Falmouth Cottages

Nestled on the scenic south coast of Cornwall, Falmouth is a coastal holiday gem that beckons with its irresistible charm. Renowned for its maritime heritage, this vibrant town offers a wealth of attractions and experiences for all. Our cottages in Falmouth range from dog-friendly to child-friendly, from affordable to luxurious and everything in between. Its picturesque harbour is a playground for water enthusiasts, offering sailing, kayaking, and paddleboarding opportunities. The town's stunning beaches, Gyllyngvase and Maenporth, provide idyllic spots for relaxation and water sports. Stroll through the quaint streets lined with boutique shops, cafes, and restaurants, where you can savour fresh seafood and locally sourced cuisine. If you're after a break from the ordinary then search our collection of Falmouth cottages today.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Falmouth

This vibrant harbour town in south Cornwall offers a wealth of attractions and activities for you to enjoy whilst on holiday. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall, located on the waterfront, provides a fascinating insight into the region's seafaring history. Falmouth's vibrant arts scene is showcased in its numerous galleries and theatres, including the Falmouth Art Gallery and the Poly Theatre. If you're after a quieter Cornish experience why not stay in one of our Mousehole cottages an hour west from Falmouth? Nestled between our cottages in Penzance and our Porthcurno cottages, a perfect escape from the hustle of city life. With the largest collection of self-catering cottages in Cornwall, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Falmouth:

Explore the National Maritime Museum

Explore the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, which celebrates the town's maritime heritage. Discover interactive exhibits, and historic boats, and learn about Cornwall's seafaring past.

Take a boat trip from Falmouth Harbour

Take a boat trip or stroll along Falmouth Harbour, one of the world's largest natural harbours. Enjoy the view of sailboats and yachts, and visit the charming waterfront restaurants and cafes.

Tour Pendennis Castle

Visit Pendennis Castle, a well-preserved fortress built by Henry VIII to defend against invaders. Explore the historic walls, take in the panoramic views of the coastline, and learn about its fascinating history.

Relax on Gyllyngvase Beach

Relax on Gyllyngvase Beach, a beautiful sandy beach perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports. Enjoy the clear waters and scenic views of Pendennis Castle and the Lizard Peninsula.

Stroll Through Falmouth Town

Wander through Falmouth's charming streets, lined with shops, galleries, and eateries. Don't miss the historic Customs House Quay, a picturesque area with old warehouses and a vibrant atmosphere.

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