Good Hotel Guide Review
Soothing sounds of the sea, boats bobbing on the water, ‘magnificent’ vistas across the harbour – life on the water’s edge doesn’t come much closer. The large hotel is an amalgam of modern additions to the oldest hotel in Falmouth. Florence Nightingale stayed here; her name can still be seen in the guest book displayed in reception. Light floods in to contemporary public spaces, toned to match the colours of sea and sky. Luxurious bedrooms have harbour-facing seating, statement wallpaper, splashes of vivid blue. Throughout the day, menus are served in the Water’s Edge restaurant: shellfish lasagne with pan-fried brill; seared lamb striploin with lamb croquette and port jus. Guests can step straight on to the water, into a boat from the hotel’s pontoons.
lift, bar, pub, restaurant, lounge, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, ramps, civil wedding licence, spa treatments.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 9 dog-friendly rooms, pub, not restaurant, bar.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £109–£359, D,B&B £159–£409. 1-night stays sometimes refused.