- Hotels in Falmouth
Hotels in Falmouth
Falmouth has been shaped and influenced by its strong connection to the sea. Combining a fascinating maritime heritage and modern creativity, Falmouth is building a name for itself as one of the South West’s leading cultural and festival destinations.
Whether you're seeking a luxury escape or a quaint coastal retreat, Falmouth's hotels offer a wide range of options to suit every taste.
Hotels in Falmouth
Add a touch of luxury to your visit with a stay at one of Falmouth's hotels. Think afternoon tea in the Cornish sunshine, afternoons of relaxation at the spa, delicious meals at the hotel's restaurants, and a perfect night's sleep. Whatever you need to make your holiday extra special, you'll find it at a hotel in Falmouth.
In the town, you'll be met by an array of independent boutiques and craft shops, a weekly local produce market, and a plethora of restaurants, cafes and bars. You'll be spoilt for choice with which beach to visit first, and you'll certainly want to learn more about the town's rich maritime history.
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Dogs are allowed on Castle Beach, Gyllyngnvase Beach, Swanpool Beach & Meanporth all year except from 1st July - 31st August when then are not allowed between 10am - 6pm.
Cornwall's south coast tends to be quieter than the north with its vast sandy beaches and great surf. Instead you will find picturesque fishing villages, and the occasional sandy cove. Families can still enjoy a traditional “bucket-and-spade” holiday at places like Looe or Pentewan, whilst others might prefer the yachting meccas of Fowey, Falmouth or St Mawes.
With beautiful scenery around every corner and vibrant towns and villages full of great places to eat and drink, we are sure you will want to return again and again to the south coast of Cornwall.
The mild climate caused by the Gulf steam means the south side of Cornwall has some fantatstic gardens to visit. Perhaps the best known are the Lost Gardens of Heligan near Mevagissey. Come in the spring and be blown away by the colours...
Down near Falmouth there's Trebah and Glendurgan, sitting side by side and running down valleys to the Helford Passage, there a must if your in that area.
Smaller gardens such as Pinetum Park and the Hidden Garden are on the outskirts of St Austell. as is the Eden Project, not technically a garden, more a environmental wonderland!
And if you're in the far east of Cornwall, a visit to Mt Edgcumbe Country Park should be on your list, and allow a day to do the place justice. The formal gardens are amazing, and then there's the deerpark and all the rest of the surrounding countryside.
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