Stunning St Ives Harbour
Hellesveor is in a perfect location for combining a seaside and countryside holiday in Cornwall. The site is just 1 mile from St Ives town centre which you can access via the South West coastal path or the main road. There is also a local bus company who are happy to pick up our guests from the end of our lane so please ask for a timetable when you arrive.
Hellesveor is in a perfect location for combining a seaside and countryside holiday in Cornwall. The site is just 1 mile from St Ives town centre which you can access via the South West coastal path or the main road. During the summer, there is also a local bus company who are happy to pick up our guests from the end of our lane so please ask for a timetable when you arrive.
Hellesveor’s Caravan and Camping area is surrounded by farmland, a true rural experience, perfect for exploring the Cornish countryside. You really will feel miles from anywhere…with the added bonus of being on the doorstep of beautiful beaches and all the amenities St Ives has to offer.
How To Find Us: Exit the A30 towards St Ives and at the second mini roundabout take the first exit, following directions for ‘St Ives (day visitors)’. At the T-junction, turn right onto the B3311 and drive through Halsetown. Turn left at the next T-junction on to the B3306 towards St Just/Morvah/Zennor – you will see the sign for Hellesveor almost immediately on your right.
More about St Ives
St Ives boasts a choice of magnificent golden sandy beaches, art galleries and restaurants. Horse riding, pony trekking, coarse fishing, a leisure centre and golf course are all nearby.
There’s so much we could tell you about the fine golden sand and the clear blue ocean, the way the sunlight flickers over the cottages and quays, about the galleries, the gardens, the cafes and wonderful places to stay.
Would you like to know about the ancient sites and stones, the famous people and buildings?
We could tell you how easy it is to travel here and how Cornwall’s wonders are all close by St Ives, the most famous of Cornish holiday towns, loved for generations, is easy to reach by road or by air and easy by train, too, along one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Britain to crystal blue waters, golden sands and a warm welcome.
We nearly forgot the mild sub-tropical climate, warmed year round by the Gulf Stream! Life here is cradled around the harbour where boats still land good catches of freshest fish for the local restaurants to nourish you with.
Brought ashore on the ancient granite quays, the catch is of the highest quality for your dinner plate or for the tables of some of Britain’s finest restaurants.
A maze of tiny cobbled streets to wander through, lined by fishermen’s cottages, with a breath taking seaside vista to greet you at the end of each one.