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This summer I walked the entire South West Coast Path to raise money for FORCE and Over and Above, two South West charities that support cancer patients and their families. Keith and Sandi at The Regent very kindly agreed to be one of my Accommodation...More
After staying the previous night at Tregenna castle resort we called into the Derwent on the off chance and we're delighted to be offered a room. On checking in Keith informed us there was availability for 4 night if required which we quickly accepted. We...More
well after a very long drive down on our first visit to this hotel we were not disappointed,
we were shown to our room which had the most stunning view of the harbour complete with julliett balcony , very spacious and very large beds, all...More
Just returned from our third visit to this little gem of a hotel
The reason we keep returning.
First the stunning views over the harbour is what makes this hotel better than any other in St Ives.We have stayed in three different rooms now and...More
We had booked a night in st ives with another hotel and after only being there an hour we wanted to stay another night. As we walked down towards the main sea front we came across the regent, saw they had vacancies and once we...More
Thank Scott S
Response from Keith V, Owner at The RegentResponded 4 August 2016
We are delighted we contributed to your "spur of the moment" break.
Thank you for your enquiry, the Regent is as Gordon states is an old building built on a jagged outcrop of Blue Elvan rock. We have many levels and no lift. You could try the Garrack Hotel they have rooms that are accessible... More
Thank you for your enquiry, the Regent is as Gordon states is an old building built on a jagged outcrop of Blue Elvan rock. We have many levels and no lift. You could try the Garrack Hotel they have rooms that are accessible as does the Chy-an-Albany.