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B and Bs in Penryn

Glasney Village Apartments
University College Falmouth
Tremough Campus
Treliever Road

Penryn
Cornwall

TR10 9EZ | View map
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Whether it is walking, surfing or relaxing in peaceful surroundings, the Glasney Village accommodation jointly owned by University College Falmouth and University of Exeter, provides the perfect base for exploring the many attractions on offer in Cornwall.

Offering Bed & Breakfast and room-only accommodation, with a 3 star campus rating, Glasney Village lies a short distance from the historic and picturesque town of Falmouth with its many beaches.

Glasney Village offers modern and comfortable accommodation arranged in self-contained apartments sleeping up to 10 guests in ensuite single and double bedrooms.

Bedrooms can be booked on an individual basis or, for larger groups, why not book the whole apartment and spread the cost between the group. With a maximum capacity of 10 people per 7-bed apartment, this provides excellent value for money.

To book the whole apartment (7-beds, all with en suite facilities and a communal kitchen) - Choose GLASNEY VILLAGE APARTMENTS

To book an individual en suite bedroom - Choose GLASNEY VILLAGE BEDROOMS

Please note, there is a 2 night minimum stay.

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