Toms Holidays – Riviere Towans
Welcome to Toms Holidays
Toms Holidays is the only place to go for your Cornish holiday. Whatever your self catering requirements, Toms Holidays can accommodate you. We have self catering beach accommodation, holiday chalets and bungalows available to book from April to October and over the Christmas period.

Hayle stands on the opposite side of St Ives Bay, famous for its three miles of golden sandy beaches. Our location is probably one of the best for any holiday in Cornwall, set amongst 40 acres of sea front dunes overlooking the golden sands and breaking surf at Riviere Towans.

The resort has many large open spaces with ready access to the sand dunes and there are safe play areas for the young or young at heart to get involved in. The Cornish coastline stretches for over 300 miles with its picturesque coves, beautiful sandy beaches and outrageous surf, famous the world over.

Prices and Availability
Please visit our website for online bookings, or please feel free to telephone.
Hoilday Accommodation
We offer a wide choice of self catering beach accommodation from chalets to holiday bungalows, some with excellent sea views. All properties are within a few minutes’ walk from the beach, and are fully equipped with bath or shower, fridge and cooker, electric heating and colour TV. Some also have microwave oven and washing machine.
Toms Holidays is situated at Riviere Towans, on the edge of the town of Hayle. Hayle is a very popular centre for self-catering and boasts a magnificent three miles of golden sands stretching around St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse. The towering undulating sand dunes form an impressive backdrop. This expanse of splendid beach is excellent for swimming, surfing and sun bathing and there are a number of shallow pools for children to play, and the deeper water provides many excellent sites for diving.
The Towans provide a perfect location for family holidays and is renowned for having the best holiday bungalows in Cornwall. In the evening, as the sun sets over St Ives Bay, the beach is transformed into the ideal venue for an evening stroll or a walk in the dunes.

Hayle town, (Heyl is Cornish for “Estuary”), still a working port and harbour, is a busy and developing tourism centre. It has an impressive industrial history being synonymous with mining related industries such as tin and copper smelting. Harveys foundry once employed over 1000 men and exported beam engines all over the world.

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