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    Bedrooms 10
  • From £49 per room per night

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Welcome to The Queens Hotel, St Ives’s only gastropub – the home of excellent, great value pub food and 10 refurbished bedrooms.

Pristine beaches, the Tate, great places to eat and a multitude of galleries, great shopping, all nestled within a charming and spectacular setting, it’s no surprise that St Ives is one of the country’s most popular resorts.

The offer is straightforward: a perfect pint and a superb meal, cooked on the premises using local ingredients, fresh and seasonal, but at a reasonable price. Their motivation is two-fold: The Queens Hotel is a pub, not a restaurant – so they serve pub food at pub prices. And they’re in beautiful Cornwall – so the kitchen is inspired by the county’s outstanding quality and range of home-grown ingredients and products.

They pride themselves in keeping the best cask conditioned Cornish ales as well as a well kept and reasonably priced wine list. They want to welcome families – so there’s colouring activities to entertain little ones, small portion sizes on the menu plus baby-changing. The late Georgian listed building is located right in the heart of St Ives, minutes from the harbour front and beaches.

The ten bedrooms upstairs have been completely refurbished. Picture this: Newlyn School pictures hanging on the walls, vintage furniture, flat-screen TVs, white cotton bed linen and sparkling, new en-suite bathrooms with showers. Free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer are also supplied and a delicious, cooked, Cornish breakfast is included in the price. Daily housekeeping and round-the-clock care are on hand.

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  • AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £49 per room per night

The standard double bedrooms upstairs have been completely refurbished. Picture this: Newlyn School pictures hanging on the walls, vintage furniture, flat-screen TVs, white cotton bed linen and sparkling, new en-suite bathrooms with showers. Free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer are also supplied and a delicious, cooked, Cornish breakfast is included in the price. Daily housekeeping and round-the-clock care are on hand. 

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Superior Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £59 per room per night

If you're after a little more luxury the superior double bedrooms are perfect. Located upstairs these rooms have been completely refurbished. Picture this: Newlyn School pictures hanging on the walls, vintage furniture, flat-screen TVs, white cotton bed linen and sparkling, new en-suite bathrooms with showers. Free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer are also supplied and a delicious, cooked, Cornish breakfast is included in the price. Daily housekeeping and round-the-clock care are on hand.

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