Ref-000309 Hayle, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 2
- Sleeps 2- 1 X Double
- Private Garden
- One Dog Welcome (£25 Extra Charge)
- 3 Miles To Golden Sands
- Dog Friendly
- Coastal Location
- Nearby Golfing
- Wood Burners
- Wireless Internet Access
A cute and quirky escape perfect for a couples Cornish retreat. Hidden down a small street in Hayle which is close to three miles of golden sands, and set in its own garden is the delightful little house.
Previously a tack house for the horses and carriages of the Foundry estate, it has now been restored to a lovely one bedroomed home with private gardens for summer evening BBQs and a cosy log burner for snuggling up on colder nights.
The entrance leads into the living room and kitchenette with log burner and some steps take you downstairs to a bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Wifi is available.
There is parking for 2 cars.
This property does not have a washing machine.
A damage deposit of £200 is required on all bookings. This will be returned within 14 days of the end of your stay (assuming there has been no damage).
One dog is welcome at an charge of £25, this is made payable directly to the owners.
Hayle boasts 3 miles of golden sands and some of the best surfing and kite-surfing beaches in Cornwall.
Located at what is known as the Foundry end of Hayle, the Tack House is a perfect base for exploring this wonderful part of Cornwall.
It’s just a 10 minute walk to the Hayle estuary and onto the coastpath which joins Hayle’s 3 miles of golden sands.
It is a 10 minute drive to St Ives with its stunning harbour and cobbled streets…art, pasties and ice cream! St Ives is a beautiful harbour with winding cobbled streets, its own sandy coves looking out over St Ives Bay, Lelant saltings and the Hayle estuary on one side and straight out to the Atlantic on the other. For many years, the incredible light, sunsets and scenery has attracted artists such as Alfred Wallace, Barbara Hepworth and Bernard Leach.
There are many varied walks up hills (Trencrom), along rivers (St Erth), in the woods (Tehidy), in the dunes (Hayle Towans) and along beaches (Porth Kidney our favourite)!
This is a great base for heading to St Ives to wander round the shops. Also, an ideal spot for a bucket and spade and ice cream holiday with some brilliant beaches for swimming and building sandcastles. If you prefer to get in the sea, there's some good windsurfing, surfing and kite surfing beaches nearby and great places to explore on a kayak.