Perfectly located for touring one of the most beautiful and popular regions of Cornwall, this comfortable, end-terrace holiday home is set in a small development of 19 cottages around a grassed area in the small town of Hayle.
As you enter Sunseekers you will appreciate the light and airy sitting room and separate dining room, as well as the conservatory, both of which are ideal for a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
There are also three bedrooms at this lovely cottage, consisting of one double and two singles making it ideal for families or friends.
Outside the enclosed gravelled and decked garden is the perfect spot to relax after a day on the beach, and there’s the convenience of secure storage for surf boards and bikes.
A selection of pubs, restaurants and shops are all within 5 minutes’ walk, and arguably Cornwall's finest pasty is baked in the town and is a must to try.
Hayle surrounds a beautiful wide estuary and is a haven for wildlife, especially appreciated by birdwatchers, plus being located on the edge of St Ives Bay, the Atlantic breeze makes the beaches ideal for surfing, wind sailing and other watersports.
For a relaxing day on the beach head to Hayle Towans, and the children will love the rockpools at Gwithian and Godrevy Beach, close to where many seals are often seen.
Beautiful coastal and countryside walks are also guaranteed with well-maintained and waymarked footpaths and walks for walkers of all standards.
With St Ives being only a 10 minute drive or a very pleasant train drive away and being so close to many of Cornwall's attractions, including Paradise Park, St Michael's Mount and Tate St Ives make Sunseekers an ideal base for a true Cornish holiday whatever the time of year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room. Conservatory.
About the location
St Ives 7 miles; Penzance 7.5 miles.
Hayle is in the far-flung south western corner of Cornwall and sits on an important RSPB wildlife estuary flowing out to the beautiful St Ives Bay, where visitors can enjoy three miles of golden sandy beaches, walks, history and wildlife. St Ives harbour has its own small fishing fleet and there are plentiful boat trips skippered by locals keen to showcase the best that Cornwall has to offer, whether it be seal watching at Seal Island, a couple of hours' mackerel fishing or a relaxing trip to Godrevy Lighthouse. Hayle has plenty of activities out of the water too; Paradise Park is a wildlife park, home to some spectacular parrots, otters and red pandas. Hayle has a range of shops, restaurants and bars scattered around the estuary and harbour area. There are skittles and karting for the family, and for golfers, one of the best links golf courses in Cornwall is at Lelant, a mile out of Hayle. But the jewel of Hayle is the three miles of golden sandy beach, with fantastic surfing at Gwithian where there is a surf shop, lessons and hire of equipment. For the less energetic there are beach cafes where you can take in the views and watch the children play. As Hayle is centrally located you can easily access many other places by either public transport (there is a train station at Hayle) or driving. St. Ives is a short drive away where you can wander through the narrow streets, visit the art galleries or admire the colourful sub tropical gardens. Within easy reach of Hayle is the Minack Theatre (35 mins), Falmouth Maritime Museum (40 mins), Eden Project (40 mins), St. Michael’s Mount (15 mins) and many other fantastic tourist attractions for dry or wet days.