Your local: three steps across the road!
The King's Pipe
Typical shop
View of the estuary

Local Attractions

  • Fine beaches, sailing and fishing
  • A university town that thrives all year round,
  • Golf, walks and historic monuments

DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA

Cornwall has a temperate Oceanic climate and is one of the sunniest areas in the UK,

It was in Falmouth that Henry VIII built Pendennis Castle to defend Carrick Roads, in 1540. and The Falmouth Packet Service operated out of Falmouth for over 160 years between 1689 and 1851.

Today, Falmouth is a thriving university town, boasting fine beaches, monuments steeped in history and a wealth of splendid gardens. The Oyster Festival, and the new Spring Festival are occasions to be tempted by local fare and the wonderful countryside around the town is a paradise for walkers and cyclists.

The town's excellent amenities are all within a short walk, as well as passenger ferry services from nearby Prince of Wales Pier to Flushing and Saint Mawes and a wide variety of other boat trips. . The safe sandy beaches of Maenporth and Gyllingvase are within a short drive or bus ride and and there are regular train and bus services to Truro, with connections to all parts of the country.

WHAT TO SEE AND DO DURING YOUR STAY

The town of Falmouth

Falmouth offers a wide variety of activities: beaches, boat trips, fishing, golf and walking tours are only a few, There is a huge number of interesting places to visit in or close to the town,

http://www.cornwalls.co.uk/Falmouth/

Fishing, sailing, visitng...

Just a selection of the wide variety of things to do in Falmouth!

http://www.falmouth.co.uk/see-and-do/