Hotels in Hayle
Hayle was once a major port in the past, feeding the growth and exports of the Cornish Tin Min activity with the manufacture of boilers though the local iron foundries. Hayle was also famous for one of the worlds first steam lines running from Hayle to Redruth, owing much of this then new travel to the equally famous Richard Trevithick.
Today, the town is in a great position for touring the west of cornwall with beaches and places of interest in abundance, it is also just off the main trunk road (A30) and although a long drive down into Cornwall access is otherwise very good.
If you cannot find suitable hotels in Hayle, you may want to consider nearby Carbis Bay and St Ives