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Rosslyn Hotel
110 Kimberley Park Road

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The Rosslyn Hotel is a Victorian built Hotel which has been tastefully refurbished and upgraded while still retaining many of its original features. Just a ten minute stroll from the town centre and the water front ,this charming Victorian building is set in its own large subtropical gardens. The hotel is conveniently situated on the northern side of Falmouth with far reaching views across the town to the sea and countryside beyond. The Pinewood Restaurant within the Rosslyn offers a table d`hote menu with fresh local produce used whenever possible. The restaurant also offers a Steak Bar menu and incorporates a Bar which features a fine Wine List. All of the bedrooms are comfortable and well equipped. The Rosslyn Hotel is Family - run and hosts, Roy and Angela, take great pride in offering a warm and friendly welcome. Situated in Falmouth the Rosslyn is within reach of many of Cornwalls many attractions and offers an excellent base from which to enjoy them. Closer to home, the tranquil Helford River and the charming town of St Mawes are very accessible both by car and by boat, as is Truro and the beautiful Carrick Roads.

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