Hayle is a small town, civil parish and cargo port in west
Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated at the mouth of
the Hayle River (which discharges into St Ives Bay) and is
approximately seven miles (11 km) northeast of Penzance.
Hayle parish was created in 1888 from part of the now defunct
Phillack parish, with which it was later combined in 1935, and
incorporated part of St Erth in 1937. The modern parish shares
boundaries with St Ives to the west, St Erth to the south, Gwinear
and Gwithian in the east, and is bounded to the north by the Celtic
Hayle's position by the sea and its 3 miles of golden sandy beaches
allowed it to develop as a holiday destination. Indeed, Hayle still
has much holiday accommodation. The sand dunes or Towans are the
favoured location for a number of holiday villages and caravan and
camping sites. The Gwithian beach near Godrevy is not only
picturesque but it is also a favoured area for water-related sports
including surfing, windsurfing and body-boarding.
Tel: 07952 707140
Surfside (sleeps 4) is set in an idyllic position, just 50 metres
from glorious surf and sand. Tucked in among the sand dunes, it has
uninterrupted views of the entire St Ives Bay, and is perfect as a
base for exploring the area, enjoying the sea shore or simply
relaxing. The views from the conservatory are breathe taking,
whatever the weather!
Surfside has 1 double and 1 twin bedded room, a lounge/dining room,
conservatory, fully fitted kitchen and shower room. The main bedroom
and lounge have stunning sea views, and the conservatory and patio
look out across the entire sweep of the Bay. Bedding and towels are
provided. Dogs are welcome (max 2), at £20 per dog. Changeover day
is Friday, and weekend/midweek breaks are available low season.
This is an area of outstanding beauty, seals are regularly seen in
the bay, and much of the land around is owned by the National Trust.
Many tourist attractions are close by, including St Ives, St
Michaels Mount, Lands End, the Lost gardens of Heligan, The Eden
project and Minack Theatre, to name but a few.
Treglisson Touring Park
Tel: 01736 753141
This small, sheltered rural park on the site of an old orchard is
ideal for families, where our play facilities and sandpit provide
endless entertainment for young children. Outside school holiday
times this peaceful setting is perfect for those seeking a rural
are only a five minute drive from the beaches of St Ives Bay
and two minutes away from the town of Hayle.
have high quality facilities including a fully tiled shower and
toilet block, undercover dishwashing area, a small launderette and a
freezer and microwave for your use. There is a central play park and
a covered play area where families can relax and enjoy themselves.
Treglisson is ideally placed for exploring the north and south
coasts of Cornwall, for visiting St Ives, Penzance and St Michaelís
Mount. The area abounds with charming fishing villages, gardens,
market towns, craft centres, galleries, country inns, historic tin
mines and breathtaking coastal walks.
surfing beaches of Gwithian and Godrevy are a five minute drive
away. There is a short golf course and driving range within walking
distance and the RSPB reserve at Hayle Estuary is close by.
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Pennance Vean Farm
Bargen Penn Nans Vyghan a'gas
dynnergh - Pennance Vean Farm welcomes you.
There has been a farm or dwelling
at Pennance Vean, near Hayle in beautiful West Cornwall for over
400 years. Tucked down in a fold to shelter it from the elements
yet enjoying stunning views down to St Ives Bay and Godrevy
Lighthouse (inspiration for Virginia Woolf's novel "To the
Lighthouse") this little corner of Cornwall has golden sands
that stretch for three sweeping miles, spectacular world-class
surf and unique sand dunes that form a continuous nature
Today, Pennance Vean continues as a
working farm situated on 20 acres, with a farmhouse and single
holiday let converted from a granite barn and providing luxury
self catering accommodation for up to six guests. Pennance Vean
Farm is the perfect location to relax, explore, walk, watch the
seals at Godrevy or just look and listen to the skylarks in
summer, migrating birds in spring or the sound of the ocean
breaking on the rocks in winter. And then there are the
spectacular sunsets and clear light that have drawn artists to
Cornwall for years.