Highcliffe B&B is very well located. It is a stones throw from the beach front and a five minute walk into the town and harbour.
To the front of the house and just a minutes walk is the beach front where you can take your first holiday snap. From the beach front you can walk to your left and head towards Castle Beach located just below Pendennis Castle. It takes just a minute or two to get there. Pendennis Castle is permanently in sight along the headland and you can carry on uphill to the Castle and walk around its’ moat. The views from Pendennis Castle overlook The River Fal and St Mawes and also the bay to your right.
Choose to walk to your right along the beach front for around 5 minutes and you’ll find yourself at Gylly Beach: our blueflag beach. You can either have a swim, hire a paddleboard from Wesup, have a brew at Gylly Beach cafe or take the coastal walk to Swanpool Beach which takes around 10 minutes.
Whichever way you choose to go you’ll be taking photos all the way. The sea will always be in sight.
For the town and harbour, a simple 5 minute walk takes you to the start of town: The National Maritime Museum, Rick Steins’ Fish and Chip Shop, the main harbour in Falmouth and the main shopping street. Here you will find lots of boutiques and an enormous amount of fantastic restaurants.
Everything is easily available to you by foot.
Highcliffe B&B is:
- 5 minute walk to Falmouths’ town & harbour
- 5 minute walk to the main beach: Gylly Beach
- 5 minute walk to The National Maritime Museum
- 4 mile drive to Tremough Campus
- 200 yards from The Princess Pavillion
- 2 minute walk from Falmouth Town rail station
How To Find Highcliffe Bed and Breakfast
Leave the M5 at *Exeter* and take the A30. Leave the A30 taking the *A3076* exit to *Truro*. Take the A39 from Truro to Falmouth.
For a more detailed route map we recommend The AA Route Planner using our postcode TR11 4AR
Change at Truro main line station and connect to Falmouth branch line. Alight at The Town also known as The Dell station. Exit the station on foot and walk up Avenue Road and under the railway bridge. Immediately after the railway bridge take a left up Lansdowne Road. About 50 yards up the hill you will see a pedestrian alley way on your right hand side. At the top of the alley way turn right and you will see Highcliffe immediately on your right. It is the second house and is clearly signposted. The walk is up hill and is approximately 3 minutes.
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