Treloyhan Manor Hotel, St. Ives

Treloyhan Manor stands in a magnificent position overlooking Carbis Bay, on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of St. Ives.

Built in the 19th century for the shipping magnate Sir Edward Hain, Treloyhan has accommodation for 100 guests and occupies a location which makes it ideal for families.

St. Ives itself, once a fishing village, has long been a haven for artists attracted by the clear light, the quaint narrow streets leading down to the sea, and the magnificent views.

Major road improvements now make St. Ives more easily accessible. Whether you prefer to travel by car, train, coach or simply fly, we can assist you with your transportation.

A History of Treloyhan Manor

You can download a PDF of the latest Treloyhan Manor Hotel leaflet below (364KB). You will need Adobe Reader to view this file.