The Cornish cultural capital, St. Ives is the two time winner of the 'Best UK Seaside Town' and the award winning beaches at Porthminster and Porthmeor can boast some of the cleanest bathing waters in Western Europe. Known for the unique light which makes it a haven for artists; it has a thriving art scene, regular craft fairs, farmers markets, a microbrewery, access to a couple of challenging walks along the South West coastal path and a mass of excellent restaurants, cafe's and bars. There is something for everyone.
A PLACE BY THE SEA.
Just a stones throw away from the beach, Jessie's Place is the perfect escape for those wanting to enjoy the very best of seaside living. If you are looking for golden beaches, coastal bars or the freshest seafood that Britain has to offer, Jessie's Place is just minutes from it all.
Steeped in artistic tradition and home to the Tate St. Ives, this West Cornish town has been attracting some of the best artists Britain has to offer since 19th century. A haven for giants of British Modernism such as Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson, St. Ives has secured its spot as one of the cultural capitals of the UK.