Falmouth

    9 Bed & breakfasts in Falmouth

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    Falmouth Art Gallery

    Always interesting exhibitions and an impressive permanent collection that includes works by Gainsborough, Sargent, Henry Scott Tuke, and the renowned Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse -

    Loose yourself in a historic maze. We did and what a giggle we had! Brilliant fun and the ground are beautifully kept.

    A beautiful 26 acre subtropical Cornish valley garden. Fantastic views and a wide variety of exotic plants.

    A stunning Castle with incredible views. A great day out for all. Highly recommend.

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    Dolly's Tea Room & Wine Bar

    During the day, Dolly's is a traditional tea room serving cream teas and homemade cakes.. By evening, it becomes a wine bar/gin palace/tapas bar with quaint 'tea service' cocktails. Shabby chic repurposed furniture, a great selection of reading material and a dog-friendly environment make this a relaxed and homely place to while away the day or evening.

    A perfect pub! A smallish menu of standards, but generous portions and superbly prepared and presented. Fantastic views, live music and a revolving selection of real ales top it all off.

    A hugely popular restaurant with both locals and visitors, located right on the main street of Falmouth. Most of the produce is locally sourced and there is a good mix of seafood, meat and vegetarian options on the menu. They also do early-bird set menu specials.

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    The Royal Mail Packet Station

    Between 1688 and 1850, Falmouth was the Royal Mail Packet Station; meaning that all mail going between Britain and the Mediterranean (and later the Americas) was processed here.