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A popular destination on Cornwall’s South Coast, Falmouth is a bustling town with plenty to see and do. If you want to experience this wonderful place first-hand, browse our lovely range of holiday cottages in Falmouth.

Why a holiday cottage in Falmouth?

Despite its popularity, Falmouth is a much younger town than some of its neighbours, with development only occurring after Henry VIII built Pendennis Castle on the headland. Today it is one of the most well-known resorts in Cornwall offering a wide selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Falmouth has the world's third largest natural harbour and annually hosts many international sailing events. The town also has four large sandy beaches that are all popular with families. Pleasure boats can be taken up the River Fal from the Prince of Wales Pier, and a ferry runs across to St Mawes, where another castle stands.

Other attractions include the Ships and Castles Leisure Pool, the Maritime Museum and the Falmouth School of Arts. The Falmouth Arts Centre regularly screens films old and new, and the Princess Pavilion, set among the sub-tropical Gyllyngdune gardens hosts many varied shows and performances throughout the summer.

Places to visit near Falmouth

Explore Cornwall from the comfort of one of our cottages in Falmouth. Discover the South West Coast Path or visit the towns and villages of Helford, Mawnan Smith, Helston and Redruth, to name just a few. Cornwall’s only city, Truro, is also within driving distance.