Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Great for a relaxing time’, Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s ‘delightful’ B&B has ‘fabulous’ views stretching across Falmouth Bay. The ‘friendly’ hosts welcome guests with a drink and lemon drizzle cake and provide tips on what to see and do in the area. ‘Shipshape’ bedrooms of the Edwardian town house are well supplied (fresh milk for hot drinks, filtered water, biscuits, spoiling toiletries, fluffy bathrobes); binoculars in sea-view rooms. Panoramas can be enjoyed in the lounge over a Cornish cream tea. The ‘beautiful’ garden at the back has a sun deck. Guests wanting to explore might ask for a picnic hamper, before embarking on a coastal ramble or trip to the beach. Breakfast has ‘first-class’ choices: home-made preserves, honey, fresh fruit or a Cornish cooked.
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace
4 Jan–end Dec (advisable to call for winter availability).
lounge, bar, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), garden, sun deck.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms by arrangement (not unattended), lounge, bar, garden on a lead.
per room B&B single £60–£75, double £80–£115. 2-night min. stay preferred in high season.