Find Us

Madhatters Bed and Breakfast
73 Fore Street
TR27 4DX

We are situated in the middle of Hayle. Please see our map below for directions.

As you leave the A30 (heading west) at Loggans Moor roundabout take the fourth exit for Hayle.  We are on the left hand side of the road situated in the main high street.  We overlook the beautiful Hayle Estuary which is popular for Birdwatchers and close to the beaches for those keen on surfing.

About the Area

Hayle, Land’s End & St Ives, Cornwall

Hayle is the ideal location for touring Penwith and the Land’s End Peninsula. Hayle is famous for its three miles of golden beaches, lovely coastal walks and the estuary. The town was once a busy trading port which following its decline has become an internationally renowned habitat for wading birds – featuring on many TV documentaries. From Autumn to spring, the area is an ideal location for bird-watching.

A few miles to the west, you can explore the beauty of St. Ives, with its narrow streets and picturesque beaches. A park and ride facility is available at St Erth Railway Station just a couple of miles away and you can enjoy one of the most scenic railway journeys available. St. Ives has a Mediterranean feel, a ‘must see’ destination for all visitors to Cornwall.

Within 40 minutes of Hayle, you will find many of Cornwall’s best attractions; the awe inspiring beauty of Porthcurno and The Minack Theatre, the beautiful Lizard Peninsula; the equally rugged and picturesque Land’s End and of course Truro, Penzance and Falmouth with National Maritime Museum.

There are plenty of National Trust properties to enjoy in Cornwall all within close proximity to Hayle, featuring some picturesque gardens, mining sites and historic houses.

Further afield, you can explore the delights of The Eden Project, (just a 45 min drive from Hayle) one of England’s top five visitor attractions.

Eden Project, Cornwall

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