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Down in the far flung reaches of Cornwall lies Falmouth. A busy harbour and thriving cultural centre, there is plenty to see and do here all year round. It’s little wonder that these Falmouth holiday homes are among our most popular.
Why book one of these Falmouth holiday cottages?
These wonderful Falmouth holiday homes find themselves scattered throughout one of the most popular destinations in Cornwall. You get all the beauty of the south coast of the county, with a fascinating maritime history, and thanks to the local arts community there is plenty of culture to be had as well. A popular stop for those walking the South West Coast Path. Falmouth also has some good beaches for those of you who fancy sunning yourself and taking a refreshing dip in the Cornish seas. Falmouth can be the centre of your holiday, or you can use one of our holiday cottages in Falmouth as your launchpad to explore other parts of Cornwall.
Places to visit from these Falmouth cottages
Falmouth forms a triangle with two other important Cornish towns. Inland to the north is Truro, Cornwall’s sole city where you can enjoy shopping, festivals and more. To the north west lies Redruth, with its fascinating mining history and position at the epicentre of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On the other side of Falmouth Harbour sits the beautiful village of St. Mawes. You can take a ferry trip to explore this beautiful example of a Cornish coastal village. Visit the castle, a splendid example of a 16th century artillery fort, and head on out to the stunning beauty of the Roseland Peninsula with its pretty woodlands and secluded creeks. Be sure to drop by the picturesque crossroads village of Mawnan Smith where you can find two of the most gorgeous gardens: Trebah and Glendurgan. At both sites you can stroll through incredible sub-tropical gardens that are right up there with the very best in the world.
Not far from St. Mawes lies Helford, once an important port but now a sleepy coastal village. The Helford River is remarkably unspoilt, with many hidden creeks and dense oak forests, making it an ideal spot for relaxing walks. Nearby Helston is your destination of choice if you’ve got kids in tow thanks to Flambards theme park where they can enjoy roller coasters, rides, and other attractions.
Types of holiday lets in Falmouth
These Falmouth holiday cottages come in all shapes and sizes, meaning self-catering in Falmouth couldn’t be any easier! If you’re bringing your dog then you’ll be after dog friendly cottages in Falmouth. For those of you looking for a relaxing beach holiday be sure to check out cottages near Gyllyngvase beach and other beach cottages. There’s also luxury cottages and cottages with hot tubs to choose from, offering something extra special!
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