is translated from the Cornish
is only 4 miles from St. Ives.
SOS Hayle is campaigning for the
North east of
is Godrevy island with the
famous lighthouse which inspired
Hayle/Heyl is very
popular with all holiday makers, offering a variety of
for the whole family
and only a short drive to the beach.
Well known for its extensive stretch of soft golden sands
and backed by impressive sand dunes.
Also with superb panoramic views of St Ives, Carbis Bay and
Godrevy Lighthouse which
provided the novelist Virginia Woolf with the inspiration
for her novel ; 'To the Lighthouse'
Behind the main expanse of sand, you will find The Towans,
(sand dunes) which dominates
the coastline and provides a great place for visitors to explore the
rich habitat for wildlife that they create.
The Hayle Estuary offers a feeding ground and stop off
point for many types of migratory birds.
The long beach at Hayle has something for everyone.
It is excellent for swimming, surfing and of course sun
During the evening it transforms into a truly romantic
location for that evening stroll.
Summer mights seem a long time away, but it is advisable to
book your Holiday now.
Our accommodation is ideally placed for you to explore the West Cornwall peninsula and its varied coastlines.
listed below are just some of the many activities that you can find to do in Cornwall.
Horse riding in
cycling in Cornwall;
in Hayle - St Ives
The Mermaid---Porthminster Cafe
- on the Beach---Russets in Fore St----Seafood Cafe ----
Alfresco on the Quay---- Alba
on the Quay
Cafe Pasta on the harbour front----- The Pedn Olva Hotel and
Vege Restaurants in Hayle -
The Bean Inn--
01736 795928 St Ives Road, Carbis Bay, TR26 2RT
01736 755928 - 50-51
Hayle TR27 4BQ
01736 362828 Bread Street, Penzance, TRI 8 2EO
Old Custom House,
Wharf Rd, St Ives TR26 ILF
Organic Vege Restaurant
01736 794447 Royal Square, St Ives, Tr26 2Lo
793621 Island Square, St Ives
in St. Ives
West Cornwall beaches courtesy of the BBC,
Cornwall Tourist Board
An excellent walk