Trelawne Hotel

A Hotel in Falmouth, Cornwall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Mawnan Smith
Falmouth
Cornwall
England
TR11 5HT

Trelawne Hotel, Falmouth

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Trelawne is a unique privately owned and family run hotel with 12 bedrooms all with stunning sea views or attractive views of our grounds garden and neighbouring countryside . We offer unrivalled panoramic views over Falmouth Bay over to Rosemullion Headland. Trelawne has been owned and managed by the Gibbons family for 44 years.

Set in a beautiful unspoilt corner of Cornwall Trelawne is the perfect setting to relax and unwind with our welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Rooms have either stunning sea views or attractive views of the hotel grounds and surrounding countryside. All rooms have been re-furbished in 2015/16/17 to incorporate a contemporary coastal and country palette. All include crisp white cotton linen en suite bathrooms and free view flat screen televisions.

We also have four ground floor bedrooms two of which are sea facing both fully re-furbished and with walk-in showers. The refurbished restaurant offers fresh seasonal and locally sourced produce and overlooks Falmouth Bay. Trelawne also offers a licensed bar extensive wine list a large selection of bottled craft Cornish real ales and a choice of bar meals.

A comfortable guest lounge with pleasant views over to Rosemullion on the right and Falmouth Bay to the left. Trelawne is the perfect setting for relaxing all-year-round holidays or short breaks with Maenporth beach and Mawnan Smith village only a short walk away. We are just five minutes from the South Coast Path offering endless walks along our unique slice of unspoilt Cornish coastline with Helford to the West and Falmouth to the East.

Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens are close by. Both fantastic sub-tropical valley gardens displaying stunning spring colour. Falmouth the National Maritime Museum Cornwall Pendennis Castle and many fine beaches and shops to explore.

The Lizard and Roseland peninsulas are both within easy reach to explore. We are also just a 10 minute drive from both the Penryn and Falmouth University Campuses making us a great choice to provide a quality stopover whilst visiting the Universities or family with ample parking away from the bustle of Falmouth.

3 star rating

From: £80.00


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Room Facilities
Ironing board
Free Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Iron
Internet access
Direct dial phone
Freeview
Alarm clock
Dining guide
Trouser press
Telephone
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room
DVD player
Desk with lamp
Hairdryer
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Amenities
Lounge
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Wakeup call
Room service
Restaurant
Ironing facilities
Porter service
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Photocopier
Fax machine
Direct dial phone
Desk

Dining Facilities
Trelawne has a re-furbished restaurant offering fabulous sea views over Falmouth Bay and the surrounding countryside. Offering local seasonal and freshly prepared cuisine we pride ourselves on our menu which changes daily. There is also a lounge menu available offering lighter and more relaxed dining choices. There is also an extensive wine list and well stocked bar. Please note that the restaurant is does not open on Sunday evenings during the high season.

Meals
Dinner
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Games available
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
Dogs

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