St. Ives, Cornwall. Downlong Cottage B & B, across the road from Grace's Cottage :)

Downlong Cottage B B, across the road from Grace's Cottage :) - we loved the little side streets. We were staying in Penzance at the Bella Vista Hotel

St Ives in Cornwall - Low tide harbour view

St Ives in Cornwall - Low tide harbour view ~ First time I have seen the harbour from this view point, great perspective!

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Cracking Cornwall: St Ives is a weekend wonder

Boscawen Un (or The Merry Maidens). Near St. Buryan, Cornwall, England. Circa 3000 B.C.

Boscawen Un (or The Merry Maidens) Cornwall, England. Circa 3000 B.

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Wetroom - floor to ceiling tiled. Would add in a glass shower screen to minimise spray around the room

Kynance Cove - Cornwall UK One of my favourite beaches of all time.  Visited here so often as a child. It's magical.

Kynance Cove - Cornwall UK One of my favourite beaches of all time. Visited here so often as a child. It's magical. (comment from previous pinner, but I liked it and left it ~slj~

Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe Photographic Print by Roy Rainford at Art.co.uk

Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe Photographic Print by Roy Rainford at Art.co.uk

<b>The United Kingdom is known for being overcast, wet, and rainy.</b> And it is! But it can also be a beautiful and diverse place as well.

16 Places You'll Hardly Believe Are In The United Kingdom

Porthmeor Beach in St Ives Cornwall 16 Places You'll Hardly Believe Are In The United Kingdom

Mousehole, Cornwall, England, a beautiful little seaside place, nice memories of family holidays as a kid.

AERIAL VIEW Mousehole, Cornwall: 'Mousehole (pronounced "mowzel") is named after a small cave of that name. It is famous for its narrow granite streets and tiny harbour, the landing place for the Knights of St John on their return from the Holy Land.

This door is probably the most photographed in St Ives, and even has its own Flickr group. The 200 year old door belongs to St Ives Bakery and has been listed by its owners, who were at one time made an offer to put it in the Tate gallery, but as the owner said where would I get another 200 year old door.

A door in St Ives, Cornwall,UK. The 200 year old door belongs to St Ives Bakery and has been listed by its owners, who were at one time made an offer to put it in the Tate gallery, but as the owner said where would I get another 200 year old

Harbour View, St Ives

Mike Bernard’s collages are visually arresting with their strong character and intensity of colour, each depicting particular locations from the UK and abroad.

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