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Its unique location opposite Hayle Estuary with immediate access to the beach and South West Coast Path.
Step out of your door and walk 200 metres down the pedestrian promenade.
12 Cannery Row is a luxury three-storey wharf house, located on the brand-new North Quay development in Hayle. It was recently featured in Livingetc - modern home and design and the luxury Drift Magazine.
This retreat is situated on an UNESCO World Heritage Site and directly overlooks Hayle's tidal harbour and estuary. Uniquely, the property also benefits from its own private adjacent mooring, for guests to enjoy.
12 Cannery Row is the perfect place to watch the fishing boats bob in at high tide, freshly caught lobster in tow, and to spot sea birds meandering the shallows when the tide is low. A waterside walkway leads under the ground floor balcony of Cannery Row to the mouth of the estuary and the three-mile expanse of golden sandy beach that stretches from Hayle Towans across to the iconic Godrevy Point beach in west Cornwall. Across the other side of the estuary lies the grassy fields of the West Cornwall Golf Club, with beautiful views across the sea. Hayle's town centre is home to a generous handful of beachfront eateries, from laid back cafes to fine dining restaurants, inviting you to sample the taste of the coastline through locally sourced ingredients.
A little further along the beach's shoreline you'll find Gwithian, with its flat open sand perfect for racing, kite flying and horse riding too - you'll often see ponies being taken for a canter in the shallows. Before long, Gwithian morphs into Godrevy and the iconic lighthouse stands proud on the skyline, rearing up from its rocky outcrop bright white against the sky. Famed for inspiring Virginia Woolf's novel To the Lighthouse, it's a feature of the landscape loved by locals, surfers and visitors alike. From here, the rugged coastline sweeps away from the beach and over the National Trust owned headland to the inaccessible Mutton Cove, home to a Grey seal colony.
Back in Hayle, the Saltings nature reserve is a prime place for murmurations in the shoulder months and Carbis Bay and St Ives are a short hop away by train. The ultimate scenic route, it clings to the coastline, promising photo-worthy vistas galore.
|22nd Oct - 28th Oct||£2540|
|29th Oct - 16th Dec||£1260|
|17th Dec - 24th Dec||£1260|
|New Year||£3535||2022||Price p/w|
|01st Jan - 10th Feb||£1260|
|11th Feb - 17th Feb||£1565|
|18th Feb - 31st Mar||£1260|
|01st Apr - 21st Apr||£2065|
|22nd Apr - 26th May||£1775|
|27th May - 02nd Jun||£3035|
|03rd Jun - 30th Jun||£2065|
|01st Jul - 07th Jul||£3015|
|08th Jul - 14th Jul||£3365|
|15th Jul - 01st Sep||£3535|
|02nd Sep - 08th Sep||£3035|
|09th Sep - 22nd Sep||£2035|
|23rd Sep - 20th Oct||£1315|
|21st Oct - 27th Oct||£3035|
|28th Oct - 15th Dec||£1260|
|16th Dec - 24th Dec||£1260|
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