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Beach House March Saver: Late Availability In Our New Rooms

We're finally seeing a hint of Spring and to celebrate Storm Emma's departure we're offering even better rates on our last minute availability for March in our brand new Beach House rooms, from only £69 per person.

The daffodils are out in the fields, our glorious gardens are in full bloom, the beaches, footpaths and attractions are free from crowds and there are some great events and festivals to check out. Cornwall in the spring can feel like a bit like a secret club – it’s arguably the best time of year to visit, it’s certainly when Cornwall is at its most beautiful, and yet there is hardly anyone around. Need anymore convincing? Have a read of our top reasons to visit us in March here

AVAILABLE Now – 27th March 2018

Our amazing March Saver is from only £69 per person for 1 night and £120 per person for 2 nights

  • Choose either a 1 or 2 Night Stay in our new Beach House Room with Terrace to experience panoramic sea views, comfy king size beds, walk-in showers and your own beach facing terrace
  • Full Cornish Breakfast each morning
  • 3 Course Dinner on 1 Night
  • Temporary full membership to our new Health Club,
  • And you can enjoy 20% off Spa Treatments when you book prior to arrival!

CALL 01326 312707 to book YOUR SPRING BREAK NOW

Terms and conditions apply: Subject to availability, full pre-payment at the time of booking, non-refundable and non transferable. Package only available as stated above.

6 Reasons To Stay With Us In MARCH

Fields of daffodils, gardens in full bloom, crowd free beaches and a calendar of spring themed events. Most people would say spring is the best time of year to visit Cornwall and Falmouth more specifically. Have a read of our top reasons to visit us in spring…

1. Events

Cornwall is famous for it’s busy calendar events, and March is no exception. Take in everything spring has to offer including the celebration of the blooming gardens, Cornish food and drink and best of all experience Cornwall like a local.

beer festival

2. Great Gardens

Uncover nature with the gardens of Cornwall. Home to an abundance of stunning sub-tropical gardens, you’ll be spoilt for choice both locally and if you wish to venture to other areas of Cornwall.

  • Glendurgan Garden (15 min drive): Beautiful National Trust Garden overlooking the Helford River.  Features a 180 year old Maze. Visit here for more details.
  • Trebah Garden (20 min drive): Overlooking the Helford River, this sub-tropical garden, is set in a picturesque valley. There is a busy calendar of performances in the Amphitheatre. Visit here for details.
  • Trelissick Gardens (20 min drive): This National Trust Property has stunning views across Falmouth Bay and features a formal walled garden and popular woodland walks. Visit here for details. 
  • Enys Gardens (10 min drive): Said to be the oldest gardens in Cornwall.  A hidden gem on the outskirts of Falmouth. Visit here for details. 
  • The Lost Gardens of Heligan (50 min drive): Home to the Tremayne Family for over 400 years, this dramatic garden is one of the most famous in Cornwall. Visit here for details. 
  • The Eden Project (1 hr drive): The famous transformation of a disused mine, is now home to the famous Biospheres and one of the country’s leading environmental charities.  Ideal for families with lots of interactive activities. Visit here for details.
  • Tregothnan Estate (45 min drive): Explore this famous tea estate and home to the Boscowan Family. Visit here for details.
  • Godolphin (40 min drive): A beautiful 17th Century National Trust House and Garden, with countryside, river and hill walking.  Located outside Helston. Visit here for details.
  • Trengwainton Garden (55 min drive): One of the first places to introduce Magnolias and Rhododendrons in this country.  This National Trust property has been a popular sub-tropical paradise since the 1920’s.  Located in Madron, close to Penzance. Visit here for details.

3. Explore the Fal River

Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination, Fal River stretches from Truro to Falmouth with places to eat, shopping, culture and ferries to get around points of the river.

Make it a day trip and take the ferry from Falmouth to St Mawes to see the beautiful scenery of Carrick Roads, taking you past castles, the working docks and you might even spot some dolphins and basking sharks! Visit their website here to find out more.

St Mawes Ferry

4. Walks

Cornwall is known for it’s stunning coastal walks and in March it’s even better. Take advantage of the uncrowded paths to take some time to yourself and enjoy the sea air. Click here for a list of beaches in the area for coastal walks or take part in Boscastle Walking Week from 15th-20th March to explore the beautiful countryside in the village of Boscastle.

Take a coastal walk straight out of the hotel door:

  • Gyllyngvase Beach (1 min walk)
  • Castle Beach (10 min walk)
  • Swanpool Beach (15 min walk)
  • Maenporth Beach (10 min drive)

5. Exercise

For the fitness fanatics among us, or simply people who want to put their feet up and relax, our Health Club is open to all hotel residents. Explore our new state of the art gym or get some laps in at our 12 meter pool. If you’re feeling extra adventurous try paddleboarding across the road at Gylly Beach, visit our list of local activities here.

6. Wildlife

Explore Cornwall’s wildlife on land or sea, visit the animal sanctuaries or try a wildlife cruise from Falmouth to see seals, wild dolphins and basking sharks.

Wildlife in Cornwall

Call 01326 312 707 to book our March Saver package above. Can’t find the time in March? Take a look at our Easter Break here or other Breaks and Offers here

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