Cheap Hotels in Falmouth
Opposite The Princess Pavilion, Tregenna Guest House features a spacious sun terrace and 4-star rooms with harbour views. With free parking and free Wi-Fi, included in the rate guests will receive a full breakfast including: a full cooked Cornish breakfast and a self-service breakfast buffet. The individually designed rooms at Tregenna features private facilities and all rooms offer tea and coffee facilities, a TV and hairdryer, and many have views across Falmouth Harbour. Tregenna Guest House serves a full English breakfast each morning in the bright conservatory. There is also a large sun terrace with ample seating and a TV lounge. Just 5 minutes’ walk from Falmouth Town Railway Station, Tregenna House is a 10-minute walk from The Cornwall Maritime Museum. Falmouth’s sandy beach is also just 10 minutes’ walk, and Falmouth Golf Club is a 5-minute drive away.
The Westcott is an adults-only accommodation offering relaxing rooms, comfortable beds, immaculate bathrooms, fresh linens, fluffy towels, welcoming guest areas, free Wi-Fi and a complimentary cooked breakfast with plenty of choice. These are the essentials that The Westcott combine with the highest standards of personal service. This is what The Westcott is all about. They want to make your stay in Falmouth one to remember. The Westcott is set in a great location with Falmouth Sea Front and the Blue Flag, Gyllyngvase Beach at the end of the road. Falmouth town centre is an easy 10 to 15 minutes stroll with its wide range of shops, boutiques, galleries, cafes and waterfront pubs and restaurants. Falmouth Town Station is a gentle 10 minutes walk away. Limited free parking is available on site or free, unrestricted, parking is available in the surrounding streets.
Situated in Falmouth, The Observatory Guest House offers free onsite parking. Dating back to 1884, the spacious property is just 15 minutes' walk from Falmouth Harbour. Each room includes a TV, a seating area, and tea and coffee making facilities.The private bath or shower rooms include a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The Observatory Guest House is 800 metres from the historic Pendennis Castle. Guests can enjoy boat trips to Truro, Malpas, Trelissick Gardens, and Tolverne. Trips across the Helford River lead to the famous Frenchman's Creek. The area surrounding The Observatory Guest House offers sandy beaches. St Michael's Mount is just 22 miles away.
Set in a beautiful, unspoilt corner of Cornwall, the charming family-run Trelawne Hotel is set just 10 minutes’ drive from Falmouth. It offers unrivalled panoramic views over Falmouth Bay over to Rosemullion Headland. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire property. Rooms have either stunning sea views or attractive views of the hotel grounds and surrounding countryside. All include crisp, white cotton linen and en suite bathrooms. The on-site restaurant offers fresh, seasonal and locally produced food and overlooks Falmouth Bay. Trelawne also offers a licensed bar and a comfortable guest lounge with pleasant views. Maenporth Beach, with its popular cafe, bar and restaurant, is just a 5 minutes’ walk away. The village of Mawnan Smith, home to the outstanding sub-tropical gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan, is within walking distance or a short drive. The Trelawne Hotel offers free Wi-Fi in public areas and ample free private parking is available on site. The hotel is 10 minutes' drive from the University campus.
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Hotels in Falmouth
Falmouth is a beautiful seaside town on the south coast of Cornwall, in the west of England. With a rich maritime history, as well as a thriving contemporary art scene, the town has plenty of interesting visits to do all year round. Moreover, Falmouth has some of the best beaches in the UK and is surrounded by stunning countryside, making it a fabulous place for a holiday.
The sandy beaches are, of course, one of the main reasons to visit Cornwall, and Falmouth has some of the best, all just a stone's throw away from the town centre.
Located just a short walk away from Pendennis Castle, which we'll come to later, Castle Beach is the best location for wildlife. Buy some nets and buckets for the kids and let them explore the fascinating rock pools by the water's edge, while you relax further up the beach with a good book.
For more conventional sun, sea and sand, Gyllyngvase Beach is the place to be. There is plenty of room to lay down your towel and pop into the water for an occasional dip. If you're feeling a bit thirsty or peckish, the Gylly Beach CafÃ© has everything you could want, from delicious coffee to excellent homemade cake and, of course, piles of chips.
If you're after a more secluded spot for an invigorating swim, Maenporth Beach, just a short walk from the more popular beaches, is where you want to go. This lovely stretch of sand is enclosed in a scenic bay and surrounded by luscious woodland, perfect for an evening stroll.
Though it might be tempting to spend all your time in Falmouth on one of its wonderful beaches, it would be a shame to miss its multitude of great attractions. The town is full of incredible old buildings and a walk by the harbour on a summer's evening is an unforgettable endeavour.
As a way of killing two beautiful birds with one stone, on the way to Castle Beach, pop in to Pendennis Castle, one of the finest fortresses in all of England. Built by Henry VIII, the castle now has a first-class Discovery Centre where kids and parents alike can explore the area's history using interactive exhibits.
Back in the harbour, learn more about Falmouth's maritime heritage at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Opened in 2003, the museum is an architectural marvel and houses an incredible collection of boats from over the years. There is also an underwater observation window, where you can see all that goes on underneath the boats in the harbour.
After taking a step back in to Falmouth's past, jump headlong in to its exciting present. The town has a thriving arts scene and is home to Falmouth University, which specialises in Art and Design.
The award-winning Falmouth Art Gallery, which is free to enter, has one of the South West's leading collections. The regular programme of special exhibitions is joined by the works of British greats such as Henry Scott-Tuke and Sir Alfred Munnings.
This being the world's third-largest natural deep water harbour, Falmouth is also a seafood paradise. Make sure you visit The Shack, in Discovery Quay, for some of the freshest fish you'll ever eat. Hunky Dory also has top quality seafood, but complements it with an extensive menu offering plenty for those who are not so enamoured with the fruits of the ocean.
If you still have time on your hands, one of our Falmouth Hotels would be an excellent base from which to take a hike up the Fal River, which runs through a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With so many wonderful things to do, Falmouth really is the place to be.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Falmouth
What are the best hotels to stay in Falmouth?The best hotels to stay in Falmouth are Eden Lodge - B&B, Membly Hall Hotel and The Westcott.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Falmouth?Eden Lodge - B&B in Falmouth offers one night in a double room at the price of £50.
What hotels are in the central Falmouth neighborhood?Eden Lodge - B&B, Rosemullion Hotel - Guest house and Tudor Court Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Falmouth.
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