The Rosemary Shortlist*

A two-minute stroll from Gyllyngvase beach, Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s ‘delightful’ B&B occupies an Edwardian town house with ‘fantastic views’ across the garden towards Falmouth Bay. More

Contact details

The Rosemary
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace,
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 4DL.
England
Tel 01326 314669,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

8. Two 2-bed suites.

Open

Generally Feb–end Oct, ‘but call for availability over the winter’.

Facilities

Lounge, bar, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, south-facing garden, sun deck.

Background music

None.

Children

All ages welcomed.

Dogs

Allowed in some bedrooms by arrangement.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Per room B&B single £50–£75, double £79–£162. 2-night min. stay preferred.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

A two-minute stroll from Gyllyngvase beach, Lynda and Malcolm Cook’s ‘delightful’ B&B occupies an Edwardian town house with ‘fantastic views’ across the garden towards Falmouth Bay. ‘Clean and comfortable’, the homely bedrooms are individually styled; the best look towards the sea. All rooms are supplied with tea, coffee, bottled water and bathrobes. Sit in the lounge for a Cornish cream tea, or ask for a picnic hamper with fortifying slabs of home-baked cake, before setting off on a coastal ramble. ‘Good-quality’ breakfasts have home-made preserves, Cornish honey, plenty of fresh fruit (all diets may be catered for). 10 mins’ walk to town.

Map

The Rosemary
22 Gyllyngvase Terrace,
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 4DL.

Guest comments

'Heartily recommend. Excellent location if by car or public transport. Friendly welcome from proprietors and staff. Clean tidy well appointed with good facilities and modern furnishings. Good provision of locally sourced toiletries. Excellent choice and variety of breakfast menu using local produce provided by excellent service.Comfortable lounge well appointed with local books and guides. ' - Wyn and JennyPoole - October, 2016
'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

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