You’ve been through our website, seen the pictures and are ready for a chat with us. Talk to us about a booking, the local area, the nappies you forgot to add to your online shop, what the surf is doing or just a catch up, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.

We can be contacted in many ways, phone, email, social channels or snail mail – you decide.

Telephone: 01736 798178

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: facebook.com/hawkespoint

Twitter: twitter.com/hawkespoint

Google+: plus.google.com/+HawkespointCoUkCornwall/posts

Snail mail: 7 West Stables, Foundry Farm, Foundry Lane, Hayle, TR27 4DW

OPENING HOURS
Monday to Friday 0900-1730

If you are a guest who requires assistance out of office hours please call: 07778496725. Unfortunately we are unable to accept any booking or general enquiries on this number.

 

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HOLIDAYS THROUGH THE SEASONS

Winter, spring, autumn and summer - which will you pick?

Four seasons, but which to choose? Winter is the time for curling up by cosy pub fires, hot chocolates with marshmallows overlooking your favourite beach and having the space to roam around without the hustle and bustle. Autumn has great festivals, bursting sunsets and great waves, whilst spring sees Cornwall’s infamous subtropical gardens come to life and days getting longer all the time. Perhaps it is all about the summer, being on the beach, eating al fresco and making the most of those fabulously long days. 

Whichever you choose, Hawkes Point will look after your needs and Cornwall will remain beautiful. 

Four seasons, but which to choose? Winter is the time for curling up by cosy pub fires, hot chocolates with marshmallows overlooking your favourite beach and having the space to roam around without the hustle and bustle. Autumn has great festivals, bursting sunsets and great waves, whilst spring sees Cornwall’s infamous subtropical gardens come to life and days getting longer all the time. Perhaps it is all about the summer, being on the beach, eating al fresco and making the most of those fabulously long days.