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ACCOMODATION AND CAMPING IS NOW OPEN. OUR POOL WILL OPEN ON 25TH OF JULY. BARS ARE OPEN AS PER GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES. THERE IS NO BINGO OR LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. THE BAY BISTRO WILL SERVE FOOD IN DISPOSABLE CONTAINERS ONLY. FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED HERE AS THINGS CHANGE. All holidays and all monies paid (except cancellation cover) are transferable to other dates this season or in 2021. For cancellations please refer to booking conditions. If you wish to contact us regarding your booking please email enquiries@stivesbay.co.uk. Please quote your booking reference. We urge everyone to help by maintaining the 2m space where possible. BALANCE DUE DATES FOR HOLIDAYS BOOKED ARE : for 1st - 14th August due by 8th July, for 15th - 28th August due by 8th July, for 29th August to 18th Sept due by 15th July. We look forward to welcoming everyone again. We urge everyone to help by maintaining the 2m space where possible. Best wishes from all at St Ives bay 24th June 2020.


Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard and has shops, inns, cafes and restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. There is a golf course close to Mullion. This area has plenty of holiday accommodation, ranging from self-catering to hotels.

In the centre of the village, the mainly 13th century church of St Mellanus is renowned for its richly-carved oak bench-ends depicting biblical scenes, including that of Jonah and the Whale. In the main 13th century door is a dog door, a similar idea to the cat flap in modern doors. Such doors are often found in churches and were intended to allow sheep dogs to pass freely in and out The roof is of the Cornish barrel type and the original timbers were supposed to have come from the Goonhilly Forest covered Goonhilly Downs which in mediaeval times. There are no nails in the oak timbers, which are wood-pegged. The 13th century octagonal font has and a serpentine motif on one of its sides. The studs in the North door are wooden rather than iron. It is made of oak and is thought to date from the 11th century.

The dramatic Mullion Cove is a must. It is owned by the National Trust and has a pretty working harbour, protected from the winter gales by stout sea walls. The harbour was completed in 1895, when pilchard fishing was the main local industry and is still used by local fisherman. The old pilchard cellar and net store can still be seen. Another unofficial local industry was smuggling.The cove had a lifeboat station from 1867 until 1909, as there were frequent wrecks under Mullion cliffs along a stretch of dangerous coastline. Inland there are the remains of Wheal Unity copper mine, which operated for about 200 years from the early 18th century.


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Babies of 18 months or under (max 2) do not count as a person. Where there is only one adult you can add an extra child. These offers are available mainly outside of the school holidays and are always availabale through our accommodation search.


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