Bayford, Riviere Towans

3 bedrooms
1 bathroom
5 guests
 

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Key Features


 
With a large secure timber deck which gets the sun for most of the day and from which you can see the sea and stunning sunsets over St. Ives, Bayford is a home from home full of history which offers comfortable accommodation for up to five guests.

Bayford was rebuilt in the seventies on the same spot that the original horse drawn wagon was "parked" in the twenties or thirties. The original iron wheels are still half buried beneath the floor. It has always been owned by families local to the area, and many of these people still visit the holiday site regularly; such is the connection that people feel with the place.

Whether you’re a beach lover, or here to explore the sights of West Cornwall, Bayford is a holiday home from home in a great location. Just a short walk from the sea and coastal path, and a short drive to sights such as St. Ives and Penzance, Bayford is a holiday bolthole you’ll want to return to year after year…

Living Space - Open plan kitchen/diner/lounge with large comfy sofa and fold out dining table. The kitchen is like home from home with everything you would normally need including washing machine. There are three electric heaters if it does get cold.
Bedroom 1 - Cosy double bed, wardrobe and storage shelf.
Bedroom 2 - Double bed and useful large storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3 - Single room with comfy full size single bed and chest of drawers.
Shower room - With a good size shower cubicle with electric shower, wash basin and WC.
Outside - To the seaward side of the chalet is a fifteen square metre deck with balustrade and lockable gate. The deck has sea views and gets the sun for most of the day and into the evening. There is a full size pub style picnic bench and deckchairs stored in the chalet. Direct access from the living space to the deck via large glazed door.

There is parking to the side of the chalet and a washing line to the rear all of which on generally level ground.

A message from the Owner
Laura and Matt would like to welcome you to Bayford and hope that you love staying at Riviere Towans and visiting Cornwall.

A message from Toms
Come and find us in our on-site office open 9am-5pm Monday - Saturday and 9am-1pm on Sundays, from maintenance to housekeeping, travel tips and directions, we’re here to help! There is a 24 hour ‘out of hours’ contact number for us too.

The Location
The holiday park is one of the oldest in the country, with the first chalets constructed in the early 1920s. Now a beautiful site with a vast range of unique, quirky and privately owned accommodation, including beach chalets, bungalows and lodges. Many have stunning sea views and all are within a few minutes walk of the beach.

On the doorstep
Walk the coastal path at low tide all the way along the beach from Hayle river mouth to the Cliff tops of Godrevy and the surf break at Gwithian where you’ll find great food and drinks from cocktails to coffees, ice creams and fresh seafood at the local cafes and restaurants.

For those seeking surf, beginners to experienced surfers and bodyboarders can enjoy doorstep breaks at Hayle Rivermouth and Mexico Towans, both within walking distance of the park. Paddle boarding and kayaking on the Estuary, as well as kitesurfing and windsurfing are popular all year round.

Hayle is home to the RSPB Hayle Estuary Reserve, Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary, Hayle Lido, ice cream parlours, gift shops, great food (including Cornwall’s best Pasties from Philps), pubs and supermarkets.
Further Afield

Take the coastal train from Lelant to St. Ives, and visit The Tate & Barbara Hepworth museums. Visit Newlyn Harbour and Fish market for the best in Cornish Fish. Wander around the historical market town of Penzance, taking in the Harbour and Egyptian House or take a day trip to Lands End and coastal walk to Sennen Cove.

Find your way to Knill's Monument and Steeple Woodland Nature reserve, a 40 acre public open space which overlooks St Ives Bay before making your way down to Carbis Bay for fabulous food, drinks and its sheltered beach.

Cornwall has always been a favourite of artists, writers and film producers and its rugged coasts and beautiful coves have featured in numerous films and TV series most recently, the popular Poldark series. Whether it is a relaxing break or a more action packed holiday you are seeking, Toms Holidays at Riviere Towans is the ideal destination.

Winter stays at Riviere Towans
Riviere Towans is a great choice for your winter break, but it’s also the period that our owners tend to build and renovate, and when essential land maintenance and roadworks are done. Disruptions and sound may affect neighbouring properties, so please get in touch with us before booking if you are concerned.

The winter season runs from the 1st November until the 1st April OR a week before Good Friday, whichever is earlier.

All the properties we manage are self-contained and self-catering. All the kitchen equipment you will require for your stay is provided in the property. All properties include a microwave, TV, iron and heating to name but a few of the basics. A large number also include washing machines but do check the property particulars above.
 
On Saturday, 26 Aug 2023
Lovely little chalet. Has everything we needed. Love the fact that linen and towels are included .
On Monday, 18 Jul 2022
Stayed from 25th June for 7 nights. 3 adults. The chalet was immaculate and little welcome touches such as a fresh bunch of flowers, a pint of milk in the fridge, along with tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits. Beds were freshly made. Rooms were of a nice size and the sofa in the living room was so comfortable. We walked around the very clean park and loved how all the chalets were different in their own quirky way. F40 Bayford is situated on flat level ground and has a lovely veranda where you can sit and relax. If you stood to the edge of the chalet you could even see the beautiful ocean. Only a quick walk along the dunes to get the the golden beach, where I happily sat and watched the sun setting. This was the first time staying on the site after many years of staying at another site, very close by. I wish I had found Tom's Holidays sooner! It is certainly worth the journey from Thirsk, North Yorkshire to my next favourite place of Cornwall. I will be booking to stay here again for next summer.
On Monday, 09 Nov 2020
All was really good thank you.
On Sunday, 06 Sep 2020
the chalet was immaculate and as usual the site was well maintained and clean and tidy
On Sunday, 28 Apr 2019
The standard of the accommodation is very good and I cannot see anything that needed improvement
 
 
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