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Peak Season - 5th May to 28th Sept - Minimum stay 1 week Saturday check in/out.
Low Season - 29th Sept to 4th May - Minimum stay 4 nights check in/out as required.
Falmouth Bay Self Catering Holiday Apartments is a family run business with two completely refurbished self catering apartments. The apartments are located on a quiet tree lined road within a short stroll of Gyllyngvase Beach, which has something for everyone. A perfect place to just sit with a cold drink or a meal and watch the world go by. Or, if you're feeling more energetic, you can go for a swim, try paddle boarding, canoeing or sun bathing. We're within walking distance of Falmouth's vibrant town centre, the Maritime Museum, Pendennis Castle, coastal paths and local rail links. We think we have the perfect holiday location for couples, families or friends, in addition our apartments are comfortable, stylish and very affordable. Why not give us a call or email us, we'd be more than happy to answer any questions you might have. We'd also be happy to discuss any special arrangements you might need. We sometimes cater for short breaks and special deals depending on whether it is high or low season.
Why not give us a call, we'd be glad to help. We'd try our best to explain why Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments can help you discover the wonderful sights and sounds that can be found in Falmouth and Cornwall. Close by you will find dramatic cliffs, secluded coves, rocky outcrops and vast expanses of beach. Away from the sea, there is moorland, wooded valleys and a variety of market towns and villages. If you visit Cornwall you'll be amazed by its stunning diversity. Historic Cornwall can be found everywhere, from the buildings to the standing stones, the mining industry, to the ancient Cornish hedges, and the fishing and farming which hasn’t changed for centuries.