“An interior of stylish creams and pastels reflects the tranquillity of the spectacular panoramic views from this small, recently refurbished hotel and lends it a casual sophistication. Owners Jonathan and Marianne Bassett have created a Cornish seaside feel with white shutters, wooden floors and wicker chairs whilst also managing to inject more than just a hint of the Mediterranean. Wander down to Carbis Bay below; take the three minute train from around the corner into town; relax with a glass of wine on the terrace and glimpse the lighthouse that inspired Virginia Woolf.”
Written by Anna Hextall
“The Boskerris is a contemporary, boutique hotel with a relaxed Mediterranean style. The hotel has fifteen elegant and stylish bedrooms, most with outstanding panoramic ocean views.
The hotel is nestled in the Cornish coastline, on the edge of St Ives. Discreetly set in one and a half acres in a unique position, with the decked terrace being the perfect vantage point to admire the views across St Ives Bay from Godrevy Lighthouse to St Ives harbour.
Just below us is stunning Carbis Bay beach, perfect to unwind on. Pick up the coastal path for a beautiful walk into St Ives or take the three minute trip into town on the train.
Built in 1931 as a hotel, the Boskerris has always been privately run and has been totally transformed over the last seven years to blend contemporary cool with coastal comfort.
A perfect backdrop for a special occasion or simply for those seeking a relaxing home away from home.”