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Hawthorne Dene Hotel
12 Pennance Road

TR11 4EA | View map

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We at the Hawthorne Dene extend a warm welcome to our family-owned and run falmouth hotel. Once inside you can experience the elegance, charm and comfort of a bygone era. Full of interesting antiques, with old photographs and pictures adorning the walls. There is a fine library full of many books and daily newspapers and magazines for you to peruse if you wish, and a glorious open log fire by which to enjoy and relax in the ambience of this lovely old house.

Each of the bedrooms is furnished to a very high standard with fine comfortable beds and are full of individual character and detail. All the rooms are fully ensuite with power showers, heated towel rails, towels and a range of luxury toiletries. Most rooms have fantastic sea views overlooking Falmouth's magnificent bay, with views of Pendennis castle, St Anthony's Lighthouse and a panorama that stretches from the Roseland to the Lizard.

We pride ourselves on our original menus using only the finest of fresh produce, free range and organic wherever possible. There is a choice of daily Table d'hôte and à la carte menus inspired by both traditional English and continental cuisine and we cater for a wide variety of tastes and needs.

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Ratings/Awards: EnjoyEngland / AA 4 Stars
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