Cottage dans Lelant, Saint- Ives, Cornouailles, Angleterre - un accès facile à St Ives en voiture ou en bus, installations sur place, Bar, Pavillon, Salle de jeux, Parking
Particulier / consommateur
- anglais, français, allemand, espagnol, italien
Salle(s) de bain
Dispositifs de sécurité
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Équipements de loisirs
Piscine / Spa
Soirées/évènements non autorisés
Smoking is not allowed inside the cottage
up to 2 well behaved dogs are allowed
Adaptée aux enfants
Âge minimum du vacancier principal:21
Occupants maximums:4 (peut accueillir jusqu’à 4 adultes)
Les réservations annulées ne seront pas remboursées.
As soon as we opened the door we were hit with a smell of musty dampness. We opened all the windows but it never went away. Sitting on the sofas was like sitting on a piece of wood, one cushion was ripped and stuffing coming out. The mattress was a thin plastic covered one. After two nights of seven we packed up the car and went to check out in disgust .the site receptionist was very understanding and offered us a replacement chalet which was 100% better and saved our holiday. The second star is for the holiday camp.
Small cottage feel on large John fowler site
A perfect choice for a small family to enjoy a week in cornwall. The cottage has everything you need but it would feel small for 4 adults. Kitchen is well equipped as you would hope.
There is no damp problem and I stayed in wet conditions.
Only negatives are that wifi is not existent in the cottage. You can go to the club house to access there wifi but I had little success in getting anything to work. Also note 3G is minimal in the area on most networks.. lastly the mattresses are all rubber coated which some people will find difficult to sleep on.
But overall a nice place in pretty woodland surroundings with good road connections for seeing the area.
Unser Aufenthalt war sehr schön, der Bungalow ist sehr gemütlich eingerichtet und gut ausgestattet.
Der einzige Nachteil, dass man für jede Unternehmung das Auto oder den Bus benutzten muss,um ans Meer oder in eine Ortschaft zu kommen.
Sonst sehr nett,das Schwimmbad ist immer ein Besuch wert ,sowie das Personal des Holiday Village ist auch sehr hilfsbereit.
Dirty and damp. Go elsewhere!
We were so disappointed when we saw the chalet. The place needs a deep clean & has a damp problem.
We had to clean when we arrived as it was dirty. I have photo proof of the dirt on cloths/wipes we used. We didn't bother asking the cleaners to re clean, as they obviously don't clean to a proper standard.
We reported the damp problem to reception & were told that the chalets are prone to damp, due to the woodland setting & were given a dehumidifier to use. We emptied this 5 times in the 5 days we stayed there (we left 2 days early as we felt ill from it). The chalet has a new dehumidification system in, but it doesn't stop it fully or remove the constant damp smell. We wouldn't have needed the extra dehumidifier if that was the case.
The owner denied any evidence of damp and blamed the Autumnal woodland for the smell, but we are very aware of what a wet woodland smells like & the smell of damp is very recognisable to anyone. We opened windows for ventilation, used heaters & the dehumidifier every time we were in & had to use scented candles & febreeze to try to mask the smell. This helped dry things out slightly & at least we didn't have to get into a damp bed, like we did on the first night.
We took our own bedding thankfully, as the bedding was damp on the first night & the pillows are flat. The quilt had sweat stains along the edge so we bought our own quilt to use.
Only 1 of the 3 heaters worked so reception gave us another.
I know this was budget accommodation & in no way were we expecting luxury, but I don't think it's too much to ask for somewhere dry & clean. I've since read reviews of the site on Trip Adviser & see many others felt the same.
The owner has told me that this chalet is classed as silver, not budget bronze, so I dread to think what bronze is like. After we left the owner said the place was clean&tidy. That's because we left it clean&tidy!
The only good things about the chalet are the shower, which is hot & a good pressure (The shower screen leaks though & leaves a puddle on the wood floor by the toilet) & the tv works well. We had to wash up some of the crockery and cookware as it was dirty.
If you need phone signal and wifi, then go elsewhere, as I barely had even one bar of signal (i'm on EE) and the free wifi in the main building doesn't reach the chalets.
Sadly, the owner wasn't remotely sorry & insinuates that we are lying.
If you want somewhere nice, go elsewhere as it ruined our holiday.
We were very surprised by the comments, as we had only checked the cottage the week before, and we checked it again after these guests had left.
When the guests arrived they felt that the cleaners may have missed some small areas eg the inside of the oven. They informed reception, as we advised, and the staff would have immediately come and rectified the issue. However the guests didn’t let them in to the cottage to do that.
The reception at St Ives Holiday village are very helpful and would always provide extra or replacement heaters if needed, and address any cleaning issues.
I can honestly say that there is not a damp problem in the cottage; the guests may have talked to other guests at the park who were staying in wooden chalets, who may have had issues, but our cottage is a granite built bungalow, and we have recently installed a dehumidification and air purifying system in the bedrooms and living area. This works very efficiently, so long as it is switched on, and we asked reception to check that this was so on this visit. When the guests arrived it was raining (although we are glad that they got some sunshine later in the week!) and it is the actual woodland which is adjacent to the cottage which, like all woodland in Autumn) has a not unpleasant smell of wet leaves. And when the cottage doors and windows are open, this is what you can smell. Most guests understand that in a rural woodland location this is the usual aroma and find it a nice change from city smells.
Our bungalow is classified by St Ives Holiday Village as Silver Bungalow, and they would not allow a cottage which had a damp problem to be categorized as such.
There is free WiFi at the main building, the reception and bar, which has a very good reception.
We feel that the issues mentioned were duly rectified, and the guest was helped by reception, the cleaners and myself in an efficient and timely manner. We pride ourselves in giving great customer services and making sure that the accommodation is cleaned to a very high standard.
Côte / Plage:
Plage de Carbis Bay: 2 miles
St Ives: 5 miles
Les deux Carbis Bay et St Ives ont de belles plages de sable doré, et il y en a beaucoup d'autres le long de la côte.
Liens de voyage les plus proches
Aéroport: Aéroport de Newquay: 62km
Train: St Erth: 1. 5 km
Les gares les plus proches du St Ives Holiday Village sont St Erth ou Lelant Saltings, toutes deux distantes de 1,5 km. L'emplacement est à 5 minutes en voiture de la route principale A30.
Les compagnies aériennes à bas prix desservent l'aéroport de Newquay depuis tout le Royaume-Uni. L'aéroport de Newquay est à 40 miles (1 heure).
Lelant: 1 mille
Carbis Bay: 2 miles
St Ives: 5 miles
Plus de détails:
La baie St Ives s'étend de la pointe Godrevy à l'est jusqu'à St. Ives Head et Clodgy Point à l'ouest, englobant une vaste étendue de sable doré.
La superbe ville de St Ives se trouve à proximité du village de vacances St Ives. C'est un 3 mile drive, et il y a aussi un bus régulier du parc de vacances en été, ce qui est pratique car le stationnement à St Ives peut être limité. Vous pouvez passer la journée sur l'une des plages fantastiques ou près du port pittoresque, ou visiter la célèbre Tate Gallery, le musée Barbara Hepworth ou la poterie Bernard Leach.
St Ives, bien connu pour sa clarté d'atmosphère et de lumière, attire les artistes depuis le milieu des années 1800 avec l'artiste marin Henry Moore, et depuis lors la ville est devenue un pôle d'attraction pour certains des plus grands peintres, sculpteurs et céramistes du monde.
Explorez les nombreuses boutiques de cadeaux, galeries, pubs anciens et grands restaurants situés dans les petites rues pavées et entre de jolis cottages de pêcheurs blanchis à la chaux.
Visitez l'une des nombreuses galeries d'art ou musées disséminés dans les Cornouailles et prenez un trésor avec vous pour vous souvenir de vos vacances pour toujours, ou visitez Sennen Jewellery pour commander des bijoux celtiques en argent et des bijoux fabriqués à partir d'épaves Cornish et de bronze recyclé.
Explorez les pittoresques villages de pêcheurs de l'ouest des Cornouailles et prenez un moment pour vous asseoir dans un café, déguster un thé à la crème de Cornouailles et regarder le monde passer.
Hayle Towans et Carbis Bay, sont également proches, les deux sont de belles plages de sable doré avec de super vagues. Vous pouvez également explorer la côte pour trouver plus de criques cachées qui sont dispersées dans la région.