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Penryn is a small and ancient town at the head of the widening Penryn River heading to Falmouth, a wonderful jumble of Tudor, Jacobean and Georgian buildings that have brought conservation area status... Read More.

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Glasney Village Apartments

Glasney Village Apartments

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 ... More | visit website

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Bay View B&B (0.14 miles)

Bay View B&B

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Small friendly B&B, set in a quiet semi rural location, with fantastic views onto Penryn/Falmouth Harbour. Quality en-suite rooms, with TV, tea/coffee facilities. "The best breakfasts in town!!" Open all year. ... More

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The Tremough Campus (1.10 miles)

The Tremough Campus
Minutes from Truro and Penryn, Falmouth and the glorious beaches of the Cornish south coast, this property offers affordable, high-quality accommodation with fantastic scenery and excellent facilities including on-site parking. Representing the best of both ... More | visit website
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Greenbank Hotel (The) (1.34 miles)

Greenbank Hotel (The)

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The Greenbank Hotel is Falmouth's oldest, and the only hotel on the water's edge of one of the world's largest and deepest natural harbours. Dating from the mid-seventeenth century and with its ... More

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Oasis Guesthouse (1.48 miles)

Oasis Guesthouse

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The oasis guesthouse is a beautifully refurbished property, conveniently located in Falmouth, part of the Cornish Riviera known for its mild sub tropical climate We are well positioned between the ... More

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Park Grove Hotel (1.49 miles)

Park Grove Hotel

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Centrally situated for harbour, town centre and beaches. Excellent cuisine and extremely comfortable en suite rooms.Personally supervised by resident proprietors. The Park Grove Hotel occupies an attractive position overlooking Kimberley Park , ... More

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Penmere Manor Hotel (1.60 miles)

Penmere Manor Hotel

Set amidst beautiful gardens and woodlands, this Georgian house has been elegantly maintained and has been building its reputation as a family-run hotel for nearly 40 years.
Situated on the outskirts of the busy port town ... More | visit website

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Castleton B&B (1.68 miles)

Castleton B&B

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* Small freindly B&B
* Centrally located, close to shops & restaurants.
* En-suite rooms
* single, double, twin & family rooms available
* Open all year
* non smoking
* pets by prior arrangement

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Sixteen Falmouth (1.82 miles)

Sixteen Falmouth

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At 'Sixteen' you are a guaranteed of a warm Cornish welcome. Renovated in 2007/8, this B & B offers a high standard of accommodation with flat screen digital TVís, wine ... More

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Lyonesse Guest House (1.82 miles)

Lyonesse Guest House
welcome you to the Lyonesse Guest House web site. We are open all year round for short or long stays. We accept mid week bookings; and our cuisine can cater for both Vegetarians and Vegans. ... More | visit website
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The Observatory Guest House (1.90 miles)

The Observatory Guest House
Welcome to The Observatory, a comfortable and homely Guest House centrally located in Falmouth. The foundation stone of The Observatory was laid on August 12th 1884 by Lord Mount Edgecumbe, who was the ... More | visit website

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