In this cost conscious climate,
Camping is growing in popularity many holiday parks in Cornwall
offer camping and touring pitches so whether you have a tent,
caravan or motor-home you can enjoy a stunning holiday in
Cornwall at a fantastic location with great facilities in
Cornwall within easy reach of Falmouth.
B&B and B&B Farm Stays in the Falmouth
and Helford area are a popular way of exploring this part
of Cornwall. With the beautiful Lizard peninsula and the Fal
Estuary on you doorstep, a Falmouth bed and breakfast stay
allows you to explore the area from a base located at the
heart of this stunning region - often an ideal way to make
an initial trip to Falmouth and the surrounding area
Falmouth is a very popular Cornish holiday
destination, located at the mouth of the Fal estuary - the third
largest natural harbour in the world.
Falmouth lies between the beautiful
Helford Estuary area of the Lizard Peninsula and
the Roseland Peninsula - with St Mawes just a ferry ride across
the estuary. It is an ideal holiday location, with easy access to
some of the most stunning beaches and holiday destinations in Cornwall.
Falmouth is steeped in Maritime history, and is the home of the
National Maritime Museum Cornwall. The town is
a busy maritime centre, with marinas and moorings along the length
of the river Fal.
Falmouth's strategic location led to
the placement of Pendennis castle on the headland, guarding the
entrance to the port - the castle and its sister castle - St Mawes
on the opposite bank, where part of Henry VIII coastal defence scheme.
Pendennis Castle is
a fascinating insight into the history of the region and the role
that Falmouth played during WWII. From Falmouth you can take boat
trips across the estuary to St Mawes, or explore the busy little
town. Falmouth is a regular host of sailing events such as the
Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week and the Pendennis Cup.
Holiday Cottages and Self-catering
holiday Apartments and Caravan breaks in Falmouth provide the
perfect location from which to enjoy and explore the sights and
sounds that Cornwall has to offer. There are many picturesque waterside
villages to visit up and down the estuary - with pleasure cruises
regularly leaving the town quay and harbour Falmouth also has four
beautiful beaches. Including the family beach at Gyllyngvase, where
you can enjoy a traditional day at the beach.
Falmouth is surrounded by Areas of Outstanding
Natural Beauty (AONBs) and has easy access along the Helford and
Fal Rivers and Roseland Peninsula the town is located on South West
Coast Path, so it is a major attraction for walkers as well as holiday
makers and sailors.
Our holiday home rental, Holiday Cottage rental and Self catering
accommodation near to Falmouth are ideal for families who need
the flexibility that a self-catering break can offer, allowing you
to enjoy your holiday break at a pace that suites you. Self catering
holidays in Cornwall give you easy access to Cornwall's attractions,
coastline and countryside.
Cornwall Online Offer a variety of self catering accommodation
( Caravans, Holiday Cottages, Campsites and Holiday Apartments)
close to Falmouth. In this region of Cornwall, Holiday cottages
and barn conversions are very popular choices for holiday stays,
offering a subtle blend of period charm and original features with
modern comforts. Families with children and active youngsters often
choose to stay at one of our listed holiday parks or Caravan sites,
as they often have a range of activities, swimming pools, play areas
etc. included on site.