FOUND IN FALMOUTH

Found in Falmouth

Moments from the beach, and just as handy for the marina and town, The Lerryn is well placed to explore every part of Falmouth.

Our guests use us as a base for walking, golfing, and getting out on the water - the deep and sheltered harbour making it ideal in almost any condition. There are festivals throughout the year celebrating everything from sailing to cider. Not to mention castles to explore, museums to wander, and plenty of nooks and crannies even we haven't uncovered.

So whatever it is you fancy - including doing not much at all - we're here as and when you need us to make the most of your stay. And we won’t be offended if you just want to do your own thing.

EATING AND DRINKING

Firstly, no seaside town would be complete without its pubs. And Falmouth boasts its fair share that serve good food, good beer, and good company.

For something a little special though, Rick Stein has an eatery nearby, and The Wheelhouse is growing a national following for its shellfish. If it's views you're after, we recommend The Cove at Maenporth and the Pandora Inn right on the edge of the Restronguet Creek. Or there’s always the small but perfectly formed Oliver’s on the High Street.

We could go on and on. If you need help with any eating and drinking dilemmas, or want us to make you a reservation, just ask.

Eating and drinking

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