Whether you are a UK native looking to holiday at home or a tourist from further afield searching for picturesque countryside, coast and quaint seaside town, you have made the right choice with Hayle. A typical day in this pretty Cornish fishing town might include an early morning walk to Godrevy Head, which offers spectacular views across St Ives Bay, the perfect way to get your bearings on the surrounding area, while Godrevy Lighthouse is said to have inspired Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse. In the afternoon you might wander the streets, popping into different shops and cafes, finishing your evening off with some traditional British seafood and local ale or cider.
Renting holiday accommodation in Hayle
Many people feel that hotels do not offer the freedom and privacy that is so important when unwinding on holiday. To truly relax, there is an increase in the number of holidaymakers that are opting to rent self-catering accommodation. HouseTrip offers a range of holiday rentals in and around Hayle, catering for all budgets and agendas. Not only will you find your holiday rental in Hayle much more liberating, but you will also save money in the process when compared to pricier hotels.
Where to stay in Hayle
After the kids are in need of a change of clothes following that spontaneous swim, it is lucky that you booked that central Hayle apartment, just a few minutes’ walk away from the beach. If you have caught the foodie bug then you have all the time in the world to source local produce and then master your skills in your farmhouse’s ginormous kitchen. Everyone has requirements when it comes to finding the perfect holiday accommodation, whether this is views, size, location or amenities. In a matter of clicks, your perfect holiday accommodation in Hayle can be booked. So take a look at the impressive and constantly growing range of self-catering accommodation on offer with HouseTrip.
Hayle with the family
Cornwall is well known for its water sports and Hayle’s three miles of beaches act as a great place for the whole family to get to grips with surfing and body boarding – all the gear you will need is easily rentable. A trip to Paradise Park, which features lorokeets and the penguins amongst many other animals, is a must for families with kids of all ages. Hayley offers good transport links to explore the rest of Cornwall, with St Ives, Penzance and Falmouth all within easy reach and offering a range of family-friendly activities and tourist attractions, from art galleries, arcades and some of the country’s top places to eat, like Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant in Padstow.