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Westcott GH
2 Gyllyngvase Hill

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The Westcott Guest House offers four star bed and breakfast accommodation just a stone's throw from the beach in Falmouth. The town's award winning beaches are just a two minute walk from the accommodation and the town can be reached in ten minutes. Should you be arriving in town by train then the railway station can be reached in around five minutes. There can be few pleasures which beat a leisurely walk along the sea front before a hearty breakfast. We offer a wide and varied breakfast menu and guests can choose between a selection of cereals, fruit, meats, cheeses breads and yoghurt before enjoying the more traditional full English breakfast. There is much to see and do around the town for the whole family including the National Maritime Museum, Orca Sea Safari, ferry trips along the River Fal and Pendennis Castle. We feel very privileged to live in such a beautiful part of the country and look forward to sharing this experience with you. There is so much to see on the water around Falmouth, the 3rd largest natural harbour in the world. Cruisers - Tall Ships - Falmouth Week - Oyster Festival - Regattas in the small villages: Flushing; Mylor; St Mawes. Take a course to learn how to sail a catamaran, a dingy or ocean going yacht... motor boats by the hour.

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