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Chelsea House
2 Emslie Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4BG | View map

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Just 50 metres from the Blue-Flag Gyllyngvase Beach, Chelsea House is located on Emslie Road, one of Falmouth’s best-kept secrets with beautiful Edwardian houses lining a quiet, peaceful road. Chelsea House has been extensively renovated and upgraded to a high standard, and now offers comfortable accommodation and a warm welcome. It has also been voted 'Best Guest House' by the Lonely Planet Guide.

The guest house has a great location, just a 10-minute walk from Swanpool Beach and Nature Reserve and only 5 to 7 minutes’ walk from Falmouth’s town centre and all of its many bars, shops and cafes. Chelsea House is open all year round and a full English breakfast is included in the room rates. Vegetarians are also catered for. There is also a beautiful garden, in which you can relax with a glass of wine, whilst listening to the bands in the Princess Pavilions.

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