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Tudor Court Guest House
Melvill Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4DF | View map
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Tudor Court Guest House has been lovingly maintained to create a modern version of Edwardian elegance, with an emphasis on comfort for our guests. We are open all year round offering bed and breakfast accommodation.

Ideally situated for access to the beach town and the whole of Cornwall. We often have parents of CUC (Tremough) University students staying with us and offer a complementary breakfast to your son or daughter (breakfast menu).

With off street parking at the side of the Guest House, Tudor Court Guest House is situated in an position with some lovely views of the bay from bedrooms at the rear. TUDOR House Hotel, Falmouth Cornwall

Falmouth, sandwiched between the mouth of the fascinating river Fal and the beautiful Falmouth Bay, has a long maritime history. The town boasts a variety of restaurants, bistros, specialist shops and notable historic buildings.

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Nearest Train Station: Falmouth
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
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