Middle Deck – St Ives
Welcome to Middle Deck
Middle Deck is a traditional first floor flat in a converted fisherman’s cottage. The house is a grade II listed building in the St Ives conservation area. The flat retains much of its original charm with exposed beams and wooden floors, and benefits from full gas central heating.

Set in the popular Downalong area just yards from the harbour and a short walk from the Harbour, Porthgwidden and Porthmeor beaches. Shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants are within easy walking distance.

Prices and Availability

Accommodation Details
The flat sleeps 4 and comprises a kitchen/diner, lounge, large double bedroom, twin bedroom, bathroom, and shower room.

Electricity, gas and heating are all included in the tariff. Families with young children love the flat due to its close proximity to the harbour and beaches.The Entrance is via stone steps up to a porch, leading to a stable door.

The Kitchen / Diner contains a dining table with four chairs, gas oven and hob, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, radio, and a good range of floor and wall cupboards.

The Inner Hallway leads to all rooms, It includes a cupboard containing children’s beach toys.

The Lounge has two easy chairs, a three-seater settee, digital TV, DVD player, feature corner fireplace, and two windows one with sea glimpses.

Bedroom 1 is a large room with double bed, wash basin, two large built in cupboards with hanging and storage space, a desk, two windows, and chairs.

Bedroom 2 has two single beds, two bedside lamps, a full length mirror, and shelf space.

The Bathroom is fully tiled with bath, WC, and basin, mirror.

A Separate Shower Room comprises a small changing area and a shower cubicle with electric shower and extractor fan.

Additional Information
With a beautiful harbour, narrow streets, and endless photo opportunities, the seaside town of St Ives is one of the true treasures in Cornwall. Situated on the northern coastline, directly north of Penzance, St Ives has a thriving arts scene and artists have been coming here to paint the beautiful landscape, the sea, and fascinating streets for more than 200 years.

St Ives harbour is particularly tourist friendly and features many waterfront attractions and eateries. During the summer, St Ives becomes especially busy as tourists arrive to soak up the sunshine and enjoy the town’s beaches. Tourism is a vital part of the town’s economy, so do make time to visit the St Ives Tourist Information Centre at the Guildhall, where staff offer advice to make sure that you enjoy your stay.

If travelling by car, St Ives is just a few miles off the main A30. St Ives can also be reached by train by changing at St Erth. St Ives station is situated near the town centre. The branch line to St Ives has been described has having some of the most beautiful views in the country.

HD Video of Porthmeor Beach

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