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Royal Duchy Hotel
Cliff Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4NX | View map

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Firmly established as Falmouth's premier and only four star hotel, The Royal Duchy is situated in a prime sea front location, with dramatic views across the bay.

Dining at the Royal Duchy is one of the Hotel's greatest pleasures. An established team of top chefs has earned the hotel no less than 2 AA Rosettes for cuisine.

The Hotel's delightful bedrooms are well appointed, each with private bathroom en-suite, colour satellite TV, radio, direct dial telephone and a lift provides easy access to all floors. There is Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

A splendid indoor pool shares the Hotel's leisure complex with a sauna as well as snooker and table tennis.

All year round a varied programme of musical entertainment guarantees there's never a dull moment.
Just yards from the Hotel lies one of Falmouth's many beaches offering safe family bathing, and the town itself has quaint streets and alleyways bearing witness to its 300 years of maritime heritage.

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Nearest Train Station: Falmouth
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Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43

Price per Room:

Double: From £170
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Restaurant

Name: Terrace Restaurant
Cuisine: Classic Fine Dining
Chef: Damian Broom
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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