For those like myself stuck in cultural desert like Milton Keynes, the chance of visiting the wonderful and historic town of Falmouth is a very welcome break. To be able to enjoy the unspoilt landscape, numerous independent shops, harbour and many other attractions provided a welcome antidote to "modern" Britain.
But what made the break was to be able to stay in such a wonderful small hotel like The Grove. Well appointed, tastefully furnished and with attention to detail, the hotel provides everything the visitot needs. The bedroom and ensuite was very clean, spacious and comfortable and the breakfast was first rate served by delightful waitresses whose efficiency and pleasant manner compplemented the excellent and generous fayre.
I highly recommend this hotel to anyone contemplating a visit to Falmouthy, who requires a modest hotel, decently priced and that is extremely well run. I shall certainly visit it again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grove Hotel has been renovated to a high standard preserving its historical Georgian charm. Facing the National Maritime Museum and the River Fal estuary with its busy harbour the en-suite rooms have far reaching views. The hotel is perfectly located for exploring Falmouth being only one minute's level walk into town with its varied choice of restaurants, harbour side pubs, shops, ferries, diving centres and sailing clubs. Please note we have no car park. There is street parking and several public car parks in the immediate vicinity FIBRE OPTIC BROADBAND HAS RECENTLY BEEN INSTALLED ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grove Hotel Falmouth
- The Grove Hotel Falmouth, Cornwall