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Thurlestone Guest House
St Ives
Cornwall

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Thurlestone Guest House is a traditional large Cornish granite house (formerly a Wesleyan Chapel) built in 1840.
It has been tastefully refurbished in 2006 by the current owners - Gary and Mandy Cartwright.
The Guest House is situated in Carbis Bay, which is on the outskirts of the beautiful town of St Ives. (approx 1.5 miles)
St Ives town can be reached by footpaths (a stunning coastal path is situated opposite the Guest House) regular local bus service or scenic railway journey from Carbis Bay Station.
A five minute pretty woodland walk will take you to Carbis Bay beach.
All our rooms are en-suite shower.
We have beautiful sea views from 5 of our front rooms.
We promise to offer you a warm and friendly welcome.

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