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A small town and port nestled in St. Ives Bay, to the west of Cornwall.

Visit the excellent 3-mile long sandy beach

Stretching from the Hayle Estuary to Godrevy Point

Stargazy Garden is ideally located in the Cornish seaside town of Hayle, just 7.5 miles from the harbour town of St. Ives. The house is situated within walking distance of three miles of golden sands in the stunning St Ives Bay area and the famous Godrevy lighthouse and surfing beach. There is a bus route nearby to access St Ives, Penzance and other local places of interest. Shops are within walking distance!

With Newquay only 23.6miles away, no wonder we are ideally situated for holiday makers wanting to visit Cornwall.

Useful Information

Hosts Sharon, Lee and daughter Chloe have lived here for twelve years, with their two very friendly dogs, Max (collie cross), Teddy (golden retriever) and Martha the tabby cat. Their love of gardening can be clearly seen in the layout of their special, tranquil and secluded garden. They have both been in the hospitality industry for the last 30 years and one of them is always available to assist with any queries you may have. Here are some additional guides for you to have a look at:

Cornwall Beach Guide – Hayle Beach Guide, with information on things like nearby Mexico Towans Beach for example.

Visit Cornwall – A guide to St Ives – A guide on Things To Do, Beaches, What’s On, Food & Drink.

How about an Insiders Guide to St Ives? – Things to do, Arts, Eat, Travel, Fashion, Beauty, Kids.

Staying in Cornwall, A Guide to Hayle – A useful locals guide about all things Hayle.

What’s Nearby

  • Carbis Bay
    2.7 miles
  • Tate St. Ives
    3.8 miles
  • St Michael’s Mount
    6.1 miles


  • Supermarket  Lidl
    0.5 miles
  • Supermarket  Marks and Spencers
    0.5 miles
  • Supermarket  Asda
    0.9 miles

Pubs & Restaurants

  • Chandlers Fish & Chips
    0.5 miles
  • The Cornish Arms
    0.6 miles
  • Black Lobster
    1.8 miles

Why “Stargazy” Garden?

It all comes down to a pie!

Stargazy Pie is a traditional Cornish dish, originating in Mousehole, Cornwall. This pie is normally eaten during the festival of Tom Bawcock’s Eve.

On a very stormy winter’s day, Tom Bawcock had an awesome catch of fish.  His entire catch was allegedly baked into a massive Stargazy Pie which supposedly saved the village from starvation. This pie story has more recently been made popular in a children’s book called The Mousehole Cat.

The cabin is warm, spacious, and immaculately clean

Free Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Private Bar
Sleeps 2
Walk to Beach
No Smoking