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The Old Quay House couldn’t be better located for exploring the delights that the West Cornwall area has to offer, with a plethora of things to see and do right on our doorstep. Explore the nearby beautiful seaside town of St Ives with its extraordinary clarity of light which has always attracted artists keen to capture the beauty of the pale sands and the quaint fishing village.
We are perfectly positioned on the South West Coast Path, and there is a great selection of golden beaches in St Ives, Carbis Bay, Lelant and Hayle to choose from. For those who like to get close to nature, you will not have to travel far, as the Inn lies at the head of the Hayle Estuary which is world renowned for its migratory birds and other wildlife.
The Old Quay House overlooks the beautiful RSPB Hayle Esturary Nature Reserve where in cold winters, as many as 18,000 birds have been sighted, because this most south westerly estuary in the UK and never freezes. During spring and autumn, it is an ideal place to see migrant wading birds, gulls and terns. In summer, if you are lucky, you may catch sight of an osprey.
Just off the A30 roundabout linking St Ives, (4 miles) and Hayle (1 mile), this is a perfect location for travelling throughout Cornwall. The Old Quay House is within easy reach of the county town of Truro and world class attractions such as the Eden Project and Cornwall’s exquisite gardens.
Lizard Adventure – Kayaking, coasteering, climbing and paddle boarding
Gwithian Academy – Surf lessons and hire
Pasty Adventures – Kite and windsurfing lessons
BK Fisheries – Coarse Fishing Lakes in Hayle
Blue Fin Charters – Sea Fishing Trips
Coast to Coast – Go Karting
Penwith Pitch and Putt – Crazy Golf, Pitch and Putt and Football Golf
From the Inn you can access some really lovely walks. You can join the South West Coast Path for stunning coastal views or why not take in some circular walks around Hayle and St Erth? Whilst staying, please feel free to ask our advice on our favourite local walks, or take a look at iWalk Cornwall.