<h1>HAYLE HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages


Lighthouses, rock pools and three miles of golden sands

Visit Hayle

Famed for its three miles of golden sands, Hayle surrounds a beautiful estuary on the edge of St Ives Bay in West Cornwall. The town was an important trading port throughout the industrial revolution and, subsequently, was awarded World Heritage Site status in 2006. The area is a hotbed for surfing and wind sailing, while a magnificent network of walking routes weaves around the town and coast - perfect for adventurers.

Hayle Cottages

With its beautiful beaches, historic port and plenty of intriguing features and things to do, why not choose one of our self-catering cottages in Hayle for your next holiday home-from-home?

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Cornwall Holiday Parks

Our range of holiday parks in Cornwall are perfect places for enjoying time away with your family, with on-site entertainment and facilities to keep everyone entertained during their time away.

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Wildlife watching in Cornwall

With miles upon miles of unspoilt coastline and range of diverse habitats, Cornwall is one of the best places in the British Isles to see marine mammals, sharks and seabirds from the land and sea. But with dozens of places around Cornwall’s coast where you can spot wildlife in action, where are the best locations to get up close and personal with the giants from the deep, or the best time of year to go birdwatching or seal spotting?

A local’s guide to St Ives

St Ives in West Cornwall is a beautiful cultural hub that draws artists and families alike to its sandy shores. The famous Tate Gallery sits in the centre and is surrounded by cafes and eateries sit behind the beaches.

A historic port

With a rich history and beautiful coastline, it’s no surprise that Hayle is a popular holiday destination in Cornwall.

The beautiful three-mile expanse of beach is a big draw. Here you can enjoy the picture-postcard view of Godrevy lighthouse, while the beaches of Hayle Towans and Godrevy provide rock pools and sand dunes aplenty. Another major feature of the town is the majestic Hayle Viaduct, designed by the famous Isambard Kingdom Brunel, which runs through the town.

The town centre itself has plenty of fish and chip shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs serving a range of fantastic tastes to suit everyone. This includes the Salt Kitchen Bar, The Cornish Arms and The Old Quay House, as well as the curiously named pub The Bucket of Blood, which sits next to the oldest church in the town, Phillack Church.

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