St Ives art is globally famous, but before the rise of the creative scene in St Ives, the town had a long and successful history as a fishing port.

One of the many things that both visitors and locals love about Cornwall is our abundant and unrivalled variety of seafood. From scallops to seabass, mussels to mullet, all fresh from the boat, we just can’t get enough, and Head Chef at Una St Ives, Glenn Gatland loves working with the fruits of the Atlantic Ocean.

Una Kitchen

Una Kitchen has added to its awards haul with a Gold in the 2022 Taste of the West Retail & Hospitality Awards! We are obviously delighted to have achieved this accolade and Glenn and the team full deserve the praise showered on them by the judges. What a great start to 2022!

Cornwall Tourism Awards Una spa

We are celebrating here at Una after being awarded Silver in the Spa and Wellbeing Experience of the Year category in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2021/22. The competition, which is now in its 20th year, saw an increased 125 entries. Winners were announced on 3 February, with the organisers congratulating the resilience of this year’s…

St Ives Cornwall

Why is that the quaint, historic fishing village of St Ives, located almost as far southwest as you can travel on land in Cornwall, is so famous for its art and artist’s community? How did one of the country’s most famous art galleries come to be sited a literal stone’s throw from pretty Porthmeor beach, and what is it that, for centuries, has drawn artists all the way down here to inspire them to create some of their finest works?