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Falmouth Gyllyngvase Beach
Sea Views
Sea glimpses

Public Transport

Bus Stop
289 feet
Train Station
0.2 miles


528 feet
Eating Out
528 feet
0.4 miles

Curlew is just a minute's walk to one of Falmouth's most beautiful beaches, Gyllyngvase. One of only eight beaches awarded the Blue Flag award in recognition of its cleanliness and high quality of water. Dine at the award winning restaurant, hire a SUP or pick up fresh bread from the on beach bakery.

Keep your eyes peeled looking out to sea as you walk Falmouth's sea front along Cliff Road. Grey seals can regularly been seen peering back at you and it's not unusual to see dolphins and porpoises playing in the bay.

If you enjoy wildlife watching then a trip with AK Wildlife Cruises is highly recommended. Captain Keith's tours are a wonderful way to view the spectacular Cornish coastline.

Kinbrae House is just a short walk from the Falmouth Town train station, linking you with the rest of Cornwall and beyond. If you prefer to use the local transport why not try the St Mawes Ferry to the Roseland or to really travel in style book the water taxi and name your destination!

Falmouth has plenty of local restaurants, shops and cafes to keep you entertained. Whether you decide to stay in this area, or use Kinbrae House as your base to explore what the whole of Cornwall has to offer, you'll find this the perfect base to rejuvenate those tired feet.