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Eastbury House

Coastal charm pervades at Eastbury House.


Falmouth Gyllyngvase Beach
Sea Views
Sea views

Public Transport

Bus Stop
528 feet
Train Station
0.5 miles


0.2 miles
Eating Out
0.2 miles
0.8 miles

This fabulous holiday home is just meters from the south west coast path, the sandy shores of Gyllyngvase Beach and the popular Gylly Beach Cafe.  Falmouth town with its many independent shops and restaurants is just a 20 minute stroll away and from the piers and quays there are various boat trips to St Mawes, Helford and beyond.

If shellfish is your thing then be sure to book ahead (at least four weeks in advance), a table at the renowned Wheelhouse restaurant on Upton Slip. Let Tina and her team
cosset you with their love of sea delicacies. Experience The Kitchen in Old Brewery Yard for a truly unique eating experience, Provedore for the most excellent tapas, or The Star and Garter on the Old High Street for stunning harbour views, great wines, ales and the best gastro food.

Around the town are many great shops and galleries so why not treat yourself to a memento of your Cornish holiday, then take ten in one of the great coffee shops such as Espressini and Stones Bakery.

If you want to explore a little more of what Cornwall has to offer then Falmouth is very well connected and you can be in St Ives or at The Eden Project within a 45 minute drive.

Falmouth has three beaches, Swanpool, Gyllyngvase and Castle Beach, each with its own cafe. Head further west to the golden sands of Maenporth and the chef owned, consistently excellent Cove Restaurant and Bar. Further west and you reach Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens plus the beautiful estuaries of the Helford River and some more waterside dining spots, such as the Ferry Boat Inn.

And at least once please take a moonlit walk along the seafront, hand in hand with your favourite person and reflect on our wonderful world.