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Holiday Cottages in Falmouth

Our Falmouth Holiday Cottages are perfectly placed to enjoy this wonderful maritime town, with incredible independent stores, restaurants and stores along the streets filled with character. With spectacular beaches with crystal clear waters that resemble the Bahamas on a summer’s day.

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Falmouth is Cornwall’s largest port and the third deepest natural harbour in the world, with sheltered sailing waters, wonderfully safe and sheltered family beaches and cliff top walks all the way to the Helford River. The town is a fantastic base for a holiday, with Pendennis Castle (Built by Henry VIII) and National Maritime Museum Cornwall right on your doorstep. For those wishing to explore the area by the sea, there are ferries to St Mawes, Flushing, Truro and the Helford Passage, with local marina facilities for the visiting yachtsman.

Walsingham Sea View

Walsingham

Falmouth

Sleeps 2

Walsingham at Packet Quays commands fabulous, breathtaking views across Falmouth Harbour towards Flushing and beyond to the Roseland Peninsula. From the french windows, this delightful apartment has ever-changing harbour vistas.

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Enclosed Riversdale Garden with River Views over to Flushing

Riversdale

Falmouth

Sleeps 4Dog Friendly

Commanding magnificent views across the river to Flushing and Falmouth Harbour, this ground floor apartment offers character accommodation within a former gentlemen’s residence.

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Meadowsweet

PERRANWELL NR FALMOUTH

Sleeps 6

Meadowsweet is a spacious south-facing bungalow set in an extensive landscaped garden with lawns and well-established shrubs to the front and rear. The property provides lovely holiday accommodation with a home from home feel for family, friends and couples.

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A Beautiful Water Wheel is located outside Sabusita

Sabusita

PERRANWELL NR FALMOUTH

Sleeps 6

Sabusita is situated in a smart private residential development in the old The Hammer Mill part of the historic Perran Foundry, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the banks of the River Kennal. The foundry dates from 1791 and was a hub of the industry until 1879; it is now a fascinating World Heritage Site.

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