Places to Eat & Drink
Family run restaurant/bar/café located in the heart of Falmouth, a great place to eat with fantastic views over the Harbour. Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, you will always find a warm welcome and a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Their seasonal menus and specials board offer the best of local produce with an emphasis on seafood but also with a good balance of meat and vegetarian dishes. Family friendly, the Harbour View has seating both inside and out with a spacious deck and complementary blankets for alfresco dining. (11 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
The Gylly Beach Cafe
Wonderfully positioned on Falmouth’s famous Gyllyngvase Beach, overlooked by the imposing Pendennis Castle and central to panoramic views of the Lizard Peninsula and The Helford River, Gylly Cafe is a unique, stylish and popular place to eat. Family-run and award-winning, it offers a warm welcome outstanding service and locally sourced food, served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. (3 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
Beerwolf Books is an arty hub of Falmouth, where book and beer-loving folk abound. Tucked up an alleyway off the main drag, Beerwolf Books has put an end to a time where the joy of getting stuck into a good book was only available alongside coffee and cake. Wall-to-wall with unusual, brilliant books and serving unique ales and ciders on tap, here you can lounge around with an enthralling tome in one hand, speciality beer in the other. And, instead of burrowing away at home with book in hand, here you get to hangout with the rest of the words and beer appreciation society in one of Falmouth’s coolest social spaces. (6 minutes by car - 18 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
St Michael's Hotel & Spa
The 4* St Michaels Hotel and Spa is across the road from the apartments. Here you can enjoy a wide range of therapies and gym classes. You can also book tennis courts through the hotel which are situated close to the beach. There is also an inside swimming pool, sauna and Jacuzzi. Eat out at St Michaels' 2 rosette restaurant from it's good selection of dishes with bar meals and afternoon teas . (3 minutes on foot) For more information click on image.
The Castle Beach Cafe
Castle Beach Cafe is located directly on the beach with fantastic views of Falmouth Bay, the historic Pendennis Castle and St Anthony headland. It is the ideal place to sit and watch the world go by. For the children, there are rock pools, which are ideal for swimming and snorkeling, while Mum & Dad relax and chill out over a light meal or specialist coffee. There is also free Wi-Fi for the use of customers, (4 minutes by car - 15 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
The Star & Garter
The Star & Garter has stood as a pub at the heart of the town since 1892 but has undergone major changes in order to maximise the harbour views with a bigger dining area, bespoke fixtures and fittings and cosy wood burner. The new open kitchen features a ceramic bbq, pickling area and butchery room. Star & Garter chef’s cook over an open fire using fresh fish landed in Newlyn each morning and meat from well-known local butcher, as well as Falmouth Oysters picked straight from the river right outside the front door. A really great place to eat with fantastic views of Falmouth bay(7 minutes by car - 21 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
The Pandora Inn
The Pandora Inn
The Pandora Inn is a charming creekside Pub which is steeped in history. A chocolate box building with flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof. Its spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. While the Pandora's wonderful setting remains unchanged, everything else in this cosy traditional inn is 21st century comfort and quality. The Pandora Inn is an award winning pub which uses the freshest, local, seasonal produce. There's an extensive wine list and traditional real ales from St Austell Brewery. (20 minutes by car) For more detailed information click on image.
The Ferryboat Inn
The Ferryboat Inn dates back to the 16th century and sits on Cornwall's picturesque Helford River where you can walk the coastal path and enjoy spectacular scenery. It has now been taken over by the "Wright Brothers" from the Wrightbrothers Oyster and Porter House and their oyster farm in Cornwall. This means you can sample the freshest fish and seafood straight from the boat. It now fulfills all the expectations of a pub and combines an oyster counter and a small restaurant. (20 minutes by car) For more detailed information click on image.
Filled with historic local charm, The Chainlocker and Shipwrights offers something for everyone. Good food, quality local real ales and a great atmosphere to enjoy them in. Many a yarn has been told here. Many a ships crew have sung their song here. History hangs on the walls here, some dating back to the 1800’s. Watering hole for all, locals, fishermen and sailors alike. (4 minutes by car - 14 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.
Rick Stein's Fish
The seafood restaurant in Falmouth serves Rick’s favourite dishes such as Amritsari fish, Cornish chilli crab and meen kulambu, a fragrant cod curry from Southern India, as well as fish and chips and daily specials. As well as the seafood restaurant, there is a takeaway serving fish and chips, tiger prawns, fish chilli burgers, battered oysters and more. (3 minutes by car - 12 minutes on foot) For more detailed information click on image.