Falmouth is located on the South coast of beautiful Cornwall. A welcoming and cosmopolitan town brimming with maritime history, Falmouth is home to contemporary coffee houses, independent boutiques, antique shops and cosy country pubs. A visit to Falmouth is all about making the most of our beautiful town and wonderful natural surroundings but also the perfect base to explore further areas of Cornwall.
For the adventurous travellers there are the endless coastal paths to explore and a multitude of activities both on and off the water. For those looking for a more relaxed break there are three beautiful local beaches to wile away your days on or try hopping on a ferry for a daytrip over to St Mawes for a cream tea. If the weather is being typically British, spend an afternoon exploring some of our award winning attractions such as the National Maritime museum and Pendennis Castle. Falmouth is a great spot for foodies with a number of award winning restaurants - perfect for those looking for incredible locally sourced seafood and other culinary delights.
If you have any questions or would like any help planning your trip then please get in touch and we would be delighted to help.
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We visited just for two nights and wished it could have been for longer! The Sandy Duck is in a fantastic location, close to the beaches and town, and a short walk from the train station. The rooms are lovely and light and we had a sea view which was perfect to wake up to. Not to mention the little baked cakes in our room were a particularly nice touch. I would highly recommend The Sandy Duck for anyone wanting more than a standard B&B. We already can’t wait to go back!