One of the best known and friendliest Guest Houses in the oldest part of St. Ives, offers a warm welcome in comfortable and homely surroundings. Built in 1776, during the reign of George III, it is a listed building situated only yards from the harbour, Porthmeor Surfing beach, Porthgwidden beach, car parks, restaurants and art galleries including the Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Museum.
The house is full of interest and character and retains its “Olde Worlde” charm with oak beamed ceilings and exposed granite walls hung with paintings, sketches and old photographs.
St. Ives is famous for its artists and art galleries, cobbled streets, four golden sandy beaches and its fishing harbour.
It provides the perfect base for touring the numerous attractions of West Cornwall e.g. Michaels Mount, Newlyn, The Minack Theatre and the many miles of cliff walks.
All rooms at “The Grey Mullet” have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities and guests have access to rooms at all times.
An excellent English or Vegetarian breakfast is served in the cellar dining room and there is a comfortable lounge with an open fire.
Upper rooms have superb views of the harbour and beaches and most rooms have en-suite facilities.
The house being centrally heated and open throughout the year is ideal for winter breaks.