FALMOUTH CORNWALL - BEACHES/PUBS/BEACH BARS
Many of the harbour side shops, cafes and restaurants have unsurpassed views across the water to Flushing , Falmouth Bay and beyond.
Falmouth's main street has a charming mix of shops for gifts, clothes and antiques; just head down the road and swing a right into town.
RESTAURANTS/PUBS IN FALMOUTH
Falmouth has a wide selection of world cuisine many serving the very best in local seafood and produce. Our current favourites are :
HARVEY'S WHARF - Discovery Quay 01326 314351
A wonderful fusion of chic and style. The food is prepared in the open kitchen by a wonderful team of Chef`s all being specialists in their own fields. (Amazing steaks!) This together with the wonderful location on the Marina side means its just a perfect place to sit and enjoy all Harvey`s has to offer.
STAR & GARTER - High Street, 01326 318313
With FANTASTIC 180 DEGREE VIEWS over the harbour, the Star & Garter is Falmouth's premier gastro-pub. A traditional Cornish freehouse, but with a twist !
RICK STEIN'S RESTAURANT & TAKEAWAY Discovery Quay
01841 532 700
Following on from his sucess in Padstow, Rick Stein has recently opened in Falmouth, Get some takeaway fish and chips and sit on the harbour, taking in the views.
PUB, Beacon Street 01326 315425
Literally opposite Estuary View, the pub with the views, Great local food, Cosy relaxed atmosphere, board games, Kids and dogs welcome and the best bit only yards from your door.
OLIVERS, High Street 01326 218138
Many of our guests have recommended this one for some 'posh nosh'
just down the road
GYLLYNGVASE Cliff Road, This is the main town beach and a beautiful, long sandy stretch. Calm waters most of the time, excellent facilities for kids and a very cool café.
CASTLE BEACH also on Cliff Road, this smaller beach is not as busy, has excellent rock pools and a good but basic café.
Walking or driving along the coast (beautiful walk) from the above beaches will lead you to SWANPOOL and MAENPORTH beaches. These are both lovely sandy with cafes and stunning views over to the headlands. Swanpool also has a nature reserve with a lake for boats and swans.
Gylly Beach - 5 mins away, on Gyllngvase Beach, locally sourced food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, over looked by Pendennis castle with fantastic views of the lizard peninsula.
Blue Bar - Porthtowan
Seasonal, local & freshly prepared food served daily from 10 am Live Bands at weekends. Huge Outside terraces with epic sunsets. "The original beach bar-brasserie..."
Sandbar - Praa sands
One of our regular haunts, right on the beach, cant beat a sunday carvery, followed by a walk on the beach.
Watering Hole - Perranporth
Right in the middle of Perranporth beach, great food, sunday carvery.
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