Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Falmouth, Cornwall
Bosanneth Guest House • Broadmead Hotel • Chelsea House • Eden House • Eden Lodge • Gallen-Treath Guest House • Gyllyngvase House • Gyllyngvase House Hotel • Hotel Anacapri Limited • Lyonesse Guest House • Melvill Guest House • Poltair Guest House • Quay House, Mylor Bridge • Rosemullion Hotel • The Grove Hotel • The Rosemary • Tremough Campus
Bosanneth Guest House
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Bosanneth Guest House Falmouth. Set within award-winning gardens, this beautiful Edwardian house provides quality accommodation overlooking Gyllyngvase beach and Falmouth Bay. The AA places Bosanneth within the top 20 of 4000 guest houses countrywide for outstanding friendliness and service. Their renowned and hearty breakfasts and evening meals are home-cooked using fresh, local produce. The garden is an oasis of calm and colour and most rooms including the lounge and dining room enjoy spectacular sea views.
The Broadmead offers a high standard of comfort and personal service in Falmouth. It is delightfully situated overlooking the beautiful Kimberley Park with its myriad of ever changing colours throughout the seasons yet just a short stroll from the quayside and shops. br / br / br / br / Tastefully furnished throughout with a pleasant relaxed atmosphere there are twelve individually furnished bedrooms each with en-suite bath or shower room. All have flat screen television tea & coffee making facilities central heating and free super-fast wifi. br / br / br / br / Falmouth is really well situated for exploring this region of Cornwall and is well served by bus and train services for getting about. br / br / br / br / If you come by car then even the most remote areas are accessible. Within about 45 minutes you could be in Penzance Lizard Peninsula Lands End or visiting the Tate Gallery in St Ives. Alternatively you could visit some of the many wonderful public gardens such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan or the truly awe inspiring Eden Project.
Chelsea House is a stylish retro-chic bed and breakfast in Falmouth Cornwall originally built in 1908 as the home of a Dutch Packet Ship Captain. We are located just back from the seafront in Emslie Road Falmouth next to Princess Pavilion Gardens. br / br / br / br / Chelsea House has recently undertaken an extensive and loving refurbishment that has brought back all its unique character and charm. Surroundings are warm and rooms styled to make most of individual features and fabulous sea views. A friendly and happy welcome is assured! br / br / br / br / The rooms range from a comfy twin cosy double to our superior king room with private balconies overlooking panoramic sea views. Rooms have their own en-suite with power-shower luxury toiletries feather bedding Egyptian cotton linen sumptuous towels hairdryer Smart TV DAB Radio free wifi and fridge topped up daily with fresh milk and bottled water. br / br / br / br / The Breakfast Room is airy and bright with a strong nod to great musicians. Breakfast is Cornish and delicious. Choose your cold selection from the Breakfast Bar whilst your hot drink of the day and toast is prepared for you. Hot options include Full English and all the variations of it. Lighter options of Omelette with tasty fillings smoke salmon and scrambled eggs and a Chelsea House Continental including Cornish charcuterie cheeses and pastries. br / br / br / br / A foremost holiday destination Falmouth is the ideal base for your holiday in Cornwall. Our natural harbour is the third largest in the world and provides a picturesque background to the resort a focal point for many water sports activities. Enjoy a wide range of boat trips taking you into Falmouth bay or up the beautiful Fal Estuary to the county town of Truro or relax on the passenger ferry over to St Mawes on the lovely Roseland Peninsula. br / br / br / br / Of course you can shop too in historic Falmouth town and enjoy many other activities not forgetting the beautiful southwest coast path walks. We looking forward to seeing you soon.
Just yards from Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth, Eden House is within easy reach of the seafront, Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum. Close at hand lie a number of good restaurants and hotels with spa facilities so your every need can be catered for. A number of Cornwall's best gardens are just a short drive away. The bedrooms are spotlessly clean, well presented and spacious. Freshly cooked English Breakfast is served in the first floor dining room. There is also ample off road parking available. Minimum 3 night stay. WiFi access.
Prices: £40.00 to £45.00pppn. Sorry, No Children. Room type: 1 double/twin, 1 double, both ensuite.
Please contact: John and Patricia Simmons, Eden House, 14A Stracey Road, Falmouth, Cornwall. TR11 4DW. Telephone No: 01326 313137. E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eden Lodge is a quality family run bed and breakfast in Falmouth Cornwall. br / br / br / br / Eden Lodge is one of the oldest houses in Falmouth dating back to 1605. br / br / br / br / It s our attention to detail that will ensure you a friendly warm welcome in our relaxing and comfortable house with excellent service throughout your stay. br / br / br / br / Visitors who return year after year comment that it is truly a home from home . We will try and accommodate any special requests or needs that you may have. br / br / br / br / All our rooms are comfortable with most being en-suite. br / br / br / br / Why don t you come and unwind in our beautiful guest and private lounge br / br / br / br / Stroll out the French doors that lead you to the patio and relax before taking a dip in our 10 metre indoor heated swimming pool. br / br / br / br / Our newly renovated indoor heated swimming pool is our piece de resistance. br / br / With your comfort and relaxation in mind we offer towelling robes for your use and we are the only bed and breakfast in Falmouth to have one. br / br / br / br / Falmouth boasts the world s third largest natural harbour and has grown into a busy port over the last 400 years. br / br / Alongside the economic prosperity brought by our relationship with the sea Falmouth is a hugely popular sailing and leisure destination. Rich history great atmosphere and beautiful scenery make Falmouth a popular choice for visitors.
Gallen-Treath Guest House
Spectacular coastal views and a warm and friendly welcome awaits at Gallen-Treath Guest House. We are situated in a peaceful small village on the northeast part of the Lizard peninsula. Most of our bedrooms are en-suite and all are individually decorated comfortable and clean with beverage facilities and TV. A guest lounge with balcony and patio/garden area are available throughout the day for complete relaxation. We cater for all diets using mainly local ingredients - please let us know if you have any special requirements - and we offer a varied breakfast menu with flexible dining times for those who require an early start. Clive has been developing his culinary skills and is now able to offer VEGAN choices on the menu and we have an AA Best Breakfast Award. We are close to the coastpath diving sailing and fishing facilities gardens and more. The shingle beach in the village is dog friendly all year round and there are plenty of country walks for exploring with or without a pet. This is an ideal area for bird basking shark and wildlife watching and an interesting area for geologists too. br / br / Arrival time - Please let us know your approximate arrival time on booking. There are only two of us and we do sometimes need to go out - shopping helping at village events and most importantly accompanying JD on his walks!
Our accommodation provides comfortable ensuite rooms all with TV tea and coffee making facilities hairdryer and direct dial telephone. To complete a relaxing stay we can also offer in-house beauty treatments. The Hotel has thirteen bedrooms comprising of Doubles Twin Family and Single rooms. All rooms are decorated to a high order and have hot beverage making facilities with a choice of tea coffee and hot chocolate. A complementary bottle of mineral water is provided on arrival. From us you can visit some of Cornwalls wealth of interesting attractions from Lands End to the Tate Gallery at St Ives from the surf of the North Coast to the small fishing port of Mousehole from the rugged beauty of the Lizard Peninsula to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and of course the ever popular Eden Project. Gyllyngvase House Hotel is conveniently situated to visit both tourist attractions and shops. We are a minutes walk from a green flag sandy beach where the crystal clear water tempts you to swim or enjoy a walk in one of the nearby gardens with their exceptional displays of flowers and plants. Paul and Emma Lower are the proprietors of this family run hotel and have many years experience in tourism and hotels and will personally supervise all your arrangements during your holiday or business trip. Throughout your stay in this delightful historic house in Falmouth you will be left in no doubt that nothing is too much trouble . We aim to provide a professional yet informal service making you feel as comfortable as you would in your own home. Falmouth and Cornwall have something for everyone whatever your age so why not make the Gyllyngvase House Hotel your base from which to enjoy it all.
Gyllyngvase House Hotel
Gyllyngvase House Hotel offers quality accommodation and all the facilities of a small hotel. A friendly, family run hotel, situated 200m from the seafront at Gyllyngvase beach with Falmouth town centre and historic harbour just a few short minutes walk away. The accommodation provides comfortable en-suite rooms all with television, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and direct dial telephone. To complete a relaxing stay they also offer in-house beauty treatments.
Within easy driving distance lies a wealth of attractions from Lands End to the Tate Gallery at St Ives; from the surf of the North Coast to the small fishing port of Mousehole; from the rugged beauty of the Lizard Peninsula to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and of course the ever popular Eden Project.
Hotel Anacapri Limited
Hotel Anacapri is a 5 star AA rated Guest House with a fully licensed bar - one of the best in Falmouth and was built around 1906 with sea views from most rooms. br / br / br / br / The guest house is in an idyllic location situated just opposite Gyllyngvase Beach/Falmouth Bay. br / br / br / br / The National Maritime Museum Falmouth town centre and Pendennis Castle are all within ten minutes walk. Take in watersports river trips or explore one of the many local gardens. We are also an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall being a forty minute drive from The Eden Project St Ives Newquay and Land s End. br / br / br / br / Relax on our sun terrace overlooking Falmouth Bay Gyllyngvase Beach and the surrounding coastal scenery. Alternatively enjoy the sea view from our licensed bar and lounge. Free wireless internet and private parking.
Lyonesse Guest House
Mark and Erica welcome you to the Lyonesse Guest House. We are open all year round for short or long stays. Our flexible approach means that the Lyonesse is ideal not only for holiday makers and tourists but also for business people working in the area or prospective students and their families. We are based in the very heart of Cornwall in the port of Falmouth within easy reach of a variety of beaches and places of interest. There are many excellent transport links to Falmouth. The Lyonesse Guest House has been established for over thirty years. It comprises three guest bedrooms with a choice of twin double and family rooms and has an esteemed reputation in the local area.
Melvill Guest House
Melvill House is an elegant victorian house tastefully turned into comfortable private accommodation run by local couple Karen & Chris Johns. It is situated 200 yards from a blue flag award sandy beach and a short walk to the harbour waterfront shops pubs restaurants and maritime museum. All bedrooms are en-suite with baths and/or showers. We have a choice of double four poster twin and family rooms some with views of the sea or harbour.
Poltair Guest House
Built in the early part of the last century Poltair is an eleven bedroom guesthouse set in the centre of three elegant houses. It is ideally situated in a quiet residential road with easy street parking less than 100 yards from the promenade and a short walk to both Castle Beach & Gyllingvase Beach (1 of only a few Blue Flag beaches in Cornwall) located on a beautiful stretch of Falmouth Bay. The building is south-east facing so the sea view rooms enjoy the sunshire virtually all day. The panoramic views of Falmouth Bay & Pendennis Castle from the top floor are believed to be amongst the best in Falmouth. br / br / br / br / We are located within easy reach of Custom House Quay and the Prince of Wales Pier for boat trips and it s just a short walk into Falmouth s town centre where you will find a wide variety of shops pubs and restaurants including Rick Stein s fish & chips (his first venture outside Padstow). There is also a bowling alley an art gallery a new multi screen cinema and the National Maritime Museum Falmouth. If you fancy something a bit different there is even a place where fish will give you a pedicure. In the summer months you can enjoy nightly entertainment at the nearby Princess Pavilion (and on most nights during the rest of the year). br / br / br / br / Much of Cornwall is within easy reach of Falmouth and is an hour (or less) travel time by car e.g. Lands End the Lizard Minack Padstow Truro St Ives Penzance and St Michael s Mount. The finest gardens are also within easy reach e.g. Trebah Heligan Glendurgan and the Eden Project. The famous all year Falmouth climate is one of the warmest in the British Isles and therefore the area has an abundance of exotic trees and plants. For those guests who prefer not to drive there is a good bus and rail service and a variety of interesting boat trips.
Quay House, Mylor Bridge
Quay House bed and breakfast accommodation consists of three rooms. One twin en suite room (St Piran), one double (St Denys) and one twin bedded room (St Just). St Denys and St Just share a shower room which has an enclosed shower, wash hand basin and toilet. All the rooms are centrally heated and have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities. There is also free off-street parking.
Mylor Bridge is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is on the Cornish coastal footpath. Quay House is a waterside property offering beautiful views of the creek and Mylor village green. We are situated on the quay at the head of Mylor Creek and are surrounded on two sides by water, when the tide is in, with stepping stones across to the village green when the tide is out. For small boat owners we have our own slipway alongside the house. Mylor Yacht Harbour and the Carrick Roads are only one mile away and Restronguet’s famous Pandora Inn the same distance the other way. The Lemon Arms village pub is within walking distance, offering a friendly welcome and very good food. Ramblers looking to take a weekend break or longer holiday will be pleased to know there is a pleasant walk along the south side of the creek to Mylor Churchtown and Yacht Harbour, continuing via Trefusis Point to Flushing where the ferry can transport you to Falmouth. Another popular route for walkers follows the north shore giving magnificent views of the Carrick Roads, however many find it difficult to ignore the charms of the Pandora Inn en route preferring instead to partake of their fine ales and finer food.
Price: £35.00 per person per night, £45.00 for single occupancy. Minimum stay 2 nights. Small surcharge for Bank Holidays. Chidren: 5+
John and Denise Carty, Quay House, Trevellan Road, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth. TR11 5NE. Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1326 377322 Mobiles: +44 (0)7887 652245 and +44 (0)7779 2956906. e-mail: email@example.com
Be it the heat of summer or the middle of winter a warm Cornish welcome awaits you at Rosemullion. This elegant mock Tudor house provides quality comfortable rooms with excellent breakfasts at very reasonable prices. br / br / br / br / As a family we have owned Rosemullion for over 40 years. We believe in constant improvement both of our accommodation and the services we offer. So during this time we ve continually extended refurbished and updated the Rosemullion s first-class accommodation whilst also making sure the character of the house is preserved. We are situated at top of Gyllyngvase Hill with one of the best Blue Flag beaches in Cornwall a short distance away at the bottom of the hill. At the same time the east side of Falmouth town centre is only about 10 minutes walk away. br / br / br / br / Rosemullion is also an ideal base for touring West Cornwall with major destinations such as Helston St. Michael s Mount Penzance Land s End St Ives Newquay Padstow and the Eden Project all within 1 hour s drive from here. Kick back and relax in our peaceful lounge: sit in the bay window and read one of our many books play a game of chess cards or choose one of our other board games or browse one of our Cornish lifestyle and listings magazines to help plan your stay. The lounge is a quiet room with no television but wi-fi access is available in here. br / br / br / br / Rosemullion is a popular choice for many business travellers to the area who appreciate our convenient location peaceful atmosphere excellent parking facilities and free wi-fi throughout.
The Grove Hotel
The Grove Hotel offers traditional luxury accommodation in a prime position at the south-east end of Falmouth harbourside. This three star hotel retains the elegance and charm of a bygone era and offers views across Falmouth harbour to the rivers and ocean beyond. It is ideally located for enjoying the surrounding galleries gardens sandy beaches and maritime history of Falmouth. The hotel is surrounded by an eclectic mix of restaurants bars and real Cornish pubs. Here one finds the pace of life a little more relaxed the quality of life a little higher and plenty of fresh air and beautiful countryside waiting to be explored. Originally built as a private dwelling for a sea captain in 1850 The Grove now provides a friendly and informal place for holiday and business visitors to relax. There is a lounge with TV and games for children and a bar area where an aperitif or a night cap can always be found. Parking is available on the street and in three nearby public car parks. Broadband internet is available in all rooms and a computer is available for guest use.