Established in 1838, the White Hart Hotel is an elegant building situated at the centre of the town of Hayle, Cornwall. Our rooms are tastefully decorated, all en-suite, and original artworks adorn the walls.
We offer a range of single, twin, double and family rooms. Find out more about and see some of our rooms.
It is an ideal base for exploring west Cornwall.
The hotel was constructed in 1838 by the shipyard and foundry owner, Henry Harvey for his sister Jane, who married famous Cornish engineer, Richard Trevithick. Due to an increase in business, this was designed to replace the smaller hotel, built in 1824, which is now used as the Masonic Hall.
The restaurant at the White Hart is hung with original artworks, mouldings from Harveys foundry, and quirky antiques.
It is open seven days a week: 12-2pm for lunch, and 6-8.30pm in the evenings. Our chef uses locally sourced produce wherever possible to create a wide selection of delicious home-made meals. We have an extensive à la carte menu along with lighter meals, bar snacks and desserts.
Hayle has its own harbour, and we support local fishermen, stocking the freshest catches that day. This often includes scallops, cod, mackerel, crayfish, lobsters, crabs and much much more. This changes every day depending on what the ocean has offered up. Please call us for availability.
We are proud of our extensively stocked bar, which has something for all tastes.
Contact: 01736 752322 TR27 4HQ