The Grove Hotel

Grove Place, Falmouth, Cornwall, England, TR11 4AU, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Falmouth

Day 28. Falmouth

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... to the Pier at 4.10 and immediately boarded the ferry to St Mawes which was leaving at 4.15. It was a 20 minute trip across the river. St Mawes Castle stands on a point opposite Pendennis Castle. These are two of the best preserved castles in Cornwall, St Mawes is a small village, nothing much there but very attractive. We caught the 5.15 ferry back to Falmouth where everything was closed as it was nearing 6.00. We found our way back to the car park ...

Day 27. Port Isaac +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... no doubt a few more. But it was a nice flat little village with very colourful houses and flower adorned pubs. Further south we stopped again at Newquay where we had arrived a week ago. This is a modern "party town" a reputation it got from the thousands of surfers who flock here each summer. There was no surf today but the cliffs with pathways leading down to the sea where quite something. Heading back to the cottage we decided to get takeaway for dinner. Bad idea. Where are ...

Day 26. Truro

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... news! Edie decided that we should go to Truro, the main city in Cornwall and have a look around. We arrived just before midday and parked in a multi-storey car park. We were near the cathedral which seems to dominate the skyline from every angle. There are many fine Georgian Terraces in town as well as a good shopping precinct. We actually bought a few things. We went to a flea market in the town hall and bought ...

Day 25. St Michaels Mount +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... the ones we get from the Upwey Bakery at home. We drove back via Redruth as Edie wanted to visit the graveyard of a church at Gwennap. This proved difficult to find as our map was not detailed enough and there were many unnamed lanes shooting off the side of the road we expected to turn off. Eventually with some help, we had to backtrack a few miles to find it. It was old and the graveyard was huge, some maintained but a lot overgrown. Edie was lucky enough to talk to a man ...

Day. 24. Penzance

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... and then headed to the south coast and Penzance. Most shops were shut. We walked along the Causeway which was the main market street in olden days. We then found Chapel Street where the oldest buildings are to be found. This was quite interesting. And that was about it. On the whole Penzance doesn't really have much going for it. And there was not a pirate in sight. We got back to the cottage about 4.30 and I watched the French Open Men's final. We decided that we would go to ...

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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on Grove Place, Falmouth, is near National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Trebah Gardens, Pendennis Castle, and St. Mawes Castle.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding