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Tregenna
28 Melvill Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4AR | View map

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Tregenna Guest House is a small, Family Run Establishment situated in the lovely harbour town of Falmouth. The Guest House is midway between the town, local beaches, docks and busy harbour. Whether travelling by car, coach, bus, rail or boat, you will find our location a convenient base for visiting all the sights and places of interest that Cornwall has to offer. Those on foot will find that 5 minutes will take even the slowest walkers to the beach, harbour, railway station or well on their way into the bustling seaside town with its shops, pubs and restaurants. All of our six comfortable, homely rooms which are situated on the first and second floors have delightful harbour or sea views and are maintained to the highest of standards - catering for individuals and families alike. Most rooms are ensuite and all have their own hand basin, shower facilities, shaving point, colour T.V. and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. Off road parking is also available. A choice of breakfasts from cereal to a Full English using quality local produce, are served between 0800 and 0900 in our large dining room. However, 'early birds' are happily catered for with prior notice. In order to enjoy your stay at all times of the year, the premises are centrally heated, double glazed and fully insulated. Other facilities available include a comfortable T.V. lounge/family room available day and night with digital TV and Freeview. At the rear is a large sun terrace complete with spectacular views of the harbour. Please be advised that smoking is not permitted inside the house but is allowed on the terrace outside.

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