The Cornish Arms is a delightful 19th Century Inn situated in Hayle, near the banks of Copperhouse Pool. Originally part of a brewery, the building is of historical interest and sections are grade II listed.
Welcoming bar staff, serving a wide selection of gins, Cornish beer and cider. The restaurant is first rate. Booking is a must for the weekend. They also have various activities throughout the week. www.cornisharmshayle.co.uk
The Bucket of Blood
Great food and friendly staff, advisable to book in high season as this popular venue can get busy.
The Bluff Inn
Brilliant spot to watch the sun set over St Ives with a glass of your favourite tipple. Really good value food but can get busy. Popular with families as has games room for the kids.
Cooks Fish and Chips
Just inside the entrance to Haven Holidays, they sell amazing fish and chips.
Serving local produce as and when available, perfect for a light bite and a cocktail. www.salt-hayle.co.uk/
A little gem tucked away in an unassuming location, will alter any dish to your liking. Very friendly owner. www.grameentandoori.co.uk
No trip to Hayle would be complete without trying a Philps pasty. Take a wander down one morning. www.philpspasties.co.uk
Try a Sunday roast! You will need to walk two lengths of the beach for that one! www.rosewarnemanor.co.uk
For a coffee and a cake after walking the length of the beach, serve lovely mussels too. They also have a free mini bus service from Hayle. See the website for more details www.therockpoolbar.co.uk
Near the beach a short walk down from the site. They serve hot/cold drinks, ice creams and other hot/cold snacks.
Sanders Fish and Chips
Very good fish and chip restaurant
This is one of our very favourite eateries and we always make time to visit for a nibble. Try the salt and pepper squid with green mango salad, delicious. http://www.kotakai.co.uk/
A fantastic beachside surf shack serving drinks and snacks