Welcome to The Old Chapel
The holiday cottage is part of a converted Methodist Chapel in the peaceful village of Halsetown, on the outskirts of St Ives.
The beaches, shops, galleries and restaurants of St Ives are about a 30 minute walk or 5-10 minute drive away.
From April to October a bus service to the centre of St Ives leaves from nearby.
With four bedrooms and four bathrooms the house is ideal for two families sharing, several couples sharing or multigenerational family holidays.
There is an open plan living area on the ground floor, and two spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms on both the first and top floors.
Children and dogs can play in the sunny garden, and there is off road parking for up to 4 cars.
During the holiday season our guests are able to use the facilities at Polmanter Touring Park which is a few minutes walk away. These include the Stable Bar/Restaurant, children's play areas, and an outdoor swimming pool (available late May-mid September).
4 Bedrooms- Sleeps 8 plus 2 cots
4 Bath/Shower Rooms
Off Road Parking- up to 4 cars
The Old Chapel is well equipped with household essentials so on arrival you can settle in to your home from home and plan your holiday activities.
Some guests prefer to spend time in the local area and barely use their cars once here; you can sunbathe in the garden, use the Polmanter facilities or wander down through the fields and lanes to St Ives where the sandy beaches and clear blue waters await.
Why not walk some of the spectacular South West Coast Path, visit quaint fishing villages, or take in the views from hilltops and headlands.
The popular sights of far West Cornwall such as Land's End, Porthcurno, St Michael's Mount and Mousehole are within a 45 minute drive of The Old Chapel.
Further afield, it takes about 45 minutes to drive to Newquay, Falmouth and Truro, whilst the Eden Project and Padstow are about 1 hour's drive away.
What Guests Say
"Had a fabulous week at The Old Chapel, a gorgeous house in a great location, with great amenities a stones throw away. House was a perfect size for 8 adults, 2 babies and 2 dogs.
30 minute walk into St Ives and regular buses back only took 10-15 minutes.
Would definitely recommend and come back!"
Abigail S, 2022
"We enjoyed our stay at The Old Chapel and were thoroughly impressed with the property, the location and the features of the house-everything had been thought of.
We'd definitely visit again."
Things to See & Do - click photos for details
Visit the nearby beaches to paddle, surf, and investigate rock pools.
Enjoy the rides and learn some history at Flambards.
See the birds and animals at Paradise Park, then play in the Jungle Barn.
Walk the St Michael's Way to Marazion, or head down to St Ives and join the South West Coast Path.
Cycle or E-bike to Land's End along the scenic coast road passing Zennor on the way.
Play golf or try coasteering and jump off a cliff, there are options for everyone!
St Ives is home to the Tate St Ives, Barbara Hepworth Museum & Scuplture Garden, and the Leach Pottery as well as numerous smaller galleries.
The St Ives September Festival features a range of performances including music, theatre, poetry and historical tours of the town.
The area is rich in mining history, including the sites at Levant and Geevor