The Borough of Penryn was enfranchised by the Bishop of Exeter in 1236 and in 1259 Henry III granted a weekly market in the town. Around the same time, Penryn was granted a Charter Fair to be held yearly on the Feast of St. Thomas the Martyr (after whom a street in the town is named). Six years later, the Collegiate Church of Glasney was founded...More about Penryn »
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Hidden away in thirteen acres of gardens and woodland at the heart of Cornwall lies an oasis of serenity, a unique collection of luxury self-catering holiday cottages that offers the perfect escape at
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Shaun & Renate welcome you to their Victorian House, offering 5 star B&B, just a 10 minute walk to the town centre and 3 minutes to the beach.
Jenny and Steve provide the friendly welcome, while the San Remo provides the views of the blue-flag Gyllyngvase Beach. Guest lounge, sun terrace and majority of rooms all have sea views.
Watersedge, rural & village cottages situated around the creeks & rivers near Falmouth, sleeping 2- 10. Dogs welcome.
Relaxed, friendly and clean, Falmouth Lodge Backpackers is just two minutes’ walk from the Blue Flag beach of Gyllyngvase and the South West Coast Path and eight minutes’ walk into town and the harbou
13 bedrooms, all with TV & hospitality tray.
Blue Haze has an ideal location two minutes walk from Gyllingvase beach. It is also within walking distance of Swanpool beach and nature reserve Falmouth town centre Marina Events Square Maritime Mus
Trelawne Hotel is a unique 3 AA Star hotel which has been run by the Gibbons Family for 37 years. The hotel ensures a warm and friendly welcome in the peace and tranquility of a true country house hot