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Sunday, 24 August 2014

The Little Snug, St. Ives // Review

A couple of people have asked a little bit more about where we stayed in St. Ives and our thoughts, so I thought I would put together a little review. When we booked our honeymoon I wrote a post including images from online (see that post HERE), so you can have a nosey at that and compare it to our original thoughts and my own snaps...

We decided to opt for a little cottage, we wanted somewhere to feel like a home to make sure Darcie was nice and settled and to be honest thats exactly what we got. The cottage felt like my dream home. The decor was completely to my taste, it was very light and airy, which they did very well to achieve given its down a very little road (literally right by the sea I may add!!) and a terraced cottage. 

The Little Snug St. Ives

One of my favourite rooms was the kitchen, again so light and I love the style. In particular the use of a touch of blue through the accessories. 

The kitchen was well equipped. Had everything we could possibly need, from straws and plastic cutlery to cake tins! We really should of made more use of the kitchen, we only ate and home twice during our stay!

The living room is equally as lovely, and keeps with the cottage's name and is nice and snug! I can imagine that this cottage is lovely to stay in during the winter, I would of loved to have tested out the SMEG fire! Also, LOVED the shutters, which where throughout the house.

The house, as you can imagine, had an unusual layout including lots of stairs. Darcie, who at home still has stair gates, only had one accident on the first day, she soon mastered them after her little bump. I would worry if she had been any younger and perhaps stair gates could be provided for future guests. 

Our room was gorgeous, plain white walls again with duck egg blue... oh so beautiful! There was plenty of room for clothes, lots of storage and a TV too which was useful when having lazy mornings as a family. 

Darcie's room was quite small, but they worked really well with the space they had. Darcie slept oh so very soundly in the bottom bunk, which was such a relief as that was something I was really worried about! 

Overall, we were sooo happy with our stay at the Little Snug and we hope to have future stays here. I also just wanted to thank the owners for there kind wedding card and Prosecco, such a lovely touch!

If you would like to find out more about the Little Snug click HERE or follow them on Facebook HERE

Mummy B xoxox

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