FalmouthCopyright Chris Allen

Falmouth’s huge natural harbour has gifted it a history of maritime trade and adventure, celebrated in an excellent museum here. The sea’s riches also include drifter-dredged oyster beds, their fruits well worth seeking in the many restaurants and hotels here... Read More

A Visitor's View

falmouth, my favorite destination for 35 years. my family and ...More

Falmouth Events

January
Seniors Special
February
Seniors Special
March
FAMILIES - Minnows’ Tales
Spring Festival
May
Cornish Asparagus Festival
Cornish Food and Craft Fair
The Outdoor Screening Season - Pride and Prejudice
June
The Outdoor Screening Season - Master and Commander
August
Falmouth Tall Ships Regatta
Falmouth Week
Scrapheap Challenge!
Scrapheap Challenge!
The Outdoor Screening Season
September
Annual Exhibition
October
Falmouth Oyster Festival
November
Cornwall Film Festival
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Hotels in Falmouth - 51 places to stay

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Anacapri

Anacapri
The Anacapri Guest House has stunning sea views over Falmouth Bay. 16 Rooms all ensuite with licensed bar, lounge and sun terrace. Wi-fi in all areas.
Located in a beautiful spot overlooking Gyllyngvase Beach. Magnificent uninterrupted ... More | visit website
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Merchants Manor

Merchants Manor
With views across Falmouth Bay, Merchants Manor features a modern leisure club and an award-winning brasserie. Set in sub-tropical gardens, the spacious rooms have satellite TV and free WiFi. A 15 yrd heated indoor swimming ... More | Double Room: From £54.50 | visit website
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Greenbank Hotel (The)

Greenbank Hotel (The)

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The Greenbank Hotel is Falmouth's oldest, and the only hotel on the water's edge of one of the world's largest and deepest natural harbours. Dating from the mid-seventeenth century and with its ... More | Double Room: From £50

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St Michael's Hotel & Spa

St Michael

With stunning sea views across the bay, St Michael’s Hotel & Spa is opposite Falmouth’s sandy, “Blue Flag” beach, set within its own four acres of picturesque sub –tropical gardens. A £3.5 Million rejuvenation programme ... More | visit website

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Tudor Court Guest House

Tudor Court Guest House

Tudor Court Guest House has been lovingly maintained to create a modern version of Edwardian elegance, with an emphasis on comfort for our guests. We are open all year round offering bed and breakfast accommodation.

Ideally situated ... More | visit website

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Falmouth Beach Resort Hotel

Falmouth Beach Resort Hotel

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Situated opposite the beautiful Gyllyngvase Beach in Falmouth, Cornwall, the hotel is just 45 minutes away from the Eden Project and enjoys a panoramic coastal view to the Lizard Peninsula. Ideally ... More

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Rosslyn Hotel

Rosslyn Hotel

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The Rosslyn Hotel is a Victorian built Hotel which has been tastefully refurbished and upgraded while still retaining many of its original features. Just a ten minute stroll from the ... More

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Broadmead Hotel

Broadmead Hotel

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The Broadmead Hotel is a select, privately owned hotel of charm and character. Situated overlooking the beautiful Kimberley Park, with its myriad of ever changing colours throughout the seasons. The ... More

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Rosemullion

Rosemullion
Mock tudor style house offering quality room and breakfast. Ground floor rooms available. Two rooms with balcony and rooms with sea view. Many rooms have king size beds. All rooms have freeview televisions, tea and ... More | Double Room: Double/king bed - £70 to £88 | visit website
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Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River

Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River
This privately owned award winning luxury hotel offers outstanding leisure facilities which include a spectacular indoor swimming pool, sauna, outdoor hot tub, natural health spa, 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, private foreshore and AA rosette ... More | visit website

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