Had an issue with our first allocated room which was swiftly dealt with by a lovely member of staff.
Comfortable room (although small).
Fabulous breakfast buffet.
Ideal for parents taking students back to Uni, which we were!
Traveller from Warwick
The Falmouth Hotel has 71 well appointed bedrooms and is set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens and enjoys a prime location on …More
The hotel is in an excellent spot and looks out over the harbour and open sea. The staff are very pleasant and helpful and are obviously trying to please their guests. However, there are elements of the hotel that could do with an upgrade e.g., the décor in the bar area is looking tired and there weren't enough easy chairs for those wishing to lounge in the bar! We also found the cost of parking the car in the hotel car park excessive. You were considered a guest but had to pay for parking and whilst it is understood there is limited parking, this is taking advantage of their limited space.
Traveller from Dorset
Made famous by the celebrated authoress, Daphne du Maurier, and ranked as one of the UKs most desirable locations, the pretty …More
We stayed at the Carlyon Bay hotel on a recent short break to visit the Eden Project. The hotel and Spa are just great, and the location is excellent as a base for touring mid-Cornwall.
The staff were very helpful and friendly and the food was superb.
If you normally stay in Premier Inn hotels you will think you have won the pools with this hotel.
Food was excellent, staff were friendly and courteous.
The room I had (suite actually) was lovely.
There was a pool, sauna and proper lounges
The best hotel I have ever stayed in, ( and that includes the Royal Horseguards in London).
A colleague recommended this hotel to me - and she was right!
I loved the friendly welcome, and the spacious and clean room. The walk-through to the pub and dining area is really good.
Lovely food and great Cornish ales, at very reasonable prices, as was the accommodation. I'm on my way back soon.
This beautiful coastline boasts superb, sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages such as Polperro and Mevagissey, and small resorts such as Looe and Falmouth. The Lizard headland is famous for its cove beaches, and the creeks around Plymouth, Fowey ('foy'), and Falmouth are particularly appealing and attract yachtsmen. Magnificent gardens come right down to the coast, while the spectacular Eden Centre is the world's finest 'plant theme park'.
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