Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Toms Self Catering Holidays, Hayle, St Ives, Cornwall (Sleeps 1-6)


Toms Holidays is the only place to go for your Cornish holiday. Whatever your self-catering requirements, Toms Holidays can accommodate you in self-catering beach accommodation, holiday chalets & bungalows available to book from April - October and over the Christmas period.

Hayle stands on the opposite side of St Ives Bay, famous for its three miles of golden sandy beaches. This location is probably one of the best for all types of holidays in Cornwall, set amongst 40 acres of seafront dunes overlooking the golden sands and breaking surf at Riviere Towans. The resort has many large open spaces with ready access to the sand dunes and there are safe play areas for the young or young at heart to get involved in.

The Cornish coastline stretches for over 300 miles with its picturesque coves, beautiful sandy beaches and outrageous surf, famous the world over. Many of the coastal paths are owned by the National Trust, which means their natural beauty is left unspoiled, just waiting for you to get your walking boots on and explore. No other county in Britain can rival Cornwall's beaches, famous for their beauty, variety, surf and sand.

Beach towns such as Perranporth, Polzeath and Newquay are also famous for their surfing breaks. There are many tiny coves dotted around the coastline like Coverack and Porthcurno, home of the Minack Theatre. You will also be within a short drive of many exciting tourist attractions and interesting places to visit including The Eden Project, Newquay Zoo, The Flambards Experience, Lands End and The National Seal Sanctuary.

For more information please visit our website:

https://www.theholidaycottages.co.uk/Cornwall/9857

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