The hotel offers an old world charm and homely atmosphere that embraces guests the moment they cross the threshold. The feeling of space, thanks to wonderful high ceilings and huge picture windows framing a gorgeous view in the public areas, extends beyond into the 71 bedrooms, in addition to which the hotel also features a lobby with a 24-hour reception service and lift access. Other on-site amenities include a restaurant, conference facilities, Internet access, room and laundry services and a car park.
This family-friendly beach hotel is located opposite castle beach and just a few metres from Falmouth Docks train station. The National Maritime museum and Pendennis Castle are just a short stroll away. The hotel enjoys a prime sea front location, overlooking the headland, Pendennis Castle and the sea on one side, with views over to the famous port on the other. With its mild Mediterranean climate, deep water harbour and surrounding creeks and estuaries, Falmouth is a perfect location for a break. Aside from the many sights and attractions in and around Falmouth, its situation makes exploring further afield in any direction easy - the rugged Lizard Peninsula, St Michael's Mount, St Ives and Land's End are all within comfortable driving distance. Plymouth Airport is some 106 km from the hotel, while Exeter Airport is 170 km away and Bristol Airport approximately 273 km away.
The comfortable en suite rooms are equipped with remote control TV with some digital channels, a direct dial telephone with PC modem, hospitality tray and a hairdryer. All rooms are en suite with a bath and overhead shower.
There are a number of facilities for guests to enjoy. There is an attractive indoor pool and hot tub, a sauna, multi-gym, snooker table and an outdoor putting green. The Nirvana Beauty Centre provides all the desirable spa elements required, including massage treatments (fees may apply). The sandy beach is roughly 500 m from the hotel.
Breakfast and dinner are both available at the hotel. The Trelawney restaurant has rightfully earned an AA Rosette for good food - recognised and respected for good dining. This Falmouth restaurant has a period feel to it - Victorian charm with a hint of renaissance France. The atmosphere is warm and convivial for a relaxed dining experience. It is a popular venue for residents and it attracts non-resident guests too, particularly for Sunday lunch.
All major credit cards are accepted, while a small fee applies if American Express is used.
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