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Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s ‘delightful’ Edwardian town house is close to the beach, has ‘fantastic’ views across the garden towards Falmouth Bay. More

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The Rosemary
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace,
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 4DL
England
01326 314669
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Good Hotel Guide Review

Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s ‘delightful’ Edwardian town house, close to the beach, has ‘fantastic’ views across the garden towards Falmouth Bay. B&B accommodation (including two-bedroom suites suitable for a family) is in modern, well-appointed bedrooms – ask for one with a view of the sea. Cornish cream teas are served in the lounge; picnics, with slabs of home-baked cake, are available for a coastal ramble. ‘Good-quality’ breakfasts (all diets catered for). Lounge, bar, dining room. South-facing garden, sun deck. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV. No background music. Children (travel cot £10; extra bed £25; high chair) and dogs (by arrangement) welcomed. 10 mins’ walk to town. 8 bedrooms (two 2-bedroom suites). Per room B&B single £50–£70, double £79–£157. 2-night min. stay preferred. ‘Generally’ closed early Nov–Jan, ‘but call for availability over the winter’.

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The Rosemary
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace,
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 4DL

Guest comments

'Really delighted with what The Rosemary had to offer us. Spot on for attention to detail, cleanliness, comfort of room, good quality and standard of breakfast and accommodating for vegetarians. Really white towels, bathrobes and table linen are a must for me and they were. Welcoming tea and cake on arrival and free wi if available in room. Fair trade beverages and care of the environment evident through recycling bag in the room and lovely herbal toiletries in the bathroom, some of which I think we're organic. Ticks all our boxes. ' - - September, 2014
'A very warm wellcome with tea and homemade cake, a comfortable and beautifully furnished room with a splendid view over the garden and Gyllyngvase Beach, a splendid bed, fine toiletries. A good selection of freshly cooked breakfast. A fine bed & breakfast. ' - Georg Klee - September, 2012
'Charming greeting with offer of tea. The hotel is immaculate; rooms clean, comfortable and well appointed. Superb breakfast. ' - Brian and Diane Lambe - May, 2012
'Very warm welcome. We had a suite with two rooms, one for the adults, one for the children, both were lovely. Quiet location so slept well. Ideal for beach and two-minute drive to town.Wide choice for breakfast. ' - Tracy Copeland - February, 2012

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