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  • Hawthorne Dene Hotel

    From £40.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 10
    A small Edwardian Hotel of character and distinction" 4 Star, silver award, RAC Rosette family run hotel.
  • The Red House

    From £40.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 9
    We are ideally positioned to capture the beauty of Falmouth and all it has to offer. We have an in-and-out car park and we are situated about 150 Mts from the seafront (Gyllyngvase and Castle Beaches) and about a 5 - 7 minute walk into the town and harbou
  • Come to Good Farm

    From £30.00
    Truro
    Sleeps 2
    Beautiful quiet converted barn in idyllic country setting
  • The Grange

    From £65.00
    The Grange
    Penryn
    Sleeps 2
    Quality B&B close to University campus
  • Below Decks

    From £400.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 4
    Right on the waterfront with the balcony overhanging the sea at high tide so that the fish can swim under your feet.
  • Tudor Court Hotel

    From £27.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 10
    10 bedrooms with en-suite available. TV & hospitality tray in all rooms.
  • Penryn
    Traditional working sheep farm near Falmouth at the base of the Lizard. Established in 1946 the site now has five static caravans added and is ideally suited for family holidays.
  • Engleton House B&B

    From £27.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 7
    3Star B&B, ideally located in the heart of Falmouth. Friendly relaxed atmoshere. Quality rooms & great breakfasts to suite all. non smoking.single/double/twin & Family en-suite rooms. Free WiFi access in all rooms
  • Brampton Cottage

    From £700.00
    Brampton Cottage
    Falmouth
    A family friendly cottage sleeping 8 - 10 (plus cot and child's mattress). Near Mylor Bridge, between Falmouth and Truro.
  • The Westcott

    From £30.00
    The Westcott
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 9
    Friendly, family run bed & breakfast, offering good quality accommodation at affordable prices. Excellent location, just 2 minutes away from the award winning Gyllyngvase Beach, perfect for those walking the coastal path.

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