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Pendennis Castle stands at the tip of the peninsula, at the mouth of the bay. From there, a low ridge divides the town into two sections. To the south, the residential district and its hotels overlook Falmouth Bay, while to the north the Old Town and its seafront face the Fal estuary (its Cornish name is Carrick Roads).

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Hotels Falmouth

  • Greenbank Hotel Four stars Four stars Four stars Four stars

    Harbour Side GB - Falmouth TR11 2SR

    Prix Prices from : 109 £

    With an impressive seafront location overlooking Falmouth Harbour, Greenbank Hotel offers panoramic views and traditional charm. There is a peaceful terrace, an innovative restaurant, free parking and free Wi-Fi. The spacious rooms at Greenbank are ..

  • St Michaels Hotel & Spa

    Gyllyngvase Beach, Seafront GB - Falmouth TR11 4NB

    Opposite Gyllyngvase Beach, St Michael's Hotel & Spa is a 15-minute walk from Falmouth Harbour. The 4-star hotel features an award-winning restaurant and a luxury spa. The stylish bedrooms have nautical decor, and each features a flat-screen TV and ..

  • The Oceanic Hotel

    1 Lansdowne Road GB - Falmouth TR11 4BE

    Located high on the peninsula just within 10 minutes’ walk from Events Square, Gylly Beach and Pendennis Castle, The Oceanic Hotel offers a luxuriously private retreat whilst being within easy reach of the town, restaurants, attractions and beaches. ..

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Restaurants Falmouth

  • Rick Stein's Seafood Bar Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Discovery Quay (1st floor) GB - Falmouth TR11 3XA

    Head upstairs for keenly priced and very fresh hot or cold 'tapas', which blends British and Spanish influences and uses prime local seafood. Grab a table or watch the kitchen action from a seat at the counter, and don't miss dessert.

  • Cove Quite comfortable and pleasant restaurant 

    Maenporth Beach GB - Maenporth TR11 5HN

    Bright, stylish restaurant in a smart glass-fronted building overlooking the beach, the cove and St Anthony's Head. The modern dining room is decorated in purple and there's a lovely split-level terrace with a retractable roof. Menus are contemporary..

  • Samphire Quite comfortable restaurant 

    36 Arwenack St GB - Falmouth TR11 3JF

    Informal restaurant in the heart of town with contemporary styling and oversized windows opening onto the street. Original, modern dishes with influences ranging from the Med to Asia. Fresh, local seafood and tasty Sunday roasts.

  • Flying Fish Comfortable restaurant 

    Gyllyngvase Beach GB - Falmouth TR11 4NB

    Glass-fronted hotel restaurant overlooking the bay, with cool, azure-blue décor and stylish, atmospheric lighting. Deli dishes, sandwiches and salads at lunch; more elaborate, adventurous dinner dishes. Warm, friendly service.

  • Harbourside Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Harbourside GB - Falmouth TR11 2SR

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