Three traditional 1960's wooden chalets nestling in the Gwithian dunes. The dunes overlook three miles of sandy beach which form part of St Ives Bay and run from Godrevy Lighthouse in the East, made famous by Virginia Woolfe's novel "To the Lighthouse", all the way to the wild birdlife haven of Hayle estuary in the West.
Each chalet has two bedrooms, a bathroom/WC and open plan kitchen and living area. The chalet sleeps 6 comfortably. Equipped with most modern coveniences the chalets provide the perfect base from which to explore Cornwall. Each chalet has its own unique style. These can be seen in the gallery. A full description of each chalet can be found on the booking page. Larger parties might like to book more than one of our chalets simultaneously
A fifteen minute walk through the dunes brings you to Gwithian beach, one of West Cornwall's best surfing beaches. With lifeguards and surf school it's a great place to brave the sea for accomplished surfers and beginners alike. The large wide beaches and rockpools make it a safe place for children and the more adventurous might like to jump in the "sheep dip", a naturally occurring deep rock pool. The dunes offer hundreds of secluded pockets of sheltered sand where you can while away the hours without ever seeing another soul.
Over the years Three Shades of Blue chalets have featured in the Sunday Time Travel magazine and the Guardian Travel section.
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