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B and Bs in Falmouth

Trelawney Guest House
6 Melvill Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4AS | View map
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We take pride in our home cooking and offer an extensive breakfast menu - using locally sourced farm produce making use of the outstanding quality of food from Cornwall. We are environmentally conscious and recycle wherever possible. At Trelawney Guest House you can be assured of a warm welcome and we will do everything to make your stay in Falmouth a comfortable and stress-free experience. Trelawney is the perfect location for a relaxing stay in Falmouth with many interesting places to visit close by. This is a central location from which to explore not only Falmouth but much of Cornwall including the nearby Lizard. Some of the finest beaches are just a short walk away. Enjoy a pleasant boat trip; experience the varied coast line, nearby villages and see the seals and dolphins along the way. Stroll through Falmouth town with its varied array of interesting shops, galleries, unusual cafes, bars and restaurants, many with harbour and sea views. Falmouth is accessible by road, rail and by sea. Newquay Airport is about an hour drive with links to London. Trelawney offer free transfers from local rail and coach stations.

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