Budock Vean the Hotel on the River

A Hotel in Falmouth, Cornwall

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Mawnan Smith
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Budock Vean the Hotel on the River, Falmouth

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Accommodation Description:

This family run 4-star hotel is set in 65 acres of gardens and parkland and is located on the banks of the Helford River. The award winning restaurant specialises in local seafood. The hotel is an ideal base from which to enjoy a myriad of magnificent country and coastal walks and for visiting the Cornish Gardens.

4 star rating

From: £63.00

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