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The Grove Hotel
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All reviewsrick stein's fishmaritime museumfull englishhotel is in a great locationkippersrestaurants and barssea shantysmoked haddockbreakfast was excellentwarm welcomevisiting falmouthno liftgood sizecomfortable bedfresh fruitthree night stayshower room
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Reviewed 12 June 2013

We have stayed at the Grove before and had a brilliant time. you can understand why people recommend it so highly. On top of a great location, it's the little things that count! Fantastic breakfast, very comfortable beds and the friendly welcome and attention of the staff really cap it off. For example; whilst we were there, a group of guests had been let down by a local taxi firm to get to a really important engagement. So rather than leaving them to it, the owner got out his own car and ferried them to the venue in two trips across Falmouth. Where else would you find service like that?
My advice is don't look elsewhere, just book the Grove, we definitely will again!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Thank UncleTricky
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Reviewed 4 June 2013

Came down to Falmouth with the family for the Castle to Castle swim. Couldn't have asked for a better room, location or breakfast. The rooms are really nicely decorated, and very clean. The staff were so helpful. We will definitely stay again.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank TLCUK_12
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Reviewed 2 June 2013

As I live in Falmouth as a student, my parents often come to visit and we all stay in a different hotel each time. I can hand on heart say that this was by far the best hotel visit we've had in Falmouth. The location is excellent (only a 10 minute walk from the beach and 5 from the town), the staff are absolutely lovely (especially the girls who served us at breakfast), the breakfast was gorgeous, the rooms were really stunning and full of character, the parking is right opposite so very convenient, the decor of the hotel is really charming, I literally can't think of a single negative thing to say about our stay. We will definitely be staying here again, without a doubt.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank orangeandblue1234
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Reviewed 31 May 2013

The manager and staff could not have been more accommodating. As soon as we arrived we got a free upgrade so that we were in adjoining rooms. The building itself is two very elegant adjoining Georgian townhouses. The rooms were extremely spacious, wondefully 'period', and well appointed. Decor was tasteful, and the beds very comfortable. The breakfast was outstanding. Either a very ample full English, or excellent choice of kippers or haddock, with other options too. The waitresses were extremely attentive and veryu efficient. The price was very competitive, the manger doinghis best to give us a very good deal. The Grove will be our first port of call on our next trip to Falmouth.

Room Tip: We were lucky to get a very competive deal in the four poster room which looks out on to the main road, but not at all noisey.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Adrian B
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Reviewed 30 May 2013

Couldn't let the lady's version go unchallenged. My wife and I were the unlucky guests in a room next door on the night in question. Three very young children were left alone in there from about 10.00pm. If nothing else the air was being coloured with their shouting, screaming and then banging on the plumbing and swinging on the shower doors. Finally, at about 11.30, one of them started a high decibel continuous shout for its mother, in the bar on the floor below.

The room finally went quiet around 1.00am. We have stayed at The Grove many times, it is a family friendly gem. We have always found all staff welcoming, considerate and friendly. The hotel is run to consistently high standards. We have children but the racket these unsupervised kids created was world beating. To blame the hotel and claim the staff unfriendly is simply wrong and most unfair.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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