St Ives Cornwall TR26 1EJ 01736 795 855
Stay under canvas and listen to the waves beating the rugged shores below your hilltop perch. Ayr Holiday Park is the only campsite right in St Ives and as well as stunning views and high-quality facilities it’s also an unbelievably easy trot from the town’s top attractions. Spacious, double glazed and centrally heated static caravans are available if you don’t trust the Cornish weather enough to pitch up with your tent.
Fab campsite for staying in St Ives, the views are just amazing. Quite a trek back up the hill to the site (hard work with a buggy/beach stuff/toddlers) but in high season there is a campsite minibus. Toilets are pristine, and even have piped music ! The site does get busy and is expensive but well worth a visit - just go off season if you can!
Having camped in Cornwall a fair bit in the last few years, this is my favourite site for 'beach and town' break; as in, you can walk into St Ives of an evening (for bars, restaurants, things going on), as well as having the beach right there too. And the view across St Ives and the sea from the campsite is truly awesome! Worth the slightly premium price...
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- Dogs Welcome
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