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The Anchorage is a beautiful, traditional cottage in a quiet street with exceptional harbour views, but still only moments from the bustle of Falmouth's award winning old high street. It offers luxurious accommodation with stylish furnishings and a chic, modern kitchen. A glorious bolthole in which to truly kick back and relax after a busy day exploring. The contemporary interior complements the traditional cottage wonderfully, creating a tranquil ambience so you can really get away from it all.
The outdoor areas are perfect spaces to relax with a coffee and a good book before starting your day's adventures. The Anchorage is hard to leave but if you can tear yourself away, Falmouth is just a short walk away with an exciting mix of shops and restaurants to enjoy. The nearby pier provides boat trips out to sea or along the River Fal or the Helford Passage. The Anchorage is the ideal base from which to pack a picnic and spend the day at one of Falmouth's stunning beaches just relaxing or perhaps hiring a paddleboard or kayak. There are often local festivals to join in with, such as the famous sea shanty festival, or the popular oyster festival for a unique Falmouth experience.
two stone steps into:
with doors to sitting room, cloakoom, kitchen, door to rear garden and stairs to first floor.
two sofas, TV, woodburner and sea views.
Aga with five ring gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, dining table with six chairs, door to rear garden.
king size double bed, sea views, en suite with shower, WC and basin.
double bed and sea views.
free standing roll top bath with handheld shower attachment, WC and basin.
gravelled front garden with table and seating for two and sea views, tiered rear garden with lower level patio with table and chairs, steep steps up to terrace with lounge seating.
gas central heating, woodburner, please supervise children when using outside space due to steep steps, the garden may not be suitable for those with limited mobility, WiFi, short breaks available.
Lovely property, great view, highly recommended ??
Mrs Dunstan March 2020
Lovely house and great break. Really like Falmouth
Mr Roughley February 2020
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Holiday in Falmouth and experience ‘car free’ days out, enjoying transport links from the town by bus, rail and boat. Visitors can take pleasure boat cruises around the Fal estuary or along 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 visit Falmouth for the breath-taking scenery and tropical gardens, and with four major gardens in Falmouth and a further three close by, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
From Falmouth, you can also enjoy many boating activities, including shark fishing, sailing, sea safaris and water sports; a boater’s paradise!
A holiday to Falmouth wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum; experience both to learn more about Falmouth’s history. Find out more on our blog: A day out at Pendennis Castle.
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 you chose to visit.
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The Falmouth Spring Festival is a wonderful early season celebration of coast, community and culture. Falmouth town and its community will be celebrating spring with a range of events and activities throughout the week. The town will be painted yellow with daffodils and decorations and spring clean days will see the beaches and towns tidied up.
14th - 24th March 2020
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 2020
On this special weekend, Tregothnan will open its private gardens to the public. These secluded gardens on the banks of the River Fal have divrse trees and rare collections of flowers and plants.There are more than 100 acres of gardens to explore, featuring ancient camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons.
13th - 14th April 2020
This lovely little festival in the stunning Roseland Peninsula offers something for everyone, including music, art, films, walks and talks.
23rd April - 4th May 2020
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 2020
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 2020
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.
24th May - 2nd June 2020
This fun event is organised by Looe Boat Owners Association in support of Looe RNLI. Enjoy the fun by making and entering your own raft, or just come and cheer everyone on.
9th June 2020
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 2020
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 2020
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!
23rd - 29th June 2020
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.
15th July 2020
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 in Charlestown.
27th July - 2nd August 2020
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.
9th - 18th August 2020
The Fowey Royal Regatta includes sailing contests, a carnival, the crowning of the Fowey Queen, a pasty eating contest, and as per tradition, a giant pasty which is shared out among the community.
18th - 24th August 2020
The city-wide celebration of Cornish food and drink will be centred around Lemon Quay with pop-up events and activities taking place across the city.
Daytime content will include chef’s demos, a local produce market, gourmet street food stalls, a local restaurant trail, workshops and live entertainment showcasing the best in local talent. The evening content will include a beer and cider festival and live music on all three nights.
27 - 29 September 2020
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.
3rd - 5th October 2020
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!
9th - 13th October 2020
The Mevagissey Shanty Festival is taking place across various harbourside venues. There will be lots of shanty and accapella groups from all over the Uk entertaining the crowds throughout the weekend. The event begins at 7pm on the Friday and will continue on the Saturday at 11am.The main stage will be at the Mevagissey Activity Centre where there will also be a Cornish beer festival going on at the same venue.
18th - 19th October 2020
Find unique gifts and tempting treats at Charlestown Christmas Market featuring a wide range of local crafters and traders.
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.
23rd November 2020
Browse an impressive selection of Cornish crafts and delicious food on the Piazza in Truro. It's a great place to find special Christmas gifts for loved ones with plenty of choice from local artisans, artists and food and drink producers.
The annual St Austell Brewery Celtic Beer Festival will have more than 180 ales and ciders, live music and a thriving atmosphere for a good cause.
Looe lantern procession and carol service will take place on the 7th December. The procession starts at 6.30pm with the carol service and festive lights switch-on at 7.30pm. On the 8th Santa will arrive in Looe by boat and lead a procession to his grotto in East Looe where there will be a market, bouncy castle, face painting and food stalls. The Looe Santa fun run takes place on the 9th in the morning and fancy dress is encouraged. On the 9th there will also be a Christmas Market and gin fair from midday - 5pm.
Find unique gifts for your loved ones at the Lost Gardens of Heligan Christmas Fair. £2 includes entry to the gardens and access to more than 100 stalls, featuring some of the best local producers, creators and artisans.
The big Christmas lights switch on in Mevagissey will take place at 5pm, illuminating the harbour with sparkly lights.
Find the perfect presents for your nearest and dearest at Truro's Winter Gift Fayre. You can expect to find luxury food and drink, festive decorations and gorgeous gifts, with more than 80 stalls from local South West producers.
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Lovely property, great view, highly recommended ??
Mrs Dunstan Mar 2020
Lovely house and great break. Really like Falmouth
Mr Roughley Feb 2020
Fabulous property with sea views. Bright, airy and well appointed. Quiet location but literally a 5 minute walk to the centre of Falmouth. Parking is not guaranteed, however we did manage to park outside most of the time or spaces could be found in nearby streets. Would highly recommend and would stay again.
Miss Rowley Sep 2019