Having enjoyed an excellent New Year celebration in its sister hotel in Fowey we were delighted to have news of a special offer at this hotel which coincided with a concert in the area to which we had tickets. When we arrived we had trouble finding a parking space, there was a gang of smokers around the entrance and the area immediately around the entrance was littered with their detritus. Ramps designed to make the hotel accessible to disabled people were a hindrance to able bodied people and their luggage. The room was clean and well furnished, though small. We had paid extra for a sea view but the small widow of our garret room did not offer much of a sea view. The bathroom was well appointed and clean. Lunch, food and service were just about alright. The breakfast buffet was meagre and unappealingly laid out. Our appetites were not improved by being served by a waiter in a dirty waistcoat. We will return to Fowey but not to Falmouth and we will not take the Richardson label as a guarantee of quality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Falmouth's Landmark Hotel Steeped in history and with striking Victorian architecture, The Falmouth is Falmouth's first ever hotel. Situated in 5 acres of beautiful gardens and overlooking Castle beach, the hotel offers 71 individual bedrooms, stunning views, the award winning Castle Beach restaurant and an Elemis Spa... the perfect coastal hideaway. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Falmouth Hotel Cornwall