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Gyllyng Hall Falmouth

 
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Built in 1873 as a Quaker Meeting House once frequented by Beatrix Potter, this iconic Falmouth building was converted into apartments in the late 1990s. Gyllyng Hall is the largest of these with far reaching views across the whole of Falmouth harbour, from Flushing round to Pendennis Point, with the ever-changing vista of St Mawes and Carrick roads clearly visible from most of the windows of this four bedroomed apartment. The apartment is over two floors at the top of Gyllyng Hall. It has been newly refurbished and boasts vaulted ceilings, wonderful character features and spectacular uninterrupted views of the harbour.

Gyllyng Hall is perfectly located for easy walking access to the High Street, the National Maritime Museum, Events Square and many shops, cafes, bars, bistros and pubs. The train station is a seven minute walk along a tree lined avenue.

Sitting/dining/kitchen area

gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Nespresso machine, corner sofa, Smart TV, DVD, washing machine, table and eight chairs, views across the harbour.

Bedroom 1

king size double bed, sofa, chair, en suite with bath, shower, WC and basin, views across the harbour.

Bedroom 2

king size double bed, views across the harbour, open clothes hanging.

Bedroom 3

zip and link beds (king or twin), open clothes hanging.

Bedroom 4

bunk bed, bean bag.

Family bathroom

bath, rainfall shower, WC and basin.

Additional information

gas central heating. Gyllying Hall is on the first floor, there isn't a lift in the apartment building. The parking space is less than a minutes walk away. WiFi, up to two dogs welcome, short breaks available.

 

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A hub of activity

Holidays in Falmouth enjoy the ideal holiday base to explore the area from, with many opportunities for ‘car free’ days out, enjoying transport links from Falmouth by bus, rail and boat. Visitors can take pleasure boat cruises around the Fal estuary or up the beautiful Helford River. Take the ferry to Truro or St Mawes, and you’ll be able to experience the beautiful scenery along the way.

Many people visiting Falmouth go for the gardens, with four major gardens in Falmouth and a further three close by. From Falmouth, you can also enjoy many boating activities, including shark fishing, sailing, sea safaris and water sports; a boaters paradise!

Pendennis Castle

Stay in Falmouth and a visit to Pendennis castle is a must. Find out more on our blog: A day out at Pendennis Castle.

Perfect for all seasons

Ideal for short breaks out of season, Falmouth is the perfect location to enjoy a self catering holiday. The town has a rich tradition of hosting a year-round programme of events, from sailing regattas to live music and an abundance of food and drink festivals. The Fal River festival takes place each year in May, with events taking place in Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland Peninsula celebrating the culture and history of this Cornish river. 

The pure volume of things to do in and around Falmouth means that you are promised an eventful stay, whatever time of the year.

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Local events

Stithians Show

Celebrated since the early 1800s, the Stihtains Show is a fine agricultural event showcasing animals, arts and crafts, food and drink, music and more. Don't miss the Countryside Area and Exhibition Ring. 

16th July 2018

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Charlestown Regatta

Enjoy a week of live music, watersports, competitions, pasty-making, children's sports, raft races and a carnival, all with the backdrop of the famous Georgian harbour.

21st - 27th July 2018

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Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week

Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week is one of the largest sailing regatta's in the south west with more than 300 yachts racing over eight days.There is also a full events line-up which includes entertainment in Falmouth's Events Square and offsite activities such as outdoor film screenings and Red Arrow displays.

10th - 19th August 2018

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Falmouth Oyster Festival

Celebrate the start of the Oyster season at Falmouth's Events Square. Get involved with food demonstrations, browse local craft stalls and taste some spectacular seafood!

11th - 14th October 2017

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Falmouth Autumn Walking Festival

The Fal River Autumn Walking Festival has over 100 inspiring walks for all ages and abilities and aims to get people exploring the River Fal and enjoy the brilliant Autumnal colour in the area.

October 2018 TBC

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Falmouth Beer Festival

Always a popular event, the Beer Festival takes places annually at the Princess Pavillions. Admission includes a commemorative festival glass and offers over 250  cask ales, 100 ciders and perries, fruit wines and bottled beers.

October 2018 TBC

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Truro City of Lights

A festival of light delights the crowds who line the streets to see a parade of giant handmade lanterns. All manner of samba, brass and pipe bands process alongside, accompanied by flamboyant dancers. Further outdoor music performances take place throught the evening and there are many a food and drink stall at which to pick up a tasty snack or warming drink.

November 2018

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Cornwall Spring Flower Show

Held at Boconnoc House, Lostwithiel, the 107th edition of the Cornwall Spring Flower Show is a real treat for gardening enthusiasts. The two day event features show gardens, competitive classes and horticultural stands. Enjoy the fabulous displays, pick up plants for your own garden and ask the experts for some tips and advice!

6th-7th April 2019

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Helston Flora Day

An ancient annual event, Helston Flora Day includes craft stalls and traditional dances throughout the day, where crowds line the streets to watch the procession.

8th May 2019

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Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature

Celebrating the life and works of this renowned author, the Du Maurier community festival in Fowey has grown into a popular annual event.

11th - 18th May 2018 

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Fal River Festival

A ten day festival celebrating life on River Fal. The not-for-profit event encorporates music and drama, arts and heritage, gig racing, swimming and lots more.

Early June 2018 TBC

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International Sea Shanty Festival, Falmouth

The Falmouth Sea Shanty was founded and is organised by Falmouth Shout. Sea Shanty events aim to preserve and promote the maritime heritage of Falmouth and Cornwall as a whole and are thoroughly enjoyable.

14th - 16th June 2018

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Polperro Music & Arts Festival

Polperro holds an annual 9 day festival with a craft fayre, live music, comedy nights and a procession. The festival is completely free to attend so make sure you visit to experience Polperro at its best.

15th - 22nd June 2019

 

Mevagissey Feast Week

Celebrated since 1754, Mevagissey Feast Week is a celebration of food, music, dance and more. With a host of colourful events being held throughout the week, this is a festival not to be missed!

June 2019

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