We stayed in the Hayloft for a week with our 6 year old daughter. This one was on the first floor of the barn and is clean, modern, a good size, and has a view of the sea. The only disappointment was the shower which being run off the mixer taps just wasn't powerful enough!
There is a large communal garden with plenty of seating and outdoor toys for younger kids.
The campsite next door has a bus service to and from St Ives town centre in the summer which was very handy. Alternatively you can take a 40ish min walk along the fields or coastal path where you get some fantastic views (note some tricky styles and rocky areas so not suitable for all). The campsite also has a small shop and a good playground.
On the farm itself there is a games room and a large play barn for pre-schoolers which has plenty of toys plus DVDs and books to borrow. They also have a farm trail which was a lovely walk despite us seeming to miss some of the numbered posts!
It was a great location as everything we wanted to visit was less than an hour away and St Ives itself has great shops, restaurants/cafés and beaches to enjoy.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking