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FALMOUTH HOLIDAYS

Culture, Blue Flag beaches and a natural harbour

Visit Falmouth

With a beautiful natural harbour and matching surrounding scenery, it’s no surprise that Falmouth is one of the most popular destinations in Cornwall. Holidays here have added allure due to the town's rich history and culture, added to by the wonderful beaches, landscapes and local attractions. Our collection of accommodation is sure to provide you with the perfect base from which to explore this flourishing town.

Falmouth Cottages

With everything from family-friendly properties to cosy retreats for two, choose from our range of self-catering holiday cottages in and around Falmouth for the perfect base to your holiday.

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Cornwall Hotels

Our beautiful selection of hotels is spread right across Cornwall: from the Atlantic Ocean-hugging north coast, down to the sea-faring south and the beautifully wild West Cornwall.

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St Ives: The UK’s ‘best seaside town’

Arguably one of the best-known Cornish holiday resorts, St Ives is a beautiful holiday destination. The perfect balance for families, couples, singles and groups of friends, visitors continue to keep returning to the area year after year. With stunning natural beauty, wonderful hospitality and excellent access to the rest of West Cornwall, we think it’s the ideal place to visit all year round.

Best dog-friendly Cornwall beaches

From popular spots including Fistral and Watergate Bay in Newquay, through to secret coves and bays that you may never have heard of before now, we've done the homework to let you know which Cornish beaches allow dogs. Read on to see the full list of beaches where dogs are allowed all year round, where there are restrictions, and where there are annual bans.

A flourishing town

The Falmouth streets, lined with interesting shops, galleries and cafés, snake to the harbour at the bottom. Despite being used less than it was at its peak, the harbour -  the third largest natural port in the world - still bustles with fishing vessels and is a popular choice for cruise ships.

On the opposite side of the town lies the beautiful Blue Flag Gyllyngvase beach, providing opportunities for swimming and other water sport activities. The town centre itself has plenty of things to do, with a range of cafes, pubs and restaurants, including Rick Stein’s Fish, offering somewhere to enjoy a bite to eat or a local tipple.

Enjoy a visit to the cinema, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, the Princess Pavilion, a year-round live music venue and theatre complex, or Flambards, the local theme park.

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