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Local Beaches

& Activities

Cornwall’s beaches are renowned for their crystal blue waters and powdery golden sands and Treloyhan sits in an enviable location to be within walking distance of two stunning beaches – Porthminster and Carbis Bay.

For the more adventurous looking for local Surf, Pothmeor Beach is St. Ives’ most dramatic beach facing the Atlantic Ocean and flanked by rugged headlands, offering year round surf, or you can head to the vast golden sands of Gwithian with its pristine waters and rock pools, just a 15 minute drive away and perfect for surfers and families alike.

 

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Local Dining

The Cornish Coast is synonymous with fresh seafood and fine eateries, just some of the fantastic local restaurants include, The Ugly Butterfly by Adam Handling, which is located just a stone’s throw from Treloyhan and features in the Michelin Guide – perfect for a special occasion. Or why not head to No. 27 The Terrace Restaurant, which is nestled just above Porthminster Beach and overlooks the beautiful waters of St. Ives Bay.

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Arts &

Culture

St. Ives has long been known as an artistic haven and is famed for its special quality of light that has continued to draw painters to the area since the beginning of the nineteenth century. There is an abundance of galleries local to Treloyhan and of course the Barbara Hepworth museum, where Barbara’s iconic sculptures can be seen.