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“Seals!!”
Review of Mutton Cove

Ranked #6 of 18 things to do in Hayle
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Reviewed April 23, 2014 via mobile

This is a great place to visit if you like to see seals in the wild! There was around 25 seals on the sand sunbathing and you're not close to disturb them but close enough to see them! £4 parking for the day in peak times but if you get these early evening you probably won't pay. Free in the winter! Hidden gem.!

3  Thank Vicky R
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Reviewed September 13, 2013 via mobile

Mutton Cove and nearby Godrevy place must be two of the nicest, most beautiful places ever in the UK. I have been to Mutton Cove several times now to see the seals and it is so peaceful, I could sit there all day and watch them basking in the sun and swimming in the sea. A must if you're in the area.

3  Thank Twiglet88
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Reviewed June 22, 2013 via mobile

Really nice little cove, good beach to walk around on, caves to explore, nice little cafe etc to visit. beautiful :)

4  Thank 19danielle90
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Reviewed March 26, 2013

Great beauty spot and delightful sight - over 100 seals (including some cute baby seals) basking on the beach in the cove - even on a very cold March day. Parking nearby (Nat Trust). Godrevy Cafe - just a 5 min walk away for delicious snacks and meals and a safe sandy beach about 15 min walk. A wonderful free attraction for all ages.

5  Thank Jill W
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Reviewed September 10, 2012

This is just part of a fine coastal walk,get out of the car,take a packed lunch and wander off into this magic north cliff area.
Not easy for those with a mobility problem but if on sticks it is easily{with effort} managable, certainly not wheel chair wise.
Try it at the setting of the sun,better still at sun rise...............wonderfull.

4  Thank RoyL65
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