Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Fabulous’ views stretch across Falmouth Bay from Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s relaxing B&B. The ‘friendly’ hosts welcome guests with a drink and home-baked cake, and provide tips on what to see and do in the area. ‘Shipshape’ bedrooms on the first and second floors of the Edwardian town house are well supplied with filtered water, biscuits, fresh milk for hot drinks, toiletries and fluffy bathrobes; sea-view rooms have binoculars, too. Take a Cornish cream tea in the lounge; in sunshine, sit on the deck in the ‘beautiful’ rear garden. Breakfast has ‘first-class’ choices: home-made preserves, local cheese, a Cornish cooked. Ask for a picnic hamper before embarking on a coastal ramble or a trip to the beach.
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace
4 Jan–mid-Dec (call for winter availability).
lounge, bar, breakfast room, in-room TV (Freeview), garden, sun deck.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms by arrangement (not unattended), on a lead in lounge, bar and garden.
per room B&B single £60–£75, double £80–£120. 2-night min. stay preferred in high season.