Locally caught Newlyn smoked peppered mackerel fillets served with wholegrain mustard sauce, and locally picked strawberries served with full traditional Cornish Clotted Cream. Guests are welcome to enjoy a leisurely afternoon in the spacious front lounge enjoying one of the speciality Cornish Cream Teas. There are TV's in each room and in addition a range of comfortable lounges to suit your mood including a TV lounge and games room. Guests can sit relaxing whilst taking in the sights of the beautifully kept gardens which boast a range of tropical plants and exotic shrubs that flourish due to the milder climate.Situated in beautiful St Ives on the South West peninsula, there are limitless activities and attractions for you to see and do. From a number of National Trust properties and gardens steeped in Cornish heritage; Cape Cornwall with its rugged and unspoiled coastline; to the wonder that is the Eden project. Other local attractions include; St Ives and Porthminster Beach, Tate St Ives Gallery, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trengwainton Gardens, National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Minack Theatre, Levant Mine, Flambard's Theme Park, St Michaels's Mount, Land's End and the Royal Cornwall Museum.We serve dinner from 6.30pm 8.30pm, booking is essential to avoid disappointment.Important info: Please note there are strictly no arrivals accepted after 9pm unless arranged prior to your arrival.
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- Parking Spaces
- Licensed Bar
- Public Restaurant
- Disabled Access/Facilities
Treloyhan Manor Hotel
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By Road:Treloyhan Manor (St Ives) is situated just off the A30 bypass which runs through the centre of Cornwall.At the end of the Hayle Bypass (A30) take the2nd exit off the roundabout, sign posted(A3074)to St Ives.Continue along the A3074 towards CarbisBay. On entering Carbis Bay, you will pass Longstone Cemetery which is on your left.As you near Treloyhan Manor Hotel you willpass Tesco's supermarket on your left. Shortlyafter this, again on your left, is the Cornish Arms public house.Take the next right hand turning into TreloyhanPark Road and then first left into the driveway of Treloyhan Manor Hotel. Car parks are located to the front and side of the building and the main entrance to the hotel is signposted.By Public Transport:The nearest bus station and railway station toTreloyhan Manor Hotel are in St. Ives which are less than a mile away. We do recommend that guests order a taxi from the station because of the long hill up to the hotel, otherwise call the hotel to book one for you. St. Ives train station itself is a branch-line railway station. The nearest mainline station is St.Erth, 4 miles away. Trains from London, Bristol, Birmingham, the North East and the North West all stop here. St.Erth is also served by bus to Penzance.