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Where in Cornwall?

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Where in Cornwall?

I am planning a trip to cornwall in July with a friend but am not sure which town is the best to stay in. We would like somewhere with a beach, good pubs and restaurants, not too overrun with party goers and with a good range of hotels or B&Bs. It will need to be acessable by train from London. Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Where in Cornwall?

With what you've stated above I would suggest either St Ives or Falmouth. Avoid Newquay.

They will fit the bill though you will need to make one change to a branch line to reach the final destination.

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2. Re: Where in Cornwall?

Hi Tripgirl1979, Falmouth would be a great place to visit - and as said you only have to get off at Truro to catch the branch line to Falmouth and there are lots of B&B/Guest Houses situated in a close area to the station so you won't have far to travel after that. Why don't you have a look at Tripadvisor Inside Pages for more info on Falmouth. I live here so if you want any detailed info just ask - i can't recommend places but try the local tourist board for lists of ones they support. Falmouth has great beaches/Pubs & Restaurants - and as you are "on foot" all are accessable by foot.

:) Caz

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