Built in 1893, the hotel sits atop the cliffs between the town and Gyllyngvase beach, commanding fine sea views over Falmouth Bay and Pendennis Castle. It's just a short stroll from the beaches and quant streets of Falmouth. If staying in, it's a good place for both relaxation (gardens, sun lounge, cocktail lounge) and exercise, with plenty to do on the leisure front - ranging from table tennis to swimming in their indoor pool.
Business meetings are well catered for, with comfortable rooms seating up to 50 delegates. It's also an excellent family holiday base, with summer entertainment, playrooms and crèche.
Bedrooms have Regency-style freestanding furniture and modern accessories, such as flat-screen televisions with extra satellite channels and tea and coffee making facilities. Bathrooms are clean and functional. Deluxe rooms all come with sea views, binoculars, trouser press, bathrobes, slippers and chocolates.
You can eat well at the Terrace Restaurant, which offers modern European-style dishes. Children have their own interesting menu.
- Pleasantly Situated
- Sea View
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 43
- Rooms, ensuite: 43
- Price (single room): from £70 to £115
- Price (double room): from £140 to £280 (low season), £210 to £350 (high season)
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: 24 Hours
- Parking: Adequate - 50
- Passenger Lift
- Theatre Desk
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 50
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 50
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Swimming Pool - indoor
- Directions: See the map on this page