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The Penellen Bed and Breakfast Hayle, St Ives Bay

Beautiful Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Hayle, St Ives Bay, Cornwall with the most spectacular sea views. At our Bed and Breakfast Hayle we believe that if you are coming to the seaside then you want to see the sea from your guest accommodation - all of our bedrooms have sea views overlooking St Ives Bay to St Ives, Cornwall with either front facing balconies or Juliet balconies to further enhance those sea views.

Enjoy our fantastic Atlas Conservatory with plenty of guest seating overlooking the beach and sea. You WILL be amazed (you may even see the Dolphins)!

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Tide Times & Heights for St. Ives on 15th November 2018

03:39 - Low Tide (2.61m)
09:53 - High Tide (5.10m)
16:28 - Low Tide (2.64m)
22:26 - High Tide (4.76m)
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Enjoy a restful night at the Penellen waking up to the beautiful uninterrupted views of St Ives Bay. Start your day with a full cooked breakfast in our dining room before exploring the beautiful coast path, exploring coves and absorbing the local history.

The Penellen Bed & Breakfast is located right on the coast in Hayle on St Ives Bay and serves as the perfect base location for exploring the whole of Cornwall.

We are right next to the sea. No more trudging miles, we are 50 yards from the beach.

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The local area

The Penellen is located right on the coast in Hayle on St Ives Bay just 2 miles from the A30 in Hayle, Cornwall. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings St Ives Bay has to offer with beautiful scenic coastal walks and golden sandy beaches. With so many attractions in Cornwall there is something for almost everybody from beaches, walks & tours, art galleries, family days out and more.

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  • Autumn in Cornwall Autumn in Cornwall

    Autumn is a wonderful time of year with the changing season we see beautiful autumnal colours adorning our landscapes and some of the most spectacular and romantic sunsets in the UK.

    A fantastic place to visit all-year-round Cornwall shines in Autumn with beautiful scenery and very low crowd levels in popular locations.

    Towards the end of the month Halloween celebrations pop up throughout the region suitable for all the family.

    Here’s just a few ways to enjoy autumn in Cornwall.

    1. Autumn colors throughout the forests and woodlands.

    The spectacular autumnal colors in Cornwall’s Forests and Woodlands make them completely unmissable. Thanks to Cornwall’s excellent countryside and woodlands managed by a range of organizations including Forestry Commission, National Trust, Cornwall Wildlife Trust, The Woodland Trust and Duchy of Cornwall.

    Meander through beautiful forests and woodland to absorb the beautiful Cornish countryside.

    1. Enjoy beautiful Cornish villages in Autumn light

    With the crowds of the summer now left autumn is the best time to enjoy popular tourist villages, often having them all to yourself.

    Take in the views from one of many of the small coffee shops and restaurants while enjoying a Cornish cream tea.

    Visiting St Ives this time of year ensures you get the most out of your stay. Keeping warm while exploring the beautiful sea-port town is easily achieved by tasting the local delicacies along with the famous freshly-baked Cornish Pasty from one of the many award-winning bakeries.

    1. A must-see Coastline

    Our Cornish coastline stretches over 400 miles, the longest of any county in the UK. With a range of landscapes to enjoy from Rocky Cliffs, sandy beaches, historic tin mines and sweeping moorlands.

    1. Poldark’s Cornwall

    Filming of the hugely popular BBC One series, Poldark is taking place this Autumn with the popular Aidan Turner along with the rest of the fabulous cast ready for the final season. Fans can watch the filming from one of the many locations around the Cornish coast, just remember to arrive early as it gets very popular.

    1. Make the most of the local delicacies

    Cornwall is well known for it’s excellent food and drink, with food festivals across the region. Sample some of the mouth-watering recipes from some of the famous Chefs in Cornwall along with fresh produce from a range of local producers. Autumn is an excellent time to celebrate all things foodie in Cornwall.

    1. Halloween!

    The excellent Eden Project once again has an excellent event for families of all ages during the October half-term. Running from 20th October until 4th November the Eden Project is hosting it’s HallowEden event inviting visitors to enjoy a mysterious world full of magical beasts and mythical creatures.

    With events running throughout each day, explore the gardens and you may even come face-to-face with a Dragon!

    Google Halloweden for more information.

    Enjoy a visit to Cornwall this Autumn

    Fancy enjoying a quiet and calm visit to Cornwall this autumn? Stay for 7 nights in beautiful sea-view accommodation in Hayle near St Ives from just £80 per night including locally sourced breakfast. Save by booking direct today!


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  • Visit Cornwall Members 2018 & 2019 Visit Cornwall Members 2018 & 2019

    The Penellen Bed and Breakfast join Visit Cornwall as members for the 2018 and 2019 season.

    Visit Cornwall is the official tourist board for Cornwall offering a wealth of information to help holiday makers enjoy their stay in Cornwall.

    Looking for information on Poldark filming locations? Maybe local days out or events in local towns, Visit Cornwall’s What’s On Calendar and attractions map can help you plan and make the most of your holiday.

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  • Late Summer Fun in Cornwall Late Summer Fun in Cornwall

    With the summer crowds gone and children back at school, September gives visitors a chance to explore the popular areas of Cornwall with lower crowd levels. The extended summer weather means September will be an ideal time to explore.

    Late summer colours are starting to appear creating beautiful, colourful sunsets with purple heather and wild flowers adorning the coastal paths. The coastal path heading from Hayle to Godrevy is beautiful this time of year with a warm breeze and unique scenery.

    South East Cornwall Walking Festival

    A great way to absorb Cornwall is to walk some of it’s beautiful coastal paths. From the 8th September the South East Cornwall Walking Festival gives you the chance to experience natural Cornwall with stunning views and heritage.

    Ideal for keen hikers and casual walkers, events run almost every day where hikers can absorb the local scenery including locations featured on Poldark, historic stone circles, beautiful Cornish gardens and the south West Coast Path.

    The South East Cornwall Walking Festival runs from September 16th to 23rd.

    Looe Music Festival

    Enjoy the last few weeks of the summer with the September Music Fesitval in Looe. Over three days in September, the port of Looe becomes host to a myriad of music, entertainment and culture. Looe Music Festival takes place in the heart of town with main stages on the beach and around the harbour. Headliners for 2018 include The Stranglers & The Waterboys.

    Looe Music Festival runs from 21st to 23rd September.

    Cycle the Camel Trail

    Late summer and early autumn is a beautiful time to enjoy cycling along the Camel Trail. The Camel Trail gives families easy access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line that runs from the edge of Bodmin Moor, into Bodmin and onto Wadebridge and ending in Padstow.

    The end of summer blooms and the autumnal changing colours enhance the enjoyment of the trail as it passes through some of the most spectacular countryside in the South West.

    Poldark Filming Locations

    Beautiful locations made popular by the BBC One series Poldark are perfect for visiting in September with lower crowd levels. Filming locations include Church Cove Gunwalloe, Botallack, Charlestown areas of Bodmin Moor and Ross Poldark’s cottage, Nampara.

    The season to visit.

    The lower crowd levels and beautiful scenery make visiting Cornwall in September a relaxing and calming holiday. The ideal time to enjoy the excellent Cornish coast and South West Coast Path as well as many of Cornwall’s beautiful towns.

    The Penellen Bed and Breakfast is located at the heart of Cornwall in the coastal town of Hayle. With easy access to main access routes and beautiful sea views our bed and breakfast is in the perfect location to access all of Cornwall’s excellent locations.

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Accommodation Hayle, St Ives Bay

At The Penellen Bed and Breakfast Hayle we are 100 yards from the golden sandy beach of St Ives Bay. We have PROPER sea views and not just "glimpses". You can see the beautiful sandy beach and the sea from The Penellen. We truly are a B&B with the sea on it's doorstep.

Our guest accommodation is an AA 4* rated bed and breakfast and we have just been awarded the prestigious AA 4* Silver Award and we are also an AA Friendliest B&B Finalist. We are probably in the best location in St Ives Bay as we overlook the bay towards St Ives, Cornwall. We have unrivalled & spectacular panoramic sea and coastal views over to St Ives, Cornwall and the three miles of golden sandy beach in Hayle which stretches right round to the lighthouse at Godrevy.

Due to the fantastic feedback on our Juliet Balconies, and the stunning sea views you get, we decided to add that little bit more, and so now we are delighted to say that Rooms 1 and 2 now have front facing balconies so you can sit outside on the balcony and watch the activity on the beach. We have Juliet Balconies on Rooms 3, 4 and 5. The views are fantastic.

The Penellen Bed and Breakfast is Wi-Fi enabled in all bedrooms – our Wi-Fi is FREE - please ask us for more details.

You will have the beach and sea right on your doorstep. We are only 100 yards from the sea and the sandy beach. You can watch for hours whilst families play on the beach and in the sea. No more walking for ages to get to the sea for you, you are literally there. Whilst everyone else goes back to their places of stay, you can stay as long as you want because that is where you live for all your holiday stay.

You will love our seaside views as we have probably the best position in the St Ives Bay area, lying just 10 yards from the Cornwall Coastal path and just 100 yards from three miles of golden sandy beach of St Ives Bay, Cornwall. For panoramic views of St Ives and Carbis Bay, then the Penellen Bed & Breakfast is just for you. Our bed and breakfast is the ideal setting to watch the surfers and sometimes even the dolphins jumping in St Ives Bay and the little fishing boats from Hayle harbour going out to sea. We are just a few moments from the sandy beach and the deep blue sea of St Ives Bay, Hayle.

If you are looking for Bed and Breakfast near St Ives Cornwall, then come and visit our guest accommodation at the Penellen Bed & Breakfast. We have stunning views overlooking St Ives Bay to St Ives Cornwall – the centre of St Ives is just about 5 miles away from our Bed & Breakfast guest accommodation.

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Our superb bed and breakfast in St Ives Bay, Hayle has 5 first floor guest bedrooms, they all have fantastic sea views and en-suite facilities in every bedroom. With our outside patio area overlooking the sea and beach of St Ives Bay, Cornwall, what better place to sit and take in some of the best breath taking views that Cornwall has to offer of St Ives Bay and St Ives Cornwall whilst enjoying your breakfast coffee or an afternoon bottle of wine.

Our bed & breakfast St Ives Bay, Hayle is an ideal base whether you are travelling for pleasure or business. We are close to the A30 which gives you easy access to the whole of Cornwall and all the fantastic places it has to offer.

For bed and Breakfast near to St Ives Cornwall, with superb sea, beach and coastal views - overlooking St Ives Bay towards St Ives then we are hard to beat. There's no need to worry about parking either, we have ample FREE parking at our bed & breakfast so park the car, leave the car and enjoy. No more trudging half a mile to the coast.

We also provide a fridge for our guests to keep their refreshments in.

We try to source all our produce from local Cornish suppliers. Our milk is produced locally from at Trewithen Dairy Farm in Lostwithiel – happy healthy Cornish cows. Our large free range eggs are supplied by Ventonwyn Farm in Truro. If it’s produced in Cornwall then we probably have it.

We are a friendly Bed & Breakfast and we have won an AA Award for being a finalist in the Friendliest B&B Category.

We have two FAMILY ROOMS. Our family rooms also have stunning views over the bay to St Ives Cornwall. The family room consists of a double bed and single bed. If you are looking for a family room, or a double room, then the Penellen Bed and Breakfast has it all.

Close to the Penellen we have Paradise Park - it's literally a stones throw away. If you are going to visit St Ives, it is well worth taking the train from Lelant, the train journey has the most amazing sea and coastal views.

We look forward to seeing you soon!!!

Address: The Penellen Bed and Breakfast, 64 Riviere Towans, Phillack, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 5AF
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