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Set in its own peaceful grounds with ample free parking, the Old Vicarage is situated in a quiet residential area on the western edge of town. Close to the coast path and walking distance to the town centre and beaches. The Old Vicarage is also ideally placed for visiting Land’s End, the Minack Theatre, the Eden Project and the Isles of Scilly because, being located on the edge of town there is no need to negotiate very narrow streets of St. Ives town centre.
The Old Vicarage has recently undergone considerable refurbishment, as well as an entire new roof. All the bedrooms are tastefully decorated with every modern convenience, all are fully en-suite with showers and three also have a bath. We are also able to offer a king-size bed in one of our larger bedrooms. You are welcome to make use of our bar, residents lounge and relax in our own pleasant, peaceful gardens.
Well established as a family run Guest House for over 45 years you are assured of a warm welcome from Dianne, Martin and Jack and enjoy our delicious AA Award-winning breakfasts in our charming family Victorian home.
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The Old Vicarage is a mid-nineteenth century property presented in a Victorian style. The property is on two floors and in keeping with the original layout all of the bedrooms are on the upper floor. We do not have a lift, but the upper floor is accessed by a wide staircase with a secure handrail.
Easy route (and quicker in summer):
Leave the A30 for St. Ives, follow the brown signs for the Tate Gallery, turn left after the Leach Pottery into Parc-an-Creet, drive up the hill and we are on the left.
Scenic/Town route: Take the A30 west through Cornwall to the Lelant roundabout, just west of Hayle
Take the right-hand lane and second exit for St.Ives (A3074)
Drive straight ahead at the next two roundabouts
Driving into St. Ives, you will pass the Bus Station on your right. Continue around and down Tregenna Hill; at the bottom turn sharp left into Gabriel Street (B3306) signposted ‘Through Traffic’
Passing the Royal Cinema on the left, continue up the hill past two mini-roundabouts
Shortly after the second mini-roundabout turn right into Parc-an-Creet
Continue up Parc-an-Creet for approx. 200 yards, the entrance to the Old Vicarage is on the left and we have plenty of free parking.
Take a mainline train for Penzance which stops at St. Erth.
Change at St. Erth for St. Ives, this branchline is one of the most scenic in the UK.
At St. Ives station there are ample cheap taxis and buses to the hotel, but do call us if you have any difficulty.
Alternate route – go direct to Penzance, a taxi from there costs approx. £12.
National Express coaches come direct to St. Ives and arrive at the Malakoff bus station.
There are ample cheap taxis and buses available on arrival, but do call us if you have any difficulty.