I was disappointed not to be able to stay in the neighbouring St Micheal Hotel & Spa as it was fully booled, but as the Falmouth Beach is owned/run by the same people, I decided to stay there instead. The website showed promise. Its nice and friendly, the rooms are clean and comfortable. We were in room 305 - top floor in the eaves, the lovely view made up for the tired decor and the sloping ceiling. Not sure if the top floor was fully occupied - but it seemed to better insulated against sound that the rooms we've had at St Michaels, but otherwise not as good. The in room amenities are adequate but not as St Michaels (no herbal teas, hot chocolate or any biccies), the bathroom was a bit squashed. For breakfast we had bacon sandwiches, fruit yog, juice and coffee - all available via a buffet - not much in the way of fresh fruit (a couple of apples and some over ripe bananas) or anything cooked to order. There were other options - including cereals & instant porridge (really? its easy enough to cook from scratch and doesn't take much longer to cook, but is so much nice).
Would I stay there again? probably - worth it for the view. But although this is owned by the St Michael Hotel, it is a lower cost option.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Falmouth Beach Hotel has 31 traditional, comfortably furnished bedrooms - many with beautiful sea views across sandy Gyllngvase Beach and Falmouth Bay. All bedrooms are en-suite and have tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, free wifi and flat screen TV. Family rooms are also available. Prices include a full traditional cooked breakfast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Falmouth Beach Cornwall