Ridgecote Holiday Beach Chalet (C34) Riviere Towans Phillack, St Ives, Cornwall TR27 5AT
Ridgecote is a lovely traditional 1930s wooden chalet, it is situated on the Riviere Towans site, there are other chalets, bungalows around but it is tucked away in a lovely location just a few minutes walk from the beach that stretches for 3 miles all the way to Godrevey. There are three bedrooms a single double and twin, all the rooms are small. Ridgecote has a maximum capacity of 5 people. The living room has french doors opening onto the dunes and there is a grassy area to the front where you can put a blanket and a paved area to the rear with table chairs and bbq facilities. There are eletric heaters in all rooms , there is a washing machine but no dishwasher. Shower no bath. Please note electricity is on a £1 coin meter . Ridgecote is a perfect location for a family holiday, surfing, swimming and relaxing with large open spaces for children to run and play. The chalet park is forty acres and there is a pub and shop within walking distance.
No pets or smoking. Due to the current situation we are currently asking (if possible) you bring your own sheets duvet covers towels etc.
2022 Prices From £400 - £895
May from £450 pw
28thMay £750 pw
June from £550 pw
25th July £895pw
Sept from £450pw -£550pw
Oct from £400
Hayle is situated on the opposite side of St Ives Bay and is famed for its three miles of golden sand. The beaches start at the mouth of the estuary which is an international site for bird watching. Hayle itself has shops, restaurants and amenities. Hayle also has a marvellous industrial heritage with many places of interest. Hayle is also home to Paradise Park an award winning bird sanctuary/theme park for all the family.
Due to Covid 19 we suggest you have travel/holiday insurance.
Make sure that you and all members of your party are fit and well enough to travel. Please do not travel if you or any member of your party:
are experiencing any coronavirus symptoms:are self-isolating as a result of coronavirus symptoms or sharing a household with somebody with symptoms: are clinically extremely vulnerable and cannot shield during your journey: have been in contact with anyone who has the virus: have been advised by the NHS track and trace service that you should self-isolate: Make sure you pack: face coverings - these are now mandatory in many places, also carry hand sanitiser: at least 14 extra days worth of any medication or medical supplies: most accommodation providers will be removing non essential items such as books, games and dvds so you might want to bring your own entertainment!Make sure that all members of your party are from the same household. Unless you are in a 'bubble' you are not permitted to share accommodation with anyone who is not from your household and you maybe refused entry on arrival.