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Top-rated holiday rentals in Falmouth

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Guest suite in Falmouth
Central Falmouth, Private Kingsize Annex + Ensuite
A stylishly furnished king-sized annex with its own private entrance. The room is at the back of our Victorian townhouse and has its own ensuite shower room and private outdoor space. It is located in central Falmouth close to the town centre, beaches, rail stations and some of the university campus buildings. It is ideal for couples, parents visiting their kids at university and business travelers. On-street parking is free. Please note there's no breakfast, only tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
11–18 Apr, Individual Host
£69 per night
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Flat in Cornwall
Beautiful Harbourside Apartment with Parking
Marlbro is a beautiful mezzanine apartment, ideal for couples with stunning harbour views across to Flushing and beyond. Marlbro is conveniently situated at the top of the very pretty 'Old High Street'. Here you can relax and explore by foot for the duration of your stay should you wish. The apartment is a short stroll into town where you'll find fabulous restaurants, bars and shops. Plus Stones Bakery right on your doorstep. Marlbro has a secure parking space in the car park opposite.
12–19 Oct, Individual Host
£132 per night
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Townhouse in Cornwall
Luxurious cottage in the heart of Falmouth
Betty's is a unique, stylish, romantic, one-bedroomed end-terraced cottage with a 'big heart', close to Falmouth's vibrant high street & restaurants, and a short walk to local 'blue flag' beaches. Close to Falmouth University and a 10-minute walk from Falmouth Town train station. Relax for a while in our luxurious little gem, enjoying the beauty of our seaside home town, with ferry trips to beautiful destinations or wonderful coastal walks within a half hour drive.
12–19 Nov, Professional Host
£101 per night

Popular amenities for Falmouth holiday rentals

Stay near Falmouth's top sights

Pendennis Castle203 locals recommend
St Mawes Ferry25 locals recommend
Princess Pavilion & Gyllyngdune Gardens19 locals recommend
National Maritime Museum Cornwall114 locals recommend
Trago Mills17 locals recommend
Harbour View10 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Falmouth

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Home in Cornwall
Spectacular luxury waterfront house
27 Jan – 3 Feb, Professional Host
£353 per night
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Townhouse in Falmouth
Cool and contemporary waterfront house
19–26 Jul, Individual Host
£332 per night
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Guest suite in Cornwall
Bright and modern self-contained annexe
24–31 Aug, Individual Host
£102 per night
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Apartment in Cornwall
Beautiful seaview apartment with parking,Falmouth
18–25 Jun, Individual Host
£160 per night
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Flat in Bank Place
Carrick View Harbourside Apartment
23–30 Jan, Individual Host
£155 per night
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Apartment in Falmouth
Falmouth Two Bedroom Beach Front Apartment
21–28 Nov, Individual Host
£166 per night
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Cottage in Falmouth
Rural barn near beach and town
31 Jan – 7 Feb, Individual Host
£97 per night
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Flat in Falmouth
Waterside apartment, Vi-spring king bed, parking
9–16 Nov, Individual Host
£113 per night
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Townhouse in Cornwall
Jacob's View - Luxury townhouse, panoramic views
6–13 Apr, Individual Host
£263 per night
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Guest house in Cornwall
Bright Cornish Boathouse near Town and Beaches
8–15 Apr, Individual Host
£104 per night
Superhost
Townhouse in Cornwall
The Salt House - Stunning Views, Central & Parking
21–28 Apr, Individual Host
£153 per night
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Flat in Cornwall
Falmouth Bay townhouse apartment - amazing views!
24–31 Aug, Individual Host
£108 per night

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Falmouth

Total rentals

770 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

270 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

20 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

200 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

410 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

33K reviews

Your guide to Falmouth

Welcome to Falmouth

The charms of this historic port town in southwest Cornwall have long been appreciated by sailors. Its deep-water docks sit on one of the largest natural harbours in the world; famous seamen, explorers, and yacht racers have hailed from here. Surrounded by beautiful countryside — from the estuaries of the Helford and Fal rivers to the Roseland Peninsula — it has attracted an art scene, too, resulting in some excellent galleries. On the headland to the south of the harbour sits the magnificent Tudor fortress of Pendennis Castle; beyond it, within easy walking distance of the town centre, are Gyllyngvase and Swanpool beaches, two of the four that the town boasts. Many beautiful gardens have been planted in and around the town, filled with subtropical plants that thrive in the Cornish climate, while the National Maritime Museum, in its award-winning building on the harbourside, hosts a stunning collection of exhibits including full-scale boats.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Falmouth

South Cornwall’s microclimate makes Falmouth a pleasant prospect for much of the year. Even its winters are comparatively mild, although you can experience Atlantic weather (wind and rain) any time of year. Spring, when the town’s gardens and its surrounding countryside are in full bloom, is particularly lovely. Plus, it’s less busy than the summer, when most of the sailing regattas take place. There’s also a popular spring festival held in March. June welcomes the Falmouth Sea Shanty Festival, and in August, Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week hosts the biggest regatta of the year. In autumn, temperatures dip a little but are still enjoyable, and in October the Oyster Festival celebrates the area’s wonderful seafood and cuisine.


Top things to do in Falmouth

Pendennis Castle

Built for Henry VIII in the mid-16th century, and paired with another fort in St Mawes, this coastal stronghold with its giant circular keep is an iconic image of the town. Besieged during the English Civil War, it was later used by the Victorians, and its guns even saw action during the two world wars. You can take a tour, or simply admire it from a distance, perhaps on one of the ferries.

Jacob’s Ladder

These 111 steps, which lead from Falmouth’s main square to an inn at their top, were built as a shortcut by the pub’s owner. The Ladder has proved an effective form of marketing as people from all over take the climb for the fabulous views of the harbour and the estuary — not to mention the beer you can enjoy as a reward.

St Mawes

The principal village on the Roseland Peninsula is a pretty place with a decidedly upmarket vibe — British royals have been known to frequent it. The scenic 20-minute ferry journey across the harbour makes it a great day trip. Beyond the village, you can explore the peninsula’s picture-perfect countryside and coastline.

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