Hayle (Cornish: Heyl, lit. "estuary") 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.
Things to do in Hayle
4 based on 334 reviews
Sunset Surf beachside cafe and licensed bar is open all year round, serving high quality food and drink, served fresh and prepared from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients wherever possible. With breathtaking views of the beautiful St Ives bay, from Godrevy Lighthouse, along Gwithian Beach and across to St Ives, we provide the perfect setting for you to relax and enjoy your time with us. We are constantly working hard to improve everything we do, striving to provide you with the very best Sunset Surf experience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We believe strongly in employing staff from the local area, working wherever possible with local suppliers and working hard to run a sustainable business with minimal impact to the environment.
We often stop for coffee here, mostly on a Sunday afternoon after walking our (mad) cocker spaniels on th beach. yesterday we took our DFL friends and their border terrier for a beach dog walk and lunch at the Sunset Surf after. It was a really, really nice lunch of bubble & squeek for ur friends and Xmas ciabbattas for us. We were able to reserve a table about an hour before, and the service was nice and quick, with helpful and friendly staff, just hope it stays open out of season for us coffee needing locals!
4.5 based on 304 reviews
The Bean Inn was born in 2003 and its reputation has grown steadily throughout the years. The restaurant is a popular choice with both tourists and locals and offers a warm intimate setting spread over 3 small dining rooms displaying local art. Our aim in the restaurant is to offer you some of the tastiest vegetarian and vegan dishes from around the world. Bringing you the best flavours means using the best quality ingredients. We therefore use local, organic and seasonal produce whenever possible. We are members of the Vegetarian Society's Food & Drinks Guild. This means that all of the ingredients that we use have been approved by The Vegetarian Society.
Spent a very relaxing few hours dining and a good bottle of wine the food was very good well put together and very tasty i had the curry with lots of trimmings my partner had the bourguignon and loved it, cheese board and the chocolate mud cake to finish. Yum Yum.
Everything was presented well and the young waitress was very attentive.
I'm a vegetarian an find it difficult sometimes finding somewhere where the food is to my liking.
We will be back.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Set in the Cornish Countryside Rosewarne Manor offers both casual (pub style meals) and formal (a la carte) dining styles. Our dining rooms overlook the large Gardens and we pride ourselves on using produce obtained from the best producers in the surrounding countryside. Our restaurant wins awards for culinary excellence, local produce, healthy eating and also as a venue of excellence for weddings. The restaurant consistently achieves the highest food safety hygiene standards, winning awards for this.In addition to offering lunch and evening dinner service we are a venue for functions of all types including weddings. Larger groups have the option of personally tailored menus, including buffet style. Everything we serve is made by our own chefs.Expect an efficient yet slightly informal service style. We want you to enjoy excellent food in comfortable surroundings. On Sundays we offer a traditional carvery roast. There is ample free parking. Want to stay the night? We have a beautiful apartment available for single nights or longer. Sleeps 2 - lovely for any couple, but it can also be booked for self catering breaks.
We signed up for the Nostalgia Evening (otherwise known as ‘FINGS AIN’T WOT THEY USED T’BE’) last Friday, 26th January, and I can honestly say we haven't had so much fun in years. Chris is an amazing raconteur (unfortunately struggling with a persistent cough on that evening) and we were amazed to discover how much we remembered from the 50s onward, despite some of his testing questions.
There was a choice of four main courses and three desserts, all for the price of £22.50 including the entertainment. Don't miss the chance to enjoy one of the next two evenings on either 3rd March or 6th April.
4.5 based on 724 reviews
Becks has expanded into a restaurant with bar and lounge area to complement the still thriving take-away. The restaurant area itself seats over 100 people. Becks does not take Reservations, although notification of parties over 9 people is recommended. The main selling point and one of the major credentials is that Becks offer gluten free options. All types of fish (Cod, Haddock, Hake, Plaice), scampi and pizzas are available with this option. For customers choosing to sit in the restaurant there is also a range of desserts on offer that are gluten free. Becks is the only fish and chip shop in a 6 mile radius that offer gluten free products.
There is a reason why the queue is outside the door and heading in to the car park on a Friday night and this is because Becks serves the best fish and chips in the area. We have only ever had takeaways but this is a regular Friday night treat when we are in the area. Good value and portions are large.
4.5 based on 586 reviews
Bistro and bar in the heart of Hayle, located in Foundry Square next to the estuary. Casual dining for all the family serving fresh home cooked food from breakfast all the way through to dinner. Well established and popular with the locals, Salt offers a relaxed environment in the beautiful Whites Warehouse, where customers can relax with quality coffee, very tasty food, and a wide selection of drinks and cocktails. A must-try if visiting Hayle....
Well the title probably says it all but it was an excellent meal. I had the salt burger and it was perfectly cooked and full of flavour, not like some of the cardboard burgers you can get in other places. The sweet potato fries topped it off nicely. My colleague and I also had starters and the chorizo cheesy melt thing is so good, I mean to die for good! Great flavour and I could have eaten so much more of it. Thankfully I tried to save room for desert as the waffle was too tempting to turn down. Though I felt so full at the end of it I practically rolled out of the place. I'm definitely going back next time i'm here.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
La Casita is a restaurant with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, serving tapas and dishes inspired by the flavours & produce of Spain, Italy and Portugal. When you enter a Mediterranean restaurant you will note the mood is relaxed, colourful and anything but stuffy. The waiting staff are genuine and friendly and families are always welcomed; La Casita is a new restaurant in Carbis Bay that adopts this relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, serving tapas and various dishes inspired by the flavours & produce of Spain, Portugal & Italy. The menu is complemented by local seafood ,charcuterie and cheese boards and we have a wide selection of excellent wines and beers. We’re all about fantastic and tasty rustic dishes. We work hard to find the best ingredients, which are meticulously sourced from producers, both locally and in Italy and Spain, who share our ethos and take enormous pride in what they do. Flexibility and a casual atmosphere is key to La Casita. Customers can enjoy a full meal, selection of tapas dishes: or come in simply for a glass of red wine and a plate of cheese, a coffee and a delicious pudding, or even just for the perfect evening cocktail on the patio.
Popped in and braved the weather and were not disappointed. Some of the best tapas we’ve had, good atmosphere but book in advance I should as filled up quick and early! Great service from the young lady too with a substantial menu. Newly refurbished too....MoreThank you for your review..and braving the grim weather! Hope to see you again.
4.5 based on 550 reviews
This place is fab! Staff are friendly and helpful, food and cakes are delicious. Great views and dog friendly. Definitely take a visit.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
The pub has now reopened after a refurbishment and is under new management. Food is now available every evening and at lunch times on weekends with fantastic homemade roasts every Sunday. We serve traditional homemade pub meals! The Inn currently offers tribute and two other guest ales as well as a selection of lagers and Cornish ciders.
Don’t you just like it when you come across a place that is really good. Excellent food, good beer and very friendly. What more do you need!
4.5 based on 905 reviews
Cornish Pasty Makers. Private family run business since 1958.
Life is always good when you have a Pasty in your hand. Today it was a Philps Pasty.
The Flakey ones were just out of the oven so we went for them.
In my own opinion, not a winner. I’d rather the normal ones. But we’re all different and so be it.
4.5 based on 378 reviews
A friendly cottage style pub, serving fine ale and excellent pub food with beautiful finishing touches.
Stopped by for a quick drink! Big place, decorated beautifully! Very cosy and relaxed inside!The bar staff were friendly and helpful! Lovely big sofa to chill on aswell as lots of lovely homely features such as bookshelves ect! Good decking area outside and also fair sized garden with benches! Look forward to visiting it in summer!
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