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Ken Weston

Tel: 01736 796635

Cornwall Registered Accommodation
  • Excellent English or Vegetarian breakfast
  • Colour TV in all bedrooms
  • Comfortable en-suite rooms
  • Four poster beds
  • Two minutes from Tate Gallery
  • Situated 20 yards from the harbour
  • "Olde Worlde" cellar dining room
  • Separate cottage apartment available
  • Situated 50 yards from car park
  • Access to rooms at all times
  • Open all year
  • All major credit cards accepted


No Smoking


One of the best known and friendliest Guest Houses in the oldest part of St. Ives, offers a warm welcome in comfortable and homely surroundings.

Built in 1776, during the reign of George III, it is a listed building situated only yards from the harbour, Porthmeor Surfing beach, Porthgwidden beach, car parks, restaurants and art galleries including the Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Museum.

STAIRS The house is full of interest and character and retains its "Olde Worlde" charm with oak beamed ceilings and exposed granite walls hung with paintings, sketches and old photographs.

St. Ives is famous for its artists and art galleries, cobbled streets, four golden sandy beaches and its fishing harbour.

It provides the perfect base for touring the numerous attractions of West Cornwall e.g. St. Michaels Mount, Newlyn, The Minack Theatre and the many miles of cliff walks.

All rooms at "THE
REY MULLET" have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities and guests have access to rooms at all times.
An excellent English or Vegetarian breakfast is served in the cellar dining room and there is a comfortable lounge with an open fire.

Upper rooms have superb views of the harbour and beaches and most rooms have en-suite facilities.

The house being centrally heated and open throughout the year is ideal for winter breaks.
No Smoking



All prices quoted are for bed & breakfast per person, per night (based up on 2 people sharing Double/Twin room where applicable). Prices do not apply to Easter or New Year.

Double Rooms with en-suite bathroom & 4 poster bed 40.00
Twin Room with en-suite overlooking the Harbour 40.00
Double Room with en-suite 35.00
Double Room with en-suite overlooking the Harbour 40.00
Single Room with en-suite 35.00
Cottage apartment 45.00
What they say about us . . .
Daily Telegraph . . . "among the best"
Daily Mirror . . . "an 18th century oak beamed house - 20 yards from the harbour"
B.B.C. Holidays . . . "If I didn't stay at my mum's I'd stay here. Every inch of wall is decorated with photos, drawings and paintings"
In Britain . . . "flowers cascade down the walls of the cobbled street, ruby carpeted stairs, oak beams hung with china"
Homes & Gardens . . . "18th century fisherman's house, hung with sketches, posters and old photographs"
The Lonely Planet . . . "an excellent guest house in the old part of town, close to the harbour"
The Rough Guide . . . "bedecked with flowers and prints, this 18th century house is said to be the oldest in town"


Booking Conditions
1. A non-returnable deposit is required at the time of booking as follows:

Where the booking is for one night - the full amount. Where the booking is for more than one night - the equivalent cost of two nights accommodation. Where the booking is for more than a week - 50% of the total coast of the stay.
2. When you book your holiday with us you are entering into a legally binding contract. If you cancel or curtail your booking, every effort will be made to re-let the accommodation reserved for you. We are entitled to make a charge if we are unable to re-let your accommodation which could be up to the total value of your holiday. We strongly recommend you to take out holiday insurance.
3.  Access to rooms is from 2.30 pm on the date of arrival and rooms are to be vacated by 10.00 am on the date of departure.
Please make cheques payable to: The Grey Mullet.

When enquiring about availability, please give details of the number in your party and the dates you require.

Please note that we are unable to accommodate children under 15 years of age

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