St Ives Backpackers
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a Wesleyan Chapel, this shabby backpackers is pretty grungy, with cramped dorms, battered beds and threadbare carpets, but it's handy for town.
Our independent authors have visited St Ives Backpackers and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in St Ives.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle parking
- Board games
- Common room
- Games room
- Pool table
- Free Wi-Fi
- Linen included
- Outdoor terrace
Description provided by property
Centrally located, this character filled, friendly hostel is the perfect place to stay whilst enjoying all that beautiful St Ives has to offer. We have dorms and private rooms available, large communal area & chill out room and an open courtyard for catching rays on lazy summer days and scrumptious BBQ's at night. St Ives is famous for its artistic community and laid back lifestyle and is an ideal base to explore the many attractions in the area. Maybe a trip to the Tate Gallery or the local artisans, surf the un-crowded beaches, walk the coast path, take a scenic boat ride, the list is endless. At night St Ives has a thriving night scene with many pubs and bars playing host to local musical talent, and restaurants serving mouth watering food prepared by some of the country's top chefs or maybe just take a leisurely walk by the harbour. There is something for everyone here and St Ives Backpackers is the perfect place to start
Come as a guest...leave as a friend!
PLEASE NOTE we have an age restriction of 16 and over. Our Turner Room is an internal double with an interior window.
If your arrival time is after 22:00 you have to contact us by email or phone.
If you don't show up before 22:00 and you didn't contact us, unfortunately we are not responsable for your reservation and we will charge you for the first night.
Opening times 10am - 1pm and 5pm - 10pm daily.
NO STAG/HEN PARTIES!!
Interesting places nearby
New Millennium Gallery
Wills Lane Gallery
Barbara Hepworth Museum
Barbara Hepworth was one of the leading abstract sculptors of the 20th century, and a key figure in the St Ives art scene, so it's...
Shows new films and often has cheap matinees.
Generously-stuffed pasties, with a controversial top crimp and flakier texture.