Situated near the northern coastline, the towns of Camborne, Redruth, and Hayle are prime holiday hot spots for tourists looking to get the most out of their trip to Cornwall. Just a short drive to a multitude of sandy beaches and within reach of numerous golf courses, family attractions, and historic sites, it is easy to see why this area attracts so many visitors each year.
HomeAway has a diverse selection of holiday cottages in Camborne, Redruth, and Hayle to choose from. Perfect for a weekend getaway or a long summer holiday, these holiday cottages boast between one to six bedrooms, and with rates starting at just over £250 per week, holiday cottages in Camborne, Redruth, and Hayle are an affordable alternative to similar holiday accommodation in St. Ives. Each holiday property has been lovingly furnished to a high standard and contains everything a visitor would need to feel right at home, in addition to any number of amenities including easy access to the sea, Wi-Fi, BBQ equipment, and more.
-Beach: Visitors staying in a holiday cottage in Hayle will be close to the St. Ives Bay, which is home to a wonderful stretch of golden sand. Beautiful Portreath Beach is a short drive from both Redruth and holiday homes in Camborne. Popular with surfers and families alike, Portreath Beach is a convenient seaside destination with plenty of cafés and other amenities just a short walk away in the charming village of Portreath.
-Outdoor activities: Camborne, Redruth, and Hayle are all very near to the Godrevy-Portreath Heritage Coast, which is full outdoor trails to explore. Visitors staying in the area will also find themselves close to the South West Coast Path. The 630-mile trail straddles the South West coast of the UK and offers amazing scenery across walks ranging from easy to extremely challenging.
-Golf: Tehidy Golf Club, with its 18-hole parkland course, is just a few miles from Redruth and has very modest green fees. Hayle Golf Range, located in Hayle, is a fun place to hit a few balls. Serious golfers will probably want to visit West Cornwall Golf Club. Located between Hayle and St. Ives, there is a very challenging 18-hole course here that dates back to the 19th century and offers stunning views of the sea.
-Family attractions: Hayle is home to Paradise Park, which is a lovely animal park where visitors can get up close to hundreds of different parrots as well as farm animals. Families choosing a holiday cottage in Redruth can enjoy Treasure Park, home to a 9-hole mini golf course for kids, a pottery studio, and many other activities to keep little ones entertained. A little further afield in Falmouth, families can learn about Cornwall’s maritime heritage at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.
Much like the rest of Cornwall, the weather in and around Camborne, Redruth, and Hayle remains pleasantly mild throughout the year. In the summer months, particularly in July and August, high temperatures into the 20s are not uncommon. Spring and autumn are chilly, with temperatures reaching into the low and mid-teens. In the winter, cold weather is accompanied by a generous amount of rain.
All three of these towns are conveniently located right off the A30, making them very easy to reach by car. Each town also has its own rail station, meaning that they can all be accessed via public transport from pretty much anywhere in the UK. If travelling from far away, another option would be to fly into Newquay Cornwall Airport, and make a 30 - 45 minute drive to a holiday cottage in Camborne, Redruth, or Hayle.