- Hoseasons St Ives Holiday Village is set in 100 acres of lush woodland St Ives offers the space and seclusion for your perfect Cornish holiday. There’s a choice of accommodation to suit everybody’s needs. The village offers great value family holidays packed with fun things to do day and night. This is an ideal touring centre for exploring Cornwall at its best. Nearby are magnificent beaches secluded coves picturesque towns and sub tropical gardens. The world famous Eden Project is 42 miles away or visit some of Cornwall’s other exciting attractions, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Once the day is over the Rafters Club is the place to be. Foxy leads off every evening with children’s entertainment and there are games cash bingo super shows and family entertainment. A choice of two bedroom chalets bungalows and three bedroom lodges in a woodland setting.TV Kitchen including microwave Bath and/or shower Bed linen and duvets (except Budget and Bronze accommodation) Electricity included Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (except Silver Chalet 4 Silver Bungalow 4 Gold Lodge 6 and Platinum Lodge 2) Babies must be included in party total Cots and highchairs available for hire (Cots in lounge only) Group bookings may be subject to restrictions Pets £40pw each (max 3) (in specific accommodation only) All non smoking accommodation Please note: Bed linen is not included in Budget and Bronze accommodation.
- St Ives Bay has two main areas. The town beaches on the St Ives side of the estuary and then the long beach on the Hayle side of the estuary. The Hayle side has 3 miles of sandy beach backed by sand dunes (“Towans”) and cliffs. The beach stretches from St Ives estuary up to Godrevy beach, just off the point you will see the Godrevy lighthouse built in 1859. This whole bay provides a wide range of activities including relaxing on a quite stretch, rock pools, canoeing, fishing, surfing and kitesurfing. As the beach area is so large plenty of room for everyone. When you have finished on the beach move up to St Ives town and browse around the Tate gallery. This is really an ideal spot to base a Cornish seaside holiday!
- Longships lighthouse is situated on on Carn Bras, the highest islet in the Longships group, at the tip of Cornwall and guides vessels through the extreme storms around the cliffs of Lands End. The original tower was built in 1795 but very high seas obscured its light and the present granite tower was built between 1869 and1873 to replace it.
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