Blue Skies

Within walking distance of Falmouth’s shops, restaurants and beaches, with its famous Oyster Festival and Falmouth Week, makes it perfect at any time of year.

This conveniently located ground floor apartment is in a central location, ideal for walking to Falmouth centre. The apartment will appeal to couples all year round and can accommodate four guests so is ideal for small families or friends. The town has a great selection of restaurant’s, café’s, pubs, shops, galleries, cinema and a museum. It is just a short stroll to the vibrant harbour with its prestigious marinas and the events square, home of The National Maritime Museum.

The town hosts many international sailing, music and food festivals throughout the year including Sea Shanty Week in June, Falmouth Week a celebration of music, with a lively carnival atmosphere in August and the famous Oyster Festival in October. There is also a variety of markets during the summer months and the Christmas International Markets in December. The town is flanked by beaches on one side and the harbour and marinas on the other. Gyllngvase Beach has golden sands and is popular with families and bathers alike, and with Castle Beach on one side and Swanpool Beach and nature reserve on the other. All have great beach café culture and water sports facilities. The area is popular with kayakers and surfers and those just looking to relax and enjoy the friendly beach atmosphere.

There is a wide promenade and Pendennis Castle sits proud on the headland, built by Henry VII to watch over the wide Fal Estuary and Carrick Roads. The area has several sub-tropical gardens to explore including Trebah, Glendurgan and nearby Trelissick. There are small ferry services running daily to St Mawes, Flushing and Mylor harbour, plus scenic coastal trips visiting nearby Helford River and creeks. The area attracts some great wildlife including dolphins, basking sharks and seals, and visitors can take the Sea Safari to experience them close up. There are some wonderful coastal paths and quiet coves to explore, and with a golf course and cycle trails there is plenty to do. The property is convenient for visitors looking to arrive by train as Falmouth’s popular branch line links with the main line at Truro, which is perfect for those looking to explore The Lizard Peninsula by train or car. Beach ¾ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.

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All on the ground floor.

Living room: With 42" Freeview TV, DVD/Blu-ray player, Xbox and double sofa bed.

Dining room.

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Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.

Bedroom: With double bed and French doors leading to courtyard garden.

Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.

Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Small enclosed rear courtyard garden with patio and garden furniture. On road parking. No smoking.

This conveniently located ground floor apartment is in a central location, ideal for walking to Falmouth centre. The apartment will appeal to couples all year round and can accommodate four guests so is ideal for small families or friends. The town has a great selection of restaurant’s, café’s, pubs, shops, galleries, cinema and a museum. It is just a short stroll to the vibrant harbour with its prestigious marinas and the events square, home of The National Maritime Museum.\n\nThe town hosts many international sailing, music and food festivals throughout the year including Sea Shanty Week in June, Falmouth Week a celebration of music, with a lively carnival atmosphere in August and the famous Oyster Festival in October. There is also a variety of markets during the summer months and the Christmas International Markets in December. The town is flanked by beaches on one side and the harbour and marinas on the other. Gyllngvase Beach has golden sands and is popular with families and bathers alike, and with Castle Beach on one side and Swanpool Beach and nature reserve on the other. All have great beach café culture and water sports facilities. The area is popular with kayakers and surfers and those just looking to relax and enjoy the friendly beach atmosphere.\n\nThere is a wide promenade and Pendennis Castle sits proud on the headland, built by Henry VII to watch over the wide Fal Estuary and Carrick Roads. The area has several sub-tropical gardens to explore including Trebah, Glendurgan and nearby Trelissick. There are small ferry services running daily to St Mawes, Flushing and Mylor harbour, plus scenic coastal trips visiting nearby Helford River and creeks. The area attracts some great wildlife including dolphins, basking sharks and seals, and visitors can take the Sea Safari to experience them close up. There are some wonderful coastal paths and quiet coves to explore, and with a golf course and cycle trails there is plenty to do. The property is convenient for visitors looking to arrive by train as Falmouth’s popular branch line links with the main line at Truro, which is perfect for those looking to explore The Lizard Peninsula by train or car. Beach ¾ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.