So last week my sister, my mum and I decided to take ourselves off there for a good old fashioned girls day out. Luckily it was one of the only days where we had no rain so managed to get some good shots of the town and thought I'd share with you all what the 'other St Ives'' looks like.
It may not have the stunning seaside views of it's Cornish sister but it does have the Great River Ouse running through it and a very beautiful old bridge that crosses it.
When you get to the other side of the bridge you are greeted by the view of this beautiful old building which houses the quaintest english tea room with views onto the river.Once in to the main part of the town you will find little narrow streets like this.
Where you can find some unique boutiques that sell cute little frocks like these, very CK but without the price tag!
Or an old english pub to quench your thirst.
Lots of painted narrowboats travel up and down the river providing lovely eye candy whilst you sit with your afternoon cream tea.
And the other great thing about our St Ives is they have 9, yes 9, different Charity Shops. What more can I say! xx