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Beautiful Train Journey to St Ives

We used the park and ride from Lelant Saltings. It's a lovely scenic coastal train ride to St Ives... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
C-Shorrocks
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Warrington, United Kingdom
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Scenic train ride, whilst staying in St Ives we took to train to St Erth. The most beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Donna P
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South Devon, United Kingdom
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The train journey to St Ives has to be one of the most scenic in Britain. Enjoy the spectacular views from the train window as the line sweeps along the coast past the golden sands of Hayle Towans and Carbis Bay before arriving in St Ives. Then head...more
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We used the park and ride from Lelant Saltings. It's a lovely scenic coastal train ride to St Ives. Parking is cheap - £2.80 all day and a return train ticket is only £4 per adult. A great stress free way to get to St...More

1  Thank C-Shorrocks
Reviewed 1 week ago

Scenic train ride, whilst staying in St Ives we took to train to St Erth. The most beautiful scenery of the coast for a few pounds.

Thank Donna P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Parking in St Ives is a nightmare, take the train! This is the "park and ride" system people refer to for St Ives - the car parks are large and spacious, the train is comfortable and has scenic views. It's also a lot of fun!...More

Thank Geo_H0pper
Reviewed 7 June 2018

We parked up and took the train into Saint Ives it cost £8.00 for four adults return it was only three stops but what an experience

Thank kellock a
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This branch line must be the most beautiful train line in Britain it follows the coast from St Erth to St Ives, giving the first magnificent view of St Ives as it comes in to view.I would recommend everyone to take that train journey and...More

3  Thank Diddy12013
Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

We opted to take the coastal path walk to St Erth roughly about 5 miles along the coast through the sand dunes which runs along side the train tracks. We stumbled across porthkidney beach on our way through which was a nice stop off point...More

Thank HPSL
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

This is a scenic rail route running between St Ives and Earth stations. It’s all very relaxed, and the train moves along at a steady rather than fast pace meaning the views can be enjoyed. Although , it’s best enjoyed if you sit on the...More

1  Thank Chasingdreamscape
Reviewed 29 March 2018

You cannot go to St Ives and not go on the train, it is a must for children of all ages, it has been said to be the most scenic coastal train ride in Britain well that may be stretching it a bit but it...More

1  Thank royston c
Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

The view was fantastic. Kids took plenty of pictures. They loved standing in the train. The staff was very nice.

Thank Mathias R
Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

The train journey from st Ives to st erth may only take a few mins but is a lovely, lovely trip. Cost of £4 each return was s bargain. St Ives station is under going a make over so we had to buy the tickets...More

Thank BlackpoolStevieb
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FGM43
19 July 2018|
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Response from Mike-Parker-Bray | Property representative |
Yes. You can take up to two dogs per person on the train as long as they are wearing a lead. This is free of charge. One thing to bear in mind - St Ives has quite strict 'no dogs on beaches' policies during the summer... More
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Jayne B
6 July 2018|
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Response from Mike-Parker-Bray | Property representative |
Yes, all trains carry wheelchair ramps to allow boarding. If you are doing the first part of your journey by car, park at Lelant Saltings station (TR26 3DL) and board there. This is the official 'Park & Ride' for the train... More
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