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TravelPod Member ReviewsChy-An-Albany St Ives
This is an older hotel and the rooms are quite small but mine had a spectacular view of the sea. The shower is quite pokey and there is no in-room fridge so no cold water or drinks can be kept in your room.
Clean and tidy and good value for the money paid
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... your own wish which then gets sent to the artist to also be turned into a ribbon and put on display. Rose contributed her wish of "I wish I could wear make-up" and this will be seen as part of the installation at the Tate in a couple of weeks! The Tate also offered a clay workshop, which involved making a shape found at the bottom of the sea. Rose had a great time making a clay wave and Mum and Dad had a go too! Leaving ...
... when we returned so we decided to visit Turo by train. We caught the train from Saint Austell at 1015 and arrived in Turo twenty minutes later. Turo has an impressive cathedral although the rest of the town is rather unremarkable. However, it was a good place to have a quiet day whilst Christine recovered. By the afternoon she was feeling much better and we all had an early night ready to have bigger day ...
... here in Tintagel, especially at The Four Winds B&B - a perfect spot for a few days to recharge the batteries.From Tintagel we set the SatNav for St Ives. Wow! The traffic was chaotic. Got to St Ives and it was a very pretty little town but hugely busy. We eventually managed to get parking then did a quick tour of the town. It was a beautiful day and the English were making the most of ...
Woke at 6.30 to heavy skies. Derek went for a walk and it was warmish but very damp. After another lovely load of calories we headed north to Port Isaac aka Port Wen from Doc Martin fame. It was a typical town and not too crowded at 11am. The featured buildings look different without all the props but you could still recognise Doc's house, the school and Bert's ...
... and we got fresh towels. Bed about 11pm.
One thing to note is the presence of dogs everywhere. They are allowed most places including hotel rooms, all attractions and restaurants and pubs. Jill is in dog heaven. There are always people around walking dogs!! They are usually on leads and are very well behaved.
Also, I saw two signs near roadworks saying 'Cats eyes removed'. Some foreign visitors must wonder why anyone would want their cats eyes ...