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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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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The Falmouth Townhouse

The Falmouth Townhouse
A stylish boutique hotel and bar in the centre of Falmouth, fusing vintage modernist furniture with bespoke pieces and contemporary design.The Falmouth Townhouse hotel & bar is located in a fabulous town centre location. It ... More | visit website
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Gyllyngvase House

Gyllyngvase House
Gyllyngvase House Hotel offers quality accommodation and all the facilities of a small hotel. We are a friendly, family run hotel, and are situated 200m from the seafront at Gyllyngvase beach with Falmouth town centre ... More | 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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Falmouth Hotel

Falmouth Hotel

The Falmouth Hotel has a prime sea front location, overlooking the headland, Pendennis Castle and the sea on one side, with views over to the famous port on the other. The Falmouth Hotel offers ... More | Double Room: From £79 to £240 | visit website

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Royal Duchy Hotel

Royal Duchy Hotel

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Firmly established as Falmouth's premier and only four star hotel, The Royal Duchy is situated in a prime sea front location, with dramatic views across the bay.

Dining at the Royal ... More | Double Room: From £170

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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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Penmorvah Manor Hotel

Penmorvah Manor Hotel
Welcome to Penmorvah Manor Hotel, a family run estate in Falmouth where you can feel relaxed, pampered and at home, however long or short your stay with us. The space and comfort of the Victorian manor ... More | visit website
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Trelawne Hotel

Trelawne Hotel

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Trelawne Hotel is a unique 3 AA Star hotel, which has been run by the Gibbons Family for 37 years. The hotel ensures a warm and friendly welcome, in the ... More

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