No.6 has everything you need for a relaxing stay in Falmouth.
Brilliantly located between the beaches and the town’s artisan shops, restaurants and bars, the apartment has private parking and Wi-Fi, plus free use of neighbouring Falmouth Hotel’s indoor pool, gym and leisure facilities.
Falmouth’s quieter, more mysterious Castle Beach is just across the road, with rock pools to explore and wildlife to discover. Changes in tide and weather paint the crystal clear seawater a new colour each day. From here you can swim, scuba, paddleboard or kayak – all in the shadow of Henry VIII’s Pendennis Castle.
Blue Flag status Gyllyngvase Beach, with its wide arc of golden sand is a short stroll along the seafront past exquisite Gyllyndune Gardens. At the beach, Gylly Beach Café, Bakery on the Beach and a convenience store provide all you need for a day at the seaside.
Unlimited Wi-Fi and a Smart TV allow access to all stations or you can stream your own channel subscriptions.
Bookings include free private off-road parking, just outside No.6 with no reservation needed.
Food & Drink
From fresh coffee to craft beer, fish restaurants to hand- stretched pizzas, Falmouth is foodie heaven.
Relax on the Regency terrace of neighbouring Falmouth Hotel over-looking the beautiful Falmouth Bay.
Make the most of The Falmouth Hotel’s indoor swimming pool, gym and leisure facilities at no extra charge.
Choose from Gylly Beach’s arc of soft, pale sand beside the clear waters of Falmouth Bay; or the rock pools and activities at Castle Beach.
This maritime town offers all things nautical from night- fishing and wildlife excursions to sailing and The National Maritime Museum.
Comfortable, king size bed and a sofa bed if needed. Beds have cotton bed linen and there are blackout curtains to both rooms.
“Delightful little apartment. Spotlessly clean. The host has thought of everything with some extra homely touches. Ideally located, walking distance to both town and beach. I would strongly recommend this apartment.”
Explore Falmouth & Cornwall
For a day in town, we recommend you include a visit to The National Maritime Museum. Fifteen galleries over five floors explore the influence of the sea on history and culture. From folklore to science, theatre to lectures, the dynamic events at the NMM are carefully thought out to appeal to all ages and levels of maritime mastery.
If you fancy combining your history with some real sea-faring, spend a day exploring Henry VIII’s castles. Pendennis is a short walk from your apartment and its twin, St Mawes is a fun twenty minute ferry-crossing from the Prince of Wales Pier. Both were built to protect England from the Armada and have incredible views across the Fal Estuary and out to sea. Now English Heritage properties, both sites have parking, toilets and a cafe/shop as well as interactive opportunities to learn about Falmouth’s history.
For garden lovers, Trebah and Glendurgan are both a 15-20 minute drive away. Both sub-tropical gardens lead you downwards through a variety of intriguing landscapes filled with exotic and indigenous plants until you emerge at the cove. 7,500 US troops set-off from Trebah in 1944 for Normandy to take part in the D-Day Landings and you can see a memorial to the brave Americans at the bottom of the garden. As well as fascinating history and plants, you’ll find adventure playgrounds, shops and cafes at both sites. Enjoy losing yourself in Glendurgan’s maze or Trebah’s bamboozle before an ice-cream on the beach.
A little further afield, at the tip of the Roseland peninsula, is St Anthony’s Lighthouse. Built in 1835 to guide vessels clear of the Manacles, the site of the lighthouse is dramatic, historic and home of TV classic, Fraggle Rock.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I only book via The Falmouth Hotel?
Yes, book here but if you have any booking issues please contact us.
Is the swimming pool free?
Yes. Use of the swimming pool, jacuzzi and gym are all free. Spa treatments can be booked at the hotel at additional cost.
Is there any availability for my dates?
Please enter your dates in the calendar to see if No.6 is available.
Is there a bath or a shower?
Both! There’s nothing like a good soak after a day on the beach, but there’s a powerful electric shower too.
Do I need a car?
Not really, Falmouth Docks station is a few minutes away and everything else is within a short level walk.
How much does it cost?
The property has seasonal rates so it really depends on when you’d like to come and stay. Check reservations for prices.
How many people can stay?
One to three people. There’s one king size bed, plus another sofa bed if you need it.
Do I need to bring towels and shampoo?
No. The hotel provides bath towels and hand towels and complimentary toiletries. You’ll just need your own beach towels.
Is breakfast included?
No. The hotel provides tea, coffee, sugar, milk and biscuits as well as other non-food consumables necessary for your stay.
Can I bring my pet?
Sorry, this property doesn’t allow pets.