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Eden Lodge
54 Melvill Road
Falmouth
Cornwall

TR11 4DQ | View map
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Eden lodge is a quality family run bed and breakfast in Falmouth, Cornwall. Eden Lodge is one of the oldest houses in Falmouth dating back to 1605. It’s our attention to detail that will ensure you a friendly warm welcome in our relaxing and comfortable house with excellent service throughout your stay. Visitors who return year after year comment that it is truly a home from home. We will try and accommodate any special requests or needs that you may have. We are a pet friendly establishment. All our rooms are comfortable with most being En suite. Why don't you come and unwind in our beautiful guest and private lounge. Stroll out the French doors that lead you to the patio, seating and BBQ area or relax on the sun deck before taking a dip in our 10 meter heated indoor pool. Our indoor heated swimming pool is our piece de resistance. With your comfort and relaxation in mind we offer towelling robes for your use and we are the only bed and breakfast in Falmouth to have one. Falmouth boasts the world’s third largest natural harbour, and has grown into a busy port over the last 400 years. Alongside the economic prosperity brought by our relationship with the sea, Falmouth is a hugely popular sailing and leisure destination. Rich history, great atmosphere and beautiful scenery make Falmouth a popular choice for visitors.

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