Falmouth Travel guide
Falmouth : Michelin's recommendations
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).
Tourist attractions Falmouth : Things to see and do
Cliff Road GB - Falmouth TR11 4AW
The sea front runs for over 1 km from Greenbank Quay to Prince of Wales Quay. The 18C houses and warehouses overlook the river.
2 Bell's Court GB - Falmouth
The Cornwall Maritime Museum documents local maritime history (smuggling, myths and superstition, shipbuilding industry)
66-68 Kimberley Park Road GB - Falmouth TR11 2DD
Prix Prices from : 37 £
The Broadmead Hotel is a small family owned and run hotel offering 12 tastefully decorated individual bedrooms all with en-suite facilities,two of which are on the ground floor. The owners and their staff achieve high standards of comfort and service..
Seafront GB - Falmouth TR114NA
Prix Prices from : 55 £
Experience Best Western by the beachside! Our excellent location lets guests enjoy panoramic coastal views across to the Lizard Peninsula, with just as much scenery inside too! BEST WESTERN Falmouth Beach Hotel's evening table d'hote & carvery menus ..
58 Kimberley Park Road GB - Falmouth TR11 2DD
The Park View Townhouse overlooks Kimberley Park and is an easy walk into Falmouth town centre, the harbour and beaches. Each room at Park View features an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen digital TV with Freeview and a DAB radio. Some rooms are on ..
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.
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.
Harbourside GB - Falmouth TR11 2SR
28 Arwenack St GB - Falmouth TR11 3JB
High street bistro with bright blue décor; watch the world go by through the ground floor window. The focus is on seafood, with quality local produce used in simple, classically inspired dishes. Friendly service.
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.