Holiday Cottages In Hayle To Rent
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Jo - verified booking
"We upgraded to a two bedroomed Platinum Lodge (number 30) before we arrived and boy are we glad we did! It was fantastic! Passing the lower quality accommodation it was well worth paying the extra as some of them looked really horrible! (We didn't manage to get one with a hot tub, but they looked fab and had opaque glass around them so were nice and private.)The lodge was very clean (just a slightly smeary mirror) and modern. The living room area was large and very comfortable. We only expected one bathroom but were really pleased to have a lovely ensuite to the main bedroom. The showers had good water pressure and there was plenty of hot water. The lodge had everything you could need - washing machine (which was a very pleasant surprise!), dishwasher and every utensil you could need. A large fridge freezer was very handy. There were six outdoor chairs on the outside balcony with a nice table. There was a clothes airer which was handy for the wet towels. Iron plus ironing board - everything you could need. The kitchen was very modern and spacious and there was an extending table and chairs. There were books, games and dvds in the lodge for us to use.Check in was easy and quick with very pleasant staff.The shop, although quite expensive was adequate and sold a good variety of items. The bus into St Ives or Penzance picked up directly from the camp which was really good as parking is almost impossible at peak season. As a base it was superb. As well as the bus, there was a park and ride train station 2 minutes drive away. Negatives:No mobile coverage anywhere on site, and no wifi in the accommodation. The wifi in the entertainment area was so bad that we could not even load one page of Facebook, or do a Google search. I know it is nice to have a break from the internet but when you are on holiday there are lots of things you could do with looking up. You also cannot get onto websites to book activities elsewhere. An upgrade of wifi would be a big benefit for this holiday park as people expect it these days. It was very frustrating at times. The pool - although adequate, had no changing area so you had to undress either in one of the two toilets or just strip off in front of everyone. The solution is to go in your swimming gear and just wrap a towel around you and then get changed back in the accommodation. The entertainment - if you are bringing small children then it will be very good for you as the children's entertainment went on until about 10pm! After that there was an entertainer which was not too bad - if you want to wait until 10pm. Maybe because we had two teenagers with us we did not appreciate the entertainment and decided not to go back. (Note for gadget lovers - there are three x-boxes in the main entertainment area which were very popular with the kids!). Toilets in the main area were not nice at all!All in all I would recommend this site as a base and the Platinum lodge accommodation . If you have young children the entertainment will be great for you, if not then don't expect much and go elsewhere on an evening."
Jane - verified booking
"The premier lodge was amazing - really well designed, new, very clean, very well appointed. Little terrace, all mod cons. Beware, no towels, so bring your own. We couldn't work out the instructions for the boiler and phoned the clubhouse - they sent someone immediately, he was charming, really helpful. Beautiful park, great situation near St Ives.If you go and just use the premier lodge accomodation and enjoy St Ives - great. However, the club house and pool were very dilapidated. In the pool peeling paint, looked quite dirty, lots of footprints from muddy shoes - a kind of conservatory roof so condensation dripping on you in the pool. Attendants very nice and put play things in the pool for children.Evening entertainment was not good and the clubhouse was very old, like an old style bingo club with swirly carpet and smelling of smoke. The children's entertainment at 6 was ok, but very young entertainer, inexperienced - then it went on to bingo (!) and other evening entertainment. We never made it past the bingo where the room fell silent and people had bagsed massive areas for their families. Old style Pontins. Wrestling was on one night!Staff all pleasant but reception staff clearly used to having to handle people heavily eg: wouldn't let us wander down and look at our lodge before 2 - dont mind but it's the way it's said. Equally, when asked for towels, a laugh and 'we've never supplied towels', it's just the tone."
Neil - verified booking
"On arrival, first impressions were somewhat disappointing. The outside area near the front of the property. was littered with 'junk' (rusty metal, rubble, etc). However, we were promptly greeted by the owner (John) who explained that it was due to be cleared or covered over with housing/shelter imminently (he was waiting for the material/roofing to arrive). John was very welcoming and offered some good advice on the property and the surrounding are (beaches, shopping, etc).The interior of the property is clean, comfortable and well equipped. It's not 5 star so don't expect luxury, but it's got everything you need! There is a small garden, although it is not secure (John said he was in the process of securing the fence, and we saw evidence of this).We took our four dogs with us and the property was ideal for them. Firstly they were allowed to run on the two adjoining fields which they loved. Also the property has a large porch/utility area for dogs to dry off in before coming into the kitchen/living area. The surroundings are stunning. Beautiful beaches aplenty, good facilities, pubs and restaurants, and national trust walks too. If you take dogs with you be aware of the clifftop walks - there are some really steep drops!We'd love to return to S42636 in the future!"
Rachel - verified booking
"Cabin facilities weren't very good. The beds were terrible , you could feel the springs from the mattresses digging in your back whichever way you moved and they were so uncomfortable. We complained to reception and they sent a couple of duvets to our cabin to lay on top of the mattresses - this was marginally better but not a long term solution and still not very comfortable. There was also a window in the kitchen area which didn't close properly and could only be left on the latch. There were only two chairs on the decking when the cabin was for 6 people so when we wanted to sit outside we had to take the kitchen chairs out which wasn't very convenient. The fridge door would occasionally pop open as the door wasn't very good. The cabins are much closer together than advertised, as the marketing materials make it look like you have far more private space - we didn't really have much privacy at all as the parking area was face on to our sitting area so people could see right into the cabin when parking up or walking through.The positive was that the cabin was clean."
Clint - verified booking
"Perfect location for a holiday park but the bungalow supplied was far from a silver rated one. Bath badly stained, toilet leaking and not cleaned meaning we had to go to a local supermarket to buy a toilet brush, hole in skirting beneath basin filled with toilet roll as well as a very poor shower. Removable cushions for bed in living room not cleaned so full of dirt/crumbs. Nice new TV was lovely but the coax cable was not fully insulated so needed rewiring which we did but ideally could have used some insulated tape. Door springs have gone through one door and hanging off wall in twin bedroom. Dirty cups in cupboard, dust on lightbulb in lamp needed cleaning before use to allow light. Heating information in a drawer in pitching resulting in our only hot water from shower or kettle. Park is under going an expensive upgrade but the decor of this one still has a nod to the 50's with its Fablon decorated shelving unit. Very disappointed."