About Falmouth


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The Oceanic is situated in the heart of Falmouth, a popular tourist retreat that is widely recognised as one of the finest coastal towns Cornwall has to offer.

Falmouth is packed with a variety of attractions, all of which are within walking distance of The Oceanic. From the majestic panoramic views of Falmouth Bay, exploring the history of Pendennis Castle to entertainment including musical and theatrical performances at Princess Pavilion, Falmouth really does offer something for everyone.

Renowned for the quality of its food, Falmouth plays host to a wide range of outstanding restaurants and eateries – including Rick Stein’s fish and chip restaurant and oyster bar.

For those who want to relax with the soothing sounds of the sea, Gyllyngvase Beach is just a short stroll away, while any number of highly rated beaches within Cornwall are within driving distance.

Falmouth is no stranger to culture either, with various art galleries and museums to choose from. A number of celebrated gardens are also situated within easy reach of the town.

If you enjoy spending time on the water, the harbour and local beaches offer a fantastic range of water sports to enjoy from sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking & power boating to fishing trips, scuba diving & sea safaris.

Falmouth boasts probably the largest calendar of festivals & events of any coastal town in the UK including the International Sea Shanty Festival, Pendennis Cup regatta, Oyster Festival and much more.

We’re always on hand to make recommendations depending on what you hope to get out of your trip to Falmouth so please feel free to get in touch if you’d like our advice.