Public conveniences and baby change in St Ives!

Ok well I am told that all this is going to change but for now! There are toilets at the large car park by the Leisure Centre I would recommend using them before you come down into town.

THE BEST and cleanest toilets and with reasonable baby changing are behind the Sloop Inn just off the harbour front. (Pop into the Sloop Craft Market while you are there :))

The toilets on the harbour front next to the Lifeboat House are usually pretty smelly but convenient (excuse the pun). They do have a disabled toilet.

There are small toilets between Nat West Bank and the flower shop just at the bottom of Tregenna Hill. Handy if you are that end of town as that is pretty much the only option apart from the Library. The library is closed on Sundays and Wednesdays.

There are reasonably ok toilets at the end of Smeatons Pier, toilets just off Porthgwidden Beach and off Porthmeor Beach. Porthmeor and Porthgwidden are ok for baby changing.

The toilets off Porthminster beach are all in separate cubicles and get really smelly and messy. I can’t really suggest an alternative when you are that side of town and they are also the nearest to the station.

The Tate has nice clean toilets and baby changing. You can access the Tate Cafe, Bookshop and toilets without paying to go into the exhibition. Also a disabled toilet.

Well I think that is it……………

Happy Holidays!

 

 

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