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Self catering in Falmouth
Self catering in Falmouth
Self catering in Falmouth
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Six apartments - sleeping 2, 4 and 5 people

Prices From

Low Season £350
High Season £845
per week

falmouth - Gyllyngvase beach
falmouth - Gyllyngvase beach
Self catering in Falmouth
Self catering in Falmouth

Harbour's Reach - Falmouth

Self catering Quayside Apartments in Falmouth
sleeping 2 - 5 people

  • Six Waterfront Holiday Apartments
  • Secluded Quayside Location in Central Falmouth
  • Stunning Harbour Views
  • Private Balconies
  • Private Parking
  • Short Breaks and Seasonal Special Offers

Panoramic views across Falmouth Harbour

Enjoying an absolutely 'front-line' waterside location; expansive ever-changing, unobstructed, panoramic views across Falmouth Harbour to Flushing, Trefusis, St. Just in Roseland and the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads are simply mesmerising - a scene of constant interest and appeal.

Situated in a secluded conservation area right on the quayside, the water literally laps just a few steps from the front door - yet the town centre with its cobbled streets, restaurants, cafés, bars and shopping is just around the corner.

These six stylish waterside self catering holiday apartments provide excellent accommodation. Each apartment has its own private balcony or terrace from which to enjoy the breathtaking scenery.

What the locality has to offer:

Falmouth is Cornwall's leading South Coast Resort and home to the county's maritime heritage. Here you will find sandy golden beaches, spectacular scenery, specialist shops from local art to antiques and exceptional sailing in Carrick Roads and the Fal Estuary.

Falmouth's natural harbour is the third deepest in the world and provides a picturesque background to the bustling cobbled main shopping street. Unsurpassed views of Flushing, St Just in Roseland, St Mawes, Falmouth Bay and beyond, can be glimpsed between the buildings, or from the charming opes and walkways meandering through the town.

In the main street you will find a delightful mix of shops from individual specialist outlets to well known high street names. Falmouth's abundance of cafés, restaurants and hotels offer a selection of world-wide cuisine and traditional Cornish food. You can indulge in the delights of a Cornish cream tea, taste locally caught seafood, traditionally made ice cream, locally farmed organic produce and don't forget the famous Cornish Pasty!

Sight seeing in the Falmouth area could not be easier - climb aboard one of the many pleasure boats and passenger ferries which ply the local waters to the picturesque St Mawes harbour, Flushing Village, Trelissick Gardens, Smugglers Cottage at Tolverne, Truro and the Helford Passage. For those who prefer terra firma, an open top bus travels continuously in season linking the town beaches and King Henry VIII's Pendennis Castle.

Falmouth is an excellent location for walkers, who can pick up the south-west coastal path nearby; the striking Lizard and Roseland peninsulas are a stone's throw away.

Discover Cornwall's maritime roots at the National Maritime Museum located only 300m from Harbour's Reach.

Location map

For further information or to make a reservation enquiry, please contact:

Tim Pearce
Harbour's Reach
King Charles Quay
Falmouth
Cornwall TR11 3HQ

07710 252583

info@falmouth-waterfront-holidays.co.uk

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