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Niver Dew

£428 - £995 per week

Cosy up in this traditional cottage, tucked away in one of Falmouth's hidden corners, sandwiched between the harbour and the high street. Cleverly modernised but retaining a classic charm, Niver Dew, Cornish for Number two, is a delightful bolthole from which to enjoy Falmouth. The modern kitchen is a great space for family meals or you could just relax in the outdoor space, with a cup of tea and a good book. Located in a quiet residential area, but just a few steps away from the heart of Falmouth, where you can enjoy an evening of fine dining or a pint of local Ale in the nearby pub. Finish the day in comfy beds with goosedown duvets for a good night's sleep, ready for another day of adventure.

Immerse yourself in Falmouth, soaking up the atmosphere in the flamboyant high street, maybe browsing the independent shops or enjoying local fare from one of the many cafes. Explore hidden courtyards, visit the farmer's market or maybe visit the art gallery. Perhaps wander to one of the local beaches, enjoy a quirky flavour ice cream at Swanpool beach or a SUP lesson at Gylly beach. Enjoy seeing Falmouth from the water, on a boat trip up the river Helford or across to St Mawes. Finish the day with fish and chips looking out over the harbour, just watch out for the seagulls!

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Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2



access from the pavement, main door with one step into:

Sitting room

two sofas, woodburner effect gas fire, TV, doorway into


dishwasher, washer/dryer, gas hob and electric cooker, coffee machine, fridge/freezer, table and four chairs, door to outside, stairs leading up to:

Bedroom 1

double bed

Family shower room

WC, basin, shower cubicle

Bedroom 2

twin beds


enclosed seating area with table and benches

Additional information

WiFi, one dog welcome.


Very neat apartment with good solutions. Tastefully decorated. Central. Short distance to shops, public transport, sea, bakeries, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Well equipped kitchen. Very nice bathroom. Good beds. Enjoyed our stay in Falmouth. Good location for many different outings without a car. We took the ferry to St. Mawes, train to St. Ives, bus to Trebah gardens. Nice beaches within walking distance. Employees at Aspects holidays were very accomodating both before and during our stay.

July 2024

Lovely little cottage, in a great location. It was perfect for our short break in Falmouth. We will be back again.

May 2024

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Holidays in Falmouth

Holidays in Falmouth are made for lazy beach days, relaxed wanderings down cobbled streets, and easy access to some of Cornwall’s most fascinating historical buildings – not to mention a coastline that can easily be confused with the Med.

Situated on the coast, Falmouth benefits from four beautiful beaches, with many more nearby, including the much-loved Blue Flag beach, Gyllyngvase. The vibrant seaside town is also home to a selection of tropical gardens and a plethora of attractions to keep you entertained throughout your stay.

During your holiday in Falmouth, why not leave the car behind and experience some ‘car-free’ days out, enjoying transport links from the town by bus, rail, and even by boat! Visitors can take pleasure cruises around the Fal estuary or along the beautiful Helford River. Take the ferry to Flushing or St Mawes and experience the beautiful scenery along the way – it really is the only way to travel.

Home to the third deepest natural harbour in the world, it will be of little surprise that you can also enjoy many different water-based activities from Falmouth including sailing, sea safaris, and watersports – it really is a boater’s paradise!

Falmouth also benefits from a jam-packed events roster including music and food festivals as well as a week-long, town-wide celebration of all things Falmouth.

If you’re bringing the pooch with you, you’ll find lots of dog-friendly outings around Falmouth, as well as some fantastic eateries that welcome dogs and their well-behaved owners.

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Pendennis Castle was built by Henry VIII to protect the Carrick Roads from invasion!

Beaches in Falmouth

If a Cornish stay isn’t complete without a beach day or two, Falmouth is a must-visit with its four beautiful beaches and stunning surrounding coastline.

Gyllyngvase beach – Perhaps Falmouth’s most popular beach, Gylly beach is home to everything you could want from a hazy day in the sand. Consistently flat waters provide the perfect conditions for SUPs while a café and restaurant on the beach offer beachgoers the chance to refresh and refuel without leaving the white gold sands behind.

Castle beach – Just down from Pendennis point you’ll find the aptly named Castle beach, which offers young and intrepid adventurers plenty of rockpools to explore, along with an underwater paradise for keen snorkelers. 

Swanpool beach – More a cove than a beach, Swanpool mixes an idyllic setting with action-packed watersports for a fun-filled beach day whatever your beachy interests. There’s also a great little beachside café for those all-important ice creams.

Maenporth beach – Just on the edge of Falmouth lies another of South Cornwall’s most serene beaches. Flat waters, golden sand, and an award-winning restaurant all add up to an unmissable day amidst sand, sun, and sea in Falmouth.

Things to do in Falmouth

Whether you’re a water baby at heart or a seeker of culture and cuisine, there are plenty of things to add to your holiday itinerary when visiting Falmouth.

Art Galleries

Falmouth is home to an eclectic mix of art galleries, all featuring a wide variety of local and national work. Home to one of the leading art collections in Cornwall, Falmouth Art Gallery is the place to go for a rolling look at Cornish art through the ages or you can head to Beside the Wave for more contemporary exhibitions.


After a shopping trip in Falmouth, you’ll want all highstreets to be lined with cobbles and decorated with colourful bunting – it really does set the scene for a vibrant day out! Falmouth’s shops themselves vary from big names like FatFace and Ann’s Cottage to more niche shops from intriguing antiques to everything Cornwall – perfect for your holiday memento. Oh, and if you have a sweet tooth, you’re going to want to check out Roly’s Fudge Pantry – it’s to die for!


A holiday in Falmouth wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum – two of the town’s top cultural attractions. Both dive into the history of Falmouth and Cornwall with a definite nautical theme, with Pendennis Castle looking more at defence and the museum exploring the wider culture of life by the sea.

Boat Trips

When you get bored of hard ground beneath your feet, set sail up the Fal estuary or along to the Helford river on one of Falmouth’s many fantastic boat trips that vary from party boats to sea safaris to meals on keels (sorry, boat puns are a mandatory here).


With South Cornwall’s microclimate and plenty of sheltered bays, the waters around Falmouth are known for being consistently calm, which makes them perfect for mastering your favourite sea-based activity. Try your hand at everything from kayaking to SUPing, swimming to sailing as you swap dry land for the thrill of the Cornish waters.


River walks, coastal strolls and countryside ambles… there’s no limit to what your feet can discover with the many breath-taking walks in and around Falmouth. Take to the South West Coast Path for unbeatable coastal views (and plenty of opportunities for a cheeky dip in the sea) or take your walk riverside for an idyllic escape to nature. Falmouth’s also home to an impressive collection of gardens, each with their own intriguing collection of paths to explore.

Princess Pavilion

This fantastic theatre complex offers a year-round program of live music, entertainment and theatrical performances. Set in the stunning Gyllyngdune Gardens, you can pop along to take in the beautiful scenery and enjoy a drink and some food in the Garden Room Café. Find out more about the pavilion and what’s on here >

Dining Out

Falmouth is quickly becoming one of Cornwall’s ultimate foodie hotspots thanks to a veritable smorgasbord of top eateries and superb pubs and bars, many with incredible sea views and welcoming dogs. Mexican, Texan, African, Cornish, Caribbean, and vegan, it doesn’t matter what kind of cuisine you fancy, Falmouth’s got it all!

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Dog-friendly Falmouth

While the four main beaches in Falmouth all operate under seasonal restrictions (dogs aren’t allowed on the beaches 1st May – 30th September, 10am – 6pm), there are plenty of pup-friendly places for you and the dog to get your beach fix near Falmouth.

Dog-friendly beaches

Polgwidden Cove – Accessed through the beautiful Trebah gardens, Polgwidden is a lovely shingle cove that’s dog-friendly throughout the year. If you don’t fancy walking, you can always rent a boat and sail there as many of the boat hires in Falmouth welcome salty sea dogs!

Sunny Cove – Perhaps the closest dog-friendly beach to Falmouth, Sunny Cove provides a perfectly sheltered place for a dog nap in the sand. It’s situated between Swanpool and Maenporth just off the coast path, making it a great destination for a dog walk. It is worth noting that the cove is popular with naturists so swimming costumes are optional!

Dog-friendly pubs and restaurants

Stable Pizza – Combining pizza, cider, and harbour views, Stable in Falmouth is a popular haunt for good reason. Dogs are welcome on the ground floor as well as outside so the whole family can enjoy a meal out together.

Five Degrees West – A pub that specialises in pizza and pints, Five Degrees is always a firm favourite with those who want to dine with their pup in tow. Pop in for a quiet drink or a slap-up meal, the choice is yours!

The Boathouse – Claiming the title of ‘pub with the best sea view in Falmouth’, The Boathouse has been welcoming guests for over 300 years, which is perhaps how they’ve perfected their easy-going offering. The menu might change with the season (and the chef’s fancy), but the friendly, dog-welcoming vibes remain the same.

What's on in Falmouth

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. You don’t have to wait for specific seasons either, as Falmouth enjoys plenty of markets and live music throughout the year.

Falmouth Spring Festival

Are you ready to paint the town yellow? Every year, the Falmouth Spring Festival celebrates the start of this blooming wonderful season with a line-up of fantastic events and a tradition that sees the town’s window displays reflect the daffodils that decorate the fields around.

Falmouth Food Festival

Filling Falmouth with tempting treats from a variety of local vendors and producers, Falmouth Food Festival is the place to be for an epic feed. Spend the day filling your bags (and bellies) with the very best grub Cornwall has to offer, while sipping Cornish ales and listening to superb musicians - it's a true feast for the senses!

International Sea Shanty Festival

This internationally popular music event brings all the foot-stomping fun of sea shanties to Falmouth as thousands of people descend to share in a festival that would make any pirate proud.

Falmouth Week

Falmouth Week isn’t just a sailing regatta, it’s a ten-day-long, town-wide celebration that features every entertainment imaginable including unmissable live music, maritime marvels, and aerial displays. Lots of the town’s shops and organisations join in, adding their fun-filled activities to the jam-packed roster.

Falmouth Oyster Festival

Bringing live music, fresh food, and a bevy of activities to the streets of Falmouth, this festival has become a tradition we just can’t do without. Celebrity chefs provide demos so you can recreate your favourite dishes at home while plenty of food and drink stalls provide you with everything you need for a true Cornish feast.

Falmouth Book Festival

You’ll want to pull your nose out of your favourite book for this one as much-loved authors, poets, and storytellers flock to Falmouth for a literary celebration like no other. Expect to find a fantastic line-up of events that cater to all tastes and ages as well as brilliant workshops to entertain and inspire.

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Getting around

There is possibly no better place for a car-free holiday in Cornwall than Falmouth thanks to the town’s numerous public transport options. Catch the bus or train for connections with the rest of Cornwall or leave dry land behind as you hop aboard a ferry to St Mawes or Truro. Of course, if you fancy visiting via car, you’ll find plenty of parking at one of the town’s many car parks or you can use the park and ride service.

What our guests say...

We know how important honest reviews are when it comes to booking your holiday. To help you choose the right property for you, we publish all reviews left by guests who have stayed here in the past, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines. Please bear in mind that some facilities referred to by past guests in reviews can be removed or changed at any time.

Very neat apartment with good solutions. Tastefully decorated. Central. Short distance to shops, public transport, sea, bakeries, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Well equipped kitchen. Very nice bathroom. Good beds. Enjoyed our stay in Falmouth. Good location for many different outings without a car. We took the ferry to St. Mawes, train to St. Ives, bus to Trebah gardens. Nice beaches within walking distance. Employees at Aspects holidays were very accomodating both before and during our stay.

Lovely little cottage, in a great location. It was perfect for our short break in Falmouth. We will be back again.

Niver Dew was perfect for us: comfortable; fully equipped; in a central location good for public transport and food shops so no need for a car; yet quiet and undisturbed. The Aspects team were unfailingly polite and helpful.

Very well and centrally located in Falmouth, which has lots of nice shops and places to eat. Also a good place to stay to explore Cornwall. Very comfortable beds and well equipped kitchen. Would recommend as long as you are OK with the walk up the hill to the parking space - it was fine for us.

We <3 Niver Dew. Great little place in an excellent location. This is our second visit and we still haven't seen everything in Falmouth. We would recommend Niver Dew and we will be back!

The house was cosy, and in a great location close to town and harbour. The parking although away from the house and tucked away, was close enough not to be an inconvenience, unless any mobility issues. The owners thought of guests needs in terms of kitchen utensils, blankets, games, books, info on Falmouth and welcome tea, coffee, milk and biscuits which were well recieved after a long journey!

We had a wonderful holiday at niver dew. The property was nice and clean. It is located in the near of the harbor and you can reach everything by foot (due to the location it goes up and down in this city). There is a nice bakery in the next house.

Beautiful little cottage, very convenient for the town centre.

Cottage was very well equipped with quality appliances and bedding. Really relaxing break.

Niver Dew is a cosy, clean, well equipped holiday cottage. It is in an excellent central Falmouth location with an array of cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops, beaches and attractions all within easy walking distance.

On arrival the cottage was extremely clean and fully equipped with everything we needed. The location allowed for a real immersive Falmouth experience with everything literally on our doorstep.

Niver Dew was perfectly located for our visit to Falmouth. It was a lovely little cottage and had everything we needed. There were only two of us though. It may feel slightly cramped for four, especially if you have lots of luggage.

The best location! Right in the heart of Falmouth yet peaceful and quiet. Really lovely cottage home from home. Definitely will be back again!

Lovely, nicely decorated, extremely clean house, close to town but in a quiet location.

Parking is not too far away but it is up quite a lot of steps.

We really enjoyed our stay at Niver Dew. A lovely cottage right off the High street so it was very handy. Really clean and comfortable. Plenty of restaurants, ice cream parlours and a short walk to the harbour/maritime museum. Would definitely recommend

We would definitely recommend Niver Dew, lovely cottage, 2 minutes walk to centre of Falmouth.

We had a lovely time in Falmouth found everyone very helpful and friendly the cottage we found was absolutely very clean and comfortable and had everything you would possible need

Niver Dew is a comfortable cottage, near to the harbour, restaurants, shops & pubs. We had a lovely holiday, however access to the property on arrival & departure is very difficult. The loading bay is at the top of a very steep hill, anyone with mobility issues will struggle with suitcases & bags. ,

Reply from Aspects Holidays

We are sorry if you had struggled with the access to the property. With the parking being a few minutes' walk from the property and the walk from the parking or the unloading bay being downhill, so a climb back up the car; this may not suit everyone. We have already noted in the description that the parking is a few minutes from the property, but we will continue to monitor for feedback on this and if it needs to be made any clearer, we will add some additional information. Thank you for the helpful feedback and we hope that you still enjoyed it here. Tanya, Customer Services

Niver Dew is a pretty, well-equipped cottage very close to all amenities in Falmouth, including buses and ferries, pubs and restaurants. There is an excellent bakery right on the doorstep, The Natural Store two minutes away for groceries, plus regular supermarkets nearby. There is plenty to do in Falmouth: we especially enjoyed the beach & cafe at Gyllyngvase and Pendennis Castle, both of which can be reached on foot in about 25 minutes.

Cosy, well equipped accommodation in a fantastic location. Had a lovely stay at Niver Dew over New Year, would highly recommend and hope to return!

Never Dew is a very comfortable and cosy house. It has everything you need and is of high quality. We loved the central location as it is easy to access restaurants, pubs, shops and the beach. Recommend staying here.

Cosy accommodation in a great location, would definitely recommend.

This is a lovely cottage well equipped and very comfortable especially the beds. Decor is lovely and is in a very good location right in the heart of the town. I would definitely return

A clean, comfortable property, only spoiled by the difficulty of parking to load and unload on arrival and departure.

Reply from Aspects Holidays

Being right in the heart of Falmouth, in a tucked away corner so that you can be close to everything, yet away from much of the noise associated with being right in the heart of a very popular Cornish town, does mean that you cannot pull up directly outside the property. There is a little bit of a walk from the location that you can usually pull in to unload and a further walk from car parks to the property, so it is something worth bearing in mind when booking any property that is not advertised with parking directly outside. We hope that you found that the fantastic location in the heart of lovely Falmouth was worth a bit of a walk from where you had parked. Tanya, Customer Services

Great location to explore Falmouth. A cosy and comfortable property that we’d happily stay in again the next time we wish to visit the area.