2021 Fal River Cornwall Area Guide Book

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Your essential guide to the Fal River Cornwall Area. From ferries, things to see and do, places to stay, eat and drink and maps & tides, this guide has it all.

Your free area guide to Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination

2021

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FOOD & DRINK PLACES TO STAY SHOPPING WHAT’S ON MAPS TIDES

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Where adventures begin...

Welcome to the Fal River Cornwall Area

Guide Book 2021 - your essential guide to

Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination.

some of the finest restaurants and eateries in

the UK, a diverse range of attractions and more

all lie in wait for you to explore.

By Caroline Harvey

General Manager,

Fal River Cornwall

Fal River Cornwall is situated in an Area of

Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is easy

to see why. With secluded creeks, rugged

coastline, bustling ports and old-world fishing

villages, it’s one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets.

A wide selection of award-winning places to stay,

This guide will help you make the most of your

time here and showcases all of the best bits.

From boat trips to castles, spa days to coastal

walks and the freshest lobster you can get, to

wild sea swims on secret beaches, read on and

let your adventures begin.

The Fal River Team

Photography:

Cornish, John Millar, PixelRain,

Botnmark, Eventbrite.

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Claire Wood

Marketing Manager

Ryan Watts

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Smart, Mike Zuczkowski, Jenny

Nightingale, Adam Gibbard,

Visit Cornwall, Verity Westcott,

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replies are disclaimed and

excluded. No representations,

warranties, or guarantees

whatsoever are made as to the

accuracy, adequacy, reliability,

Distribution

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General Manager

Caroline Harvey

Trust, Lee Searle, Tony Kent,

Hugh Palmer, Steve Tanner,

Les Vowell, Paul Watts, Andy

Anthony Greenwood, Hilary

Daniel, Holiday Cornwall David

Griffen, Louise Jones, Lewis Gill-

on an “AS IS” basis, and all

warranties, expressed or

implied of any kind, regarding

completeness, suitability, or

applicability of the information

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CONTENTS

44

EXPLORE

Sandy beaches, wild walks, beautiful

bike rides, towns and village guides

06 FAL

RIVER

LINKS

A network of ferries, buses & trains

around the Fal River

114

WHAT'S

ON

Festivals, shows, regattas, open days,

cruises and talks...

70

THINGS

TO DO

Attractions & activities. Plenty of things

to do around the Fal River

16

Discover the Roseland

aboard the St Mawes Ferry


A394 to:

Helston,

Lizard

Mawnan

Smith

Penryn

Maenporth

Bissoe

Swanpool

Devoran

Gy lyngvase

Carnon

Downs

Mylor

Bridge

South West Coast Path

St Anthony

Li tle &

Great Molunan

Feock

Place

Porth

Porthbeor

Note: This is a reference map ONLY and should not be used for

navigation, all distances and roads are approximate.

Malpas

Tolverne

Percuil

Towan

Gerrans

Greeb Point

South West Coast Path

Tresillian

Philleigh

Merther

Portscatho

Porthcurnick

Pendower & Carne

Ge rans Bay

Ruan

Lanihorne

Ruan High

Lanes

1 Mile

Nare Head

Gu l Rock

Tregony

Portloe

Creed

Portho land

78

GREAT

GARDENS

The river is surrounded by sumptuous

and intriguing gardens to be explored

92

PLACES

TO STAY

The highest density of award-winning

accommodation providers in Cornwall

130

FAMILY

FUN

Take on our spot the difference

challenge and see if you can get 10!

82

Some of the most beautiful

gardens in Cornwall

84

FOOD

& DRINK

Simplicity of fish & chips on Falmouth’s

sea front to fine riverside dining

122

MAPS

& TIDES

Essential information to make the

most of your time here

1

2

3

4

5

6

8

9

10

A

A393

To:

Scorrier,

Redruth,

Burncoose,

Porthtowan

& A30

Via Ferrata

Cornwall

Pennance Mill

A

A39

B3292

Falmouth

University

Glasney Rooms

A390 B

B

Enys

A30

A390

Falmouth

Trebah Garden

Glendurgan,

Cornish Holiday Cottages

Budock Vean Hotel

Budock Vean Self Catering

C

The Valley

Pandora Inn

C

B3289

Mylor

Flushing

Harbourside

Holidays

Pendennis

Castle

D

Loe Beach

St Mawes

Castle

D

Trelissick

A3078

E

Zoom in p125

Truro

King Harry Glamping

B3289

St Just

In Roseland

Church

King Harry Ferry

Trethem Mill

F

A39

To:

Newquay,

Perranporth,

& A30

St Mawes

Trewince Holiday Lodges

Portscatho Holidays

St Mawes Kayaks

St Anthony

in Roseland

Cottages

Fal River

Cottage

Philleigh Way

Cookery School

The Thirstea Company

90

E

F

G

Tregothnan

Rosevine

The Nare

G

W

Fine dining

experiences

around the

Fal River

H

N

S

H

Veryan

E

B3275

I

A3078

Trenona Farm

I

J

J

A390

B3287

K

Ca

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YOUR ESSENTIALS

Fal River Links Map 08

Navigate Fal River Cornwall and all of its links

Fal Mussel Card Visitor 10

Your key to unlocking Fal River Links

Where to buy tickets 14

Parking, tickets and more

Fal Mussel Card Local 33

Perfect for regular users

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FERRIES & BOAT TRIPS

St Mawes Ferry 16

Place Ferry 20

Enterprise Boats 24

King Harry Ferry 28

Fal River Cuises 34

Flushing Ferry 35

SAFE TRAVEL

Covid 19 guidelines 32

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FAL RIVER LINKS

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FAL

Fal River

RIVER

Links

LINKS

Sam Norman

Skipper,

St Mawes Ferry

Explore the local area with Fal River Links, the

best way to travel. With boat trips criss-crossing

the river, scenic bus routes connecting all the major

towns and villages and frequent train rides along

the Maritime Train Line, Fal River Links is the

sustainable eco-friendly method of travelling

around this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Fal River Cornwall boasts some of the county's most

beautiful parts of the South West Coast Path, award

winning attractions and stunning sub-tropical gardens

which, when all of these are linked with Fal River

Links, good water-side pubs serving fresh Cornish

produce and a healthy dose of vitamin sea, you have

all the ingredients for a great day out.

10

Enjoy the Fal River Links

at your own pace with

the great value hop-on

hop-off travel pass: The

Fal Mussel Card Visitor

BUSES

Cornwall by Kernow 36

Transport for Cornwall 40

TRAIN

Great Western Railway 42

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Feock

FAL RIVER LINKS

Redruth, Camborne, Hayle,

St Erth (St Ives) & Penzance MC

Trains to

Park for Truro

Park for Truro

St Austell,

Truro

Truro

Par (Newquay)

Liskeard (Looe)

Plymouth

Truro

Bristol,

London

50

and The North

Probus

Tresillian

Tregony

Malpas

Calenick

Ruan

Lanihorne

FAL RIVER

LINKS MAP

High

Tide

493

U1

ALL the services shown

on this map accept

the Fal Mussel

Card Visitor

Kea School

Coast to Coast Trail

To: Portreath 11 Miles

National Cycle Route 3

To: Carharrack & Gwenapp Pit

Redruth, Hayle & Lands End

50

Playing Place

493

Coast to Coast

Carnon Downs

High

Tide

Four Turnings

Trelissick

Perranwell

Philleigh

Perranwell

King Harry

Floating Bridge

Cycle Route 3

Feock

Fal River Ride

493

Devoran

Ruan High

Lanes

Norway Inn

Oyster Way

Trelissick Trail

National

Cycle Route 3

To Heligan,

Mevagissey &

Bodmin

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Roseland

Peninsula

U1

8

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Flushing

PW Pier

The Moor

CH Quay

Fal River Ride

Trewithian

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Fal River Ride

St Just

50

St Just

in Roseland

Oyster Way

To: Nare Head

& Portloe

50

SW Coast Path

Gerrans

St Mawes Loop St Mawes Loop

Portscatho

Percuil

FAL RIVER LINKS

Lizard

Place

Mylor

Mylor Yatch Harbour

St Mawes

Helford

Porth Creek Froe

St Mawes

Towan

Porth

Farm

North

Hill

Point

Place Ferry

St Mawes Ferry

Porthbeor

St Anthony

Mylor Bridge

Penryn Campus

Falmouth

University

Penryn

U2

69

U1

69

Penryn

Percuil

River

U3

Budock Water

Falmouth

Goldenbank

St Mawes

Castle

Gyllyngvase

Bohortha

Place

Creeks & Cliffs

Pennance Mill

Maenporth

Mawnan Smith

Swanpool

Enterprise

Boats

Barton

Farm

SW Coast Path

U4

U2

U4

U1

U3

Bissom

Penryn

Penmere

35A

35

Maritime Museum

Falmouth Town

Falmouth Docks

Pendennis

Castle

SW Coast Path

Towards

Helston

Port Navas

Gweek

Helford

Seal Sanctuary

Helford Passage

Helford Short Walks

Frenchman’s

Creek

Helford Village

Gillan Creek

Lamorran

St Mawes

Trefusis Point

Portscatho for Lunch

MC

Flushing Ferry

Pendennis Loop

Molunan

Roseland Ramble

KEY

Fal Mussel Card Sales Point

FAL RIVER LINKS LAND LINKS MISC

BUS STOP

Cornwall by Kernow

FERRY ROUTES

Viewing Point

BIKE

Ferry Landing

Maritime Museum

Parking

Go Cornwall Bus

St Mawes Ferry (All Year)

Bike Route in

Guide Book

Enterprise Boats (Apr-Oct)

Shopping National Trust

Place Ferry (Apr-Oct)

Garden

Pub

National Cycle

Route 3

King Harry Ferry (All Year)

Picnic Spot

Restaurant

Graded Track

WALKS

In Fal River Guide Book

South West Coast Path

Side Walk

English Heritage

Castle

Café

Church

Quiet Lane

TRAIN STOP

Toilets

Main Road

Maritime Branch Line

U2

U1

U4

MC

1 Mile

MC

MC

Woodlane

65A

Lamanva

65A

35

Visitor Centre

Constantine

Flushing Ferry (All Year)

All sailings subject to tides, weather and circumstances

Trebah

Glendurgan

Gillan

Manaccan

SW Coast Path

To: Coverack

& Lizard

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FAL RIVER MUSSEL LINKS CARD VISITOR

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Unlimited Travel Pass

Fal Mussel Card Visitor

Travel for less with the great value

hop-on hop-off travel pass for Fal

River Links.

The Fal Mussel Card Visitor allows you unlimited

travel for a fixed period on ferries, buses and

trains around the Fal River Links network. You

get unlimited travel on many of the services

that connect the river making it the best way to

explore the area and its many gardens, walks,

riverside pubs and attractions.

A Fal Mussel Card Visitor can save you over 50%

on a standard fare and the more you use it, the

more you save. You simply buy a card for 1, 2, 3

or 6 days and then you’re free to enjoy the Fal

River Links at your own pace.

In a nutshell

GREAT VALUE

One Day Card only £21

UNLIMITED TRAVEL

Hop-on Hop-Off Travel

on ferries, buses & trains

HASSLE FREE

Easy to use, just show

your card when you

board. No need to book

DISCOUNTS

Buy online for a discount

Discounts off many

attractions, castles,

shops, cafés & gardens

Where can I buy one?

Ticket Offices

Cards are available from our ticket offices in

Falmouth and St Mawes or from the Truro

Tourism Information Centre. See page 14

for more ticket office information.

Online

Buy online for a discount see falriver.co.uk/mussel

Once you have bought your card online you

have up to 12 months to collect it from one of

our ticket offices. All you need to bring is a print

out of your booking confirmation, or if you are

using a mobile device just bring your booking

details along.

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FAL MUSSEL FAL CARD RIVER VISITOR LINKS

Where to use it

Ferries

St Mawes Ferry

Falmouth - St Mawes

See page 16

Place Ferry

Place - St Mawes

See page 20

Enterprise Boats

Falmouth - Trelissick

via St Mawes

See page 24

King Harry Ferry

Floating Bridge

Feock - Philleigh

See page 28

Flushing Ferry

Flushing - Falmouth

See page 35

Testimonial

“We ordered a 6 day Fal Mussel Card for

the whole family online before we arrived in

Cornwall. It was the best way to see the area,

we went on boat trips every single day of our

holiday which the kids absolutely loved! It was

so nice to be able to explore without having

to drive and being able to enjoy the journey

between destinations as it is so beautiful!

Definitely recommended!”

Already bought your ferry ticket?

You can upgrade a ferry ticket into a Fal Mussel

Card Visitor on the day of

purchase. Ask a member

of crew for details or head

to the nearest Fal River

ticket office (see p14).

Buses

Cornwall by Kernow

U1 & U2

See website

Go Cornwall Bus

35, 35A, 50, 51, 60, 65,

65A, 67 69 & 69A , 493

See map p8-9

Trains

Great Western Railway

The Maritime Line

Falmouth Docks - Truro

See page 42

SCAN TO BUY TICKETS

Get 10% Off

Prices & Tickets

Unlimited travel: Fal Mussel Card Visitor

Adult Child* Family**

1 Day £21 £14.50 £48

2 Day £24.50 £18.50 £65.50

3 Day £28.50 £20.50 £74.50

6 Day £44 £31 £122.50

*4-16 years old **Up to 2 adults & 3 children

Must be used on consecutive days

Buy

online at

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and get a 10%

discount

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GREAT VALUE

UNLIMITED

TRAVEL

Follow these suggested

trips with your Fal Mussel

Card Visitor - you can get unlimited

hop-on hop-off travel around the

river on ferries, buses and trains.

See p10.

The trips and days out listed on these pages will

give you a flavour of the ways you can explore

the river to make the most of your visit.

Follow the times on this page between

31 May - 3 September 2021,

Monday-Friday for a great

day out on the water.

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ONLY £21

Suggested itinerary

Dep: 10:15 - Arr: 10:35

St Mawes Ferry from

Falmouth PWP

to St Mawes

Dep: 11:00 - Arr: 11:10

Place Ferry from

St Mawes to Place

Dep: 13:45 - Arr: 13:55

Place Ferry

from Place St Mawes

Dep: 15:45 - Arr: 16:05

St Mawes Ferry St Mawes

to Falmouth PWP

Suggested itinerary

Dep: 11:15 - Arr: 11:35

Falmouth to St Mawes

Dep: 14:15 - Arr: 15:30

St Mawes to Trelissick

Dep: 17:00 - Arr: 17:45

Trelissick to Falmouth

FROM FALMOUTH

n Place & St Mawes

With St Mawes Ferry & Place Ferry

Complete the Roseland Ramble see p52 and

explore the beautiful Roseland Peninsula.

See the lighthouse, secluded beaches and Place

House as well as the picture postcard old-world

fishing village of St Mawes with its charming

cafés, romantic castle and slower pace of life.

n St Mawes & Trelissick

With Enterprise Boats & St Mawes Ferry

A great way to see all of the River Fal in a day.

Visit St Mawes for a stroll and lunch and back on

the ferry for an afternoon adventure to Trelissick

for the beautiful gardens, house or woodland

walk! Then cruise back on the last ferry.

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FROM ST MAWES

n Trelissick & Falmouth

With St Mawes Ferry & Enterprise Boats

Hop aboard the St Mawes Ferry at 09:45 and

connect with 10:00 Enterprise Boats sailing to

Trelissick (tell the crew). Spend a few hours at

Trelissick before returning back down the river

to Falmouth and enjoy an hour in the town.

Take the last St Mawes Ferry back to St Mawes.

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Suggested itinerary

Dep: 09:45 - Arr: 10:45

St Mawes Ferry from St

Mawes to Falmouth PWP

and change to Enrerprise

Boats for Falmouth to

Trelissick (tell crew)

Dep: 15:30 - Arr: 16:15

Enterprise Boats from

Trelissick to Falmouth

Dep: 17:15 - Arr: 17:35

St Mawes Ferry from

Falmouth to St Mawes

Dep: 10:30 - Arr: 10:40

n Place & The South West Coast Path

With Place Ferry

Perfect for the explorers! Set sail on the Place Ferry

from St Mawes Harbour and start one of the

most beautiful walks in Cornwall. Your skipper

will be happy to advise you on the best picnic

spots and beaches to stop at along the way.

Place Ferry from

St Mawes to Place.

Departures run every 30

minutes, so you can start

anytime.

Dep: 16:15 - Arr: 16:35

Return on the Place Ferry

from Place to St Mawes

Suggested itinerary

Dep: 10:45 - Arr: 12:05

Enterprise Boats from

Trelissick to St Mawes

Dep: 13:45 - Arr: 14:05

St Mawes Ferry from St

Mawes to Falmouth

Dep: 16:15 - Arr: 17:00

Enterprise Boats from

Falmouth to Trelissick

Suggested itinerary

Dep: 10:45 - Arr: 12:05

Enterprise Boats from

Trelissick to St Mawes

Dep: 13:00 - Arr: 13:10

Place Ferry from St

Mawes to Place

Dep: 15:15 - Arr: 15:25

Place Ferry from Place

to St Mawes

Dep: 15:45 - Arr: 17:00

SMF & EB from St Mawes

to Trelissick

FROM TRELISSICK

n St Mawes & Falmouth

Enterprise Boats & St Mawes Ferry

Starting from Trelissick, cruise down the River Fal

and Carrick Roads to St Mawes. Great for lunch and

walks around the village before crossing to Falmouth

on the St Mawes Ferry. Once in Falmouth, explore

the maritime heritage the town has to offer with its

vibrant attractions. Then cruise back to Trelissick on

the last Enteprise Boats service.

n St Mawes & Place

With Enterprise Boats

Set sail from Trelissick in the morning and cruise

down the river to St Mawes. Enjoy an hour in

St Mawes for lunch before jumping on the Place

Ferry and exploring the Roseland Peninsula.

Return back to St Mawes and then hop on the

St Mawes Ferry at 15:45 and head over to

Falmouth to connect with the 16:15 Enterprise

Boats service from Falmouth to Trelissick.

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Where to buy tickets

Where adventures begin...

Here is a list of where you can find the ticket offices

and the closest long stay car parks

A39

FLUSHING

N. Parade

Pendarves Rd

Tresillians Rd

Tehidy Tce

Penwerris Lane

Straton Tce

Falmouth and the Fal River

Visitor Information Centre

With regular ferry departures direct to St Mawes,

Trelissick and onward connections to Place,

Prince of Wales Pier in Falmouth, is a great place

to start your day.

As well as ferry tickets, Fal Mussel Cards and

timetable, the Visitor Information Centre can

also provide you with information on what to

see, where to stay and the best places to eat!

Our friendly team have the answer to your

questions. They specialise in helping create the

perfect itinerary for your visit and look forward

to seeing you at the Visitor Information Centre

on the Prince of Wales Pier, Falmouth.

W

Falmouth Road

A39

N

E

S

In the Fal River Visitor

Information Centre

you will find all you

need from Fal Mussel

Cards to local books, art

& crafts, beach toys and

the best selling detailed

area map above...

Visit

our award

winning Visitor

Centre in

FALMOUTH

Falmouth

The

Moor

Penrose Rd

Truro Falmouth River Ticket Visitor Ticket offices Information Offices Centre

Fal River Visitor

Information Centre

Open: All year round

Summer Hours:

April - October

Mon-Sat: 10am - 3pm

Sun: July / Aug only

Winter Hours:

To Maenporth

and November Swanpool - March

Mon-Sat: 10am-2pm

Call: 01326 741 194

Distance from ferry:

50 mtrs

Penwerris Tce

Kimberley Park Rd

Killigrew Street

Albany Pl

Albany Rd

Marlborough Rd

Greenbank

Postcode : TR11 3DF

Available here: Fal

Mussel Cards, all ferry

tickets, £2 area maps,

guides and souvenirs...

Prince of Wales

Pier (POW)

New Street

Woodlane Crescent

Queen Mary

Gardens

Custom House Quay

Arwenack Av

Ticket Office

Custom

House

Quay

(CHQ)

Open: Apr - Oct

Fox Rosehill

(can close in bad weather)

Hours: A39 7 Days a week

Avenue Rd

Gyllyngdune

Gardens

9.30am - 3.30pm

Tunnel Beach

Call: 01326 741 194

Distance Gyllyngvase from ferry:

Beach & Cafe

10 mtrs (CHQ)

700 mtrs from Prince

of Wales Pier (PWP)

Postcode : TR11 3JT

Available here:

Ferry to St Mawes,

Trelissick, Malpas & Truro

Fal Mussel Cards,

all ferry tickets.

Ferry to St Mawes

Contactless

Accepted

Castl

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ONLINE

Buy your tickets at

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and get a 10% discount

Ticket Office in St Mawes

St Mawes is the gateway to the Roseland Peninsula.

From St Mawes you can get regular ferry connections

to Falmouth & Place as well as links to connecting

services in Falmouth to Trelissick. The ticket

office is situated right on the main quay where

our friendly staff will be happy to help.

Start at Trelissick

Only a few miles from Truro, the National Trust

Trelissick site is a great central point to start your

day. Once parked in the main car park, you can

enjoy the gardens (entry required) or walk down

the hill to the 'Trelissick Pontoon'. Enterprise

Boats operate regular services from here to

Falmouth and St Mawes.

Contactless

Accepted

Contactless

Accepted

Parking

Falmouth

For Prince of Wales Pier

Three main long stay car

parks. All cost around

£8 a day (24hrs). The

closest to the Prince of

Wales Pier is The Quarry

car park (TR11 3BX)

For Custom House Quay

The Dell (TR11 3HP) is

the closest long stay car

park with only a 5 mins

walk from the quay.

£8 a day.

Trelissick

National Trust Car Park

FREE for members

otherwise fees apply.

10 min walk to the

ferry pontoon.

TR3 6QL.

For St Mawes

Large car park 100mtrs

from the Quay and only

£5 a day (TR2 5AG)

Find out about timetables,

tickets, live ferry status,

FAQs and more

Truro Ticket Office

Tourist Information Available here: Fal

Centre TR1 2NE Mussel Card Visitor, all

Hours: 9.30am - 5pm ferry tickets, area

Monday to Saturday maps, accommodation

Call: 01872 274 555 booking, souvenirs...

St Mawes Ticket Office

Open: Apr - Oct

Distance from ferry:

Hours: 9.30am - 3.30pm 20mtrs

7 days a week

Postcode : TR2 5DG

(can close in bad weather) Available here:

Call: 01326 741 194 Fal Mussel Cards, all ferry

tickets, £2 area maps

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St Mawes Ferry

Falmouth - St Mawes

This magical route connects the old world fishing

village of St Mawes, on the Roseland Peninsula,

with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth which

is steeped in history and heritage.

One of Cornwall’s most popular boat trips, it carries

over 162,000 passengers a year on the 2.8 mile route

and is an absolute must for anyone visiting Cornwall.

The ferry provides a year-round service to passengers

with up to three ferries an hour in the summer and an

hourly service in the winter months. Anytime of year

is perfect to visit, whether enjoying a relaxing cruise

on hot summer days or soaking up the serene

surroundings in winter.

The fleet is made up of three vessels which provide the

service to both visitors and locals alike 364 days a year,

saving a road journey of over 29 miles.

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MC

To Redruth

and Penzance

Truro Quay

Trelissick

Malpas

Smuglers’ Cottage

Philleigh

MC

Philleigh

To St Austell

and Plymouth

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Falmouth - St Mawes

Key

Truro

Truro

Enterprise Boats

St Mawes Ferry

Malpas

Place Ferry

Flushing Ferry

King Harry Ferry

Mylor Shuttle

Helford Ferry

Park & Float

Orca Sea Safaris

Newmans Cruises

Devoran

Feock

In a nutshell

Falmouth PWP

St Mawes

Falmouth CHQ

Place

See & Do

There is an abundance of great things to see and

do on both sides of the crossing.

Falmouth

The third largest, natural deep water harbour

in the world, Falmouth is an active port with a

vibrant culture; home to the award winning

National Maritime Museum Cornwall as well as

the impressive Pendennis Castle.

St Mawes & The Roseland

Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,

St Mawes and the Roseland is one of Cornwall’s

hidden gems. The pace of life on the Roseland

slows down as you enjoy the stunning scenery,

secluded beaches and a great selection of

achievable walks.

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Runs:

7 days a week

364 days a year

Journey time:

20 minutes

Distance:

2.8 miles

Telephone:

01326 741 194

Postcode:

TR2 5DG (St Mawes)

TR11 3DF (Falmouth)

Ticket Offices:

See p14 & 15

Website:

falriver.co.uk/smf

Live ferry info:

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Our Ferries

The Duchess of Cornwall was handcrafted by

local boat builders Cockwells in 2008, and is the

first ferry to be constructed in traditional wood

for over a generation. Capacity is never a problem

as each ferry can carry up to 100 passengers and

covered seating is provided in case we get some

of that ‘Cornish Liquid Sunshine’. The route

forms part of the South West Coast Path,

see the Roseland Ramble page 52.

The Past

Since 1827 the ferry running between St Mawes

& Falmouth has seen a multitude of vessels

operating on this well established route.

Since its inception, over 50 million passengers

have made this historic journey. Historically the

ferries used to double up as tugs to local ships.

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Spring & Autumn

Timetable

12 April - 30 May / 4 September - 31 October

08:30

09:15

7 Days a week

Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to St Mawes

09:45

10:45

10:15

11:15

11:45

12:45

12:15

13:15

13:45

14:45

14:15

15:15

15:45

16:45

16:15

17:15

Falmouth Custom House Quay to St Mawes

St Mawes to Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

09:00

09:45

10:15

11:15

NS

NS

10:45

11:45

12:15

13:15

12:45

13:45

14:15

15:15

14:45

15:45

16:15

17:15

16:45

17:45

St Mawes to Falmouth Custom House Quay

NS: Not on Sundays

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances

Winter Timetable

1 November 2021 - Easter 2022

08:30

09:15

7 Days a week

Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to St Mawes

10:15

11:15

12:15

13:15

14:15

15:15

16:15

St Mawes to Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

NS

09:00 10:45 12:45 14:45 16:45

09:45 11:45 13:45 15:45

NS: Not on Sundays

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances

Prices & Tickets

Contactless

Accepted

Single

Return

NS

Single & Day Returns

Adult

£7.50

£10

Child*

£4.50

£6

Family** Cons***

Ask for a combo ticket if you are travelling to Place

* 4-16 years olds ** Up to 2 adults & 3 children

*** Over 65s & Students with card 3 & Under: Free

-

£32

-

£9.50

Bikes

Free

-

Local wildlife

Visit St Mawes Castle

Connect with Place Ferry

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Get 10% Off

Regular User

Fal Mussel Card Local

Accepted here. See p33

for more information

Visit falriver.co.uk/local

or call 01326 741 194

Unlimited Travel

Fal Mussel Card Visitor

Accepted here. See p10

for more information

Visit falriver.co.uk/mussel

or call 01326 741 194

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08:30

09:15

10:15

Summer

Timetable

31 May - 3 September 2021

Monday to Friday

Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to St Mawes

09:45

10:45

11:15

11:45

12:15

11:30

12:30

12:45

13:15

13:45

13:30

14:45

14:15

15:15

16:15

15:45

16:45

17:15

Falmouth Custom House Quay to St Mawes

St Mawes to Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

09:00

09:45

10:45

10:15

11:15

11:45

12:15

12:45

12:00

13:00

13:15

13:45

14:15

14:00

15:15

14:45

15:45

16:45

16:15

17:15

17:45

St Mawes to Falmouth Custom House Quay

Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to St Mawes

08:30

09:15

09:45

10:45

10:15

11:15

11:45

12:45

12:15

13:15

13:45

14:45

14:15

15:15

15:45

16:45

16:15

17:15

Falmouth Custom House Quay to St Mawes

St Mawes to Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

09:00

09:45

10:15

11:15

Saturday & Sunday

NS

NS

See falriver.co.uk for the

most up to date timetable

10:45

11:45

12:15

13:15

12:45

13:45

14:15

15:15

14:45

15:45

16:15

17:15

16:45

17:45

St Mawes to Falmouth Custom House Quay

NS: Not on Sundays

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances

NS: Not on Sundays

Please note: All of our ferries are accessed via steps

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Place Ferry

St Mawes - Place

The Place Ferry connects the village of St Mawes

with Place Creek on the Roseland Peninsula.

Operating seven days a week April to October each

year, the ferry forms part of the South West Coast

Path and is your key to unlocking the natural beauty

of the Roseland.

With its white sandy beaches, St Anthony’s

lighthouse, defensive fortifications, church

and spectacular walks, this inspiring peninsula is

one of the most delightful Areas of Outstanding

Natural Beauty in the South West. It’s also ideal

for dog walkers!

The ferry departs St Mawes from April to October

each year. Got a St Mawes Ferry ticket? You can

choose to upgrade your ticket to a Roseland Ramble

and enjoy Place as well as St Mawes.

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St Mawes - Place

Falmouth PWP

In a nutshell

St Mawes

Falmouth CHQ

Great Walks

Departing from St Mawes, the crossing will take

you across the beautiful harbour waters to Place

Creek. From the ferry landing you are on the

coast path. Follow the Roseland Ramble walk

(see p52) and enjoy the magnificent views on

offer as you complete the circular route. The

landing spot at Place is dictated by the tide.

Consequently, at high water the ferry lands on

our pontoon. At low water, the ferry lands

at ‘The Causeway’. There are waterproof

information sheets on the ferry, just ask the

skipper. Whilst we welcome bikes and push

chairs, please understand that the ferry is built

for 12 passengers and there is not a great deal of

room for multiple bikes. If you are a bike group,

please give us a call first. Parents should also

be aware that parts of the footpath aren’t very

buggy friendly.

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St Anthony

Place

Runs:

12 April - 31 October 2021

Journey time:

10 mins

Distance:

0.5 miles

Telephone:

01326 741 194

Ferry mobile:

07791 283 884

Postcode:

TR2 5DG (St Mawes)

Ticket Offices:

See p14

Website:

falriver.co.uk/place

Live ferry info:

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Be Prepared!

Remember to bring adequate footwear and warm

clothing. The landing area in Place can often be very

slippery so take extra caution when boarding or

disembarking. Refreshments are available in

St Mawes, Portscatho, Gerrans and Towan (seasonal).

St Anthony’s Lighthouse

Also known as ‘Fraggle Rock’ from the television

show. Built in 1835, St Anthony’s Lighthouse is

situated at the eastern entrance to Falmouth

Harbour. It has a powerful 210,000 candle power

light fitted with a red sector that helps guide

vessels clear of the infamous Manacles Rocks

that lie some eight miles to the south.

Grab a bite with Thirstea

The Thirstea Co will provide you with light

snacks and hot or cold drinks above Towan

Beach. See p91.

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Timetable

12 April - 31 October 2021

7 Days a week

NS

09:00

09:30

10:00

10:30

NS

09:15

09:45

10:15

10:45

St Mawes to Place

11:00

11:30

12:00

12:30

13:00

13:30

14:00

14:30

Place to St Mawes

11:15

11:45

12:15

12:45

13:15

13:45

14:15

14:45

15:00

15:30

16:00

16:30

15:15

15:45

16:15

16:45

17:00

17:30*

17:15

17:45 *

St Anthony Head

At the southernmost tip of the Roseland Peninsula,

St Anthony Head overlooks the spectacular

entrance to one of the world’s deepest natural

harbours. The headland also bears revealed

remains of a century of defensive fortifications.

Great & Little Molunan

From Place, these two magical beaches are only

a short walk away. When you arrive, take some

time to walk barefoot on the white sand or if

you are feeling adventurous, take a swim in the

crystal clear waters. See p67.

St Mawes Harbour Departures

Due to the variance in tide, the ferry departs

from different points around the harbour

throughout the day. Please head to the ticket

office on the quay where our friendly staff will

be glad to advise.

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NS: Not on Sun * This sailing runs from 31 May - 1 Oct ONLY

Single

Return

Prices & Tickets

Contactless

Accepted

Single & Day Returns

Adult

£6.50

£8

Child*

£4

£6

Family** Cons***

Use the ferry more than three times a year?

Then you could travel for up to half price using

a Fal Mussel Card Local. See p33 or go to

falriver.co.uk/local or call 01326 741 194

-

£25

-

£7

Bikes

£2

Unlimited Travel: Fal Mussel Card Visitor

1 Day

2 Day

3 Day

6 Day

At quiet times, the ferry runs on demand

Adult

£21

£24.50

£44

Child* Family**

£14.50

£18.50

£31

£48

£65.50

£28.50 £20.50 £74.50

£122.50

-

See

page 10

for full list of

services

included

Regular User: Fal Mussel Card Local

THE

MUSSEL

CARD

LOCAL

Ferry Travel Pass

Ask for a combo ticket if you are travelling from Falmouth

* 4-16 years olds ** Up to 2 adults & 3 children

*** Over 65s & Students with card 3 & Under: Free

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Enterprise Boats

Falmouth - Trelissick via St Mawes

Special Truro Cruises for 2021

Your key to unlocking the unspoilt beauty of the

River Fal and its surroundings. Connecting the

maritime port of Falmouth to the stunning National

Trust Trelissick Garden and House, this picturesque

route also calls at the old-world fishing village

of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula.

Sailing through an Area of Outstanding Natural

Beauty, this scenic river trip is one of the most

beautiful in the world. Passing Tudor castles,

deep-sided wooded valleys, historic houses, wildlife

and an abundance of marine activity, this trip is perfect

for enjoying the best parts of the river and Cornwall.

CLASSIC

RIVER

TRIPS

As well as a beautiful river trip connecting

you to three completely unique destinations

around the River Fal: Falmouth, Trelissick

& St Mawes, Enterprise Boats also sail directly

into the centre of Truro, Cornwall's capital!

Enjoy our special afternoon cruises on selected

dates throughout 2021.

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Enterprise Boats

Falmouth - Trelissick via St Mawes

Special Truro Cruises for 2021

All aboard 'Moyana'

NEW for 2021, cruise in style aboard 'Moyana',

our luxury boat with twin decks offering stunning

views along the way, a fully covered inside seating

area just in case we get some 'Cornish liquid

sunshine', toilets and a fully

stocked bar full of Cornish

tipples to enjoy! Along the

way, our knowledgeable crew will point out

places of interest and are always on hand during

the journey if you have any questions.

National Trust Trelissick

A tranquil riverside garden and house, boasting

acres of woodland and a superb collection of

exotic plants. Be sure to check out the gallery,

café, gift shop, beach and the Woodland Walk.

Falmouth

The coastal town of Falmouth lives and breathes

the sea. Being the third largest natural deep

water harbour in the world, it’s clear to see why

Falmouth is a hub for marine activity. Its vibrant

town centre, amazing food and white sandy

beaches make it a must when visiting Cornwall.

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In a nutshell

Truro

Falmouth

PWP

Calling at:

High Tide

High Tide

Trelissick

St Mawes

Falmouth, Trelissick &

St Mawes

Journey time:

Up to 1.5 hrs

Telephone:

01326 741 194

Website:

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St Mawes

Explore one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets, St

Mawes. It has recently been voted one of the

UK’s ‘hippest’ places and when you visit, it’s easy

to see why. The stunning scenery, luxury hotels

and elegant restaurants are centred around the

old world harbour meaning St Mawes is a must

to visit. Not all sailings go directly to St Mawes,

please check the timetable before setting out,

times in italics connect with the St Mawes Ferry.

NEW Truro Afternoon Cruises

Hop aboard 'Moyana' on selected high tide dates

in orange, and enjoy a luxury afternoon river

cruise. Departing from Falmouth and cruising to

the cathedral city of Truro, this trip is a must if

you are visiting the area. See p27 or p118.

Round River Fal Trips

Just fancy a round river trip? Stay aboard and

enjoy the ride! Check times before departure.

Access Information

CLASSIC

RIVER

TRIPS

Please Note: All of our ferries are accessed via steps.

There are also hills to access the ferries at Trelissick.

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St Mawes

Falmouth

Trelissick

Summer

FAL

Timetable

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Falmouth to Trelissick Inc St Mawes

09:45

10:00

10:45

Monday to Friday

14:15

14:45

15:30

15:45

16:15

17:00

* *

2021

31 st May to

3 rd Sep

Truro Cruises

Afternoon high tide cruises to Truro in 2021

Running throughout the year, book a luxury

river cruise to Truro aboard 'Moyana' and

enjoy the wonderful views along the River Fal.

Cruises depart Falmouth on selected dates at

16:00 and arrive back at approx 18:30

Tickets available to book online...

Adult tickets £18.50, cons, child

& family tickets available

Just travelling one way?

Get a single ticket and

make your way back at

your own pace, see

GWR Train info, p42

BOOK ONLINE ONLY

See the schedule in orange for sailing dates

Prices & Tickets

Contactless

Single & Day Returns

Trelissick to Falmouth Inc St Mawes

Trelissick

Falmouth

St Mawes

10:45

11:30

12:05

Falmouth to Trelissick Via St Mawes (+Truro High tide only)

St Mawes

Falmouth

St Mawes

Trelissick

Truro

Trelissick to Falmouth Via St Mawes (+Truro High tide only)

Truro

Trelissick

St Mawes

Falmouth

St Mawes

-

10:00

10:20

11:15

-

-

11:15

12:00

12:20

15:30 17:00

16:15 17:45

*

16:35 -

Saturday & Sunday

-

12:00

12:20

13:15

-

-

13:15

14:00

-

13:45

14:15

* *

15:00

-

-

15:00

15:45

16:35

*

14:45

16:00

16:45

-

-

16:45

17:30

17:50

-

-

16:00

16:30

17:15

17:15

17:45

18:30

-

Truro Sailings only run: May 25 th & 26 th | Jul 10 th & 24 th

Aug 7 th , 8 th , 21 st & 22 nd | Sep 5 th , 6 th , 19 th & 20 th | Oct 4 th & 19 th

These sailings do not run on the dates in Orange, follow the orange times on these days

* Times in italics connect via Falmouth and the St Mawes Ferry (included within ticket)

Accepted

2021

Adult Child* Family** Cons*** Bikes

Spring & Autumn 17-30 th May

Falmouth/St Mawes to Trelissick (either way)

4

Single £8 £4 - - £2

Monday to Saturday

th Sep to

31 st Oct

Return £14 £7 £35 £13.50 -

Getting off at more than one stop?

Falmouth to Trelissick Via St Mawes (+Truro High tide only)

You will need a Fal Mussel Card Visitor

St Mawes - -

*

13:45

*

14:45 -

Unlimited Travel: Fal Mussel Card Visitor Falmouth 10:00 12:00 14:15 16:00 16:00

St Mawes

10:20 12:20

Adult Child* Family**

See

Trelissick 11:15 13:15 15:00 16:45 16:30

page 10

1 Day £21 £14.50 £48 for full list of

Truro - - - - 17:15

2 Day £24.50 £18.50 £65.50

services

included Trelissick to Falmouth Via St Mawes (+Truro High tide only)

3 Day £28.50 £20.50 £74.50

Truro

6 Day £44 £31

- - - - 17:15

£122.50

Trelissick 11:15 13:15 15:00 16:45 17:45

Fal Mussel Card Local Accepted here. See p33 St Mawes 17:30

* 4-16 years olds ** Up to 2 adults & 3 children Falmouth 12:00 14:00 15:45 17:50 18:30

*** Over 65s & Students with card 3 and under: FREE St Mawes 12:20 -

*

16:35 - -

* Times in italics connect via Falmouth and the St Mawes Ferry (included within ticket)

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King Harry Ferry Co

Floating Bridge | Feock - Philleigh

The King Harry Ferry is an iconic part of Cornwall’s history.

Established in 1888 it connects St Mawes and the Roseland

Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth by avoiding the

alternative 27 mile route through Truro & Tresillian.

One of only five chain floating bridges in England, it departs

every 20 minutes from each side, 7 days a week. The ferry is

a key transport link for visitors and locals alike.

The King Harry Ferry offers its passengers the chance to avoid

miles of congested roads and once aboard you can enjoy the slow

river crossing which takes in one of Cornwall’s deepest and most

beautiful rivers - the River Fal.

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King Harry Ferry Co

Floating Bridge | Feock - Philleigh

B3289

How does it work?

The floating bridge navigates the 22m deep,

300m stretch of the River Fal by pulling itself

back and forth along the 2 chains which are

anchored on either side of the river. Each chain

weighs over 6 tonnes and has to be replaced

every 12-14 months because of the wear that is

sustained by operating up to 80 crossings a day,

364 days a year.

The chains enter the ferry over guide wheels

then travel through a chute to the wheel room.

From here the chains run under pressure guide

wheels and over the main drive wheels which

are big 2m diameter cogs that grip the chains,

these in turn are driven by hydraulic motors

powered by one of the 3 efficient Scania diesel

engines. The chains then pass under more

pressure guide wheels, back out of the chain

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In a nutshell

Runs:

7 days a week

364 days a year

Journey time:

5 minutes

Distance:

300 metres

Postcode:

TR3 6QJ

Telephone:

01872 862 312

Website:

King

Harry

Ferry

B3289

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chute and over the final guide wheels at the

other end of the ferry before plummeting into

the depths of the River Fal.

Think green

In 2021, the King Harry Ferry will be offsetting

its carbon emissions by planting small trees and

plants around the local area. Designed and built

in 2006, the current ferry was built with the aim

of minimising its impact on the environment.

This included using the most quiet and efficient

engines that were available and installing a state

of the art sewage treatment plant.

Each year the King Harry Ferry saves

5 million car miles

1.7 million Kg of CO2

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See & Do

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Timetable

Explore the Roseland

Visit St Mawes Castle

Great walks

Spring // 1 April - 31 May

Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 21:30

Sundays & Public Holidays: 09:00 - 21:30

Summer // 1 June - 31 August

Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 22:10

Sundays & Public Holidays: 09:00 - 22:10

Autumn // 1 September - 31 October

Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 21:30

Sundays & Public Holidays: 09:00 - 21:30

Winter // 1 November - 31 March

Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 19:30

Sundays & Public Holidays: 09:00 - 19:30

Ferry Departures

Each side every 20 minutes

Feock (Truro) Side

00

Roseland (St Mawes) Side

50

Contactless

Accepted

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The past

There has been a ferry operating here for

more than 500 years since it was established

by charter. The latest ferry is the 7th to operate

a vehicle service since 1888. The ferry bridge

crosses King Harry’s Reach which is part of

the Pilgrims’ Way to St Michael’s Mount and is

named after King Henry VI, the Lancastrian King.

The passage was called ‘Kybyllys’ which means

ferryboat in Cornish.

Secluded beaches

Beautiful scenery

St Mawes Kayaks

40 20

30

All sailings subject to weather and circumstances

See falriver.co.uk/ferries for live ferry status

Call 01872 862 312 for more information

Fal Mussel

Card Local

Regular User: Fal Mussel Card Local

Use the ferry regularly?

Then you could travel for up to half price using

a Fal Mussel Card Local. See

falriver.co.uk/local

or see page 33 for

more information.

THE

MUSSEL

CARD

LOCAL

Ferry Travel Pass

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COVID-19 Safe Travel Guidance

Travelling safely by ferry

In line with government advice, we ask that you DO NOT TRAVEL if you currently

have COVID-19 or are presenting symptoms and haven't had a test, share a

household with someone who has symptoms or has tested positive, or

have been contacted by NHS Test & Trace and told to self isolate*

Travelling on our passenger ferries

Plan your journey before you travel

Check the timetables, live ferry status and buy your

tickets on the website falriver.co.uk

Always wear a face covering

Unless you are exempt under the government

guidelines. You should wear a face covering for

the duration of the journey

Wash your hands

Before and after you travel, hand sanitizer is

available on the quays and on the ferry

Keep your social distance

Where possible, please sit appropriate distances

away from fellow passengers. Keep your social

distance on the quays whilst waiting for the boat

Step onto our boats without assistance

If you do need assistance, please ask a member of

crew and we will do our best to help you safely

Pay by contactless methods, including the Fal

Mussel card where possible. You can also buy your

tickets online before you travel at falriver.co.uk

Our ferries will have reduced capacities

To help with social distancing

Follow our crew members instructions

Our crew members may ask you to sit in a specific

area of the boat, please follow their instructions

and remain seated for the duration of the journey

Use comfort facilties before travelling

Our onboard toilets are currently closed

Your

health & safety

remains our

highest priority

We ask that you

follow these

guidelines at all

times to help

protect the

wellbeing of your

fellow passengers

and our staff

*We constantly

review our guidance

in line with

current government

guidance, please

see falriver.co.uk/

safetravel for the

most up to date

information

Travelling on the King Harry Ferry

In your vehicle, on your bike or by foot

Plan your journey before you travel Check the

timetable and live ferry status at falriver.co.uk

Stay in your vehicle at all times

Please do not leave your vehicle unless in an

emergency or the crew instruct you to do so

Pay by contactless methods, including the Fal

Mussel Card where possible. You can also top up

your Fal Mussel Card online before you travel

Pay through the glass

Contactless debit/credit cards and the Fal Mussel

Card work through the glass on your car windows

The ferry may have a reduced capacity

To help with social distancing, please bear with us,

we will get you across the river as quickly and as

safely as possible

Follow our crew members instructions

Our crew members may direct you to a different

part of the ferry for your own safety, please follow

their instructions at all times

Use comfort facilties before travelling

Our onboard toilets are currently closed

Travelling by bicycle or on foot

Our crew members will tell you where to stand for

the crossing, our top deck viewing area is closed

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LOCAL

Ferry Travel Pass

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ME (SEE REVERSE)

Fal Mussel Card Local

The cheapest way to travel by ferry!

Travel for up to

half price with the

Fal Mussel Card Local

'The more you use it, the

cheaper it gets'

Valid on King Harry Ferry,

St Mawes Ferry, Place Ferry

& Enterprise Boats

For more information visit falriver.co.uk/local

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Fal River Cruises

Luxury boat charter for your special occasion

In a nutshell

Hire your own classic wooden boat

for your special occasion! Our range

of boats are perfect for private

hire: charter for weddings, parties,

birthdays, special occasions,

corporate events and more.

Once on board, we promise you and your guests

will have a great day out along Cornwall’s most

stunning stretch of water; the River Fal.

Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,

our boats run between Falmouth, Truro and the

Roseland. There are also many places along

the River Fal and Carrick Roads where we can

land to collect you. The most popular are Truro,

Falmouth and St Mawes.

Info & Bookings:

01326 741 194

Website:

falriver.co.uk/charter

Info:

charter@falriver.co.uk

We can tailor our cruises to meet your needs.

Our luxury boat ‘Moyana’ is perfect for any

occasion with ample space for up to 90 guests

and a fully stocked bar serving Cornish ale,

amongst other items. As well as all this, we

can provide an entertaining and informative

commentary, TV screens for showing videos

and pictures, music and more. The upper deck

is perfect for making the most of the beautiful

riverside scenery on a lovely summer’s day.

‘Moyana’ can be chartered for any occasion

leaving you and your guests with lasting

memories of your special day.

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Flushing Ferry

Falmouth - Flushing

The Flushing Ferry, runs 364 days

of the year with half hourly

crossings in the summer and

an hourly crossing in the winter

providing a vital service to

the residents of Flushing.

The beautiful, green village of Flushing, is just

opposite the busy port of Falmouth, a pleasant

ferry ride away. On passage from Falmouth you

will be able to see a picturesque little riverside

community with some fine houses once owned

by sea captains of Falmouth’s Packet Ships.

There is no better way to arrive in a riverside

village than from the water.

Once in Flushing you can walk to cafes,

riverside-beaches and pubs. Flushing is a great

village to explore and start walks from.

Take the walk along the banks of the River Fal

around Trefusis Headland and arrive in Mylor or

take the Mylor Bridge and Penryn walk for more

of a challenge.

In a nutshell

Info & Booking:

07974 799 773

Website:

flushingferry.co.uk

Info and bookings:

flushingferry@outlook.com

Prices:

Adult: £3

Under 14s: £1

Bikes: £1

Babies & dogs: FREE

Lunch break (LB):

Between 1 April - 31

October, staff lunch

breaks are taken

between 13:00 - 14:00

daily therefore there are

no scheduled sailings at

this time. Tides and

adverse weather

Contactless

Accepted

conditions may affect

the schedule at any time.

Timetable

7 Days a week

Summer 1 April - 31 October

Depart Flushing Quay

- 10:00 12:00 14:00 16:00

08:30 NS 10:30 12:30 14:30 16:30

09:00 NS 11:00 - 15:00 17:00

09:30 11:30 - 15:30

Depart Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

- 10:15 12:15 14:15 16:15

08:40 NS 10:45 12:45 14:45 16:45

09:15 NS 11:15 - 15:15 17:15

09:45 11:45 - 15:45

Winter 1 November - 31 March

Depart Flushing Quay

08:30 NS 10:00 1200 14:00 16:00

09:00 NS 11:00 13:00 15:00 17:00 NS

Depart Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

08:40 NS 10:15 12:15 14:15 16:15

09:15 NS 11:15 13:15 15:15 17:15 NS

NS: Not on Sundays

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Cornwall is full of wonderful

scenery and amazing places,

and what better way to get to see

the best of it all than on one of

these fabulous Adventures by Bus.

There are four to discover in Cornwall,

all of which show you some outstanding

coastal scenery, pretty

fishing villages,

characterful

Cornish towns and

surprises around every corner.

You get taken on our terrific open

toppers like the one shown below that

have an enclosed section, too. The views

from the top deck are breathtaking and

so much better than anything you could

ever see from a car.

Search Adventures by Bus

for times, up to the minute

information, news and to

book tickets.

prices start at

£8

first adventurer

£4

extra adventurers

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We’ve got more

adventures to take

you on in Devon

and Somerset.

Search Adventures by Bus for times,

up to the minute information,

news and to book

tickets.

Enjoy this spectacular ride

over the roof of Dartmoor

by way of Postbridge

and Princetown, with

breathtaking views all

around from our closed-top

double decker.

It leaves from Exeter and

Plymouth, or you can

get on in Tavistock or

Moretonhampstead.

£12 first adventurer

£6 extra adventurers

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Take this thrilling open top bus ride

along the spectacular North Somerset

coast into Devon.

There’s the climb up the famous 1 in 6

of Porlock Hill, amazing views over the

Bristol Channel one way and Exmoor

the other, and the long drop down

Countisbury Hill to Lynmouth.

It leaves from Donniford, Watchet,

Blue Anchor and Minehead.

£10 first adventurer

£5 extra adventurers

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Go Cornwall Bus,

OTS & Travel Cornwall

Operating under the brand of Transport for Cornwall

Need to get around?

Why not hop on one of our buses

and let us do the driving? Our buses

are the super-reliable, friendly,

local option and if you’ve got an

English Concessionary Bus Pass you

ride for free!

Go to www.gocornwallbus.co.uk to find our

timetables or download the 'Go Cornwall Bus'

app from your app store to find timetables and

buy tickets.

You can pay Contactless on board!

Contacts

0808 196 2632

Website

www.gocornwallbus.co.uk

Got one of these?

You travel for FREE on

our buses!

Fal Mussel card

Accepted on our buses.

35 - Falmouth to Helston

Hourly between Falmouth & Trebah Gardens.

Through buses and fares with service 67.

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Mawnan Smith, Trebah Gardens, Helford

Passage & Constantine.

35A - Falmouth to Helston

Quick and scenic service between

Falmouth & Helston.

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Constantine & Gweek.

50 - Truro to St Mawes

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Probus, Tregony and Portscatho.

Here is a

summary

of our

services

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Here for

you all year

round

51 - St Austell to Veryan

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Tregony and Portloe.

60 - Falmouth Town Shuttle Bus (Circular)

Through the town centre every 20 minutes.

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Quarry Car Park - The Moor - Market Street -

Arwenack Street - The Dell - Albany Road.

65 - Falmouth Town Service

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Swanvale, Golden Bank, Longfield, Conway

Road & Acacia Road.

65A - Falmouth Town Service

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via Acacia Road, Conway Road, Longfield,

Golden Bank & Swanvale.

Unlimited Travel

Fal Mussel Card Visitor

Accepted here.

See p10 for more

information

Visit falriver.co.uk/mussel

or call 01326 741 194

67 - Falmouth Circular

Scenic service to Falmouths beaches.

See

the sea

on the

67

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via nmmc, Pendennis, Seafront & Swanpool.

69 - Falmouth to Mylor Bridge

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via The Beacon, Old Hill, Penryn & Flushing.

69A - Falmouth to Penryn Campus

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

Via The Beacon, Old Hill, Penryn, Asda & Mabe

Burnthouse

493 - Truro to Feock

Mondays - Saturdays (Except Public Holidays)

From Lemon Quay in Truro to Trelissick Garden

in Feock village.

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Great Western

Railway

The Maritime Line

Photo credit: Mark Lynam

The Maritime Line links

the cathedral city of Truro

with the historic maritime port

of Falmouth along a scenic track

steeped in history and heritage.

Leave your car and enjoy a relaxing journey

between Falmouth and Truro along one of the

prettiest branches in the country.

Just a 25-minute journey between Truro and

Falmouth, there isn’t a better way to travel

for speed and ease.

If you don’t fancy travelling the whole line,

why not alight at Penryn. Located at the head

of the Penryn River, Penryn has a proud history

as a medieval port. Take a stroll and discover

Penryn’s special character.

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Truro is on the Cornish Mainline, which connects

Penzance with London Paddington. Hourly train

services between Truro and London Paddington

can take around 4 hours 40 mins.

Alternatively, if you fancy trying something a

little different and want an opportunity to try

out the new Sleeper lounge at Truro Station,

why not look at booking the recently renovated

Night Riviera Sleeper train. Find out more at

GWR.com/Sleeper.

Please follow our safety guidance if you plan

to travel.

In a nutshell

Timings

Trains on the Maritime

Line depart half hourly

Monday – Saturday.

Sunday timings

can vary.

Website

GWR.com

Telephone

0345 700 0125

Buying tickets

GWR.com

GWR app

At a station

Prices

Off-Peak Day Return

between Truro & Falmouth

Docks just £4.90

Mainline services

Connections towards

London Paddington

& Penzance available

from Truro

The Maritime Line

Truro

Perranwell

Penryn

Penmere

Falmouth Town

Falmouth Docks

Why not

combine with

a ferry trip to

Falmouth or Truro or

vice versa with

Enterprise Boats.

See p24

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Yohann Thuillier

Hotel Manager

The Alverton

The Fal River area has it all. Beautiful beaches, secret

creeks, historical landmarks and vibrant towns

peppered with charming cafes and boutique shops.

There’s nothing better than leaping on board a local

boat trip and discovering the meandering river.

Enterprise Boats run along the river – the perfect way to

kick back and explore at your leisure.

From sub-tropical paradises to eccentric estates, there

are also ample local gardens to choose from. A firm

favourite for our hotel guests is a day trip from The

Alverton to Glendurgan. Full of amazing plant life and

bright blooms, this gorgeous garden is set in a Cornish

valley near Falmouth. Get lost in the adventure maze

and ramble down to the idyllic village of Durgan,

where grass meets the shore on the secluded beach.

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Hidden gem

FALMOUTH 46

Discover the maritime

capital of Cornwall.

ST MAWES 49

Local ales & food in

the best locations.

TRURO 47

The retail centre of

Cornwall with a huge

range of shops and

cafés.

THE ROSELAND 48

An Area of Outstanding

Natural Beauty.

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Explore St Mawes

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A selection

of world-class

beaches

ON YOUR BIKE 50

Scenic rides.

WALKS 52

Great walks.

BEACHES 65

The best beaches in

the area with detailed

local knowledge.

57

A tranquil walk

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Discover Falmouth

Active port with bustling activity all year round

The third largest natural deep

water harbour in the world,

Falmouth plays host to a wide

range of shops, galleries and

restaurants. It is also home to

the popular attractions; The

National Maritime Museum

Cornwall and Pendennis Castle

as well as hosting a wide range

of vibrant festivals.

Maritime Heritage

From the inner harbour

and the working

docks to the beautiful

sandy beaches and

sea views, Falmouth is

surrounded by water

and it’s easy to see

why this is such an

important maritime

town.

Food & Drink

Fast establishing

itself as the ‘foodie

hot-spot’ of Cornwall,

Falmouth has plenty

of great places to

eat and drink from

award winning fish &

chips to oysters and

champagne.

Travel Connections

St Mawes Ferry,

Enterprise Boats

Place Ferry

Cornwall by Kernow

Transport for Cornwall

GWR

Festivals

Hosting the Falmouth

International Sea

Shanty Festival, Tall

Ships, Falmouth

Oyster Festival, the

Fal River Festival,

Falmouth Week and

many more, the

streets are always a

buzz with events and

activities for all ages.

Attractions Aplenty

Home to the National

Maritime Museum

Cornwall and Pendennis

Castle, these two star

attractions are well

worth a visit when you

head to Falmouth.

Falmouth is also the

gateway to the River

Fal and the beautiful

local waterways.

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Shopping

Cornwall’s capital in

terms of retail. Truro

boasts a great mix of

local independent

shops and high street

brands. You can spend

a whole day in Truro

navigating your way

through the streets

and still always finding

something new.

Markets

Home to some of

Cornwall’s most

traditional markets!

From year round

markets, farmers

markets and special

festive markets at

Christmas time, Truro

always has something

interesting on offer.

Travel Connections

King Harry Ferry See p28

7 Days a week

All year round

Enterprise Boats See p24

Up to 7 days a week

Cornwall by Kernow

Bus services. See p36

April - October

Transport for Cornwall

Bus services. See p40

All year round

City Walks

One of Truro’s best

kept secrets. Shaped

by three rivers, Truro

has some beautiful

walks and gardens

littered all around

the city. Pop to the

Tourist Information

Centre for a street

map.

Hall for Cornwall

Cornwall’s largest

theatre! Opening

this year, the Hall for

Cornwall is coming

back to life after a huge

redevelopment. Be sure

to check out the what's

on listings for some

family fun.

Truro is located in the heart of Cornwall, with

its striking cathedral and the 200-year old Royal

Cornwall Museum. It is also the central hub

for fashion, outstanding eateries, bars, art

galleries and the Hall for Cornwall. Excellent

transport links make Truro a year-round

destination for locals and visitors alike.

Enjoy Truro

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See & Do

Being a peninsula,

the Roseland has long

stretches of coast path

that all form together

as part of the South

West Coast Path.

Explore the southernmost

tip aboard the

Place Ferry and

explore St Anthony

Head and Lighthouse

and the hidden

beaches along

the way.

Beaches

The remoteness of

the Roseland means

its many beaches are

rarely crowded and

you can often find a

sandy cove all to

yourself. See our

Beach Guide to find

the best beaches on

the Roseland

Peninsula.

See p65.

Travel Connections

King Harry Ferry See p28

7 Days a week

All year round

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

All year round

Enterprise Boats See p24

Up to 7 days a week

April - October

Place Ferry See p20

7 Days a week

April - October

Transport for Cornwall

Bus services. See p40

All year round

A grand day out

Enjoy a ‘grand day out’

on the Roseland.

Starting from the

Truro/Falmouth side,

cruise over aboard the

King Harry Ferry in

your car and explore

the Roseland Peninsula

at your own pace. The

country lanes and

views along the way

are simply beautiful.

St Just in Roseland

Visit the historic

church at St Just

in Roseland and be

prepared to have your

breath taken away.

This church is a must

if you are visiting the

Roseland Peninsula.

Explore the Roseland

An idyllic old world fishing village

The Roseland Peninsula really does have the kind of scenery

that will take your breath away. Situated on the eastern

side of the River Fal, this isolated peninsula is famous for

its ‘away from it all’ atmosphere. Country pubs, coastal

walks, galleries, water activities, golden beaches, the list

goes on. Visit the Roseland and enjoy our favourite little

corner of Cornwall.

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Visit St Mawes

Active port with bustling activity all year round

The idyllic old world fishing village

of St Mawes with its mild climate,

fascinating history and stunning

location is one of Cornwall’s best kept

secrets. Sitting in the shelter of St Mawes

Castle, the small harbourside village

enjoys a wide selection of waterfront

eateries, galleries and activities.

Watersports

Sit-on kayaks can be

hired from the slipway

in St Mawes in the

summer months, a

great way to explore

the river and have

some fun along

the way.

Castle

Stunning views

from the perfectly

preserved St Mawes

Castle are only a 10

minute walk from the

harbour. This Tudor

castle dates back to

the 16th century and

is the small sister of

Pendennis Castle

easily visible across

the water in Falmouth.

Travel Connections

Place Ferry See p20

7 Days a week

April - October

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

All year round

Enterprise Boats See p24

Up to 7 days a week

April - October

Transport for Cornwall

Bus services. See p40

All year round

Lamorran Garden

We strongly recommend

a visit to this intimate

sub-tropical garden

looking out over St

Anthony Headland - a

real treat! Only a 10-15

minute walk from the

harbour and open

April-September each

year. Check opening

times before setting

out.

All aboard

St Mawes is your

gateway to the river

and there is a wide

range of boat trips

departing from the

harbour. Hop aboard

the St Mawes Ferry for

a cruise to Falmouth

or the Place Ferry to

hop across to Place

and St Anthony. Or

take a relaxing cruise

up the river to

Trelissick Garden.

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On your bike

Great rides around the Fal River

FALMOUTH - ST MAWES

Distance: 16 miles

Time: 2.5 h (approx)

Map: See right

A scenic cycle around the river with

great views and two ferry crossings.

From Falmouth follow the roadside cycle lanes

to Penryn. Turn right up the steep ‘Truro Hill’

and follow the map until you

re-join the A39. Turn left with caution and take

the first right up into Perranwell. After the station

(Perranwell) take Route 3 for the traffic free

route to Devoran and follow the river to Penpol

before climbing the hill to the B3289 which will

take you to King Harry Ferry Bridge (please walk

bikes down ferry slipway). Follow the B3289 to

St Just in Roseland and then take the A3078 to

St Mawes via the castle.

Enjoy a coffee at one of the many cafés and pubs

in St Mawes before returning to Falmouth on the

St Mawes Ferry (p16).

FALMOUTH - TRURO

Distance: 13 miles

Time: 2 h (approx)

Map: See right

A quiet route between the bustling

port of Falmouth and the cathedral

city of Truro.

Follow the Falmouth - St Mawes route (on the

50

right page) until the King Harry turning on

the B3289. Go straight ahead taking

the first right and follow Route 3

signs to Calenick. Turn right up Old

Falmouth Road before turning

right onto the former railway

line, now the Newham Trail,

which will take you into the

heart of Truro.

COAST TO COAST TRAIL

Distance: 11 miles

Time: 1.5 h (approx)

Traffic free multi-use trail between

Devoran and the North Coast.

Follow the Bissoe cycle trail between Devoran

and Portreath on the North Coast. A great day

out and ideal for families. A flat graded trail

between the two coasts. Connect with the many

other tracks along the way and explore the heart

of Cornwall.

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A3078

King Harry Ferry

Falmouth

PWP

CHQ

St Mawes

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W

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1 Mile

E

A

B

C

D

ST ANTHONY HEAD

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Distance: 9 miles from St Mawes

Time: 2 h (approx)

Map: See above

St Anthony Head looks out over

Falmouth Bay and the Carrick Roads.

Highly recommended view point and great spot

for a picnic.

Ferry connections

Combine your ride with

the following services all

of which take bikes.

Note: Make it easy for

the St Mawes & Place

Ferry crew by removing

your panniers before

boarding down the steps

PRICES

King Harry Ferry £1 (p28)

Caution! Walk bikes

down slipway

Place Ferry: Extra £2 (p16)

St Mawes Ferry: FREE

MYLOR & FLUSHING

Distance: 5 miles from Falmouth

Time: 1.5 h (approx)

Map: See above

A great ride for less adventurous riders.

Flushing is a picture postcard waterside village

with 2 pubs and a quayside restaurant.

Mylor Harbour is bustling with activity and

has a waterside café and restaurant. Mylor

Bridge has a great pub, shop and post office.

See map for route options above.

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Roseland Ramble

St Mawes and The Roseland walks

6 Miles I Moderate to hard I 4h (approx) I I I

A walk guaranteed to blow away

the cobwebs while taking in

the spectacular scenery on the

Roseland Peninsula.

Starting at the Place Ferry landing near Place

House, this walk takes you around the southern

tip of the Roseland Peninsula passing secluded

beaches, St Anthony Head & Lighthouse, storm

carved cliffs and quiet creeks.

Essential Map

This map will take

you to famous beauty

spots and to the hidden

corners of the estuary

which many people miss,

so that you get the most

out of exploring this

beautiful area.

Step by step

1 Get to the Place Ferry landing at Place via the

Place Ferry (from St Mawes) and the St Mawes

Ferry (if starting in Falmouth).

2 Follow the pathway and then road towards

Place Manor and then after you have passed the

manor take a right turn back on to the pathway

3 Pass Place Church (12th Century) and follow

the pathway across the field to the top.

4 Once at the top, follow the lower pathway down

to the water and do not use the top pathway.

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St. Mawes

Percuil

River

Priory

Point

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Rosteague

Froe

11

Greeb Po

Pendennis

Castle

Governor

etailed map of Falmouth

St Mawes Ferry

Black Rock

St Mawes

Castle

Lugo

Carricknath Point

Carricknath Cove

St Anthony Head

Summers Beach

Place Ferry 1

Cellars

Beach

St Anthony Church

5

Barton Farm

St Anthony

in Roseland

Molunan Beach 6

7 8

St Anthony Lighthouse

4

3 2

Zone Point

Toddy Steps

➋Place

Bohortha

9

13

Porthbeor

Beach

10

Towan

Beach

Killigerran Head

Porthmellin Head

FALMOUTH

BAY

KEY

Getting

Travel Connections

around

5 Arriving at Carricknath Point where you will

9 Follow the pathway to the top of Porthbeor

see some pinewood trees, follow the pathway

around the headland until you reach Great &

Place Ferry See p20

Runs a half hourly service

Main road

beach (not currently accessible).

10 Continue along the path to Killigerran Head

from St Mawes across to

Little Molunan Beach.

and Towan Beach, follow the signs to the Thirstea

Secondary road

Place Creek.

6 Carry on over the wooden bridge and follow the

Co for refreshments (check opening times).

April - October. Broad

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path to the right (don’t go up the long set of steps).

Cross the road from the cafe into Porth car park

7 Arriving at St Anthony Lighthouse, the pathway

7 Days a week.

Minor road and follow the pathway taking you into the woods.

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goes back on itself here and up a hill to the car

Follow the pathway along Porth Creek which

St Mawes Ferry Track See p16

park at the top.

then leads on to the Percuil River.

8 Follow the pathway from the car park past the

7 Days a week Railway 13 Follow the pathway along the river which will

All year round

old military gun lookouts and bird hide.

Path

eventually lead back to the Place Ferry landing

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Cycling route

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Tregye

Tregoose

Point

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St Mawes and the Roseland Walks

Point Quay

3.5 Miles I Moderate I 3 h (approx) I I I I

Tregunwith

Restronguet

Creek

Restronguet

Passage

Crownick Farm

Turnings

Penpol

Pandora Inn

B3289

Channel

Creek

Turnaware

Bar

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Tredellans

Carwarthen

Lanho

Carvinack

Restronguet

barton

or Bridge

Greatwood

Turnings

rm

me Farm

1 Starting on the Quay at St Mawes, turn left

along the seafront and walk towards the castle.

Trefusis

2 From the castle, walk through the lower car

Kilnquay

park and continue along the coastal footpath

Flushing

Wood

alongside Quay the Carrick Roads for approx 1 mile.

3 At the fork, take the right turn and

you will

Kiln

start to climb inland heading Quay east Trefusis and as Point you

Flushing Ferry

crest the Prince hill, you will join the A3078 road.

of Wales

4 Turn Pier right, follow the road for approx 100 yards

before picking up the footpath on the left side.

5 The path doubles back at this point and can

be followed for another 100 yards where there

is a turning left off the main NMMC path which will take

you down past Bosloggas to the Percuil River.

Koffiji

6

When you arrive at the river, the path turns

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An easy to moderate walk around St Mawes

Headland taking in views of the village, Carrick St Mawes

Castle, Carrick Roads and the Percuil River.

Trelew

For an easy walk, just follow the route up to the castle and then turn

back or carry on for a circular walk around Penarrow the village peninsula.

Point

Mylor

Harbour

Step by step (see map right)

Flushing

south and follows the shores of the river all the

way back to St

Princess

Mawes.

Pavilion Falmouth Hotel

Falmouth Lodges

Gyllyngvase Café

Gyllyngvase Beach

Swanpool Point

Roads

Pendennis

Castle

Travel Connections

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week / All year

falriver.co.uk/smf

King Harry Ferry See p28

7 Days a week / All year

falriver.co.uk/khf

Enterprise Boats See p24

7 Days a week

falriver.co.uk/eb

Transport for Cornwall

Bus Number 50

Governor

St Mawes Ferry

Black Rock

Messack

Point

2

St Mawes

Castle

Lugo

Carricknath Point

3

Carricknath Cove

A3078

Bosloggas

Nanashuttal

St. Mawes

1

4

5

St Just In

Roseland

Summers Beach

Place Ferry

Cellars

Beach

St Anthony Church

Barton Farm

Percuil

River

St Anthony

in Roseland

Molunan Beach

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St Anthony Lighthouse

6

Priory

Point

Toddy St

Boho

Place


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River Fal

Ardevora

EXPLORE

Ruan High lanes

Borlase

Wood

St Mawes to

St Mawes and The Roseland Walks

Carlannick

Philleigh

Polmesk

Philleigh Way

Cookery School

Polmenna

Polglase

Farm

Penhallow

Trensetrall

St Just

Lower Penhallow

nnel

eek

re

Treworthal

6 Miles I Moderate I 3-4h (approx) I I White Lane I

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Trelissa

The Roseland

Treverras

Treluggan

Tregairewoon

Farm

Merrose

Tredellans

Farm

Roseland Stores

Tregaire

Lanhoose

B3289

Carwarthen

Carvinack

A3078

Trewithian

Rosevine

Curgurrel

Porthbean

Beach

T

Creek Stephen Po

Messack

Point

3

Bosloggas

8

Nanashuttal

St. Mawes

St Just In

Roseland

1 2 Follow instructions 1 & 2 Treloan on the walk left.

3 At the fork, take the left turn Farm and continue

Porthcurnick

Beach

Portscatho

Porth Cove

Treloan

Beach

Pednvadan

turning left onto the road and immediately taking the steps opposite.

Priory 5 At the top of the steps you Rosteague will reach a path, head straight forward over

Point

the stile into National Trust land signposted Church Greeb Town Point Farm.

6 When you arrive at ‘Church Town Farm’ pick up the footpath which

will head south adjacent to

Froe

the road.

field to avoid walking on the road and head to a water tower which you need

2

1

to follow for just over half a mile Towan before picking up the footpath on the left.

St Mawes

Summers Beach

Beach

8 Follow instructions 5 & 6 on the St Mawes Headland Walk left.

Place Ferry Toddy Steps

Cellars Bohortha

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t Mawes Ferry

Beach

Killigerran Head

55

Lugo

4

A3078

7

5

6

Percuil

River

Step by step

Tregassa

Walk from the historic fishing

village of St Mawes along the

Carrick Roads to St Just in Roseland

and its picturesque church.

Gerrans

along the shoreline to St Just in Roseland.

4 Head into the churchyard and explore

Portscatho Holidays

the magnificent church then exit the churchyard via the main entrance way

7 Before the road, turn right over the stile sign posted Tregear Vean into a


ethella

h lanes

hallow

k Stephen Point

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EXPLORE

Treworlas

Farm

Kings Head

Little

Treviles

Pendower

Beach

Gerrans Bay

Baruppa

Melinsey Mill

Gwendra

Carne Beach

Tregongon

Nare Head

Roseland Walks

A3078

Treburthes

The Nare Hotel

4

Pennarin Point

Trenona Farm

Holidays B&B

5-6 Miles Treworga I Hard I 4-6 h (approx) I I I

A3078

Veryan

Shannick Point

Churchtown Farm

Carne

A stunning walk around Nare Head,

the village of Veryan and Carne

Beach. Tie this walk in with a lunch

stop at the Nare Hotel for a perfect

day out.

5

3

2

6

Nare Head

Trelaglossick

Tregamenna

Manor

Polcreek

1

Calendra

Gul Rock

Travel Connections

King Harry Ferry See p28

falriver.co.uk/khf

Transport for Cornwall

Bus Number 50

7

8

9

Step by step

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1 From the NT car park at Kiberick Cove, take

the path through the gate to head steeply downhill

towards the cove. When you reach the South West

Coast Path, turn right to follow it around Nare Head.

2 After it has rounded Nare Head, the path drops

steeply downhill, passing a small ruin, and

crosses the stream at the bottom of the valley.

3 Climbing on the other side of the stream, fork

right to leave the Coast Path (or carry on for Carne

Beach and the Nare Hotel), which drops downhill

above Pannarin Point, and continue uphill to Carne.

Fork right to go between the buildings, carrying on

along the lane to the main settlement at Carne.

4 At the road, bear left, ignoring the turning on

your right. Take the path straight ahead at the

sharp left-hand bend. The path passes to the

left of Carne Beacon and comes out on another

road. Turn immediately right onto the footpath

on your right, which follows the right-hand hedge

before coming out onto Pendower Road beside

Churchtown Farm.

5 On the road turn right to walk through Veryan,

continuing straight on at the crossroads,

following Back Lane to the church.

6 Go through the churchyard to take the

footpath running from the left of the church. This

runs alongside the stream for a moment and then

climbs straight ahead through two fields separated

by a small copse to come out on a lane leading to

another road.

7 Turn left on the road and then immediately

right, continuing straight ahead at Trewartha

and on down the lane to Trewartha Hall. Stay on

the footpath as it turns to the left between the

buildings and goes into the left-hand field ahead.

Going through the hedge halfway down, it heads

for the far right-hand corner of this right-hand

field, descending steeply to the stream and coming

out by the houses at Sunny Corner.

8 Bear right past the houses and turn left on the

road. Take the footpath on the lane opposite,

dropping downhill to a track. Turn left on the

track and walk to the junction where the South

West Coast Path leaves on your right, heading

back towards Kiberick and Nare Head.

9 Turn right onto the Coast Path to Kiberick. In

the field below the car park pick up the footpath

on your right to retrace your steps uphill to return

to the start of the walk.

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More @falriver detailed

on the Roseland

MalpasRamble Walk page

52

Tregonian

Woodbury

Old Kea

Truro River

Trevean

Tregothnan

House

Penhale

Woods

Fentongollan

Merther Lane

River Fal

St Michael

Penkivel

Nancarrow

Trewartha

Vean

Tregenna

Trewonnal

Parson’s Hill

Woods

Lamorran

Trebollack

Penvose

Gare

Hay

Barton

Farm

EXPLORE

Cregoe

Penhesken

Higher

Demain

Bessy

Beneath

Corss

Ruan Lanihorne

Place to Portscatho

Kings Head Tregongon

Trethella

Trelaglossick

Roseland Walks

River Fal

Calendra

9-10 Miles I Moderate to hard I 5-6 h (approx) I I I

Trelonk

Trenona Farm

Ardevora

Holidays B&B

Veor

Little

Treviles

Baruppa

Treburthes

Ardevora

Ruan High lanes

Treworga

A3078

nel

ek

Mawes Ferry

k Rock

Messack

Point

St Mawes

Castle

Lugo

Carricknath Point

Carricknath Cove

Molunan Beach

A3078

St Anthony Head

B3289

Bosloggas

Borlase

Wood

St Just In

Roseland

Nanashuttal

Place Ferry

1

Cellars

Beach

2

Zone Point

Carlannick

Priory

Point

Polmesk

Polmenna

Bohortha

Philleigh

Polglase

Farm

Froe

Killigerran Head

Porthmellin Head

Penhallow

Treworthal

White Lane

B3289

The

Trelissa

Roseland

Treverras

Treluggan

Tregairewoon

Farm

Merrose

Tredellans

Farm

Roseland Stores

Carwarthen

St. Mawes

3

Barton Farm

Carvinack

Summers Beach

St Anthony

in Roseland

St Anthony Lighthouse

St Anthony Church

Percuil

River

Lanhoose

Toddy Steps

Place

Tregaire

A3078

7

Porthbeor

Beach

Philleigh Way

Cookery School

Gerrans

4

Tregassa

Treloan

Farm

Rosteague

Towan

Beach

Take the

Place Ferry

from St Mawes

to Place

Trewithian

6

5

Rosevine

Porthcurnick

Beach

Portscatho

Porth Cove

Treloan

Beach

Greeb Point

Curgurrel

Porthbean

Beach

Pednvadan

Portscatho Holidays

Trensetrall

Lower Penhallow

Creek Stephen Point

Travel Connections

Place Ferry See p20

7 Days a week (seasonal)

falriver.co.uk/place

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

falriver.co.uk/smf

King Harry Ferry See p28

7 days a week

01872 862 312

Transport for Cornwall

Bus Number 50

The Nare Hotel

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A3078

Treworlas

Farm

Melinsey Mill

Gwendra

Churchtown Farm

Carne

Tregamenna

Manor

Polcreek

Carne Beach

Pendower For those wanting a whole day of

Beach

Shannick Point

Ferry landing to Portscatho Nare Head taking in

Gerrans Bay

Step by step

Veryan

walking and magnificent views!

Pennarin Point

A walk along the Roseland Peninsula following

the South West Coast Path from the Place

St Anthony Head, Porthbeor and Towan Beach.

Gul Rock

1 Take the Place Ferry from St Mawes to Place

2 Follow the pathway towards Place Manor and

take the right turn behind and follow the pathway

through the church and up the hill.

3 Take the lower route once you go through

the turnstile and follow the pathway around

the peninsula until you reach Porthbeor (more

instructions on the Roseland Ramble Walk p52)

4 Follow the coast path past Towan Beach and

then on to Portscatho, a perfect spot for lunch

or a snack.

5 Walking up the hill to Gerrans Church. Passing

the church turn left and follow the signs to the

car park, carry on along the lane passing Treloan

Farm towards Porth.

6 From Porth follow the signs that will take you

along the shores of Porth Creek to North Hill

Point.

7 From here you turn and follow the path which

runs alongside the Percuil River back to Place

Creek.


ation

erranwell

)

al

Perranwell Rail

Station

The

EXPLORE

Devoran

Tregye

Point

Four

Turnings

Penpol

Carnon River

Fal Walk

Point Quay

The Oyster Way

Carsawnan

Restronguet

Creek

Carclew

7 Miles

Upper

I

Lodge

Moderate to hard I 4-5h Tregunwith I I I

Restronguet

Angarrick

Passage

Dowstall

Bellair

Tregoose

Crownick Farm

Pandora Inn

Restronguet

barton

B3289

Channel

Creek

Turnaware

Bar

5

Borlase

Wood

B3289

Polmesk

Philleigh Way

Cookery School

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Polmenna

Philleigh

Polg

Carlannick

Far

W

B3289

Trelissa

The Rose

Treverras

Tregairewoon

Farm

Tredellans

Carvinack

Carwarthen

4

Rose

Tregaire

Lanhoose

A3078

Enys Garden

Selected days only

Mylor Bridge

Greatwood

Treg

reluswell

Mount

Lower

Treluswell

Bellevue

Gwarder

Carvinack

Six Turnings

Trelew

Carrick

Roads

Messack

Point

3

St Just In

Roseland

Gerrans

yn Rail

ation

Higher

rgilliack

rewen

Farm

nwarne

arlidnack

an

ads

Farm

This is a spectacular Cornish walk

along the banks of the River Fal and

Penryn

the Oyster Way Lidl from St Mawes Flushing to

Muddy Beach

King Harry Reach.

The walk to King Harry Reach from St Mawes

of Wales

takes in the beautiful scenery along the Fal - the

last remaining oyster fishery in Europe

still to be

Bickland

Water

ock Water

Sparnon

an

Bosloe

n

Beach

Crill

Grebe

Beach

dredged by sail and oar.

Nangitha

Farm

Cornish

Holiday

Cottages

58

Bareppa

Carvallack

wnan Smith

Pencoose

Farm

Falmouth

Roscarrack

Penmorvah

Tregedna

Farm

Meudon

Trerose

Bissom

Water

Boslowick

Roscarrack

Farm

Maenporth

Estate

Nandsidwell Farm

Mawnan Church

Bissom

Sainsbury

Penrose Farm

Landerio Farm

Maenporth Beach

Rosemullion

Farm

Parsons Beach

Golden Bank

High Cliff

Bream Cove

Trevissome Farm

Falmouth

Golf

Course

Pennance

Pennance Mill

Penmere

Rail Station

Gatamala Cove

Prisk Cove

Newporth Beach

Newporth Head

Flushing

Quay

Prince

Pier

Rosemullion Head

Kiln

Quay

Flushing Ferry

Koffiji

Princess Pavilion

Swanpool Point

Swanpool Kayak Hire

Swanpool Beach

Mylor

Harbour

81

Falmouth Hotel

Trelissick

Garden

Falmouth Lodges

Gyllyngvase Café

Pennance Point

Kilnquay

Wood

NMMC

Gyllyngvase Beach

Trefusis

Trefusis Point

Penarrow

Point

Governor

Pendennis

Castle

Turn over for a detailed map of Falmouth

Travel Connections

St Mawes Ferry

Lugo

1 From the quay in St Mawes, head towards Place

Carricknath Point

the castle.

Barton Farm

Carricknath Cove

St Anthony

2

Pick up the coast path from

in Roseland the lower car park

Black Rock

FALMOUTH

BAY

Enterprise Boats See p24

7 Days a week (seasonal)

falriver.co.uk/eb

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

falriver.co.uk/smf

King Harry Ferry See p28

7 days a week

falriver.co.uk/khf

2

St Mawes

Castle

Step by step

Molunan Beach

and follow the path to St Just in Roseland.

St Anthony Lighthouse

3 Here you’ll find St Just Church and the churchyard

that Sir St John Anthony Betjeman Head described as ‘the most

beautiful on earth.'

4 From St Just continue North alongside St Just

Creek before breaking away from the river and

heading inland. The latter part of the walk is on the

road so take care.

5 When you arrive at King Harry Reach you can

jump on the King Harry Ferry and get to the other

side of the river where you can catch an Enterprise

Boat (seasonal, see p24) from the Trelissick

Pontoon back to Falmouth and then come back to

St Mawes via the St Mawes Getting Ferry around or alternatively

retrace your route back.

Bosloggas

Nanashuttal

St. Mawes

A3078

1

KEY

Summers Beach

Place Ferry

Cellars

Beach

St Anthony Church

Zone Point

Main road

Priory

Point

Toddy Steps

Bohortha

Secondary road

More details at falriver.co.uk/walks

Broad

Minor road

Porthbeor

Beach

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Track

Percuil

River

Tre

Fa

Rost

Froe

T

B

Porthm


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A390

Penair

Kiggon

EXPLORE

Old Ale House

M&S

her

nick

The Alverton

Hotel

Skinners

Brewery

Newham

loggas

detailed map of Truro

289

Trethowell

Trevaste

Boscawen

Park

Penpoll

Take

Enterprise Porth Kea

Boats from

Falmouth A great walk that kids

(and dogs!) love around

the National Higher Trust Trelissick along

Lanner

the banks of the Fal River. Trevean

Lower Lanner

Coombe

Malpas

This circular walk can be completed as a whole

Old Kea

walk, or you can just do the north or south route.

5

6

Truro River

1

2

4

3

Menadews

St Clement

Woodbury

Merther

Trelissick Walk

2-3 Miles I Easy Eglosmerther I 1-2h (approx) I I I I

Tregonian

Travel Connections

Penhale

Woods

Step by step

Tresawsan

Fentongollan

Merther Lane

St Michael

Penkivel

24

Enterprise

Boats

Enterprise Boats See p24

1 Starting at the NT main car park, head south

7 Days a week (seasonal)

down the parkland towards the water at the beach,

falriver.co.uk/eb

Tregothnanturn left and pick up the pathway around the creek.

King Harry Ferry See p28 House

Nancarrow

2 Follow the pathway all the way along until you

7 days a week

see the pontoon on your right down a zig zag

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pathway, follow the zig zag if you want to see the

Transport for Cornwall

river and water, otherwise, continue along the

Bus Number 493

path and go down the steps.

Truro River

North & south walk around the estate

3 Cross the road and continue up the steps on to

the ‘north’ River section Fal of the Woodland Walk.

4 Follow the path around the river and into

Trewartha

Vean

Parson’s Hill

Woods

Treveor

Lamorran

Philleigh

Tregen

Trewonn

Borlase Lamouth Creek.

Wood 5 At the junction, turn right to take a small diversion

to Roundwood Quay and then retrace your

Polmesk

steps back to the junction or turn left to Philleigh carry on Way

Cookery School

the main route. Polmenna

Polglase

6 At the road, cross safely and then follow the path

Carlannick

Farm

to the main drive and follow back to the main car park.

Channel

Note: To walk just one section of the route, at White

Creek

step 4 walk back up the main road to the car park

instead of joining

Trelissa

The

the next

Rosel

section.

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Treverras

Tresillian River

B3289

Treg

Arde

Ve


ck

Cliftures

Farm

Bosvathick

ince

now House

amansack

Wood

Trenoweth

Bosvarren

Lower

Spargo

Farm

105 m

Tregonhaye

Farm

EXPLORE

Chynoweth

Sparnon

Higher Argal

Helford Walk

Higher

Lamanva

Spargo

Lamanva

Farm

Farm

Crossroads

Treverva

Falmouth Treverva Farm to Lamanva the Helford Trewen

Farm

Bosawsack

Antron

Farm

109 m

Higher

Kergilliack

Penwarne

Carlidnack

Bickland

Water

Helland

House

10 Miles I Hard I All day walk I I I I

Trewoon

Crill

Roscollas

Farm

Farm

High Cross

Garage

Trenarth

Farm

ort Navas

Frenchman’s

Creek

renchman’s

Pill

Tregithew

Kestle

Argal

Lake

Trecombe

Treworval

Trenarth

Bridge

Higher Tregarne

Lower Penpoll

Lower Tregarne

Bosahan

Barton

Higher Penpoll

Roscaddon

Boskensoe

Durgan

Crossroads

Condurrow

Tendera

Bareppa

Carvallack

Manaccan

Carne

Gillan

1 Starting in Falmouth Town, follow the main

Lanarth

Budock Water

Trudgwell

Nangitha

Farm

Falmouth

Roscarrack

Penmorvah

Tregedna

Farm

Roscarrack

Farm

Nandsidwell Farm

Helford River

St Anthony

Tregasso

Boslowick

4

Maenporth

Estate

Penrose Farm

Maenporth Beach

High Cliff

Bream Cove

Dennis Head

Men-aver

Point

Lestowder

Golden Bank

Gatamala Cove

Rosemullion

Farm

Trebah

Crossroads Glendurgan

Prisk Cove

Trerose

Garden

Bosloe

9

Durgan

Trebah

Mawnan Church

Helford Garden 7

Durgan Beach Grebe

6

Passage

Beach

Parsons Beach

Robin’s Cover

Porthallack

8

Bar Beach

Beach

August Rock

Passage Cove

Toll Point

Helford Ferry

Helford

Point

The Gew

Helford

Village

Step by step

Mawnan Smith

high street east and past the docks, round

Men-aver

Beach

Landrivick

Farm Choon

the seafront Trelowry to Gyllyngvase Beach. Roskruge

Trezebel

Barton

Roskorwell

2 Follow the path along the back to the beach

Trevaddra

Treglossack

Higher

which will take you on to the coast path and to

Treworgie Bodden

Menifters

Higher

Trenower Swanpool Beach.

Roskruge

Halwyn

3

Beacon

At Swanpool, carry on along the main road

er Trenower

80

at the back of the beach and Trewince turn right to

Carno

Tregarne

rejoin the coast Rosemorder path just past the restaurant.

Tregowris

Tregaminion

Tregidden 4 Follow Farm the Trewoon coast path to Maenporth beach

Tredinnick

and track along the back of the beach to Mill rejoin Mehal

Cornish

Holiday

Cottages

Pendennis Point (more detailed p61) and along

the coast path at the opposite end.

Meudon

Pennance Mill

5

Trewarnevas

Visit Trebah

Garden

Penmere

Rail Station

Falmouth

Golf

Course 3

Pennance

Newporth Head

Swanpool Point

Swanpool Kayak Hire

2 Swanpool Beach

Newporth Beach

Rosemullion Head

Nare Point

Prince

of Wales

Pier

Polnare

Cove

Princess Pavilion Falmouth Hotel

Falmouth Lodges

Gyllyngvase Café

Pennance Point

5 Follow Nare the Head path to Rosemullion Head.

Penare

6

Nare Cove

and arrive at Grebe Beach.

Porthkerris Point

Porthkerris Cove

Pencra Head

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to arrive at Durgan.

8Porthallow

Follow the path way again along the river

9 Park-an-tindo

Trenance

Koffiji

1

NMMC

Gyllyngvase Beach

Pendennis

Castle

Turn over for a detailed map of Falmouth

This long walk takes you through

the maritime port of Falmouth,

along beautiful stretches of

coastline in Falmouth Bay

before joining the Helford River

and ending at Helford Passage.

There is a bus service from Helford Passage

factor in time to walk up here if returning by

Chyreen

Porthoustock

bus (check times before you set out)

back to Falmouth if you don’t fancy the

walk back. Check times before you set out.

Continued

Governor

St Mawes Fer

Black Rock

FALMOUTH

BAY

From Rosemullion Head, carry on along the

path past the village of Mawnan, Porth Saxon

7 Follow the path at the back of Grebe Beach

and round the last corner until you reach

Helford Passage.

The return bus leaves from the top of the

hill at the junction to Helford Passage, so

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porth Beach

rth Head

osemullion Head

Nare Point

Prince

of Wales

Pier

Polnare

Cove

Nare Cove

Quay

Flushing Ferry

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Koffiji

Nare Head

Princess Pavilion

Gyllyngvase Café

Gyllyngvase Beach

Swanpool Point

Swanpool Kayak Hire

Swanpool Beach

A39

1

NMMC

Trefusis Point

Falmouth Hotel

Falmouth Lodges

4

Pendennis

Castle

Governor

Walk around the historic Pendennis

Turn over for a detailed map of Falmouth

Headland where you'll be rewarded

with fantastic views across Falmouth

Harbour Pennance Point and along the Cornish coast.

Step by step (see map above)

1 From Custom House Quay head east towards

the Maritime Museum along the road, cross the

first mini roundabout and follow Bar Road past

N. Parade

Pendarves Rd

Tresillians Rd

Falmouth Road

Police Station

A39

Tehidy Tce

Penwerris Lane

Penrose Rd

Straton Tce

Penwerris Tce

FALMOUTH

Trevethan Rd

Kimberley Park Rd

Killigrew Street

To Maenporth

and Swanpool

Albany Pl

The

Moor

Albany Rd

Marlborough Rd

Greenbank

Trefusis Rd

Greenbank

Quay

Market St

St Mawes Ferry

Black Rock

5

FALMOUTH

BAY

the entrance to the docks, under the railway bridge.

2 After crossing the roundabout you will start

to climb Castle Drive and can enjoy the fantastic

views across the harbour and into the active

dockyard below.

46

Broadmead

Guesthouse

Discover more

about Falmouth

2

6

Greenbank, Water’s Edge

& The Working Boat

Kimberley Park

Church St

New Street

Woodlane Crescent

Prince of Wales

Pier (POW)

Oggie’s Cornish Kitchen

Queen Mary

Gardens

A39

St Michael’s

Resort

FLUSHING

Flushing Holiday

Cottages

Fox Rosehill

Arwenack St

Arwenack Av

Trefusis Rd

Custom

Sessions House

Surf & Skate 2 Quay

Shop (CHQ)

Harbour Reach

The Chain Locker

Harbour Lights

RoBo

Koffiji

Anacapri

Kinbrae

Events Square

Bar Road

Chelsea House

B&B

Tunnel

RNLI Station

Maritime Museum

Enjoy a gentle stroll taking in the

best of this historic maritime town.

3

4

5

1

St Mawes

Castle

KEY

Summers Beach

Place Ferry

Continued St Anthony Head

Zone Point

3 A short distance after the docks you will find

Ferry to St Mawes,

Trelissick & Truro

Ferry to St Mawes

Falmouth Docks

Castle Beach

Castle Drive

Castle Drive

EXPLORE

Bohortha

Carricknath Point

St Anthony Church

Porthbeor

Barton Farm

Carricknath Cove Around the Falmouth Peninsula

Beach

St Anthony

in Roseland

Molunan Beach

2 Miles I Easy I 1-2h I I I I

St Anthony Lighthouse

Pendennis

Castle

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W

N

S

Lugo

E

Pendennis Point

the entrance for Pendennis Castle.

Cellars

Beach

4 Explore this prominent castle and enjoy its

breathtaking views. Continuing along Castle Drive

you will come to Pendennis Point where you can

explore the headland and enjoy an ice cream.

From Pendennis Point you continue along

Castle Drive until you reach a fork. Bear right and

pick up Castle Hill which will take you back to the

roundabout next to Falmouth Docks.

6 From the roundabout follow your original track.

Optional: You can extend this walk by strolling

down the sea front to Gyllyngvase Beach.

Travel Connections

Enterprise Boats See p24

7 Days a week (seasonal)

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St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

falriver.co.uk/smf

Cornwall by Kernow

7 Days a week

Bus U1 & U2

Getting around

Main road

Falmouth

Secondary road

A walk around Broad Falmouth Town

Minor road

1-2 Miles I Easy I 1h I I I I

Track

Railway

Step by step Path

River

Toddy Steps

Place

Pendennis

Travel Connections

Enterprise Boats See p24

7 Days a week (seasonal)

falriver.co.uk/eb

St Mawes Ferry See p16

7 Days a week

falriver.co.uk/smf

Cornwall by Kernow

7 Days a week

Bus U1 & U2

Towa

Beac

Kil

Porthmell

1 Start your Cycling walk at Discovery route Quay, home to

the National

Walk

Maritime

described

Museum

in

Cornwall.

the Fal River Guide

2 Head down Arwenack Street to Custom

House Quay for great views across the harbour.

Ferry route

3 Continue your walk through the town with

its eclectic mix of shops and cafes before

reaching the Prince of Wales Pier. Here you’ll

find the Fal River Visitor Information Centre.

4 From here, stroll up to the Moor before

taking on the steps of Jacob’s Ladder. You can

head back down the steps once you get your

breath back or walk parallel to the harbour

before cutting back down to Arwenack Street.


water

EXPLORE

Trefusis

Around the headland

5 Miles I Easy I 4 Hours I I

Twelveheads

Coombe

Cusgarne

Chycoose

Vean

Threemilestone

Disused

Mining

Area

Coldwind Cross

Bissoe

Higher

Bissoe

Coop

Wheal Baddon

Sparnock

Helston

Water

Chycowling

Highertown

Truro

Old Ale House

A390

Skinners

A walk with great views across

Brewery

the Carrick Roads from Flushing,

Nansvallan

Newham

through the village, to Mylor Yacht

Harbour around Trefusis Headland.

Kea

Higher

Start this walk from Falmouth by

Calenick Trethowell

catching the Flushing Killow Park Ferry from

Golf Course

Carlyon

Prince of Wales Pier.

Gew

Farm

The Valley

Chygowlin

Carnon Downs

Quenchwell

Aldi

Come to Good

Sainsbury

Playing Place

Halvarras

Farm

B3289

Lanyew

M&S

Treloggas

Turn over for a detailed map of Truro

Porth Kea

Higher

Lanner

/falriver

Trevaste

Boscawen

Park

Truro River

Penpoll

Lower Lanner

Coombe

Malp

Old

Trev

M

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Frogpool

Rose

Tregellas

Farm

Trewedna

Pelean

Cross

Pellynwartha

Ponsanooth

Step by step

Mylor Lidgey by following the coast.

Gaddles

2

62

Roskrow

Wood

Goonhingey

Carnsew

Granite

Quarry

Lower

Trewedna

Perranarworthal

College

Reservoir

Perranwell Station

Devichoys Wood

( Nature Reserve)

Barras

Moor

1

Cosawes

Treffry

When you arrive in Flushing, enjoy

Little

Treliever

Treluswell

Perranwell

Antron

Trenoweth

4

Farm

Tregonhaye

Cliftures

Farm Chynoweth

Farm

to Flushing or from Trelew as shown on map. Bickland

Water

Higher

Lower

Kergilliack

Nangitha

Spargo

Farm

Farm

Argal

Lake

Budock Water

Higher Argal

Perranwell Rail

Station

the historic fishing village, its two pubs and the

Devas

Quayside Restaurant before heading towards

After you round Trefusis Point, look out

Treluswell

Mankea

Mount

for the cave and Roskrow steps A39 cut into the stone foreshore.

Both were used to

Farm

Lower

B3292 Treluswell

transfer

contraband goods ashore with the cave

Bellevue

marking the entrance to an old tunnel that led

up to Higher the cellars of the estate house on the hill

Treliever

where the goods were Tremough

stored.

Trenoweth

Granite

Asda

and boasts one of the oldest Celtic crosses in

Quarry

Sparnon

Carclew

Upper Lodge

3 Once in

Mabe Mylor Harbour you can enjoy

Station

a drink

Glasney Rooms Penryn

in Castaways Burnthouse or in the cafe. St Mylor Church

is a two minute walk away from the harbour

the country.

More details in

our area map

leaflet

Penryn Rail

Retrace your steps back along the path back

Pencoose

Farm

Flushing Ferry

Devoran

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Falmouth

Carnon River

Carsawnan

Angarrick

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Dowstall

Bellair

Enys Garden

Selected days only

Gwarder

Bissom

Water

Boslowick

Carvinack

Bissom

Farm

Lidl

Muddy Beach

Sainsbury

See Flushing

Ferry p35

Landerio Farm

Travel Connections

07974 799 773

Six Turnings

Tregye

Tregoose

Point

Point Quay

Restronguet

Creek

Tregunwith

Restronguet

Passage

Trevissome Farm

Crownick Farm

Mylor Bridge

Penmere

Rail Station

Flushing

Flushing 1

Quay

Four

Turnings

Pandora Inn

Trelew

Penpol

Restronguet

barton

Kiln

Quay

Flushing Ferry

Prince

of Wales

Pier

Koffiji

Greatwood

Mylor

Harbour

Kilnquay

Wood

NMMC

B3289

3

4

Penarrow

Point

Trefusis

2

Trefusis Point

Carrick

Roads

Channel

Creek

Turnaware

Bar

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Governor

St Mawes Ferry

Messa

Poin

St Ma

Cast

Carric


Twelveheads

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Coombe

Cusgarne

Chycoose

Vean

Disused

Mining

Area

Coldwind Cross

Bissoe

Higher

Bissoe

Wheal Baddon

Sparnock

Helston

Water

Gew

Farm

Chycowling

The Valley

Killow Park

Golf Course

Chygowlin

EXPLORE

Playing Place

Treloggas

Mylor Creek

Quenchwell

Come to Good

Halvarras

Farm

Carlyon

Lanyew

B3289

Carnon Downs A circular walk around Mylor

3 Miles I Easy I 2h (approx) I I I

Porth Kea

Higher

Lanner

Lowe

C

A393

Frogpool

Rose

Tregellas

Farm

Trewedna

Pelean

Cross

Pellynwartha

Ponsanooth

Lower

Trewedna

Perranwell Station

Perranarworthal

Devichoys Wood

( Nature Reserve)

Barras

Moor

Perranwell Rail

Station

Perranwell

Carclew

Upper Lodge

Tregye

B3289

A beautiful little walk from Mylor

Penpol

Bridge along Tregoose

Devoran

Mylor Creek and

around the

Point

headland to Restronguet

Weir. This relaxed stroll along Mylor

Creek Carnon Riverhas glorious views of the

Carrick Roads Point Quay and the Roseland.

Extend the walk a little further and

Carsawnan

call into the Restronguet Pandora Inn for lunch.

Angarrick

Creek

Tregunwith

Restronguet

Passage

Crownick Farm

Four

Turnings

Pandora Inn

Tu

A394

ow

ture

rk

Menallack

Farm

Treffry

Devas

Cliftures

Farm

Lidgey

Lower

Spargo

Farm

Higher

Spargo

Farm

Helland

House

Roskrow

Wood

Goonhingey

Higher

Treliever

Carnsew

Granite

Quarry

Trenoweth

Trenoweth

Granite

Quarry

Chynoweth

Treverva

Cosawes

Mankea

Gaddles

Treverva Farm

Roskrow

Farm

Mabe

Burnthouse

Argal

Lake

Antron

Farm

Lamanva

Farm

A39

Lamanva

College

Reservoir

Lamanva

Crossroads

Little

Treliever

Tremough

Glasney Rooms

Asda

Tregonhaye

Farm

Treluswell

B3292

Higher Argal

Treluswell

Mount

Lower

Treluswell

Penryn Rail

Station

Higher

Kergilliack

Trewen

Farm

Bellevue

Sparnon

Crill

Bickland

Water

Nangitha

Farm

Budock Water

Penryn

Enys Garden

Selected days only

Gwarder

Pencoose

Farm

Trewoon

Penmorvah

Roscollas

Farm

Falmouth

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Falmouth

Roscarrack

Bissom

Water

Boslowick

Roscarrack

Farm

Carvinack

Bissom

Farm

Lidl

Muddy Beach

Sainsbury

Dowstall

Bellair

Landerio Farm

Six Turnings

Trevissome Farm

Step by step

Mylor

1 Beginning at the car park in Mylor Harbour Bridge,

cross the road Flushing and follow Trevellan Road Trefusis down

Golden Bank

Mylor Bridge

towards Mylor Creek.

Flushing

Quay

2

4

Restronguet

barton

5

Trelew

Kiln

Quay

Flushing Ferry

Prince

of Wales

Pier

Pennance Point

Greatwood

Kilnquay

Wood

Penarrow

Point

Carric

Road

NMMC

Pandora Inn)

Koffiji

4

Penmere Then take the road up the hill past

Gover

Rail Station

Pendennis

Restronguet Barton. Princess Pavilion Falmouth Hotel Castle

Falmouth Lodges

5 When you reach the junction

follow the path

Gyllyngvase Café

back across the fields where Gyllyngvase you Beach will return to

Course

Pennance

1

When the road ends you’ll find a footpath

which will take you along the creek

Trefusis

and around

Point

the headland.

3 Follow the footpath until you reach

Restronguet Weir and Restronguet Point.

(Carry on here alongside the water to the

Trevellan Road.

Swanpool Point

Swanpool Kayak Hire

Swanpool Beach

2

3

Turn over for a detailed map of Falmouth


haye

m

Park

& Ride

Bickland

EXPLORE

Water

Nangitha

Threemilestone

Farm

Falmouth

Coop

Higher

Kergilliack

Pier

Treliske Hospital

Truro River

Highertown

Tresillian River

Truro

/falriver

NMMC 4

St Mawes

Turn

Budock Water

over for a detailed map of Truro

Chacewater

Koffiji

Sparnon

Penmere

her Argal

Boslowick

Governor

Rail Station

Truro City

A390

Skinners

Brewery

Pendennis 2

Boscawen

Princess Pavilion Falmouth Hotel

Park

Nansvallan

Newham Castle

Falmouth Lodges

City Walks

3

Roscarrack

Gyllyngvase Café

Truro River Black Rock Malp

Gyllyngvase Beach

4 Miles I Moderate I 3h I I

Trewen

Roscarrack I

Kea

Trevaste

Farm

Farm

Golden Bank

Swanpool Step Point by step

Higher

Calenick Trethowell

Swanpool Kayak 1

Start Hire in Truro and walk down Lemon Quay, Penpoll

Killow Park

Sparnock

Twelveheads

Golf Course

Carlyon

Swanpool Beach

City and under the subway towards Tesco.

Crill country come together in Travel Connections

Porth Kea

Gew

Farm

Turn over for a detailed map of Falmouth

PenmorvahDisused

Old

Mining

Transport for Cornwall

the Truro City Walk

Falmouth

2 Take the path by the riverside along

Area

Wheal Baddon

Various Golf Buses

Chygowlin

Higher

Course

Newham Road before turning right up Gas Hill.

Playing Place

Lanner

Pennance Helston

Tre

Cornwall by Kernow

Lower Lanner

Water

Pennance 3

Lanyew

Bissoe

Chycowling

Point Here you’ll pick Halvarras up a cycle and footpath

Farm

Treloggas

Various Buses

Coombe

Quenchwell on your left. You’re now on the old Newham

Penrose Farm

Coombe

Tregedna

Higher Enterprise Newporth Boats Beach

Railway Line.

Bissoe

Chycoose Farm

The Valley

B3289

Penwarne

Vean

Selected high tide cruises

Newporth Head

4 Follow the path all the way until it ends. It

Pennance Mill Carnon Downs

Cusgarne

Coldwind Cross

Come to Good

will bring you out opposite Station Road.

FALMOUTH

Bareppa

5 Take care crossing the road and follow

Maenporth Beach

garne

Frogpool

Perranwell Station

Four

down the Tregye hill past Turnings Truro Train B3289 Station and back

Carvallack

Perranwell Rail

Carlidnack

Maenporth

Estate

High Cliff

BAY

Station

into town.

Rose

Tregellas

Penpol

Farm

6 Take Tregoose some time out to enjoy all Truro has

Perranwell

Devoran

Channel

to offer, from Truro Cathedral to Lemon Street

Creek

Cornish

Point

Lower

oskensoe

Trewedna

Holiday Trewedna Meudon

Cottages Perranarworthal

Market, and enjoy a well deserved rest.

Carnon River

Bream Cove

enpoll A393

A390

Pelean

Mawnan Smith

Point Quay

Cross

Pellynwartha Turnaware

Bar

Park

& Ride

Carsawnan

Tresillian

Waitrose

Restronguet

Treffry

Cartharthen

Gatamala Cove

A390

Creek

Durgan

B3284

Nancemabyn

Crossroads

Nandsidwell Farm

A390

Malpas

Devichoys Wood

( Nature Reserve)

Carclew

4

Upper Lodge

Tregunwith

Penair

Kiggon

Great

Ponsanooth

Restronguet

Trewirgie

The Alverton

Little

Rosemullion

Angarrick

Hotel

Rosemullion Head

Passage

Barras

Tregerrick

Trewigie

Moor

Crownick Farm Pandora Inn

A3078

Malpas Treliske to Hospital Tresillian

Farm

3 Merther

Cosawes

Dowstall

Treffry

Old Ale House

Glendurgan

Highertown

p

Prisk Cove

Trerose

Restronguet

Little

Aldi

Garden

Bosloe

Sainsbury

Menadews

Tregerrick

Bellair

barton

Eglosmerther

3 Miles I Easy Devas I 2h I

M&S

Durgan

Truro

Treveor

Mawnan Church

St Clement

Turn over for Treluswell

a detailed map of Truro Tresawsan

Trewartha

Greatwood

ah

Lidgey

Mylor Bridge

2 Penhale

Vean

en

Gaddles

Enys Garden

Woods

Have a brilliant walk from the A390

Selected days only

Durgan Beach

Skinners

Grebe

Treluswell

Trebollack

Mankea

Brewery

Penvose

lovely village Beach of Malpas along Boscawen

Parsons the

Mount

Beach

Roskrow

A39

Park

Tregenna

Robin’s Cover

Nansvallan

Newham

Gare

Porthallack

46Carrick

Mes

Farm

Lower

calming banks of the beautiful B3292

Gwarder

Treluswell

Fentongollan

Beach

August Rock

Discover more

Po

Carvinack Six Turnings

Roskrow

Trelew

Wood

Bellevue Truro River

e

Malpas

Tresillian River. Toll Point

Merther Lane

about Falmouth

Roads

Little

1

Treliever

Trewonnal

Kea

Trevaste Pencoose

Bissom

Tregonian Landerio Farm

Goonhingey

Higher

Farm

Water

Penarrow

Calenick Trethowell

Point

Helford River

Ruan Lanihorne

Higher

Bissom

Penpoll

Woodbury

Trevissome Farm

Parson’s Hill

Killow Park

St Michael

Sparnock

Treliever The Gew

Farm

Carlyon

Woods

Golf Course

Penkivel

Porth Kea

Gew

Tremough Travel connections Step by step Mylor

King

Farm

Carnsew

Penryn Rail

Old Kea

Trethella

Granite

Station Transport for Cornwall

Lamorran Harbour

l Baddon

Quarry Mabe

Glasney Rooms

St Anthony

Penryn

1 Follow the path out of Malpas.

Chygowlin

Higher

Tendera

Playing Place

Lanner Various Buses

Lidl

Trefusis

Burnthouse

Flushing

River Fal

Helston

Muddy Trevean Beach

Tregothnan 2

Following the river, head to the village of St

Lanyew

Lower Lanner

House

Nancarrow

Kilnquay

Water

Trelonk

Chycowling

Halvarras

Ardevora

A394

Farm

Treloggas

Cornwall Coombe by Kernow

Flushing

Wood

Veor

Trenoweth

Dennis Head

Clement. Quay

Quenchwell

Little

Condurrow

Granite

Asda

Treviles

Quarry

Various Buses

Sainsbury

3

Kiln

Kernow

Pass through the village and keep following

Ardevora

TrudgwellThe Valley

B3289

College

Quay

Adventure

Men-aver

Trefusis Point

Reservoir

Enterprise Boats Nare Point

Flushing Ferry

Park

River Fal

Prince

Treworg

Carnon Downs

Antron

Point Men-aver

the river all of Wales the way to Tresillian. Ruan High lanes

on

Trenoweth Come to Good Farm

Pier

Tregonhaye

Selected Beach high tide cruises

Cliftures

4

Trensetrall

Borlase Retrace your steps back to Malpas.

Farm Chynoweth

Farm

St M

Bickland

Polnare

Wood

Cas

Water

Cove

Philleigh

Gillan

Four

Higher

Polmesk

Carne

Philleigh Way

Lower

Tregye Turnings B3289Kergilliack

Nangitha

Cookery School

Perranwell Rail

Spargo

Polmenna

Station

Lestowder

Farm

Falmouth

NMMC Polglase

Farm

Penhallow

Nare Head Carlannick

Farm

Lower PenhallowSt Mawes Ferry

ArgalTregasso

Budock Water

Lake

Penpol

Penare

Koffiji

Tregoose

Treworthal A3078

anwell

Devoran

Sparnon

Penmere

Channel

White Lane

B3289

Car

narth

Higher Argal

Boslowick

Governor

Rail Station

Higher

Creek

Point

Trewarnevas

Pendennis

Trelissa

Treworlas

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The Roseland

Lamanva

Spargo

Lamanva

Princess Pavilion Falmouth Hotel Castle

C

Farm

Farm

Crossroads

Falmouth Lodges

Farm

Carnon River

Roscarrack

Gyllyngvase Café

Black Rock

Treverva

Treverras

Aldi

5

Sainsbury

6

Old Ale House

M&S

1

The Alverton

Hotel


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Safety Tips

EMERGENCY AT SEA OR ON THE COAST

Every year, thousands of people get into real,

life-threatening difficulty on our coasts.

They may be washed out to sea, pulled under

by a strong rip current, or simply get into the

water when conditions are dangerous.

To ensure you and your family don’t put

Beach

Dogs permitted

Food & Drink

Lifeguard

Parking

Public toilets

Beaches

More beaches at falriver.co.uk

King Harry Ferry

yourselves in danger, we have compiled

some simple steps you can take to stay safe

on the beach.

TOP TIPS TO STAY SAFE

Always read and obey the safety signs,

usually found at the entrance to the beach.

These will help you avoid potential hazards

on the beach and identify the safest areas

for swimming.

When on a lifeguarded beach, find the red

and yellow flags and always swim or

bodyboard between them – this area is

patrolled by lifeguards.

Never swim alone.

If you get in trouble, stick your hand in the

air and shout for help.

If you see someone in difficulty, never

attempt a rescue. Tell a lifeguard or, if you

can’t see a lifeguard, call 999 or 112 and ask

for the Coastguard.

If you think you are caught in a ‘rip’ try to swim

parallel to the beach until out of the effects of

the rip and then make your way to shore.

Falmouth

Maenporth

Helford

Pentewan

Flushing

Gyllyngvase

Swanpool

St Mawes

Little &

Great Molunan

Porthbeor

Towan

Porthcurnick

Portscatho

W

Gorran Haven

Pendower

& Carne

RNLI More information on beach safety, go to rnli.org.uk/beachsafety or call 0800 328 0600

N

S

E

Pentewan

Gorran Haven

Portholland

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Danger. NEVER enter the water

when the red flag is flying,

under any circumstances.

Patrolled by lifeguards.

Safe areas to swim, bodyboard

and use inflatables.

Patrolled by lifeguards.

For use of watercraft such

as surfboards and kayaks.

Offshore wind. You should

NEVER use an inflatable

when the sock is flying.

A wide sandy beach with access via

Pentewan village. Excellent for

swimming and watersports. Small

car park which can get busy during

the summer months.

Near: Mevagissey On the map: N5 p123

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: N, NW, W & SW

Avoid: Strong E, SE & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 5 Hrs

Parking: Small car park in village

A popular wide sandy beach with good

parking and access via a large slipway.

A safe swimming beach with good

facilities including café, shop and

toilets.

Near: Gorran On the map: M6 p123

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: NE, N, NW & W

Avoid: Strong E, SE & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 4 Hrs

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Towan

A sandy crescent-shaped beach that is

larger than it may first appear. It has

coarse sand and rock-pools at low tide.

Usually a quiet beach.

Near: Froe

On the map: E9 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: W, SW, S, SE, E, NE & N

Avoid: Strong E & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 5 Hrs

Parking: At Porth farm, 5 mins walk

Food & Drinks: Thirstea above Towan Beach

St Mawes - Tavern

Take

the St Mawes

Ferry from

Falmouth.

See p16

Small but very sheltered beach in the

fishing village of St Mawes. Close to

shops, pubs & toilets and connected to

Falmouth by a regular ferry service.

Near: St Mawes On the map: D8 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: W, NW, N, NE & E

Avoid: Strong E & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 4 Hrs

Dogs: Not allowed on Tavern Beach

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Gyllyngvase

Gyllyngvase is Falmouth’s main

award-winning beach. The beach is a

10 minute walk from town or about 1hr

if you take the leisurely stroll around

Pendennis Headland. See p63.

The outward stretching Lizard peninsula

which is the UK’s most southerly point

and the historic Pendennis Castle that

guards the harbour entrance is a sight

to be seen.

Gyllyngvase also has a beachside café/

bar serving dishes using the finest

Cornish produce as well as

delicious cakes.

The soft white sand, the rolling waves

and the variety of activities on offer

make Gyllyngvase perfect for families.

Twinned with its breath-taking views

out into Falmouth Bay where you might

see ships at anchor.

Great and Little Molunan

The beach is lifeguarded in the summer

months making it a safe spot for children.

Activities on offer at the beach include

kayaking, coasteering, climbing and

much more.

Near: Falmouth On the map: C9 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Tide: Best any tide and some surf at low tide

Dogs: Only in winter (banned Easter to 1Oct)

#GyllyBeach

Set in the shelter of St Anthony's

lighthouse and headland, Great and

Little Molunan overlook the Carrick

Roads and Falmouth harbour. A

picturesque cove with a sandy beach

and sheltered from the east winds, it’s

the perfect beach for relaxing or exploring

all the quirky nooks and crannies. St

Anthony’s lighthouse was built in 1835

and is a prominent local landmark

protecting sailors entering Falmouth

harbour from the Manacles. There are

also the remains of WW2 gun batteries

and magnificent views out to sea and

back to Falmouth.

To access Little & Great Molunan, leave

the car at St Anthony Head (NT) or take

the ferry from St Mawes to Place and

follow the South West Coast Path.

The beach can be found at the bottom

of a short flight of steep steps. Toilets

are available at St Anthony Head but

there are no facilities on the beach.

Near: St Anthony Head On the map: D9 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: : N, NE, E & SE

Avoid: Strong W, SW & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 4 Hrs

See Also

St Mawes Ferry: Page 16

Place Ferry: Page 20

Walks: Page 52

Visit St Mawes: Page 49

#GreatMolunan

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Swanpool

Swanpool is a popular Falmouth beach,

not as big as nearby Gyllyngvase but

with many of the same facilities.

Situated along the same stretch of coast,

the beach offers endless views over

Falmouth Bay and the ships at anchor,

as well as glimpses of the harbour

entrance and St Anthony’s Lighthouse.

The beach has a variety of activities

if you fancy some adventure such as

kayaking and paddleboarding. You can

even find your inner Tiger Woods on

the Crazy Golf Course. Just behind the

beach is the Swanpool Nature Reserve.

A rare habitat where you will see an

abundance of wildlife including ducks,

wading birds and the resident pair of

swans who, in spring, are accompanied

by their fluffy cygnets.

The beach café is very popular and

is open all year round. It sells a wide

variety of drinks, hot and cold food and

their own quirky ice cream.

Swanpool beach has toilets as well as a

large car park. Dogs are not allowed on

the beach in the summer.

Near: Falmouth On the map: B9 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: SW, W, NW & N

Avoid: Strong S, SE, E & NE winds

Tide: Best any tide and surf at low tide

Dogs: Only in winter (banned Easter to 1 Oct)

#swanpool

Helford Passage

Trebah & Durgan

Maenporth Beach

Extremely attractive beaches on the

North shore of the Helford Estuary.

The beach at Helford Passage has a

pub, toilets, ferry and boat hire with

the ferry landing on the beach at Trebah

and Durgan.

Near: Helford On the map: A10 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: NE, N, NW & W

Tide: All tides & good rock pooling at low tide

#HelfordPassage

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A delightful sheltered sandy beach -

perfect for families. Relax with an ice

cream from the café on the beach, dine

in the highly acclaimed Cove Restaurant

or get active and hire a kayak.

Direct access from the car park to the

beach with public toilets nearby. A short

distance from the beach is Maenporth

Estate offering first-class accommodation

with leisure facilities surrounded by

magnificent gardens.

Near: Falmouth On the map: A9 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Tide: Best any tide and surf at low tide

Dogs: Banned Easter to 1 Oct

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Portholland Porthcurnick Portscatho

A small sandy beach linking the two

coves of East and West Portholland.

Covered at high tide but some great

rockpooling at low tide. Level access to

the beach at West Portholland.

Near: Portholland On the map: J6 p123

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: W, NW, N & NE

Avoid: Strong E, SE & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 4 Hrs

Parking: Limited

A wide sandy beach backed by lush

green fields and sheltered by steep cliffs

either side. Great rockpools at low tide

and a slipway.

Near: Portscatho On the map: G7 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: N, NW, W & SW

Avoid: Strong E, SE & S winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 4 Hrs

Parking: Portscatho car park , 5 mns walk

Public Toilets: In Portscatho

Mostly rocky but with many sandy

patches. Great for rock-pooling at low

tide. Set at the base of an attractive

fishing village with lots of amenities

such as shops, galleries and pubs.

Near: Portscatho On the map: F8 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: SE, S, SW, W & NW

Avoid: Strong E winds

Tide: Best Low Water +/- 3 Hrs

#portscatho

Pendower/Carne Beach

Lunch on the beach

After a morning on the beach, head up

the hill and treat yourself to lunch at the

Nare Hotel’s “Quarterdeck’’ restaurant.

Looking out across Carne Beach

towards Nare Head, the Quarterdeck

has an excellent lunch menu including

a wide range of freshly caught sea food

that can be enjoyed together with

a glass of chilled rosé wine and the

spectacular view. A mile-long sandy

beach sheltered by the dominant Nare

Headland to the East. Great safe beach

for kids with flat soft sand and lots

of shelter.

Near: Veryan On the map: G7 p122

Best conditions for a pleasant day:

Wind Direction: NE, N, NW & W

Avoid: E, SE, S & SW winds

See Also:

The Nare Hotel: Page 94

Visit St Mawes: Page 49

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THINGS

TO DO

Sophie Stanley Butcher

Learning Officer,

National Maritime

Museum Cornwall

Dotted along the River Fal, on the foreshore and

inland, is a rich array of things to do, ready and

waiting to be explored and discovered. From gardens

bursting with Cornish colour to museums and

attractions, such as ours, full of heritage and local

history - all family friendly, all incredibly welcoming

and every one of them delighted to see you.

At National Maritime Museum Cornwall we’ve a

jam-packed year ahead. With aerial performances in the

summer holidays, heritage boat charters running until

September and brand-new exhibitions too it is truly an

exciting time to visit. Add in the 15 galleries, Lookout Tower,

the underwater Tidal Zone and the café with views over

Falmouth and you really do have a day out to remember.

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EXPLORE local beaches,

creeks and wildlife at

your own pace

ATTRACTIONS

The river is packed

full of great places

to visit from castles

to gardens.

ON THE WATER

Get wet on the river,

sailing, boat hire

and kayaking.

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THINGS TO DO

ADVENTURE

Outdoor and indoor

activities to suit all

tastes and skills.

WORKSHOPS

A range of workshops

for all including cooking

and yoga retreats.

CULTURE & ARTS

Live music, theatre,

dance, literature.

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Pendennis Castle

Stir up your sense of adventure at

Pendennis Castle, a coastal fortress

with unmissable sea views. Travel

back to wartime Cornwall, climb to

the top of the keep, and enjoy acres

of green space at this historic gem.

Castle

Open daily

27 Mar – 31 Oct,

26 Dec - 1 Jan, 19 - 27 Feb

Weekends Only

1 Nov – 23 Dec, 2 Jan – 18 Feb

Wed-Sun

28 Feb - 31 Mar

The castle has defended Cornwall since

Tudor times and played a vital role

during the two World Wars.

Don’t miss the daily blast of a historic

gun (Apr-Oct), or the chance to grab

lunch in the café, with traditional Cornish

food as fabulous as the views.

Please see website for the latest booking

information and opening times.

Situated on a headland overlooking

Falmouth, Pendennis is one of Henry

VIII’s finest seaside castles. And despite

its peaceful setting, it has a rich and

poignant history.

Get married in style...

Winding stone staircases, atmospheric

war rooms and action-packed events

make it all too easy to imagine life here

centuries ago. Plus, a Castle Explorers

family trail guides you round the fortress.

St Mawes Castle

www.english-heritage.org.uk/pendennis

English Heritage, Pendennis Castle, TR11 4NQ

01326 316 594

/pendenniscastle

On the Map: p124

In Falmouth

Castle

Open daily

27 Mar – 31 Oct,

19 - 27 Feb

Weekends Only

1 Nov – 23 Dec, 27 Dec – 18 Feb

Wed-Sun

28 Feb - 31 Mar

Get married in style at historic

Pendennis Castle and make it

a day to remember.

Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions

with Special Packages available.

www.english-heritage.org.uk/hospitality

PendennisHospitality@english-heritage.org.uk

01326 310 100

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Set on the edge of a pretty fishing

village, St Mawes Castle is among the

best-preserved of Henry VIII's seaside

fortresses – and the most elaborately

decorated of them all.

The castle protected the port of Falmouth

against invasion for 450 years, alongside

its sister fortress, Pendennis. Wander

through landscaped grounds and gardens,

and discover intricate carvings on the

walls – designed to flatter the Tudor King.

One of the best ways to approach the

castle is by the St Mawes Ferry, and

be sure to explore the picture-perfect

harbour and village on your way.

Please see website for the latest booking

information and opening times.

www.english-heritage.org.uk/stmawes

English Heritage, St Mawes Castle, TR2 5DE

01326 270 526

On the Map: p125

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National Maritime Museum Cornwall

THINGS TO DO

Pay once

and return

again and again

for a full

year.

National Maritime Museum Cornwall

is an independent museum celebrating

the overwhelming influence of the

sea on history and culture and telling

the story of Cornwall’s incredible

maritime heritage.

Explore 15 galleries over five floors,

packed with local, national and

international stories and fascinating

maritime objects. Visit the Lookout

Tower for the best views of Falmouth

before heading down to the Tidal Zone

to search for sea life through the giant

undersea windows. Pop by the Boatbuilding

Workshop and see what their

team of boat builders and volunteers

are currently working on. Head to the

Treasure Island Play Zone and the RNLI

Rescue Zone where imaginations can

run wild. Take a moment to look up at

the flying flotilla in the Main Hall

and then drink in the views in

the Waterside Café

MONSTERS

OF THE DEEP

Deep in the dark murky depths

of the ocean bioluminescence dances

and shadowy figures loom. Something’s

there, but what? Could it be krakens

with tentacles two miles long and giant

sharks as big as skyscrapers? Legends,

folklore and modern day science present

Monsters of the Deep - you decide what

lies beneath.

MAJOR

EXHIBITION

HERITAGE BOAT CHARTERS

Monday 17 May – Sunday 26 September

Hop aboard a boating gem to discover

more of Falmouth’s fascinating

maritime history from the water.

New for 2021 – steamboat charters!

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Join in the fun over the school holidays,

there’s always something exciting going

on. Check the Museum’s website

for full details.

www.nmmc.co.uk

Discovery Quay, Falmouth, TR11 3QY

01326 313 388

@TheNMMC

/theNMMC

@nationalmaritimemuseumcornwall

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St Mawes Sit-on Kayaks

Loe Beach

Watersports

Hire sit-on kayaks and explore the

tranquil Percuil River and creeks.

Stop off on the beach, or at a secluded

cove for a picnic. Perhaps paddle to

“Fraggle Rock” lighthouse, or to St Just

Church, if conditions permit.

You will see many species of birds and

other wildlife and, under paddle-power,

you can enjoy the peace of this Area of

Outstanding Natural Beauty.

OPEN: 1 April - 31 October inc.

(weather and circumstances permitting)

Booking in advance is always advisable.

See website for full details.

www.stmaweskayaks.co.uk

The Quay, St Mawes, TR2 5DG

07971 846 786

/stmaweskayaks

On the map: p125

In: St Mawes

HIRE: Kayaks and Paddleboards.

LESSONS IN: Sailing, Powerboating and

Multi-activity Watersports.

EXPLORE local beaches, creeks

and wildlife at your own pace.

www.loebeach.co.uk

Feock, Truro TR3 6SH

01872 864 295

/loebeach

@loebeach

On the Map: D6 p122

Near: Truro

Philleigh Way Cookery School

Via Ferrata

Cornwall

Philleigh Way is Cornwall’s leading

cookery school offering full and halfday

courses in their purpose built

kitchen, as well as regular supper

clubs and feast nights, on a beautiful

farm on the Roseland Peninsula

just a mile and a half from the King

Harry Ferry.

Choose from regular Cornish Pasty

classes, courses covering bread

making, fish cookery or various

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international cuisines, or keep an eye

out for special guest chefs leading

one-off specialist courses.

www.philleighway.co.uk

Court Farm, Philleigh, Truro, TR2 5NB

01872 580893

/PhilleighWayCookerySchool

@PhilleighWay

@philleighway

On the map: F6 p122

In: Philleigh

Via Ferrata (‘iron path’ in Italian)

has to be the most exciting high wire

adventure worldwide!

Think somewhere in between scrambling

and rock-climbing, with added twists

and challenges and an epic zip wire!

www.viaferratacornwall.co.uk

Goodygrane Activity Centre, Halvasso,

Longdowns, Penryn TR10 9BX

hello@viaferratacornwall.co.uk

/ViaFerrataCornwall

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Swanpool Kayak Hire

The Rock Pool Project Wildlife Safaris

Hire a kayak from Swanpool Beach

and explore one of the most beautiful

stretches of coastline in Cornwall.

The safe and sheltered waters of Swanpool

bay are perfectly suited to sit-on top

kayaking, with many secret beaches

and caves nearby. From £12 per hour.

www.swanpoolbeach.co.uk

Swanpool Beach, Falmouth, TR11 5BG

07769 110 946 On the Map: B9 p122

/swanpoolfalmouth

A fun, educational and active day out for

people of all ages at one of the world's

best rock pooling spots right here in

Falmouth.

On your private rock pool safari your

friendly marine wildlife expert will safely

guide you and your group through the

magical world of the rocky shore.

From £9.75 per person – based on a

maximum group size of eight.

www.therockpoolproject.co.uk

Telephone: 07857 127376

therockpoolproject @rockpoolproject

@therockpoolproject

The Hidden Cinema at St Mawes Hotel

Hunker down with your favourite film.

Choose from a heart-warming classic, a

hair-rising thriller or an awe-inspiring

live performance from The National

Theatre.

St Mawes Hotel’s state-of-the-art luxury

cinema offers guests the perfect cinema

experience, offering a mix of mainstream,

independent, sporting events and oneoff

screenings.

What’s more, it’s available for private

hire alongside the Courtyard Private

Dining Room, making it the ideal

location whether for a meeting, special

presentation, or video conferencing.

The cinema is also available for exclusive

use, whether with friends or for a family

celebration, enabling guests to show

their very own photographs or video

show.

Soft leather reclining chairs, cosy

blankets and delectable refreshments

from ice cream to popcorn and a fully

licensed bar promise an unforgettable,

extra special cinema experience.

www.stmaweshotel.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5DN

01326 270 270 | events@stmawes.com

/stmaweshotel

@stmaweshotel

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In: St Mawes

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St Michaels Resort

St Michaels Spa is a very special

space, grounded in Cornish wellness

and enfolded in subtropical gardens

stretching down to Falmouth’s

gorgeous Gyllyngvase Beach.

At the heart of the spa sits the south

west’s largest hydrothermal pool, with

21 custom massage stations and a

bliss-inducing 35 degree temperature

that will help you float into a deep

state of calm. The spa also boasts the

Fal River Cruises

world’s first Cornish sea salt steam

room, herbal sauna, a Moroccan

rhassoul chamber and a subtropical

sundeck with ocean-facing hot tub

and barrel sauna.

The ten treatment rooms offer a

range of relaxing and rejuvenating

treatments featuring spa brands from

Cornwall alongside Elemis and ishga

with beauty and wellness treatments

also available.

The resort also boasts a 4 silver-star

hotel, restaurants showcasing the very

best local ingredients and ocean views

plus Cornwall's largest health club

with swimming pool, gym and fitness

studios.

stmichaelsresort.com

Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth TR11 4NB

01326 312707

/stmichaelsresort @stmichaelsresort

@stmichaelsresort

On the map: p124

In: Falmouth

Hire your own classic wooden boat

for your special occasion! Our range

of boats are perfect for private hire:

charter for weddings, parties, birthdays,

special occasions, corporate

events and more.

Once on board, we promise you and

your guests will have a great day out

along Cornwall’s most stunning stretch

of water; the River Fal.

We can tailor our cruises to meet your

needs. Our luxury boat ‘Moyana’ is perfect

for any occasion with ample space

for up to 90 guests and a fully stocked

bar serving Cornish ale, amongst other

items. As well as all this, we can provide

an entertaining and informative commentary,

TV screens for showing videos

and pictures, music and more.

The upper deck is perfect for making

the most of the beautiful riverside

scenery on a lovely summer’s day. ‘Moyana’

can be chartered for any occasion

leaving you and your guests with lasting

memories of your special day.

stmichaelsresort.com

www.falriver.co.uk/charter

01326 313 394 charter@falriver.co.uk

/falriver

@falriver

@falriver

On the map: p124

In: Falmouth

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Trelissick - Tranquil and varied in a fabulous location

Open

10am

to 5pm

Family adventures at Trelissick

- Whether you’ve got an hour, an

afternoon or a whole day, you’ll be

able to create your own adventures in

this special part of Cornwall.

Next to the Fal River with woodland

walks and lovely old trees, the garden

and countryside at Trelissick is a great

place to come and have an adventure.

The garden has hidden paths to play

hide and seek and green lawns to picnic

on. Pick up a "50 things to do before

you’re 11¾ activity sheet" and start

your adventure. There are fallen sticks

and leaves to make a trail for your

family to follow, hills to roll down and

summerhouses to discover.

The beach at the bottom of the parkland

is perfect for skimming stones and finding

sea creatures under the rocks.

Crofter's Café has children’s picnic

boxes so you can bring some fuel on

your adventure, or there are lovely

homemade soups and light lunches for

a relaxing meal with all the family.

Trelissick@nationaltrust.org.uk

Feock, Truro, TR3 6QL

01872 862 090

/nttrelissick

@NTTrelissick

On the map: E5 p122 In: Feock

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Trelissick

has 30 acres

of woodland garden

for you to explore.

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GARDENS

RIVER

GARDENS

John Lanyon

Head Gardener

Trelissick

The South coast of Cornwall and the Fal River area is

an incredible place, full of history and heritage.

The climate and aspect provide the perfect place for

sheltered villages and grand houses to nestle out of the

wind. Over the years these places have become adorned

with special plants from all over the world. The warm,

damp, and humid conditions see rare and exotic plants

flourish. All these factors combine to give these gardens an

undeniably unique atmosphere.

A stream of exciting new plants is arriving too, allowing

us to keep the spirit of innovation alive within Cornish

gardens. Plants such as magnolias, scheffleras and

aeoniums are being developed constantly, giving us

exciting new additions to the gardens we all love so much.

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Trebah

Amphitheatre

offers a varied

programme of

evening

performances

throughout

the summer.

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Go to Trelissick Garden by boat 81

Trelissick Garden 81

Glendurgan Garden 82

Tregothnan Tea 82

Enys Garden 82

Lamorran Garden 83

Go to Lamorran Garden by boat 83

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Trebah Garden

A sub-tropical paradise with a

stunning coastal backdrop. Open

every day of the year from 10am.

Discover the magic of this beautiful

Cornish valley garden with over four

miles of footpath. Explore under

canopies bursting with exotic blooms.

Follow vibrant tunnels of colour that

cascade down to a secluded, private

beach on the Helford River.

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With adventure play areas, children's

trails and an award-winning restaurant,

Trebah Garden is a family and dogfriendly

garden.

Trebah offers a year round experience:

from spring magnolias; giant rhubarb

in summer; breath taking hydrangeas in

summer; to southern hemisphere plants

flowering in winter.

Please visit our website to find out more

about our current events and activities.

Online booking essential for all visits.

www.trebah-garden.co.uk

Mawnan Smith, Nr Falmouth, TR11 5JZ

/trebahcornwall

@trebahgarden

@trebahcornwall

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Trelissick

Open

From 10am

to 5pm

Trelissick has 30 acres of woodland

garden for you to explore. Meandering

paths take you through luxuriant

evergreens and palms to flowering

shrubs and borders bursting with

exotic colour.

There are maritime views to discover

round every corner, sweeping lawns

and little summerhouses where you can

relax whatever the weather. The garden

showcases rare rhododendrons, spring

flowers, magnificent magnolias, a huge

Japanese cedar over 120 years old and a

riot of summer colour in the herbaceous

borders.

As you explore the garden taking in the

views and bright seasonal colours you

are led through different areas from wide

open sweeping lawns, towering bamboo

and tree ferns to silvery beeches in

shaded woodland and even a Cornish

apple orchard with local and heritage

varieties. Whatever the time of year

there’s always something of interest to

see. With benches to relax on and grassy

lawns to picnic on there’s space to take it

all in and enjoy the scenery.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/trelissick

Feock, Truro, TR3 6QL

01872 862 090

Trelissick@nationaltrust.org.uk

/nttrelissick

@NTTrelissick

On the Map: E5 p122

In: Feock

Get to Trelissick aboard Enterprise Boats

There’s only one way to arrive at

Trelissick Garden in style, and that’s

by ferry from Falmouth or Truro.

Enjoy a scenic cruise aboard the

Enterprise Boats with full commentary.

Regular services operate to the gardens

from Easter to October and tickets can

be purchased from The Fal River Visitor

Information Centre in Falmouth, Truro

Tourist Information Centre and Truro

Ticket Office on Town Quay.

For flexibility and hop-on hop-off travel

grab a Fal Mussel Card Visitor which

allows you to travel around the river

for just £21 a day. It will also give you

discounted entry to the gardens if you

are not a National Trust Member.

Tickets can also be purchased

for Enterprise Boats online,

by buying online, you'll get

a discount off the standard fare.

For more infomation see:

Enterprise Boats, p24

All sailings subject to tide, weather and

circumstances.

www.falriver.co.uk/enterprise

Enterprise Boats

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Glendurgan Garden

Enys Garden

A peaceful, exotic and playful valley

garden that leads down to a sheltered

beach. Glendurgan is a place for

relaxation and reflection as well as

adventure and play.

Amazing spring colour begins with

camellias, followed by magnolias,

rhododendrons and a carpet of

bluebells in May.

The garden also offers dramatic autumn

colour.

In summer it is a haven for wildlife. Look

out for colourful butterflies and listen to

bees buzzing among the flowers.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan

Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, TR11 5JZ

01326 252 020

glendurgan@nationaltrust.org.uk

On the Map: p122 Near Falmouth

Located only minutes

away from Falmouth,

this largely natural

garden with an air of history and

www.enysgardens.org.uk

Penryn, TR10 9LB

01326 377 621

On the map: B6 p122

Open

every Tuesday

& Thursday

From 2pm to 5pm

Open every Sunday,

From 11am

to 5pm

mystique is well worth a visit for those

seeking a relaxing and Inspiring

afternoon out.

In: Penryn

Tregothnan Tea

The UK’s first tea gardens thrive in

a unique climate thanks to the 18

metre deep sea creek of the River Fal.

Tregothnan pioneered tea growing

using their botanical know-how,

creating an international home

for truly English tea!

After two decades of cultivation and

growth, the range extends to home

grown herbal teas and unique English

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grown Manuka (which estate bees thrive

on to produce Cornish Manuka honey).

The team also proudly tend to a

selection of rare apple orchards…

and the world-famous Kea Plum

orchards, only found on this small

stretch of the River Fal.

You can enjoy these pioneering tea

gardens for yourself on a guided tour

or purchase the teas, honey, preserves

and other estate delights by visiting the

estate shop or heading online.

www.tregothnan.co.uk

Tregothnan, Truro, TR2 4AJ

01872 520000

/tregothnan

@tregothnan

On the map: G4 p122 Near: Tresillian

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GARDENS

Lamorran Garden

Lamorran Garden is on a four-acre

south-facing hillside with the sea and

St Anthony's Head with its lighthouse

as the backdrop. This is an intimate

garden, the visitors having to go and

find new areas of the garden through

archways and curving gravel paths.

world, planted to create a garden very

much in the mould of Mediterranean

gardens but with ever-present running

water in the many pools and streams.

There is a woodland, a water garden in

Japanese style as well as temples and

archways.

Open April to end of September.

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

10am to 5pm.

Situated on the Roseland Peninsula,

these sub-tropical gardens thrive in

a favourable microclimate. There is a

diverse range of plants from all over the

The garden is known for its large

collections of palms and tree ferns.

www.lamorrangarden.co.uk

Upper Castle Rd, St Mawes, TR2 5BZ

01326 270 800

On the Map: p125 Near St Mawes

Get to Lamorran Garden aboard St Mawes Ferry

For more

information,

see St Mawes

Ferry p16

Arrive at Lamorran Garden by ferry

from Falmouth. Hop aboard the St

Mawes Ferry from Prince of Wales

Pier or Custom House Quay in

Falmouth and arrive at Lamorran

Garden by water.

Along the way you will pass two castles,

working docks and Black Rock. The

garden is open every Wednesday and

Friday, April to September, 10am - 5pm.

When you arrive in St Mawes, Lamorran

Garden is only a short ten minute walk

up the road. After you explore the

gardens, enjoy a coffee on the terrace

before returning to Falmouth.

Ferries run up to three times an hour in

peak summer, twice an hour in spring

and autumn and once an hour in winter.

Buy your St Mawes Ferry ticket online

and get a discount.

All sailings subject to tide, weather and

circumstances.

See p16 for more information.

www.falriver.co.uk/smf

St Mawes Ferry

01326 741 194

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Everything

that leaves the Water’s Edge

kitchen is a blissful blend of creativity,

mind-blowing flavour and a dash

of Cornish charm.

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I love buying direct

from local growers and

fishermen – guaranteed

fresh, seasonal & delicious!

Dorian Janmaat, The Idle Rocks

EATING OUT

The best restaurants

and cafés around

the River Fal.

PUBS & DELIS

Local ales & food in

the best locations.

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FOOD & DRINK

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& DRINK

Bobby Southworth,

Head Chef,

The Greenbank

From the freshest catch to locally farmed crops, from

seasonal ingredients to prime cuts of meat, there is

an abundance of produce on our doorstep that

inspires our menus at the Water’s Edge restaurant

and our quayside pub The Working Boat.

The River Fal has some unique experiences

I’d thoroughly recommend. Tregothnan is the

UK’s only tea plantation, which opens once a

year in spring for its charity garden weekend.

And there is a whole host of unmissable local

eateries, be it fish and chips, a piping hot pasty, a

good old Cornish cream tea, or something more refined.

My personal favourite: cocktails on the terrace at The

Alverton in Truro.

FISH AND CHIPS

Award-winning

fish and chips.

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The Pandora Inn

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The Greenbank Hotel – Water’s Edge

Try our

bottomless gin

brunches, just £25

per person for

our two hour

sessions

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For relaxed fine dining by the sea,

the award-winning Water’s Edge

restaurant and bar is home to some

of Cornwall’s most talented chefs.

Executive Chef Nick Hodges and Head

Chef Bobby Southworth’s inventive

menus incorporate locally sourced

ingredients from the South West to

serve up a true taste of Cornwall.

Everything that leaves the kitchen is a

blissful blend of creativity, mind-blowing

flavour and a dash of Cornish charm. Full

flavours, gorgeous presentation and

the highest quality produce make for an

unforgettable culinary experience.

The two AA-rosette awarded restaurant

is open from 10am until late every day

for locals and non-residents – whether

you’re looking for a laid-back lunch for

two, a venue to host a special occasion

dinner, a catch-up with friends over

brunch or an elegant afternoon tea

complete with Falmouth’s finest views.

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

Harbourside, Falmouth, TR11 2SR

01326 312 440

/GreenbankHotel @GreenbankHotel

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In: Falmouth

The Rosevine Restaurant

Mention

Fal River on arrival

and receive a

complimentary hot

beverage or soft drink

when you spend £20

or more

Inside The Rosevine Hotel is a great

restaurant with sea views, overlooking

Gerrans Bay on the Roseland in

Cornwall.

The restaurant serves modern country

style food that is locally grown and

seasonal...just as it should be.

Whether you want brunch, simple tapasstyle

dishes, healthy choices for children

or a three-course grown up supper you'll

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find it here alongside a relaxed atmosphere

and a sensibly priced menu that

uses top-quality local ingredients without

being overly fussy.

On sunny days enjoy lunch on the lawn

looking out to sea. In the evening the

house takes on a more grown-up feel.

Lights are dimmed, candles are lit and

there are comfortable sofas and a wood

burning stove to relax by with a drink.

The Rosevine is a part-Georgian house

near Portscatho. The restaurant offers

all-day family friendly dining in a spectacular

location overlooking Gerrans Bay.

Non-residents are more than welcome,

though prebooking is advised.

www.rosevine.co.uk

Rosevine, Near Portscatho, Truro, TR2 5EW

01872 580 206

/therosevine

@therosevine

On the map: F7 p122 Near: Portscatho

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Hotel Tresanton

The dining room has a calm and

cool Mediterranean atmosphere with

a mosaic floor and tongue and groove

walls. It has a terrace on two sides

where lunch, drinks and candlelit

dinners are served in the summer

and whenever the temperate

climate allows.

Tresanton offers a magical setting for a

family celebration or a small wedding.

The hotel is available for exclusive use

in the quieter season.

Open to non residents for cream teas,

light lunches, dinners and Sunday

barbecues during the summer.

“On a sunny day Tresanton’s dining

room is one of the loveliest places to

eat in England.”

i-escape

www.tresanton.com

St Mawes, Cornwall, TR2 5DR

01326 270 055

/hoteltresanton

@hoteltresanton

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In: St Mawes

The Alverton Hotel

How about a

bottomless gin

brunch? £25pp

for two hour

sessions

The Alverton offers a foodie haven

in the heart of the Cornish capital of

Truro. The two AA rosette awardwinning

restaurant serves British

favourites headed by Executive Chef

Nick Hodges.

Nick’s passion for the rich Cornish

ingredients is evident in every mouthful

of his dishes, which incorporate the very

best farmed, foraged and fished in the

local area.

Throughout summer, on selected

dates a line-up of local musicians will

take to the terrace stage to perform,

with two for £10 cocktails on offer and

foodie treats prepared on the barbecue.

Discover our full events calendar on The

Alverton website.

As we enter the cooler months, it’s

time to find a cosy nook by the fire and

settle in. In December the talented

team of chefs will be rustling up a lavish

festive lunch menu and our Christmas

afternoon tea will be served throughout

the month, alongside plenty of mulled

tipples and mince pies.

www.thealverton.co.uk

Tregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ

01872 276 633

stay@thealverton.co.uk

/alvertonhotel @alvertonhotel

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In: Truro

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The Chain Locker

The iconic Chain Locker on

Falmouth’s historic quayside offers

stylish and contemporary dining

with the distinctive charm of the

16th century inn, believed to be one

of Falmouth’s oldest buildings.

The bar oozes charm with quirky

maritime touches, cosy nooks and

real log fires.

Pandora Inn

The first floor restaurant provides

unrivalled waterside views of

the bustling quay and spectacular

natural beauty of the Carrick Roads

with two fantastic new balconies,

perfect for dining alfresco.

The six boutique bedrooms are quirky

and inviting with vintage furnishings

and chic fabrics. Each room has a smart

en-suite shower room, divinely

comfortable Vi-Spring beds, luxury

toiletries and four of the rooms boast

breath-taking coastal views.

www.chainlockerfalmouth.co.uk

Chain Locker, Quay Street, Falmouth, TR11 3HH

Pub/Restaurant: 01326 311 085

/Chainlockerfalmouth

@TheChainlocker

On the map: p124

In: Falmouth

Whenever you drop into the Pandora

Inn, you’ll find a warm welcome,

log fires, candlelight and a choice

of delicious things to eat and drink.

The combination of our food, drink and

magical creekside setting has helped

make the Pandora into a multi-award

winning pub – not forgetting the great

customer service from our team!

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Our impressive pontoon extends out into

the creek and offers a unique setting for

diners and drinkers to sit 'on the water'

and relax and choose from our extensive

menu. We have a great range of healthy

plant-based options as well as traditional

favourites – and always plenty of fresh fish!

We serve a great range of real ales,

ciders and locally-sourced soft drinks

and our extensive wine list includes

food pairing suggestions.

For opening and food service times

please visit our website or follow us on

Facebook. Opening times are subject

to change and the Covid restrictions

currently in place.

www.pandorainn.com

Restronguet Creek, Mylor Bridge, TR11 5ST

01326 372 678

/pandora.inn

@PandoraInn

On the map: C6 p122

Near: Mylor

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FOOD & DRINK

RoBo

The Watch House

RoBo is an Asian bar and canteen

opening in Falmouth this Spring.

Serving rolls and bowls inspired from

Japan, Korea and Vietnam alongside

Asian bar snacks, cool cocktails and Asahi

on tap.

www.robocanteen.co.uk

Admiralty House, 2 Bank Place, TR11 4AT

@robocanteen

On the map: p124

In: Falmouth

The Idle Rocks

You’ll find The Watch House just by

the harbour wall in the centre of

stunning St Mawes.

A former customs and excise house, then

later a pilchard press, its no-nonsense

functional past is echoed in the white

walled, simply furnished interior.

Split over two floors, with cosy dining

booth seating downstairs and jaw-dropping

views across the harbour upstairs,

it’s a relaxed and comfortable place to

enjoy lunch or dinner. Chef owner Will

Gould makes full use of the dayboat

fish and local produce in his appealing

menus. You can also grab fish and chips

and other delectable takeaway offerings

from the outside hatch, the Watch Out.

www.watchhousestmawes.co.uk

1 The Square, St Mawes, TR2 5DG

01326 270 038

/TheWatchHouse

@the_watchhouse_cornwall

On the map: p125

In: St Mawes

The epitome of chic coastal elegance,

dining at The Idle Rocks is an experience

not to be missed.

Nestled among the harbour in the

charming fishing village of St Mawes,

with year-round dining al fresco on the

waterside terrace, this 19-bedroom

Relais & Chateaux hotel and restaurant

is a coveted destination for the

South West’s most exquisite seafood

and unparalleled views across the Fal.

Led by Executive Head Chef, Dorian

Janmaat (previously of Raymond

Blanc’s Le Manoir) the seasonal menus

reflect the hotel’s ethos of re-engaging

with the simple pleasures of life.

Dorian’s focus is on sustainability,

working with local businesses from the

Fal fishermen for the finest lobster to

the best local farmer for the freshest

seasonal vegetables. Depth of flavour,

texture and presentation of each dish

promises to delight, complemented

by the restaurant’s superb wine list

which incorporates a number of

award-winning, local growers.

www.idlerocks.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5AN

01326 270 270 | eat@stmawes.com

/theidlerocks

@idlerocks

On the map: p125

In: St Mawes

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Harbour Lights Restaurant & Take Away: Award Winning Fish & Chips

Voted into the Top Ten Best Independent

Fish & Chip Shops in the UK (2019) the

Harbour Lights brings together their

award winning fish and chips with

the most stunning of harbour views.

Self-confessed fish and chip fanatics,

it’s all about the freshest of fish, the

crispiest of batter and the most moreish

chips possible. Their award-winning fish

and chips only use fish from responsibly

sourced stocks and chips from local

farmers. Local provenance is evident

throughout their menu. With local Cornish

fish specials available daily whether you

love it battered or grilled. The restaurant

views are stunning across the harbour

and it is accessible to all.

Home to the famous kids’ beach bucket

meal with a free spade with every

empty bucket, guaranteed to please the

little ones. The warmest of welcomes

awaits you.

They have Vegan and Gluten Free

options available and offer delivery

via their website.

www.harbourlights.co.uk

Arwenack Street, Falmouth, TR11 3LH

01326 316 934

/harbourlightsfalmouth

@harbourlightsfalmouth

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In: Falmouth

The Working Boat

Join us every

Sunday evening for

our famous charity

pub quiz from

7.30pm!

Breathe in the sea breeze, sink a few

smooth brews and tuck into proper

Cornish pub grub at The Working Boat.

Situated beneath The Greenbank, the

friendly crew are waiting to welcome

you for chilled out dining and lots of

local tipples.

With a history that spans back over 300

years, The Working Boat used to act

as the base for oystermen to ‘refresh’

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themselves after a long day out on the

boat, and this sentiment still continues

today, with members of the Falmouth

Working Boat Association visiting

regularly for a swift pint.

With fifteen local ales and ciders on tap,

a whole host of brews from Cornish

distillers and brewers, and belly-filling

pub classics, head on down to this

harbourside pub. Explore our website

for our year-round event calendar on

the quay, including Falmouth Week,

The Greenbank’s Fal River Festival,

and Falmouth International Sea

Shanty Festival.

Open daily from 10am until close.

www.theworkingboat.co.uk

Greenbank Quay, Harbourside, TR11 2SR

01326 314 283

manager@theworkingboat.co.uk

/theworkingboat @theworkingboat

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FOOD & DRINK

Oggies Cornish Kitchen

Koffiji

The best

of Cornish

food & drink

with a modern

twist

Immerse yourself in a slice of Cornish

hospitality as thick as our clotted cream

or as light as our baristas' cold brew

coffee. Pasties for all, vegan to G-Free,

take home one of our bake@home meals,

or enjoy our ‘ansome lunches and cakes.

www.oggiescornishkitchen.co.uk

50 Arwenack Street, Falmouth

Telephone: 01326 318662

/oggiescornishkitchen

@oggiescornishkitchen

@thethirsteaco

The Thirstea Company

Koffiji is a family run cosy cafe/bar

perfectly situated in the centre of

Falmouth, overlooking Falmouth

Harbour and next to the Maritime

Museum in Events Square.

Koffiji offers a warm welcome, great

breakfast, lunch and famous Cornish

Coffee and scrumptious Cream Teas.

Koffiji also serves a delicious light supper

menu during the summer months.

Enjoy a local ale or delicious cocktail on

our outside seating area and admire the

view. Step back and relax in our home

to home atmosphere. Four-legged

friends are welcome too!

12 Tidemill House, Falmouth TR11 3XP

01326 211 835

/Koffiji-Cafe-Falmouth

@koffiji_falmouth

@koffiji_falmouth

On the map: p124

Open daily

1st April -

31st October

and long weekends

throughout

the year

In: Falmouth

Our new cafe opened it’s doors above there’s something for the whole family. New in 2021 is our new Thirstea Box

Towan Beach for the first time in July

opening the hatch at Carne Beach, near

2020, with views across Gerrans bay Open year round, our roaring log fire is Veryan for the season. Newly converted

and a mouth watering menu there’s quite the antidote to a blustery autumn by us this vintage horse trailer will be

something here for everyone.

day.

serving Origin coffee, Callestick ice

cream, and a selection of sweet treats.

Our menu reflects our home, bursting

with local produce ingredients. Simple

www.thethirsteacompany.co.uk

local quality is our mission and we

Porth Farm, St Anthony, Portscatho, TR2 5EX

believe you’ll find something you’ll love.

01872 580773

From made to order toasties on local

info@thethirsteacompany.co.uk

sourdough to ice cream cones piled high,

/thethirsteacompany On the map: p122

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HOTELS

Cream of the crop hotels situated

arounf the Fal River.

SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION

Relax, unwind and enjoy your stay in

these luxurious cottages and seafront

apartments.

Nestled in and

with direct access

to the National Trust

Woodland Walks

around the

Trelissick Estate.

King Harry Glamping

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PLACES TO STAY

PLACES

TO STAY

Dorian Janmaat

Executive Head Chef,

The Idle Rocks & St Mawes Hotel

Whether you are looking for relaxation or adventure,

luxury stays or quirky glamping, fine dining or fish

& chips, you’ll make special memories in this

wonderful corner of Cornwall.

The outdoors is a big part of life here, whether it’s

getting on the water, discovering the hidden coves

& stunning beaches, or exploring the world-class

gardens, lush woodlands & delightful villages on foot.

I’m incredibly lucky to live and work in the Fal River

area; it really has something for everyone, whether you

are visiting or a resident. Foodies are spoilt for choice

with a wonderful selection of quality restaurants &

pubs, that champion our abundant Cornish produce.

We can’t wait to welcome you!

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B&B, GLAMPING

AND CAMPING

Accommodation and

breakfast or camping in the

great outdoors in spectacular

surroundings.

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PLACES TO STAY

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The Nare Hotel

The Nare is Cornwall’s only five-star

country house hotel and is considered

by many to be the most comfortable

hotel in the West Country. Its superb

position overlooks the long and sandy

Carne Beach and has spectacular

views over Gerrans Bay.

The rooms and suites are luxurious

and spacious with balconies and

terraces that make the most of

the fabulous views.

The Alverton

There is an extensive range of leisure

facilities including two swimming

pools, hot tub, tennis court, croquet

lawn, and a classic 38’ motor launch,

Alice Rose. Carne Bay Spa offers a

full menu of relaxing treatments by

appointment.

The hotel’s two AA-rosette Quarterdeck

Restaurant serves the finest local

seafood and is open for lunch and

dinner by reservation.

Room

rates start

at just £99

for two

people

It has stunning sea views and a

delightful terrace for alfresco dining

in warmer months. The Dining Room

is also open to non-residents during

the winter and for traditional Sunday

Luncheon by appointment.

www.narehotel.co.uk

Carne Beach, Veryan In Roseland, TR2 5PF

01872 501 111 /thenarehotel

@thenarehotel

@thenarehotel

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Escape to the Cornish capital and

indulge in laid-back luxury at The

Alverton. Cocooned on the outskirts

of Truro, wander up the winding

driveway to discover a beautiful

oasis, manicured gardens and a

four-star hotel steeped in history.

Once a Cornish convent, The Alverton

has earned grade II listed status,

and the stunning original features

and breath-taking architecture

are a sight to behold.

In addition to the hotel’s gorgeous

ivy-clad walls, verdant grounds and

central location, The Alverton boasts

an award-winning restaurant, The

Great Hall - a breath-taking wedding

and events venue, and 51 rooms that

ooze tradition, comfort and romance,

complete with uniquely original

features and luxury furnishings.

Explore the city, coast and countryside,

before returning to The Alverton, where a

warm welcome awaits at the hotel on the

hill. Our restaurant and bar are open to

locals and non-residents from morning

until late every day, as well as our sun-trap

terrace for cocktails and al fresco dining.

www.thealverton.co.uk

Tregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ

01872 276 633

stay@thealverton.co.uk

/alvertonhotel @alvertonhotel

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In: Truro

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The Greenbank Hotel

Book

direct on The

Greenbank website

for the best rates,

guaranteed

The Greenbank, which has stood

proudly on its harbourside setting

since the 1600s, offers the ultimate

coastal retreat in the heart of Falmouth.

The four-star hotel oozes contemporary

elegance and offers a relaxed luxury

experience to all guests and visitors,

from stylish rooms with distinct

maritime aesthetics to impressive

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suites that offer roll-top bath tubs and

panoramic ocean views.

Dine at the two AA rosette award-winning

Water’s Edge restaurant for inspiring

cuisine and inventive dishes created with

Cornish flair and artisan ingredients.

Or head to The Working Boat for rustic

pub grub and local tipples, all with

sweeping vistas of the Carrick Roads

and Falmouth’s lively harbour. For an

unforgettable trip to the Cornish coast,

The Greenbank awaits.

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

Harbourside, Falmouth, TR11 2SR

01326 312 440

reception@greenbank-hotel.co.uk

/GreenbankHotel @GreenbankHotel

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Hotel Tresanton

Originally created in the 1940s as

a yachtsmen’s club, Tresanton is a

cluster of old houses. In 1997 Olga

Polizzi bought Tresanton and spent

two years completely redesigning

and restoring it.

All the rooms have magnificent sea

views and all have been individually

furnished with antiques and Cornish art.

There are three family suites which can

accommodate up to four children and

a lovely playroom.

Pinuccia, the hotel’s racing yacht,

is available for charter.

2017 saw the opening of the Hotel’s

new Mediterranean style Beach Club.

A wonderful place to relax and enjoy

the views over the Carrick Roads.

www.tresanton.com

St Mawes, Cornwall, TR2 5DR

01326 270 055

info@tresanton.com

/hoteltresanton

@hoteltresanton

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The Rosevine

For short breaks or family holidays

in Cornwall. Stay in this ‘Big House

by the Sea’ on the unspoilt Cornish

Roseland Peninsula coast, with the

beach just a 2-minute stroll from

the garden gate – what could be

more perfect?

The Rosevine is quite different - it's not

a hotel, but it's not strictly self-catering

either.

You have your own self-contained

space, but you can also use the rest of

the house too.

Downstairs the house has a bright and

relaxed restaurant where seriously good

food is served for adults and children,

and a family playroom with large screen

TV, toys and games, a drawing room

with wood burning stove and an indoor

heated swimming pool.

Relaxed and friendly, it's great for

families, couples or small groups

of friends. On hand are a team of

professional staff who combine

informality with great hosting.

www.rosevine.co.uk

Rosevine, Near Portscatho, Truro, TR2 5EW

01872 580 206

/therosevine

@therosevine

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St Mawes Hotel

The Idle Rocks

Kinbrae

In the heart of the village, this firm favourite

offers 7 individually designed bedrooms,

a lively Lower Deck- bar, an Upper Deck

restaurant serving authentic Cornish

ingredients, a luxury Hidden Cinema and a

Courtyard Room for your private events.

www.stmaweshotel.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5DN

01326 270270 stay@stmawes.com

/stmaweshotel @stmaweshotel

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In: St Mawes

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Perched perfectly on the rocks in the heart

of St Mawes, it's your home from home

with 19 individually designed bedrooms,

south-facing terrace with unrivalled views

and award-winning restaurant showcasing

the very best of Cornish produce.

www.idlerocks.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5AN

01326 270 270 stay@stmawes.com

/theidlerocks @idlerocks

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In: St Mawes

Beautifully appointed 5-star luxury selfcatering

apartments for grownups.

Located close to Gylly Beach, Falmouth.

Four fabulous boutique style one-bedroom

apartments and a contemporary studio

available. Sea Views, Parking, Super-Fast

Broadband, Private Garden & Garage.

www.kinbraehouse.co.uk

Gyllyngvase Road, Falmouth, TR11 4DJ

01326 315529

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Pendennis and St Mawes Castles

Immerse yourself in Cornwall’s

colourful past by staying in one

of English Heritage’s contemporary

cottages at St Mawes and

Pendennis Castles.

At St Mawes Castle:

Enjoy spectacular sea views as

a family of 4 plus a baby in this

single storey cottage.

At Pendennis Castle:

Callie’s Cottage is a former Sergeant’s

mess, stylishly converted into

a two bedroom cottage – perfect

for a family getaway.

With a beautiful double bed and a sofa

bed, the Custodian’s House is set in the

castle’s ramparts and offers outstanding

views of Falmouth and the sea.

During your stay with us, you will

receive complimentary entry to more

than 400 historic sites in our care,

priority access to our exciting events

and a delicious welcome hamper

loaded with a selection of local goods.

english-heritage.org.uk/holidaycottages

English Heritage Reservation Teams

03703 331 187

/pendenniscastle

/stmawescastle

Fal River Cottage

St Mawes Retreats

Trethem Mill Touring Park

Based in Malpas (near Truro), just three

doors down from the popular Heron

Inn with spectacular views of the river.

The cottage features a wood-burner and

modern living luxuries as well as outside

seating areas to put your feet up.

https://falrivercottage.com

5 Trenhaile Terrace, Malpas, Truro, TR1 1SL

enquiries@falrivercottage.com

/Fal-River-Cottage

07966 398854 On the Map: F4 p122

A collection of privately owned luxury

self catering houses with magnificent

sea views and glorious gardens

located in St Mawes.

St Mawes Retreats luxury holiday houses

are available for a short break, week stay

or longer holiday. Every guest staying is

offered a personal concierge service

including a private chef, in-house spa

treatments, housekeeping, babysitting,

restaurant reservations and advice on

places to visit and things to do on the

Roseland Peninsula. Whatever the occasion

Amanda Selby would be delighted to

arrange your perfect holiday for you.

www.stmawesretreats.co.uk

St Mawes Cornwall

0800 088 66 22

enquiries@stmawesretreats.co.uk

/stmawesretreats

@stmawesretreats

@stmawesretreats

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PLACES TO STAY

Toad Hall Cottages

For over 30 years, we have been the

agency of choice to thousands of

holidaymakers looking to enjoy the

beauty and wonder of one of the

continent's most desirable regions.

Specialising in picturesque properties

in fantastic locations, our range of

coastal, rural and waterside holiday

cottages is second to none.

Classic Cottages

Our holiday properties come in all

shapes and sizes; from romantic

cottages perfect for two, to family

homes that fit the largest of groups,

not to mention our dog-friendly

cottages, luxury holiday homes and

properties with swimming pools.

Whether you’re booking a holiday or

looking to let, we work hard to make

sure we offer our owners and guests

everything they would expect from

a local, privately owned company

combined with the expertise and

experience of a market-leading agency.

www.toadhallcottages.co.uk

westcornwall@toadhallcottages.co.uk

01326 250278

/ToadHallCottagesCornwall

@toadhallcottages

@THCottages

From Falmouth Bay to the Helford

Estuary, Classic Cottages have over

140 perfect holiday homes in the

Falmouth area waiting for you.

With a great choice available,

we have family size cottages next to the

beach, romantic boltholes for two and

stunning contemporary apartments in

the picturesque town of Falmouth.

Across the bay, St Mawes offers traditional

seaside escapes with the scenic passenger

ferry cruising the estuary between the two.

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We cater for all types of holiday; your fourlegged

friends are most welcome in our

pet friendly properties where there are

some excellent coastal walks nearby and

our baby friendly properties come with all

the little extras to make your holiday a bit

easier. For some extra indulgence we also

have properties with swimming pools and

hot tubs.

For over 40 years we have been the

independent holiday cottage specialists.

We pride ourselves on our local expertise

and personally inspect all our properties to

make sure they are exactly right for you.

Classic Cottages are a leading holiday

cottage agent in the UK and we have so

much choice when it comes to your holiday.

www.classic.co.uk

01326 555555

hello@classic.co.uk

ClassicCottages

@classic_cottages

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Creekside Cottages

Visit our

website and

find online

offers

Set in enchanting and picturesque

positions the majority of the cottages

are by, or very close to, the water’s

edge, also village and rural locations.

All offer peaceful and comfortable

accommodation perfect for the sailor,

walker or bird watcher.

Available throughout the year, with

most cottages having open fires.

Winter and Spring Breaks available.

Cottages sleeping from 2 - 10

Locations in:

Falmouth,

Flushing,

Restronguet Creek,

Mylor Bridge,

Malpas.

Tranquil cottages in picturesque idyllic

locations perfect to explore the natural

beauty of the Cornish coast, from the

beautiful creeks, Cornish gardens,

rugged cliffs and sandy beaches,

just perfect. Just come and relax.

Dogs welcome.

www.creeksidecottages.co.uk

Strangwith House, Restronguet, TR11 5ST

01326 375 972

/creeksidecottages

@creeksidecottages

Near: Falmouth

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Mylor Harbourside Holidays

The Valley

Self-catering holiday cottages nestled

into the picturesque surrounds of

Mylor Yacht Harbour in an Area of

Outstanding Beauty with views

across the Fal River. Only a stone’s

throw away from the water’s edge.

With stylish and spacious interiors

and the capacity to sleep from 2 to 8

people, some allowing dogs too, the

properties offer you a home by the sea

during your stay.

Cornish Holiday Cottages

With the sea on your doorstep and

direct access to coastal footpaths,

Mylor is the perfect base for you to

explore south Cornwall.

www.mylor.com/holidays

Mylor Yacht Harbour, Falmouth, TR11 5UF

01326 372 121

/Mylor.Yacht.Harbour

@MylorMarina

On the map: D7 p122 In: Mylor Harbour

Modern and tasteful 5 gold star

self-catering accommodation with a

personal service and great facilities.

Indoor and outdoor pools, fitness

suite, tennis, squash and restaurant in

beautiful countryside.

www.thevalleycornwall.co.uk

Bissoe Road, Carnon Downs, TR3 6LQ

01872 862 194

On the Map: C4 p122

Near: Truro

St Anthony in Roseland

Falmouth and Helford River constantly

seduce and surprise, with no two

moments the same. At Cornish

Holiday Cottages we love our little

corner of the world and know

you will too.

Whether it’s creekside retreats for

hiding out, beachfront apartments

for stepping out, or countryside

boltholes for drying out by the

fire – dogs included.

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We can’t wait to share our small

curated collection of holiday homes

and apartments with you.

www.cornishholidaycottages.net

The Square, Mawnan Smith, TR11 5EP

hello@cornishholidaycottages.net

01326 250 339

/cornishholidaycottages

@cornishholidays

4 listed cottages on Place Estate

near St Mawes Sleeping 2 and up

to 6/9 guests.

Log fires. AONB. Wonderful walks.

Sandy coves. Dogs welcome. Dinghy

park and moorings.

www.roselandcottages.co.uk

Place, St Anthony in Roseland, TR2 5EZ

On the map: D9 p122 Near: Portscatho

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Helpful Holidays

Visit our

brewery

and shop

in Truro

Gilly Beach Café

With hundreds of hand-picked

properties across the West Country,

Helpful Holidays have something for

everyone, whatever you are looking

for in a perfect getaway.

Helpful Holidays is an award-winning

agent with nearly 40 years’ experience

in self-catering holiday letting in the

South West. Whether you are looking

for a romantic retreat for two or a large

country house for many, there is much

to choose from.

We have a host of wonderful properties,

many in waterside locations, across

the South West so you’re sure to find

something you love. If you’d like us to

give you some holiday inspiration to

plan your special break, why not give

us a call?

We know how important our four-legged

family members are too and that’s why

many of our properties are pet friendly.

Due to high demand, we are actively

looking for new properties to join our

portfolio of gorgeous holiday homes.

If you are considering buying or already

own your own holiday cottage, call us

today to speak to one of our experts.

www.helpfulholidays.co.uk

help@helpfulholidays.co.uk

01647 401799 (Option 2 - Owner Team)

/helpfulholidays @helpfulholidays

@helpful_holidays

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Portscatho Holidays

The Roseland is a place where you can

be sure of a great Cornish welcome

and a fantastic holiday experience.

A great selection of restaurants and

eateries, glorious uncrowded beaches

and superb accommodation make

it the perfect place to explore, and

while away the days which is why this

area of Cornwall is an incredibly

popular visitor destination.

One of the oldest independent holiday

letting agencies is Portscatho Holidays

who are based in St Mawes. They offer

the largest selection of holiday cottages

in St Mawes and in total have over 100

properties across the Roseland.

Look no further for a great choice of luxury

properties, village properties, romantic

properties and great apartments.

Whether you are a couple, family or

group of friends we have a choice to

suit your requirements. Many of our

properties are also dog friendly.

www.portscathoholidays.co.uk

info@Portscathoholidays.co.uk

01326 270 900

/portscathoholidays

@portscathohols

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Cornish Cottage Holidays

Visit our

brewery

and shop

in Truro

Gilly Beach Café

Cornwall and holiday cottages are

the two things we know best. If you

are looking for a self-catering holiday

in Cornwall, then you’ve come to the

right place.

Cornish Cottage Holidays were one of

the very first holiday cottage companies

in Cornwall and 50 years on, we are still

delivering wonderful holidays in the

county. Wanting all our guests to enjoy

a fabulous stay, our friendly team is on

hand to help with every aspect of your

holiday including tips on dog friendly

beaches, family days out, places to eat

or just somewhere for some peace and

relaxation. With over 600 self-catering

properties across the county, from

waterside gems to rural retreats; we

have your holiday needs covered.

We have a huge selection to choose

from: romantic cottages for two,

beachside properties to make for a

memorable family stay or somewhere a

little more rural to make the most of

the wonderful walks right on the

doorstep. Whatever you decide, we are

available to help you choose the perfect

location from our wide range of luxury

and classic properties.

www.cornishcottageholidays.co.uk

9a Barncoose Gateway Park, Redruth, TR15 3RQ

01326 336773 (Option 2 – Owner Team)

/holidaysincornwall @cornish_cottage

@cornishcottagehols

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PLACES TO STAY

Harbour's Reach

Glasney Rooms

These six waterfront holiday

apartments offer superb views with

their 'front-line' harbour location.

Situated right on a historic quayside,

with Falmouth’s charming town centre,

restaurants, cafés, bars and shopping

all located just around the corner.

falmouth-waterfront-holidays.co.uk

King Charles Quay, Falmouth, TR11 3HQ

07710 252583

On the Map: A9 p 122 In: Falmouth

Affordable double and twin en-suite

bedrooms set on the green and tranquil

University Campus in Penryn,

with a licenced pizza café, shop and

sports centre onsite.

Exclusively available during July and

August for stays from as little as one

night, our accommodation is ideal for

large and small groups, couples and

independent travellers.

Conveniently located just outside

Falmouth, close to public transport

links, we’re your budget-friendly,

modern base to explore all that

Cornwall has to offer.

www.cornwall-plus.co.uk

Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, TR10 9FE

01326 370 421

booking@fxplus.ac.uk

On the Map: A7 p122

CornwallsCottages.co.uk

With a fantastic selection of more

than 170 holiday homes & cottages

available across the Roseland

Peninsula & Fal River areas, you

can be assured of finding the

perfect property to rent through

CornwallsCottages.co.uk.

Waterside cottages, country barn

conversions, beautiful manor houses,

stunning architect-designed homes

falriver.co.uk/placestostay

and unique buildings are all there for

you to choose for your next holiday!

Every one of our holiday homes

has been personally inspected and

photographed from every angle,

so you can book with total confidence.

In addition we make full use of 3D

virtual tours, floor plans and even

Google’s Streetview to see where you

will be staying!

It’s so easy to book online at any time

of the day or night through one of our

dedicated websites. Browse through

the properties, check live availability &

pricing and make online bookings,

all at the touch of a button.

www.cornwallscottages.co.uk

The Coach House, Carclew Street, Truro, TR1 2DZ

01872 264 441

/CornwallsCottages

@cornwallscottages.co.uk

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Trenona Farm Holidays

Broadmead

Anacapri Guest House

Enjoy a relaxed stay in our Victorian

farmhouse B&B on a working farm.

Our five rooms are all en suite or with

a private bathroom, and have wi-fi,

fridges and refreshment trays.

www.trenonafarmholidays.co.uk

Ruan High Lanes, Truro, TR2 5JS

01872 501 339

/TrenonaFarmHolidays

@TrenonaFarmHols

On the Map: I5 p123 Near: Ruan High Lanes

The family run Broadmead is a Victorian

villa overlooking the heart of Falmouth,

located across from the beautiful

Kimberley Park and 5 minutes walk to

the town and the Prince of Wales Pier.

www.broadmeadhotel.co.uk

66-68 Kimberley Park Road, TR11 2DD

+44 (0) 1326 315704

frontdesk@broadmeadhotel.co.uk

On the Map: p124

In: Falmouth

Located behind the beautiful Gyllyngvase

beach & Queen Mary Gardens. Anacapri

has 18 guest rooms; many of which boast

fantastic sea views. There is so much to

enjoy in and around this guest house and

the lovely town of Falmouth.

www.hotelanacapri.co.uk

Gyllyngvase Road, Falmouth, TR11 4DJ

01326 311454

anacapri@btconnect.com

On the Map: E6 p122 In: Falmouth

King Harry Glamping

Trethem Mill Touring Park

Pennance Mill Farm

Nestled in amongst the stunning

woodlands of Trelissick, you really

have the opportunity to relax and

enjoy a bit of luxury. There is a double

bed in the eco pod, a sofa bed in the 1

room cottage, a private WC and electric

shower. You also have cooking facilities.

2 Ferry Cottages, Feock, Truro, TR3 6QJ

07968 698 062

timlight514@gmail.com

@FalRiver On the Map: E5 p122

Multi award winning 5-star luxury

touring Park for adults only in the

heart of the Roseland Peninsula

offering pitches suitable for caravans,

motorhomes and tents.

www.trethem.com

St Just in Roseland, Nr St Mawes, TR2 5JF

01872 580 504

/Trethem-Mill-Touring-Park

@trethem

On the Map: E7 p122 Near: St Mawes

Family run chalet and camping park

with all facilities for touring and

camping, near Maenporth Beach.

Private path to beach.

Regular bus service to Falmouth.

www.pennancemill.co.uk

Maenporth, Falmouth, TR11 5HJ

01326 317 431

On the Map: A9 p122 Near: Falmouth

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SHOPPING PLACES TO & STAY LOCAL / CLASSIFIED SERVICES

The Alverton

HOTEL

Escape to the Cornish capital and

indulge in laid-back luxury at The

Alverton.

www.thealverton.co.uk

Tregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ

01872 276 633

stay@thealverton.co.uk

/alvertonhotel @alvertonhotel

On the Map: p125

In: Truro

Bay Lodge Falmouth S/C

Luxury beachfront home in a peaceful

location with spectacular views of

Falmouth Bay, Pendennis Castle,

the Manacles and beyond. Just a few

minutes walk from Events Square, the

town with its shops and many eateries.

www.baylodgefalmouth.com

6 Castle Drive, Falmouth, TR11 4NF

07885250099

Anacapri Guest House B & B

Located behind beautiful Gyllyngvase

beach & Queen Mary Gardens. Anacapri

has 18 guest rooms; many of which

boast fantastic sea views.

www.hotelanacapri.co.uk

Gyllyngvase Road, Falmouth, TR11 4DJ

01326 311454 | anacapri@btconnect.com

On the Map: E6 p122

Bosanneth

B & B

Bosanneth is a stylish Edwardian

‘boutique retreat’, enjoying beautiful

sea views from a quiet location just

80m from Gyllyngvase Beach. Rated

5/5 on Trip Advisor.

www.bosanneth.co.uk

1 Stracey Road, Falmouth, TR11 4DW

01326 314 649

stay@bosanneth.co.uk

Aspect Holidays

S/C

Offering a growing collection of self

catering properties in Falmouth and the

Helford River area, Aspects Holidays has

30 years’ experience as local holiday

lettings experts.

www.aspects-holidays.co.uk

01736 754242

hello@aspects-holidays.co.uk

/aspectsholidays @aspects_holidays

Facebook /aspectsholidays

Bosinver

S/C

Stylish luxurious farm cottages in 30 acres

of peaceful meadows near the south coast.

Heated indoor pool, gym, animal feeding

great for couples and families alike.

www.bosinver.co.uk

Trelowth, St Austell, PL26 7DT

01726 721 28

/bosinver @bosinver

On the Map: N2 p123 Near: St Austell

Broadmead

S/C

Broadmead is a Victorian villa overlooking

the heart of Falmouth, located

across from the beautiful Kimberley

Park and 5 minutes walk to the town

and the Prince of Wales Pier.

Budock Vean Holiday Homes

5* Gold Award holiday homes sleeping

6 or 8. Located in the grounds of a 4*

hotel with private access to the beautiful

Helford River. Dog friendly cottages also

available with private garden, sleeping 2-8.

Budock Vean Hotel HOTEL

4* hotel by the tranquil Helford River,

just 6 miles from Falmouth. Set in 65

acres of gardens & woodland with

private river frontage, golf course, spa,

kayaking, tennis & boat trips on site.

www.broadmeadhotel.co.uk

66-68 Kimberley Park Road, TR11 2DD

+44 (0) 1326 315704

frontdesk@broadmeadhotel.co.uk

www.budockvean.co.uk/stay

relax@budockvean.co.uk

01326 250288

On the Map: A9 p122

www.budockvean.co.uk/stay

Nr Helford Passage, Mawnan Smith, TR11 5LG

01326 250288

relax@budockvean.co.uk

Chelsea House

B & B

Award winning bed & breakfast. 5 minutes

to local beaches and 8 minutes into town,

we offer a cracking breakfast, seaviews

and promise you a warm welcome.

Classic Cottages

S/C

From Falmouth Bay to the Helford

Estuary, Classic Cottages have over 140

perfect holiday homes waiting for you in

Cornwall.

Cornish Holiday Cottages S/C

Falmouth and Helford River constantly

seduce and surprise. It’s why we love

our little corner of the world and know

you will too.

www.chelseahousefalmouth.com

2 Emslie Road, Falmouth. TR11 4BG

www.classic.co.uk

01326 555555

www.cornishholidaycottages.net

The Square, Mawnan Smith, TR11 5EP

01326 212230 /ChelseaHouseFalmouth

hello@classic.co.uk

hello@cornishholidaycottages.net

@chelseahousefalmouth

ClassicCottages

01326 250 339

On the Map: I5 p124

@classic_cottages

/cornishholidaycottages

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Cornish Horizons

S/C

Cornish Horizons is one of Cornwall’s

leading accredited agencies representing

some of the best holiday cottages

throughout Cornwall.

www.cornishhorizons.co.uk

Fore Street, Porthleven, Cornwall, TR13 9H

01841 533331

/cornishhorizons

On the map: D7 p122

Cornish Cottage Holidays S/C

Cornwall and holiday cottages are the two

things we know best. If you are looking for

a self-catering holiday in Cornwall, then

you’ve come to the right place.

www.cornishcottageholidays.co.uk

enquiry@cornishcottageholidays.co.uk

01326 336773 (Option 2 – Owner Team)

/holidaysincornwall @cornish_cottage

@cornishcottagehols

Cornish Traditional Cottages

With over 230 hand-picked and personally

inspected self-catering holiday properties,

located in breathtaking locations

throughout Cornwall, we are confident

you will find your perfect holiday home.

www.corncott.com

Eddystone Court, Wadebridge, PL27 7FH

01208 895354 bookings@corncott.com

/CornishTraditionalCottages

Cornwall's Cottages S/C

We have a fantastic selection of more

than 170 holiday homes & cottages

available across the Roseland

Peninsula & Fal River areas.

www.cornwallscottages.co.uk

The Coach House, Carclew Street, Truro, TR1 2DZ

01872 264 441

/CornwallsCottages

@cornwallscottages.co.uk

Creekside Cottages

S/C

Set in enchanting and picturesque

positions the majority of the cottages

are by, or very close to, the water’s

edge, also village and rural locations.

www.creeksidecottages.co.uk

Strangwith House, Restronguet, TR11 5ST

01326 375 972

/creeksidecottages

@creeksidecottages

Falmouth Holiday Homes S/C

Our exclusive hand-picked portfolio offers

stylish and contemporary properties – a

choice of newly renovated Cornish fisherman’s

cottages, traditional village houses

and luxury waterside villas with views.

falmouthholidayhomes.co.uk

01326 567 344 Mobile: 07717 000 040

info@falmouthholidayhomes.co.uk

/FalmouthHolidayHomes

Fal River Cottage

S/C

The cottage enjoys spectacular views of

the Fal River and features a wood-burner

and modern living luxuries as well as

outside seating areas.

https://falrivercottage.com

5 Trenhaile Terrace, Malpas, Truro, TR1 1SL

enquiries@falrivercottage.com

/Fal-River-Cottage

07966 398854 On the Map: F4 p122

Glasney Rooms

S/C

Affordable double and twin en-suite

bedrooms set on the green and

tranquil University Campus in Penryn,

with a licensed café, shop and sports

centre onsite.

www.cornwall-plus.co.uk

Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, TR10 9FE

01326 370 421 | booking@fxplus.ac.uk

On the Map: A7 p122

The Greenbank

HOTEL

The four-star hotel oozes contemporary

elegance and offers a relaxed luxury

experience to all guests and visitors.

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

Harbourside, Falmouth, TR11 2SR

01326 312 440

reception@greenbank-hotel.co.uk

/GreenbankHotel @GreenbankHotel

On the map: p124

In: Falmouth

Harbour's Reach

S/C

Six waterfront holiday apartments

with superb views. Right on a historic

quayside, with Falmouth’s charming

town centre, restaurants, cafés, bars

and shopping all located nearby.

falmouth-waterfront-holidays.co.uk

King Charles Quay, Falmouth, TR11 3HQ

07710 252583

On the Map: A9 p124

Helpful Holidays

S/C

Helpful Holidays is an award-winning

agent with nearly 40 years’ experience

in self-catering holiday letting in the

South West.

www.helpfulholidays.co.uk

help@helpfulholidays.co.uk

01647 401799 (Option 2 - Owner Team)

/helpfulholidays @helpfulholidays

@helpful_holidays

The Idle Rocks

HOTEL

Perched perfectly on the rocks with

19 individually designed bedrooms,

south-facing terrace with unrivalled views

and award-winning restaurant showcasing

the very best of Cornish produce.

www.idlerocks.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5AN

01326 270 270 | stay@stmawes.com

theidlerocks

@idlerocks

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PLACES TO STAY PLACES / CLASSIFIED TO STAY

The Jacob's Ladder Inn B & B

We offer a prime and central location

to stay, as well as offering fine food,

real ales, live music and entertainment

each night!

www.thejacobsladderinn.co.uk

1-2 Chapel Terrace, Falmouth, TR11 3BQ

01326 311010

/Jacobs Ladder Inn

On the Map: I5 p124

Kinbrae

S/C

Beautifully appointed 5-star luxury

apartments for grownups. Located close

to Gylly Beach, Falmouth. Four fabulous

boutique style one-bedroom apartments

and a contemporary studio available.

www.kinbraehouse.co.uk

Gyllyngvase Road, Falmouth, TR11 4DJ

01326 315529

On the Map: A9 p124

King Harry Glamping

S/C

Nestled in amongst the stunning

woodlands of Trelissick, you really have

the opportunity to relax and enjoy a bit

of luxury.

www.kingharryglamping.co.uk

2 Ferry Cottages, Feock, Truro, TR3 6QJ

07968 698 062

timlight514@gmail.com

@FalRiver On the Map: E5 p122

Mylor Harbourside Holidays

Lovingly recrafted from buildings dating

back to the 1800’s, our 8 self-catering

holiday cottages are only a stone’s

throw away from the water’s edge.

www.mylor.com/holidays

Mylor Yacht Harbour, Falmouth, TR11 5UF

01326 372 121

/Mylor.Yacht.Harbour @MylorMarina

On the map: D7 p122

The Nare Hotel

HOTEL

The Nare is Cornwall’s only five-star

country house hotel and is considered

by many to be the most comfortable

hotel in the west country.

www.narehotel.co.uk

Carne Beach, Veryan In Roseland, TR2 5PF

01872 501 111 /thenarehotel

@thenarehotel

@thenarehotel

On the map: H7 p122

Pendennis Castle

S/C

Callie’s Cottage is a former Sergeant’s

S/C

mess, stylishly converted into a two

bedroom cottage – perfect for a family

getaway. Complimentary entry to more

than 400 historic sites included.

english-heritage.org.uk/holidaycottages

Reservation Teams

03703 331 187

/pendenniscastle

Penmere Manor Hotel HOTEL

Penmere Manor Hotel, situated in

2 acres of gardens and woodlands

approximately 1 mile from

the historic port of Falmouth.

www.penmeremanorhotel.co.uk

Mongleath Road, Falmouth, TR11 4PN

01326 211411

reservations@penmere.co.uk

Pennance MIll

S/C

Family run chalet and camping park

with all facilities for touring and

camping, near Maenporth Beach.

Private path to beach.

Regular bus service to Falmouth.

www.pennancemill.co.uk

Maenporth, Falmouth, TR11 5HJ

01326 317 431

On the Map: A9 p122

Portscatho Holidays S/C

Whether you are looking for a cottage for

two, or for family accommodation or for

a group of friends, we have a wide choice

available right across the Roseland!

www.portscathoholidays.co.uk

info@Portscathoholidays.co.uk

01326 270 900

/portscathoholidays

@portscathoholidays

The Rosemary

B&B

Come and relax at The Rosemary Bed

& Breakfast in Falmouth, where we

combine AA 4 Gold Stars B&B

Accommodation with AA Good

Breakfast Award.

The Rosevine HOTEL S/C

Stay in this ‘Big House by the Sea’

on the unspoilt Cornish Roseland

Peninsula coast, with the beach just

a 2-minute stroll from the garden

gate – what could be more perfect?

The Royal Duchy

HOTEL

Many guests return for its winning

combination of comfort, good food,

top-notch facilities and stunning

seafront location.

www.therosemary.co.uk

22 Gyllyngvase Terrace, Falmouth, TR11 4DL

01326 314669

On the Map: A9 p124

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www.rosevine.co.uk

Rosevine, Near Portscatho, Truro, TR2 5EW

01872 580 206

/therosevine

@therosevine

www.royalduchy.co.uk

Cliff Road, Falmouth, TR11 4NX

01326 313042 /TheRoyalDuchyHotel

On the map: D7 p124

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St Anthony in Roseland

S/C

St Mawes Castle

S/C

St Mawes Hotel

HOTEL

4 listed cottages on Place Estate near St

Mawes Sleeping 2 and up to 6/9 guests.

Log fires. AONB. Wonderful walks.

Enjoy spectacular sea views as

a family of 4 plus a baby in this

single storey cottage. Complimentary

entry to more than 400 historic sites.

St Mawes Hotel offers 7 individually

designed bedrooms, a lively Lower Deck bar,

an Upper Deck restaurant serving Cornish

ingredients and a luxury Hidden Cinema.

Sandy coves. Dinghy park & moorings.

www.roselandcottages.co.uk

Place, St Anthony in Roseland, TR2 5EZ

On the map: D9 p122

english-heritage.org.uk/holidaycottages

Reservation Teams

03703 331 187

/stmawescastle

www.stmaweshotel.com

Harbourside, St. Mawes, TR2 5DN

01326 270270 | stay@stmawes.com

/stmaweshotel @stmaweshotel

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St Mawes Retreats

S/C

St Michaels Resort

HOTEL

Sykes Holiday Cottages

S/C

A collection of privately owned luxury

self catering houses with magnificent

sea views and glorious gardens

located in St Mawes.

www.stmawesretreats.co.uk

0800 088 66 22

enquiries@stmawesretreats.co.uk

/stmawesretreats @stmawesretreats

@stmawesretreats

St Michaels offers contemporary Cornish

bedrooms, surrounded by subtropical

gardens and opposite Gyllyngvase Beach,

with the town just a short walk away.

www.stmichaelsresort.com

Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, TR11 4NB

01326 312707

/stmichaelsresort @stmichaelshotel

@stmichaelsresort

Quality holiday cottages, value for

money prices. Base yourself in one

of these self-catering cottages and

explore Cornwall’s most popular

visitor destination.

www.sykescottages.co.uk

One City Place, Queens Rd, Chester, CH1 3BQ

01244 356666 info@sykescottages.co.uk

/sykescottages.co.uk @sykescottages

Toad Hall Cottages

S/C

Specialising in picturesque properties

in fantastic locations, our range of

coastal, rural and waterside holiday

cottages is second to none.

www.toadhallcottages.co.uk

westcornwall@toadhallcottages.co.uk

01326 250278

/ToadHallCottagesCornwall

@toadhallcottages

Trenona Farm Holidays B & B

Enjoy a relaxed stay in our Victorian

farmhouse B&B on a working farm.

Our five rooms are all en suite or with

a private bathroom, and have wi-fi,

fridges and refreshment trays.

trenonafarmholidays.co.uk

Ruan High Lanes, Truro, TR2 5JS

01872 501 339

On the Map: I5 p123

Hotel Tresanton

HOTEL

One of the West Country's most famous

hotels, situated in the unspoiled village of

St. Mawes. All the rooms have magnificent

sea views and all have been individually

furnished with antiques and Cornish art.

www.tresanton.com

St Mawes, Cornwall, TR2 5DR

01326 270 055 | info@tresanton.com

On the map: p125

Trethem Mill Touring

TOURING

Trewince

S/C

The Valley

S/C

Multi award winning 5-star luxury

touring Park for adults only in the

heart of the Roseland Peninsula

offering pitches suitable for caravans,

motorhomes and tents.

www.trethem.com

St Just in Roseland, Nr St Mawes, TR2 5JF

01872 580 504

On the Map: p122

A family run business for over 30 years

and with a personal touch is an oasis

of beauty and calm within its acres

of park and woodland.

www.trewince.com

Trewince Holiday Lodges, Portscatho, TR2 5ET

01872 580289 enquiries@trewince.com

/Trewince

On the map: D7 p122

Modern and tasteful 5 gold star self-catering

accommodation with a personal service

and great facilities. Indoor and outdoor

pools, fitness suite, tennis, squash and

restaurant in beautiful countryside.

www.thevalleycornwall.co.uk

Bissoe Road, Carnon Downs, TR3 6LQ

01872 862 194

On the Map: C4 p122

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SHOPPING & LOCAL SERVICES

Emergency

Pharmacies

Taxis

Pets & Animals

Police, Fire, Ambulance,

Boots Hayle:

Falmouth

Emergency Vets

Coastguard: 999

(Open Till Late):

Abacus

Clifton Villa Veterinary

Police (Non emergency):

Unit E, West Cornwall

01326 212 141

Surgery

101

Shopping Park, TR27 5LX

Able Cabs

24 Hour emergency vets

National Gas Emergency

If you smell gas

0800 111 999

Environment Agency

Flood information

0800 807 060

Heallthcare

Royal Cornwall Hospital

Emergency Department

Trelliske, Truro TR1 3LJ,

01872 253 111

Falmouth Hospital

Minor injury unit only

01736 756 843

Boots Falmouth:

47-49 Market St, TR11 3AB

01326 312 373

Boots Truro:

94 Pydar St, TR1 2BD

01872 272 810

Marine

Falmouth Harbour Master

VHF Channel 16 & 12

01326 312 285

St Mawes Harbour Master

VHF Channel 12

Ferries

St Mawes Ferry

01326 741 194

Enterprise Boats

01326 741 194

Place Ferry

01326 741 194

King Harry Ferry

01872 862 312

Private Boat Charter

01326 741 194

St Mawes Water Taxi

07971 846 786

01326 373 007

Truro

Avacab

01872 241 214

Roseland

Roseland Taxi’s

01872 501 001

A to B Roseland Taxi’s

07790 294 509

Roseland Community

Transport

01326 270 440

Camping

in Truro

01872 273 694

Dog warden

Lost dogs

0300 1234 212

Rosemullion Vets

Falmouth

01326 313 991

Vehicles

Millers Garages Ltd

Tregoniggie Ind Estate,

Bicklandwater Road,

Falmouth TR11 4SN

Trescobeas Road,

Falmouth, TR11 2JA 0

01326 430 000

GP out of hours service

Urgent medical treatment

if you or a member of your

family becomes ill

111

NHS Emergency Dental

Helpline

0333 405 0290

St Mawes Dental

01326 270 553

Truro Harbour Master

VHF Channel 12

01872 272 130/224 231

Falmouth Coastguard

01326 317 575

R Pearce & Co

Marine Surveyors and

Consultants

www.rpearce.co.uk

01326 375 500

Robin Curnow Outboard

Buses

Traveline

08712 002 233

OTS Minibus & Coach hire

01326 378 100

Cornwall by Kernow

08456 001 420

Transport for Cornwall

08081 962 632

Park for Truro

01872 279 270

Hawkshead

Camping equipment,

campingaz, Calor Gas

Town Quay, Truro

TR1 2HJ

01872 262 496

Mountain Warehouse

Walking camping and

outdoor equipment

37 - 38 Market Street

Falmouth, TR11 3AR

01326 211 915

01326 373 825

www.millersrenault.co.uk

Xpress Garage &Tyres

Automotive repair,

servicing, tyres and mot

Unit 3-4 Tregoniggie Ind

Est, Falmouth TR11 4SN

01326 377 997

AA

24 Hour UK emergency

breakdown (non-members)

0800 88 77 66

01326 270 392

Motor Specialist

Sales and service of

Launderette

Visitor Information Centres

Local Radios

outboard motors and

Bubbles

Fal River VIC

BBC Radio Cornwall

inflatable boats

99 Killigrew Street,

Prince of Wales Pier,

95.2 Fm & 103.9 Fm

www.robincurnow.co.uk

Falmouth TR11 3PU

Falmouth

Inshore waters forecast

01326 373 438

01326 311 291

01326 741 194

Monday - Friday: 06:45,

07:25, 07:45, 08:25, 12:25

Saturday: 06:45, 07:25,

07:45, 08:15, 13:10

Sunday: 06:45, 07:25,

07:45, 08:15

Bosuns Locker Chandlery

16-17 Church St,

Falmouth TR11 3DR

01326 312 212

Trains

National Rail Enquiries

03457 48 49 50

Trainline

0333 202 2222

Truro Launderette

Boscawen House,

Chapel Hill, Truro, TR1 3BN

01872 272 005

Truro TIC

Boscawen Street, Truro

01872 274 555

Roseland Visitor Centre

Millenium Car Park,

St Mawes

Pirate FM: 102.2-102.8 Fm

01326 270 440

Heart FM:105-107 Fm

Source FM: 96.1 FM

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Fal River Visitor Information Centre

Visit our

brewery

and shop

in Truro

From what to see and where to

stay, we have the answer to your

questions.

We specialise in helping create the

perfect itinerary for your visit and

look forward to seeing you down on

the Prince of Wales Pier.

Open year round, pop in and say hello

to our friendly team.

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SHOPPING & LOCAL SERVICES

Sessions Surf & Skate Shop

Ferry Tickets - for the St Mawes Ferry,

Enterprise Boats, Place Ferry & others.

Fal Mussel Card - Buy your card here

and save money while exploring the

treasures of the Fal River. 1, 2, 3

and 6 day cards available.

Maps and books - O/S Maps, £2 Fal

River Area Maps, walking guide books,

street maps for Falmouth.

Free Area Guide Book - Pick up your

free copy of the Fal River Cornwall Area

Guide Book here.

Bookings - Accommodation

& attractions.

www.falriver.co.uk

Prince of Wales Pier, Falmouth, TR11 3DF

01326 741194

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@falriver

Sessions is Falmouth’s Locally owned

Independent Surfshop with many

years’ experience in Surfboards,

Wetsuits, Skateboards, Clothing

and Footwear. Our friendly and helpful

staff are always ready to give good

accurate advice whatever your needs.

26 Church Street, Falmouth TR11 3EG

info@sessionssurfshop.com 01326 211 159

/Sessions Surf & Skate Shop

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WHAT’S ON

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PHILLEIGH WAY COOKERY SCHOOL

APRIL

THE ALVERTON

JUNE

From 16th April to 16th May

11th-13th June

The 'Champagne Afternoon

Falmouth Classics

Tea Terrace'

The Classics is running con-

The Greenbank will be

currently with the G7 Summit

launching its ‘Champagne

The Alverton's Summer

Cornwall for 2021. Whether it

Afternoon Tea Terrace’ by

Garden Sessions

is for a first visit or a return you

the Water’s Edge bar. This

Most Friday evenings,

will be most welcome. Come

open-air suntrap, with

throughout summer,

and enjoy great sailing on the

panoramic vistas across the

from 5.30pm

idyllic waters of the Fal and

harbour, will be open every

Falmouth Bay and the shore

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

13th August

side music and fun.

from 12pm until 6pm and is

Peeky Blinders Murder

Falmouth Classics welcome

£30 per person, including a

glass of champagne. Book by

calling 01326 312440.

Mystery Evening

11th September

all classic sailing boats to

the whole regatta. Classic

motor launches, classic hulls

Philleigh Way is Cornwall’s leading cookery school

offering full and half-day courses in their purpose

built kitchen, as well as regular supper clubs and

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

The Cornish Gin and

powered by whatever means

feast nights, on a beautiful farm on the Roseland

Drinks Festival

they were designed for, are

Peninsula just a mile and a half from the King Harry Ferry.

Tickets are £15 per person

welcome within our Classics

Parade and to our shoreside

Regular courses running throughout the year...

22nd October

functions.

Mon 19th Apr - Mon 3 May

Falmouth Spring Clean

The cleans will take place

over a period of two weeks

at the end of April and will

be in designated groups

of 6 per site to adhere to

government guidelines.

A Night at The Oscars

Murder Mystery Evening

thealverton.co.uk

www.falmouth.co.uk

11th-13th June

G7 Cornwall

n Simply bread

n Cornwall in a day

n Pasties and cream

n Beginners cooking

n Mediterranean fish

n Street food

n Fish in a day

n Knife skills

Email: emma@falmouth.co.uk

Falmouth will play an official

n Italian cookery

MAY

role at the Summit having

been asked to host the Inter-

n Woodfired cooking

Sun 2 May

May Day Sunday lunch

Philleigh Way Cookery

Mon 17 May – Sun 26 Sep

Heritage Boat Charters

Explore Falmouth from

the water aboard a

gentleman’s launch

or a steam launch.

www.nmmc.co.uk

national Media Centre at the

National Maritime Museum

Cornwall. With Visit Cornwall

estimating the total economic

benefits for the region from

hosting the Summit as £50

million, this is an incredible

opportunity to present

Cornwall and Falmouth to the

Check out

their website

for dates

School.

www.philleighway.co.uk

rest of the world.

www.falmouth.co.uk

www.philleighway.co.uk

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WHAT’S ON

NATIONAL MARITIME MUSUEM CORNWALL

Mon 17 May – Sun 26 Sep

2021 LECTURE SERIES

Open Sat 16 Oct

Sat 19th June from 6pm

Heritage Boat Charters

Explore Falmouth from

the water aboard a

gentleman’s launch or

a steam launch.

Thurs 23 Sept - 7.30pm

Maps, Globes & Monsters

with Dr Megan Barford

Looking at 16th and 17th

century globes and atlases,

Tattoo: British Tattoo Art

Revealed

Tattoo opened at the

Museum to huge acclaim

in 2017 and after touring

curator and historian

nationally the exhibition

All year

Monsters of the Deep

Critically acclaimed

May half term

Mini Monsters

of the not so Deep

The Museum will be

Dr Megan Barford will

ask: why are there sea

monsters in the stars?

is returning with some of

the key artworks.

October half term

Falmouth’s International

Sea Shanty Festival

It will be going virtual for

2021. The Virtual Falmouth

International Sea Shanty

exhibition about myths

and legends of deep sea

monsters.

Until Sun 5 Sept

Hegarty’s Boatyard

closed over May half term,

however there will still be

a packed week of events

planned offsite and

online with The Rock

Pool Project.

Thurs 21 Oct, 7.30pm

Hunting Monsters

with Dr Darren Naish

Join Dr Darren Naish,

zoologist and Monsters of

the Deep guest curator,

Silhouettes and Shadows

Enjoy shadowy silhouette

sea monster tales using

spooky shadow puppets

from the deep.

Festival will take place

live on Facebook and

YouTube at 6pm Saturday

19th June and will have a

jam-packed schedule of

A photographic

exhibition that illustrates

a world that is fast

disappearing – one

where skills and

Tue 17 – Thu 19 August

Tall Ship Tours

Charter one of the

Museum’s heritage boats

to explore the intriguing

work of a maverick group

of monster experts – the

cryptozoologists.

Sun 31 Oct

Halloween at the Museum

Dress up as ghosts and

ghouls this Halloween for

tricks and treats in the

uplifting sea shanty songs

and performances.

traditions are passed

down from one

for a tour of the magnificent

Tall Ships.

Thurs 25 Nov - 7.30pm

Tattoo : British Tattoo Art

Museum.

Tickets: Adults FREE, Child

Check out the official website

for further info

www.falmouthseashanty.co.uk

JULY

Thursday 15 July

Fal River Cruise:

Tale of two rias

From the Fal Estuary

to the Helford

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

generation to the next.

Until Sunday 3 October

Memories of Falmouth

This exhibition is a

fascinating photographic

insight into Falmouth

and the surrounding area

during the 50s and 60s.

Summer holidays

Into the Deep Blue

Encounter characters from

Into the Deep Blue as you

explore the Museum. Meet

a mermaid as she swims and

dives amongst the flying

flotilla and bump into an

anglerfish as it scuttles

around the building.

Revealed with Dr Matt

Lodder

In this talk, Dr Matt

Lodder will discuss both

the research content of

Tattoo: British Tattoo

Art Revealed, and the

practical issues of

creating an exhibition of

a marginalised art form.

£5 (with an annual pass).

Christmas holidays

Lanterns and Lights

A festive celebration of

light. From merry Take

and Makes to glistening

star trails, Lanterns and

Lights signals Christmas

time at the Museum and

in Cornwall.

Cruise from the larger

Talk Tickets:

flooded river valley (ria) in

£8 per talk, £6 online

Falmouth Bay to its smaller

twin, learning about

their evolution through

time and the wealth

of archaeological sites and

historic structures. More

detail page 116.

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WHAT’S ON

AUGUST

Fri 6th - Thurs 19th

The Working Boat Festival

The Working Boat will be

hosting its own free music

evenings during Falmouth

Week, 6th – 15th August.More

details on their website.

www.theworkingboat.co.uk

Summer

Cruises

Special Evening & Themed Cruises I May - September

Thursday 27 May

Creekside Archaeology

Exploring the upper reaches of the estuary

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

Departs: Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

Thursday 15 July

A tale of two rias

From the Fal Estuary to the Helford

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

Departs: Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

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Fri 6th - Sun 15th

Falmouth Week

Falmouth Week is a major

attraction for locals and

visitors alike. With its origins

as a local sailing regatta

dating back at least as far as

1837, the week has evolved

into not only a major sailing

competition in the South

West but also an opportunity

for sailors and landlubbers

to enjoy the many daytime

and evening events in the

town. There is so much to see

and do throughout the week

from family friendly activities

on The Moor, various sailing

races on the water from Sunday

to Saturday, and exciting

evening entertainment at

Events Square.

www.falmouthweek.co.uk

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This guided boat trip takes in sites tucked away Cruise from the larger flooded river valley (ria) in

within narrower channels and side creeks, Falmouth Bay to its smaller twin, learning about

where place names like Roundwood Quay, King their evolution through time and the wealth

Harry’s Reach and Malpas provide a tantalising of archaeological sites and historic structures

hint of the many archaeological sites to be lining their shores and the open coast in between

discovered – an Iron Age fort behind a later – from submerged forests, cliff castles, forts,

copper ore quay, a Henry VI chapel overlooking ports and mines to quays, ‘hards’, ‘passages’

a medieval ferry crossing, a ‘bad-ford’ featured and a Frenchman’s Creek.

in the Cornish legend of Tristan and Iseult.

Limited

availability

Book early to avoid

disappointment!

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Friday @falriver 27 August

Thurs 9 September

Thurs 23 September

WHAT’S ON

Cider Tasting Cruise

7pm - 9pm I £35

Departs: Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

Join The Stable Falmouth for a cider tasting

experience like no other, on board our classic

wooden ferry. During this 2 hour cruise around

the River Fal you will taste a wide selection of

ciders, from high-end elegant sparklers to hedgerow

blends and rough and ready scrumpies. With two

of The Stable’s highly trained Cider Masters on

board to guide you through your cider journey,

you will learn all about the cider-making process,

different cider-making regions and some

common things to look out for such as tannins,

acidity and

blending. To top it off, you’ll tuck-in to The Stable’s

famous freshly prepared sharing boards!

Monday 30 August

Fizz & Chips Cruise

6.30pm - 8.30pm I £25

Departs: Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

All aboard our luxury wooden boat Moyana for a

special fish and chips supper from the awardwinning

Harbour Lights in Falmouth, cruising around Cornwall’s most

beautiful river. Sit back with a glass of sparkling prosecco on arrival as we set

sail around Falmouth Harbour. Discover these fascinating and historic

waterways with entertaining and informative commentary

from our local skipper.

Carrick

Roads

through

the centuries

Settlement &

industry

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

Departs: Falmouth

Prince of Wales Pier

Take a guided boat

tour around this

deep tidal basin

and discover how

thousands of years of

activity have left their

mark – from Neolithic

forest to Roman coin

hoard, medieval ferry

crossings and

creekside churches,

and later fish weirs,

quays, shipyards, tin

mines, stately homes

and D-Day embarkation

points.

Around

the estuary

mouth

Historic ports & forts

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

Departs: Falmouth

Prince of Wales Pier

The abundance of

archaeological sites

along the Penryn and

Percuil Rivers and

on Pendennis and St

Anthony headlands

reflects the historic

importance of

maritime trade and

the defence of the

realm; learn about

Glasney College and

the medieval port of

Penryn, the growth

of Falmouth and

Flushing from the 17th

century, and 400 years

of fortifications, from

Henry VIII castles to a

WW2 minefield.

Sat 7th - Sat 14th

Sailing Week

Sailing Week features up to

seven days of fleet racing

for yachts and dayboats

in the expansive waters of

Falmouth Bay and the Carrick

Roads (lower Fal estuary).

The week commences with

a race briefing on the first

Saturday, followed by racing

each day from Sunday to the

following Saturday, with

daily and series prizes,

and is complemented by

comprehensive shoreside

events for everyone. Many

of the competitors combine

the racing with their

annual family holiday!

www.falmouthweek.co.uk

Fri 13th

Peeky Blinders Murder

Mystery Evening

www.thealverton.co.uk

ummer-cruises

Tue 17th – Thu 19th

Tall Ship Tours

Charter one of the

Museum’s heritage

boats for a tour of the

magnificent Tall Ships.

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WHAT’S ON

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IN ADVANCE IS

ESSENTIAL

Truro Cruises

FALMOUH TALL SHIPS

Mark your calendar as

tall ships return to

Falmouth waters!

Falmouth has been

selected as the Race

Start Partner for the Tall

Ships Magellan-Elcano

500 Series 2021 race!

There will be a shoreside

atmosphere like no other,

with activities and events

across Falmouth Town.

From family friendly

day-time activities to

evening entertainment,

and the fantastic Tall

Ships parade of sail, this

momentous occasion

is one not to miss in

Falmouth.

Experience Cruises

View the spectacular

Tall Ships up close from

the water!

Sailing up to 6 times a

day from the Prince of

Wales Pier in Falmouth,

our Fal River Tall Ships

Experience Cruises will

sail you out into the

Carrick Roads to view

the vessels moored in

the inner harbour.

See page 120.

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Afternoon High Tide Cruises to Truro in 2021

Running on selected dates throughout the

year, book a luxury river cruise to Truro

aboard 'Moyana' and enjoy the wonderful

views along the River Fal.

Cruising through an Area of Outstanding

Natural Beauty, Enterprise Boats are the

only vessels to take on a magical journey to

the city of Truro by water.

Single

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

Book online at falriver.co.uk/truro

Prices & Tickets

Adult

£14

Child*

£7

Return £18.50 £8.50

Single & Day Returns

Family** Cons***

Falmouth to Truro

-

£48

-

£16

Bikes

£2

* 4-16 years olds ** Up to 2 adults & 3 children

*** Over 65s & Students with card 3 and under: FREE

DATES Cruises depart Falmouth on selected dates at 4pm and arrive back at approx 6.30pm

May 25th

May 26th

July 10th

August 7th

August 8th

August 21st

September 5th

September 6th

September 19th

October 4th

October 19th

July 24th

Just travelling

one way? Get a single

ticket and make your

way back at your own

pace, see GWR Train

info, p42

August 22nd

September 20th

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Regular

showings every

Wednesday, Friday,

Saturday & Sunday

this Autumn

& Winter

WHAT’S ON

SEPTEMBER

Sun 5th

Tour of Britain

Cornwall will host the Tour of

Britain for the first time ever

in September 2021, with the

Grand Depart of next year’s

race seeing riders travel

170 kilometres through the

Cornish countryside.

The stage’s provisional route

will visit Penzance, St Just, St

Ives, Hayle, Camborne, Pool,

Redruth, Falmouth, Penryn,

Truro, Newquay, St Austell,

the Eden Project and Bodmin.

Expect a weekend of activities,

performances and lots of

exciting happenings.

www.tourofbritain.co.uk

Sat 11th

The Cornish Gin

and Drinks Festival

Tickets are £15 per person.

www.thealverton.co.uk

2021

LECTURE

THE HIDDEN CINEMA OCTOBER

SERIES Visit St Mawes Hotel to Thurs7th - Sun 10th

Thurs 23 Sept - 7.30pm

Maps, Globes & Monsters

with Dr Megan Barford

Looking at 16th and 17th

century globes and atlases,

curator and historian Dr

Megan Barford will ask:

why are there sea

monsters in the stars?

www.nmmc.co.uk

Thurs 23rd September

Summer cruise around

the estuary mouth

Historic ports & forts

6pm - 8.30pm I £20

www.falriver.co.uk/summer-cruises

Sat 25th September

Gin Club - An Evening

with Tarquin's Gin

Held in the majestic Great

Hall, the Tarquin's team

will be telling us about their

distillery based on the north

Cornish coast. Guests will get

to sink into a homemade G&T

on arrival, try samples of their

award-winning products and

learn how to make the perfect

gin cocktail. A line-up of

guest bartenders will also be

showing off their talents in the

mixology department.

www.thealverton.co.uk

enjoy your favourite film,

a heart-warming classic,

a modern thriller or a

stunning live arts performance

in the luxury

25-seat Hidden Cinema.

Wednesdays - 8pm

Art & Cult Movie Night

The ones that slipped

under the radar, that

eventually became cult

classic.

Fridays - 8pm

Feel Good Fridays

Feel good movies to

kick-start your weekend.

Saturdays - 3pm & 8pm

Second Chance Saturdays

Missed it when it first

came out? Not to worry.

Second chance to watch

recent box-office hits

back on the big screen!

Sundays - 3pm

Sunday Classics

The movies you wished

you could have watched

in the cinema when they

first came out.

To book your ticket visit

stmaweshotel.com or

call 01326 270270.

The Hidden Cinema is also

available for Private Hire.

stmaweshotel.com

Falmouth Oyster Festival

The five day festival is packed

with cookery demonstrations

by leading local chefs, there

are oysters, seafood, wine

and local ale to sample along

with children’s shell painting,

entertainment in the form of

sea shanties, a town parade,

live music, an oyster shucking

competition, a Falmouth

Working Boat race and

marquees brimming with

Cornish produce. The festival

is a must for all oyster, seafood

and maritime heritage

enthusiasts!

www.falmouthoysterfestival.co.uk

Open Sat 16 Oct

Tattoo: British Tattoo Art

Revealed

After touring nationally

the exhibition is returning

with some of the key

artworks.

www.nmmc.co.uk

Thurs 21

Hunting Monsters

with Dr Darren Naish

Join Dr Darren Naish,

zoologist and Monsters

of the Deep guest curator,

to explore the intriguing

work of a maverick group

of monster experts – the

cryptozoologists.

www.nmmc.co.uk

Fri 22nd

A Night at The Oscars

Murder Mystery Evening:

www.eventbrite.co.uk

www.thealverfton.co.uk

Sun 31 Oct

Halloween at the Museum

Dress up as ghosts and

ghouls this Halloween for

tricks and treats in the

Museum.

Tickets: Adults FREE, Child

£5 (with an annual pass).

2021

LECTURE

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NOVEMBER

2021

Thurs 25th

Tattoo :

LECTURE

SERIES

British Tattoo

Art Revealed with

Dr Matt Lodder

In this talk, Dr Matt

Lodder will discuss both

the research content of

Tattoo: British Tattoo

Art Revealed, and the

practical issues of creating

an exhibition of a

marginalised art form.

Talk Tickets: £8 per talk,

£6 online

www.nmmc.co.uk

Falmouth / 17 - 19 August 2021

Mark your calendar as Tall Ships

return to Falmouth waters!

Falmouth has been selected as

the Race Start Partner for the Tall

Ships Magellan-Elcano 500 Series

2021 race!

There will be a shoreside atmosphere like

no other, with activities and events across

Falmouth Town. From family friendly day-time

activities to evening entertainment, and the

fantastic Tall Ships parade of sail, this momentous

occasion is one not to miss in Falmouth.

What will I see?

A fleet of tall ships from around the world will

arrive in the historic port of Falmouth in the days

leading up to the 19th August as part of the Tall

Ships Magellan-Elcano 500 Series 2021. They

will be moored in the Carrick Roads and inner

harbour, before embarking on a race to A Coruna

in Spain.

Subject to ship arrivals, timings and weather,

it is hoped visitors will be able to take tripper

boats out into the Carrick Roads to view these

magnificent ships at close quarters.

Thurs 25th

Christmas Lights switch-on

Local schools sing

Christmas carols on the

state-of-the-art-stage

before the big switch-on.

The evening is organised

by the Falmouth Town

Team as always and

compered by Pirate FM.

The Falmouth Christmas

lights are switched on

each year by a nominated

community champion.

This is a person or group

who after a public vote,

gets to switch on the lights

for that year. Further

details to be announced

later in the year.

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Tall Ships Experience Cruises

View the spectacular Tall Ships up close from

the water!

Sailing up to 6 times a day from the Prince of

Wales Pier in Falmouth, our Fal River Tall Ships

Experience Cruises will sail you out into the

Carrick Roads to view the vessels moored in the

inner harbour. This is the best and only way to

see the Tall Ships up close this year...

Tickets price : £17 per passenger

£2 donation from each ticket sale will be contributed

back to the Tall Ships event and organisation

See website www.falriver.co.uk/tallships for

timetable and to buy tickets!

BOOK

ONLINE

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Confirmed Ships

WHAT’S ON

Belem, France

Atyla, Vanuatu

Fryderyk Chopin, Poland

Jolie Brise, UK

Maybe, UK

DECEMBER

Morgenster, Netherlands

Patricia, Belgium

Christmas holidays

Rupel, Belgium

Lanterns and Lights

Tenacious, UK

A festive celebration of

Vahine, Finland

light. From merry Take

and Makes to glistening

More ships being confirmed star trails, Lanterns and

all the time.

Lights signals Christmas

See www.falmouth.co.uk time at the Museum and

for an updated list.

in Cornwall.

All information correct at the www.nmmc.co.uk

time of printing.

Sat 11th - Sun 12th

Falmouth Festive Weekend

You can expect a festive land

train, an artificial ice rink, a

Victorian carousel, snowy

scenes and much more!

Complemented with music

and dance, this is a weekend

to come into town! Further

details to be announced later

in the year.

www.falmouth.co.uk

Pay ONCe, Get iN free fOr a year

Discovery Quay,

falMOUth

NMMC.CO.UK

Fri 20th

Major exhibition

Monsters of the Deep

Maritime Museum, Falmouth

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A390 B A30 C

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Newquay,

Perranporth,

& A30

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Tresillian

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Cottage

Merther

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A393

To:

Scorrier,

Redruth,

Burncoose,

Porthtowan

& A30

A39

Bissoe

Carnon

Downs

Devoran

The Valley

B3289

Malpas

King Harry Glamping

Tolverne

Trelissick

King Harry Ferry

Tregothnan

Ruan

Lanihorne

6

A394 to:

Helston,

Lizard

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Via Ferrata

Cornwall

Pennance Mill

Mawnan

Smith

A

B3292

Penryn

Falmouth

University

Glasney Rooms

Maenporth

Falmouth

B

Enys

Trebah Garden

Glendurgan,

Cornish Holiday Cottages

Budock Vean Hotel

Budock Vean Self Catering

Gyllyngvase

Swanpool

Mylor

Bridge

South West Coast Path

Pandora Inn

Mylor

Flushing

Harbourside

Holidays

Pendennis

Castle

St Anthony

Feock

Loe Beach

St Mawes

Castle

Little &

Great Molunan

A3078

St Mawes

B3289

Trethem Mill

St Just

In Roseland

Church

Percuil

Note: This is a reference map ONLY and should not be used for

navigation, all distances and roads are approximate.

C

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Philleigh

Philleigh Way

Cookery School

Trewince Holiday Lodges

Portscatho Holidays

St Mawes Kayaks

Greeb Point

Place

Porth

Towan

St Anthony The Thirstea Company

in Roseland

Cottages Porthbeor

South West Coast Path

F

Rosevine

Portscatho

Porthcurnick

The Nare

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Gerrans Bay

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Lan

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A391

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Eden

& A30

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Polgooth

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A390

Creed

B3273

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B3287

Tregony

Polmassik

St Ewe

Black Head

4

A3078

Pentewan

Mevagissey

5

Trevarrick

n High

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Trenona Farm

Veryan

Portholland

Caerhays

Gorran

Porthmellon

Chapel Point

6

Portloe

Gorran Haven

Penare

South West Coast Path

7

Nare Head

Dodman Point

N

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Falmouth

Castle Drive

Castle Drive

Tehidy Tce

Trefusis Rd

Trefusis Rd

N. Parade

Straton Tce

Penwerris Lane

Pendarves Rd

Tresillians Rd

Falmouth Road

Penwerris Tce

Greenbank

Penrose Rd

Trevethan Rd

Market St

Church St

Kimberley Park Rd

New Street

Arwenack St

Arwenack Av

Albany Pl

Killigrew Street

Woodlane Crescent

Bar Road

Marlborough Rd

Albany Rd

A39

Police Station

A39

FALMOUTH

Broadmead

Guesthouse

Greenbank, Water’s Edge

& The Working Boat

The

Moor

Greenbank

Quay

Kimberley Park

Prince of Wales

Pier (POW)

FLUSHING

Falmouth Docks

A39

Tunnel

Castle Beach

To Maenporth

and Swanpool

Pendennis Point

Flushing Holiday

Cottages

Sessions

Surf & Skate

Shop

Custom

House

Quay

(CHQ)

RNLI Station

Maritime Museum

Pendennis

Castle

N

W

E

S

Oggie’s Cornish Kitchen

RoBo

Koffiji

Harbour Reach

The Chain Locker

Harbour Lights

Events Square

Ferry to St Mawes,

Trelissick & Truro

Ferry to St Mawes

Fox Rosehill

Chelsea House

B&B

St Michael’s

Resort

Anacapri

Kinbrae

Queen Mary

Gardens

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MAPS

A3078

ST MAWES

St Mawes

Castle Drive

Lower Castle Rd

A3078

Tresanton

Lamorran

St Mawes Hotel

Portscatho

Holidays

The Watch House

Tredenham Rd

Polvarth Rd

The Idle Rocks Hotel

St Mawes Kayaks

St Mawes

Castle

W

E

Ferries to: Falmouth & Trelissick

Ferries to: Place & St Anthony

S

To

Bodmin

Penzance

A30

County

Hall

Truro Station

Station Road

Superstore

Treyew Road

Truro

Football

Club

A39

St Georges Road

Richmond Hill

Victoria

Gardens

W

N

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Crown

Courts

Frances St.

E

Pydar St.

River St.

Royal

Cornwall

Museum

Calenick St

Lemon Street

St Clement St.

Library

Pydar St.

King St.

Lemon Street

Market

Plaza

Cinema

Lemon Street

Cathedral

High Cross

Kenwyn St. St Nicholas St.

Lr Lemon St.

TRURO

St Clement Street.

Boscawen St.

Lemon Quay

Old Bridge St.

Fairmantle Street

Truro

New Bridge St.

Sub

Bus

Station

Truro

Harbour

Office

way

St Austell St.

Morlaix Ave.

Newham Road

Tescos

The

Alverton

Malpas Road

West

Briton

Police

Station

To A 39

Newquay

St Austell

Green Lane

Falmouth Road

To:

Trelissick &

Falmouth

To Falmouth

Morlaix Avenue

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Tide Info

Earth Moon Sun

Earth Moon Sun

Ebb tide

Depth of water

Neap tide range

Spring tide range

Flood tide

Drying height

Chart Datum

Charted Depth

ENGLAND — FALMOUTH

LAT 50°09′N LONG 5°03′W

TIDE IS...

TIDAL TERMS:

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Greenwich Mean Time. Chart Datum: This is the lowest tide we ever get

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2056

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4.7 2129 4.5 1959 5.0 2016 4.9 2105 4.7 2100 4.4

During the Summer and all charts are drawn at this depth, the lowest

0338 1.3 0318 1.5 0410 1.8 (Mar 28 0223 - Oct 31) 1.0 expected 0258 tide. 1.5 0338 1.5 0344 2.0

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2switch 0818to British 5.0 17 0832 4.6 2 0946 4.4 17 0935 4.0

1604 1.4 M 1544 1.5 TU 1632 2.0 M 1444 1.2 TU 1511 1.6 TH 1606 1.8 F 1604 2.2

Time of Tide

Summer Time (BST). Height of Tide: This is the height of water above

2153 4.7 2140 4.6 2213 4.3 2033 4.9 2047 4.6 2208 4.5 2155 4.2

To aid marine

Chart Datum and is the number given to us in

Low Tide

0416 The 1.5 Date 0403 1.6 0501 2.2 navigation 0258all tide 1.3 tide 0328 tables. 1.8 0449 1.9 0501 2.2

1006 4.7 3 1008 4.6 High 18 Tide 1041 4.0 tables 3 0857 are written 4.8 18 0908 4.3 3 1106 4.1 18 1047 3.9

1643 1.7 TU 1636 1.8 Low Tide W 1732 2.3 TU 1521 1.5 W 1542 2.0 F 1730 2.1 SA 1734 2.4

The day

in GMT so during BST Drying Height: How far above Chart Datum a

2231 4.4 2242 4.4 High Tide 2323 4.1 2117 4.7 2129 4.3 2339 4.3 2315 4.1

(Times in grey shade) rock or sand bar dries.

0500 1.9 0507 1.9 0617 2.4 we have 0343 to remember 1.5 to 0415 2.2 0635 2.0 0622 2.2

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TIDES

All tides are UTC/GMT. For grey areas add 1hour

All tides are UTC/GMT. For grey areas add 1hour

TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH AND LOW WATERS YEAR 2021

TIME ZONE UT(GMT)

0.7 0224 0.6 0244 1.0 0131 0.2 0149 0.7 0227 0.4 0159 1.1

5.1 0813 5.1 0828 4.8 0715 5.4 0731 5.0 0814 5.0 0754 4.5

0.7 TU 1450 0.6 W 1458 1.1 TU 1354 0.2 W 1400 0.8 F F1448 0.6 SA SA1410 1.2

4.6 2034 4.7 2048 4.5 1936 5.1 1947 4.8 2028 4.8 2002 4.5

1.0 0303 0.8 0305 1.3 0208 0.3 0208 0.9 0307 0.8 0227 1.3

4.9 0854 4.9 0859 4.6 0754 5.3 0757 4.8 0855 4.6 0819 4.3

1.0 W 1531 0.8 TH 1521 1.4 W 1431 0.4 TH 1417 1.0 SA SA1530 1.1 SU 1441 1.5

4.5 2116 4.6 2121 4.3 2011 5.0 2012 4.6 2112 4.5 2033 4.3

1.2 0348 1.0 0333 1.5 0245 0.5 0227 1.1 0356 1.2 0305 1.5

4.7 0941 4.7 0937 4.3 0832 5.0 0823 4.6 0948 4.2 0908 4.1

1.3 TH TH1619 1.1 F F1554 1.6 TH TH1508 0.6 F F 1439 1.2 SU 1624 1.5 M 1523 1.7

4.3 2209 4.4 2206 4.1 2048 4.7 2035 4.4 2216 4.2 2139 4.1

1.5 0440 1.3 0415 1.8 0325 0.8 0253 1.4 0502 1.6 0359 1.8

4.5 1039 4.4 1030 4.0 0913 4.7 0851 4.3 1119 3.8 1026 3.9

1.5 F F 1717 1.4 SA SA1645 1.9 F F 1551 1.0 SA SA1509 1.5 M 1739 1.9 TU TU1629 2.0

4.1 2316 4.2 2308 3.9 2133 4.5 2108 4.2 2257 4.0

1.7 0546 1.5 0525 2.0 0414 1.2 0330 1.6 0005 3.9 0535 1.9

4.2 1152 4.2 1137 3.9 1006 4.3 0940 4.0 0636 1.8 1143 3.8

1.8 SA SA1829 1.5 SU 1813 2.0 SA SA1644 1.4 SU 1551 1551 1.8 1.8 TU TU1308 3.8 3.8 W 1818 1818 2.0

2.0

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1.9 0041 4.1 0022 3.9 0518 1.6 0427 1.9 0138 4.1 0013 4.1

4.0 0706 1.6 0705 2.0 1127 4.0 1056 3.8 0832 1.5 0709 1.7

1.9 SU 1320 4.1 M 1257 3.8 SU 1757 1757 1.7 1.7 M 1704 1704 2.1 2.1 W 1422 1422 4.0 4.0 TH TH1302 4.0

4.0

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4.3

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1.7 2224 2224 1.0 1.0 2149 2149 1.3 1.3 2116 2116 1.5 1.5 2019 2019 1.8 1.8 2240 2240 0.8 0.8 2145 2145 0.9

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4.5 TH TH 1718 1718 4.8 4.8 FF 1655 1655 4.8 4.8 TH TH 1620 1620 4.6 4.6 FF 1543 1543 4.6 4.6 SU SU1708 4.9 4.9 M 1642 1642 5.1

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1.2 2327 0.7 2304 0.8 2216 0.9 2356 0.5 2325 0.3

4.7 0004 0.6 0511 5.1 0434 4.9 0358 5.0 0524 5.0 0503 5.4

1.1 0534 5.1 1154 0.5 1129 0.5 1043 0.6 1214 0.4 1150 0.1

4.6 F F 1229 0.4 SA SA1738 5.0 F F 1659 4.8 SA SA1627 4.9 M 1743 5.0 TU TU1728 5.3

1.0 1759 4.9 O 2346 0.5 2305 0.6 O

4.9 0045 0.5 0012 0.4 0513 5.1 0443 5.2 0027 0.5 0011 0.1

0.8 0614 5.2 0553 5.3 1209 0.4 1131 0.3 0600 5.0 0550 5.4

4.8 SA SA1308 0.4 SU 1237 0.3 SA SA1736 4.9 SU 1711 5.1 TU1243 0.5 W 1234 0.1

0.8 1836 4.9 1819 5.1 O 2351 0.3 1817 5.0 1812 5.3

5.0 0121 0.5 0024 0.4 0528 5.4 0056 0.6 0054 0.1

0.7 0651 5.2 0550 5.2 1215 0.1 0633 5.0 0637 5.3

4.8 SU SU 1341 1341 0.4 0.4 SU 1244 1244 0.3 0.3 M 1754 1754 5.2 5.2 W 1307 1307 0.7 0.7 TH TH 1315 1315 0.1

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0.7 0152 0152 0.6 0.6 0057 0057 0.4 0.4 0033 0033 0.1 0.1 0118 0118 0.8 0.8 0134 0134 0.2

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5.2 0726 0726 5.1 5.1 0626 0626 5.2 5.2 0613 0613 5.5 5.5 0703 0703 4.9 4.9 0721 0721 5.2

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0.5 M 1411 1411 0.6 0.6 M 1315 1315 0.4 0.4 TU TU 1256 1256 0.0 0.0 TH TH 1326 1326 0.8 0.8 FF 1354 1354 0.4

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0944 4.1 0858 4.2 1

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1246 3.8 1114 4.0 0

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0755 1.5 1225 4.1 0

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2022 1.6 2

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0211 4.3 0049 4.4 0

0858 1.2 0741 1.3 0

F 1445 4.2 SA 1332 4.4 M 1

2119 1.2 2008 1.3 2

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0259 4.5 0154 4.7 0

0946 1.0 0844 1.0 1

SA 1526 4.5 SU 1432 4.6 TU 1

2205 1.0 2110 1.0 2

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0340 4.7 0253 4.9 0

1027 0.8 0941 0.7 1

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2244 0.8 2206 0.6 2

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1104 0.7 1035 0.4 1

M 1638 4.8 TU 1615 5.1 TH 1

2321 0.7 2300 0.4 2

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1138 0.7 1126 0.3 1

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0607 4.8 0622 5.2 0

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1823 4.9 1840 5.3 1

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0638 4.7 0710 5.0 0

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0707 4.6 0756 4.8 0

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0846 0846 4.3 4.3 11

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1037 1037 4.4 4.4

1.2 1.2 TU TU 1605 1605 1.4 1.4 WW 1508 1508 1.4 1.4 TH TH 1632 1632 1.4 1.4 F F 1545 1545 1.2 1.2 SU SU 1721 1721 1.9 1.9 M M 1710 1710 1.5 1.5

4.6 4.6 2152 2152 4.4 4.4 2105 2105 4.6 4.6 2213 2213 4.4 4.4 2137 2137 4.7 4.7 2302 2302 4.1 4.1 2311 2311 4.3

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1.4 1.4 0544 0544 1.5 1.5 0445 0445 1.4 1.4 0555 0555 1.6 1.6 0517 0517 1.3 1.3 0007 0007 4.0 4.0 0039 0039 4.2

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1.6 1.6 TH TH1809 1809 1.7 1.7 F F1710 1710 1.5 1.5 SA SA1819 1819 1.7 1.7 SU SU1742 1742 1.4 1.4 TU TU1303 1303 4.0 4.0 W W1327 1327 4.3

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1.6 1.6 0021 0021 4.2 4.2 0553 0553 1.4 1.4 0015 0015 4.1 4.1 0622 0622 1.4 1.4 0134 0134 4.0 4.0 0208 0208 4.2

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4.0 4.0 0652 0652 1.5 1.5 1149 1149 4.3 4.3 0652 0652 1.7 1.7 1222 1222 4.3 4.3 0803 0803 1.9 1.9 0841 0841 1.5

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1.8 1.8 F F1309 1309 4.0 4.0 SA SA1819 1819 1.5 1.5 SU SU 1302 1302 4.0 4.0 M M 1852 1852 1.4 1.4 WW 1422 1422 4.2 4.2 TH TH 1442 1442 4.5 4.5

4.2 4.2 1917 1917 1.6 1.6 1920 1920 1.7 1.7 2038 2038 1.8 1.8 2124 2124 1.3 1.3

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1.7 1.7 0126 0126 4.2 4.2 0013 0013 4.5 4.5 0125 0125 4.1 4.1 0053 0053 4.4 4.4 0249 0249 4.2 4.2 0317 0317 4.5 4.5

4.0 4.0 0759 0759 1.4 1.4 0700 0700 1.3 1.3 0752 0752 1.6 1.6 0733 0733 1.3 1.3 0903 0903 1.6 1.6 0956 0956 1.2 1.2

1.8 1.8 SA SA 1403 1403 4.1 4.1 SU SU 1255 1255 4.4 4.4 M M 1404 1404 4.2 4.2 TU TU 1337 1337 4.4 4.4 TH TH 1517 1517 4.4 4.4 F F 1541 1541 4.8 4.8

4.3 4.3 2021 2021 1.5 1.5 1928 1928 1.3 1.3 2021 2021 1.7 1.7 2007 2007 1.3 1.3 2135 2135 1.5 1.5 2230 2230 1.0 1.0

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1.6 1.6 0220 0220 4.3 4.3 0121 0121 4.6 4.6 0226 0226 4.2 4.2 0210 0210 4.5 4.5 0341 0341 4.4 4.4 0413 0413 4.7 4.7

4.1 4.1 0855 0855 1.3 1.3 0807 0807 1.1 1.1 0849 0849 1.5 1.5 0847 0847 1.2 1.2 0956 0956 1.4 1.4 1054 1054 0.9 0.9

1.6 1.6 SU SU 1448 1448 4.3 4.3 M M 1400 1400 4.6 4.6 TU TU 1456 1456 4.4 4.4 WW 1447 1447 4.6 4.6 F F 1602 1602 4.7 4.7 SA SA 1631 1631 5.1 5.1

2115 2115 1.3 1.3 2035 2035 1.1 1.1 2116 2116 1.5 1.5 2123 2123 1.2 1.2 2225 2225 1.3 1.3 2324 2324 0.7 0.7

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4.4 4.4 0306 0306 4.5 4.5 0226 0226 4.8 4.8 0317 0317 4.4 4.4 0318 0318 4.6 4.6 0424 0424 4.6 4.6 0501 0501 4.9 4.9

1.3 1.3 0941 0941 1.1 1.1 0910 0910 0.9 0.9 0940 0940 1.3 1.3 0957 0957 1.0 1.0 1044 1044 1.2 1.2 1145 1145 0.6

0.6

4.4 4.4 M M 1529 1529 4.5 4.5 TU TU 1500 1500 4.8 4.8 W W1541 1541 4.5 4.5 TH TH1546 1546 4.8 4.8 SA SA1641 1641 4.9 4.9 SU SU 1716 1716 5.2 5.2

1.3 1.3 2201 2201 1.1 1.1 2139 2139 0.9 0.9 2205 2205 1.3 1.3 2230 2230 0.9 0.9 2311 2311 1.1 1.1 O

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4.7 4.7 0348 0348 4.6 4.6 0327 0327 4.9 4.9 0402 0402 4.5 4.5 0417 0417 4.8 4.8 0505 0505 4.7 4.7 0011 0011 0.4

0.4

1.0 1.0 1023 1023 1.0 1.0 1011 1011 0.7 0.7 1025 1025 1.2 1.2 1059 1059 0.8 0.8 1128 1128 1.0 1.0 0545 0545 5.0

5.0

4.6 4.6 TU TU1609 1609 4.7 4.7 W W1556 1556 5.0 5.0 TH TH1623 1623 4.7 4.7 F F1640 1640 5.0 5.0 SU SU1718 1718 5.0 5.0 M M1230 1230 0.5

0.5

1.0 1.0 2242 2242 1.0 1.0 2239 2239 0.7 0.7 2250 2250 1.2 1.2 2330 2330 0.7 0.7 2354 2354 0.9 0.9 1758 1758 5.3

5.3

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4.9 4.9 0428 0428 4.7 4.7 0424 0424 5.0 5.0 0444 0444 4.6 4.6 0511 0511 4.9 4.9 0544 0544 4.8 4.8 0054 0054 0.3

0.3

0.7 0.7 1101 1101 1.0 1.0 1108 1108 0.6 0.6 1107 1107 1.1 1.1 1154 1154 0.6 0.6 1210 1210 0.9 0.9 0624 0624 5.0

5.0

4.9 4.9 W W1647 1647 4.8 4.8 TH TH1649 1649 5.1 5.1 F F1702 1702 4.8 4.8 SA SA1730 1730 5.2 5.2 M M1755 1755 5.1 5.1 TU TU1309 1309 0.4

0.4

0.6 0.6 2321 2321 1.0 1.0 O O2336 2336 0.5 0.5 2332 2332 1.1 1.1 O O 1837 1837 5.3

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5.1 5.1 0506 0506 4.7 4.7 0519 0519 5.0 5.0 0523 0523 4.7 4.7 0022 0022 0.5 0.5 0034 0034 0.7 0.7 0131 0131 0.4

0.4

0.4 0.4 1136 1136 0.9 0.9 1201 1201 0.5 0.5 1147 1147 1.0 1.0 0601 0601 4.9 4.9 0622 0622 4.9 4.9 0701 0701 5.0

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5.1 5.1 TH TH1724 1724 4.8 4.8 F F1740 1740 5.2 5.2 SA SA1739 1739 4.9 4.9 SU SU1243 1243 0.5 0.5 TU TU1250 1250 0.8 0.8 W W1344 1344 0.5

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0.4 0.4 2356 2356 1.0 1.0 1816 1816 5.3 5.3 1832 1832 5.2 5.2 1913 1913 5.3

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5.2 5.2 0543 0543 4.7 4.7 0028 0028 0.4 0.4 0011 0011 1.0 1.0 0110 0110 0.4 0.4 0114 0114 0.6 0.6 0203 0203 0.5

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0.3 0.3 1208 1208 1.0 1.0 0611 0611 5.0 5.0 0601 0601 4.7 4.7 0647 0647 5.0 5.0 0700 0700 4.9 4.9 0734 0734 5.0

5.0

5.2 5.2 F F1759 1759 4.8 4.8 SA SA1251 1251 0.5 0.5 SU SU1225 1225 1.0 1.0 M M1327 1327 0.5 0.5 W W1328 1328 0.7 0.7 TH TH1414 1414 0.7

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0.3 0.3 1829 1829 5.2 5.2 1814 1814 4.9 4.9 1859 1859 5.3 5.3 1910 1910 5.2 5.2 1946 1946 5.1

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5.2 5.2 0028 0028 1.0 1.0 0117 0117 0.4 0.4 0049 0049 0.9 0.9 0152 0152 0.4 0.4 0151 0151 0.6 0.6 0231 0231 0.8

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0.3 0.3 0618 0618 4.7 4.7 0701 0701 4.9 4.9 0639 0639 4.7 4.7 0728 0728 4.9 4.9 0737 0737 4.9 4.9 0806 0806 4.9

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5.3 5.3 SA SA1240 1240 1.0 1.0 SU SU1337 1337 0.5 0.5 M M1303 1303 1.0 1.0 TU TU1407 1407 0.6 0.6 TH TH1405 1405 0.7 0.7 F F1442 1442 1.0

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1831 1831 4.8 4.8 1915 1915 5.2 5.2 1849 1849 5.0 5.0 1939 1939 5.2 5.2 1948 1948 5.2 5.2 2016 2016 4.9

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0.2 0.2 0100 0100 1.0 1.0 0203 0203 0.5 0.5 0126 0126 0.9 0.9 0229 0229 0.6 0.6 0229 0229 0.7 0.7 0256 0256 1.1

1.1

5.2 5.2 0652 0652 4.6 4.6 0746 0746 4.8 4.8 0715 0715 4.7 4.7 0805 0805 4.8 4.8 0812 0812 4.8 4.8 0838 0838 4.7

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0.3 0.3 SU SU1312 1312 1.1 1.1 M M1421 1421 0.7 0.7 TU TU1340 1340 1.0 1.0 W W1443 1443 0.8 0.8 F F1442 1442 0.8 0.8 SA SA1507 1507 1.3

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5.3 5.3 1903 1903 4.8 4.8 1958 1958 5.1 5.1 1926 1926 4.9 4.9 2016 2016 5.0 5.0 2027 2027 5.1 5.1 2047 2047 4.7

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0.3 0.3 0133 0133 1.1 1.1 0246 0246 0.7 0.7 0204 0204 0.9 0.9 0304 0304 0.8 0.8 0308 0308 0.8 0.8 0320 0320 1.4

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5.0 5.0 0726 0726 4.5 4.5 0829 0829 4.6 4.6 0752 0752 4.6 4.6 0840 0840 4.7 4.7 0850 0850 4.7 4.7 0911 0911 4.5

4.5

0.5 0.5 M M1346 1346 1.2 1.2 TU TU1503 1503 0.9 0.9 W W1418 1418 1.0 1.0 TH TH1517 1517 1.0 1.0 SA SA1523 1523 1.0 1.0 SU SU 1530 1530 1.6 1.6

5.1 5.1 1937 1937 4.7 4.7 2041 2041 4.9 4.9 2004 2004 4.9 4.9 2051 2051 4.8 4.8 2109 2109 4.9 4.9 2123 2123 4.4

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0.5 0.5 0210 0210 1.1 1.1 0330 0330 0.9 0.9 0245 0245 0.9 0.9 0339 0339 1.1 1.1 0351 0351 1.1 1.1 0347 0347 1.7

1.7

4.8 4.8 0803 0803 4.4 4.4 0913 0913 4.4 4.4 0831 0831 4.6 4.6 0917 0917 4.5 4.5 0936 0936 4.6 4.6 0952 0952 4.2

4.2

0.8 0.8 TU TU1424 1424 1.3 1.3 W W1546 1546 1.2 1.2 TH TH1459 1459 1.1 1.1 F F1553 1553 1.3 1.3 SU SU1610 1610 1.2 1.2 M M1604 1604 1.9

1.9

4.9 4.9 2017 2017 4.6 4.6 2125 2125 4.7 4.7 2047 2047 4.8 4.8 2128 2128 4.6 4.6 2202 2202 4.6 4.6 2211 2211 4.1

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0.8 0.8 0415 0415 1.4 1.4 0430 0430 2.0

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1.1 1.1 SA SA1632 1632 1.6 1.6 TU TU1710 1710 2.2

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4.1 0142 4.0 0300 4.4 0253 4.6 0348 4.8 0303 4.8 0354 4.7

1.7 0802 2.0 0932 1.2 0923 1.2 1026 0.9 0941 0.9 1028 1.1

4.5 SA SA 1408 4.3 SU 1511 4.8 TU TU 1506 5.0 W 1602 4.9 TH TH 1522 5.0 FF 1612 4.7

1.3 2040 1.7 2159 0.9 2150 0.8 2247 0.7 2209 0.7 2247 1.0

4.4 0251 4.3 0343 4.7 0337 4.9 0423 4.9 0352 5.0 0433 4.8

1.2 0903 1.6 1019 0.9 1013 0.8 1104 0.8 1034 0.6 1108 1.0

4.8 SU 1502 4.7 M 1553 5.0 W 1552 5.2 TH TH 1638 5.0 FF 1614 5.2 SA SA 1651 4.7

0.9 2134 1.2 2243 0.6 2238 0.5 2322 0.7 2259 0.5 2324 0.9

4.7 0333 4.7 0419 4.9 0421 5.2 0457 5.0 0442 5.2 0511 4.9

0.9 0955 1.2 1100 0.7 1100 0.5 1139 0.8 1124 0.5 1146 1.0

5.1 M 1543 5.0 TU TU 1631 5.1 TH TH 1638 5.4 FF 1714 5.0 SA SA 1706 5.2 SU 1729 4.8

0.6 2222 0.9 2322 0.5 2324 0.3 O 2354 0.8 2348 0.4 O 2358 0.9

4.9 0412 4.9 0453 5.0 0505 5.3 0533 5.1 0531 5.3 0548 5.0

0.6 1043 0.8 1138 0.6 1146 0.3 1212 0.8 1213 0.4 1220 1.0

5.2 TU 1623 5.3 W 1706 5.2 FF 1724 5.4 SA SA 1749 4.9 SU 1757 5.2 M 1805 4.7

0.4 2307 0.6 O 2357 0.5

5.1 0451 5.1 0526 5.1 0008 0.3 0023 0.9 0035 0.4 0029 1.0

0.5 1127 0.6 1212 0.6 0549 5.4 0607 5.0 0619 5.3 0622 4.9

5.3 W 1705 5.4 TH TH 1741 5.2 SA SA 1229 0.3 SU 1242 0.9 M 1301 0.4 TU TU 1251 1.0

2351 0.3 1811 5.4 1822 4.9 1846 5.1 1839 4.7

0.4 0532 5.3 0028 0.6 0050 0.3 0050 1.0 0120 0.5 0100 1.1

5.1 1210 0.4 0559 5.1 0633 5.4 0640 5.0 0706 5.3 0655 4.9

0.5 TH TH 1747 5.5 FF 1243 0.7 SU 1311 0.3 M 1308 1.0 TU TU 1346 0.5 W 1322 1.1

5.3 1814 5.1 1856 5.2 1853 4.7 1934 4.9 1913 4.6

0.4 0031 0.3 0056 0.7 0131 0.5 0114 1.1 0205 0.7 0131 1.1

5.1 0613 5.3 0632 5.1 0716 5.3 0710 4.9 0752 5.1 0727 4.8

0.6 FF 1250 0.3 SA SA 1310 0.8 M 1352 0.5 TU TU 1332 1.2 W 1433 0.7 TH TH 1354 1.1

5.2 1830 5.5 1846 5.0 1941 5.0 1925 4.6 2022 4.7 1948 4.5

0.6 0110 0.3 0118 0.9 0211 0.8 0141 1.3 0251 1.0 0205 1.3

5.1 0652 5.3 0703 5.0 0759 5.0 0741 4.7 0839 4.9 0802 4.7

0.8 SA SA 1327 0.4 SU 1332 1.0 TU TU 1435 0.9 W 1401 1.3 TH TH 1522 1.0 FF 1431 1.2

5.1 1911 5.3 1915 4.8 2028 4.6 2000 4.4 2114 4.4 2025 4.4

0.9 0147 0.5 0138 1.2 0255 1.2 0212 1.5 0341 1.3 0244 1.4

5.0 0730 5.2 0732 4.9 0847 4.8 0817 4.6 0932 4.6 0842 4.6

1.0 SU 1404 0.6 M 1351 1.2 W 1525 1.2 TH TH 1436 1.5 FF 1617 1.3 SA SA 1514 1.4

4.9 1951 5.1 1943 4.6 2125 4.3 2044 4.2 2217 4.1 2111 4.2

1.1 0224 0.8 0159 1.4 0349 1.6 0251 1.7 0437 1.5 0330 1.5

4.8 0809 5.0 0800 4.7 0949 4.4 0905 4.4 1035 4.4 0932 4.5

1.3 M 1444 0.9 TU TU 1414 1.5 TH TH 1630 1.6 FF 1524 1.7 SA SA 1719 1.5 SU 1606 1.5

4.7 2033 4.7 2016 4.4 2249 4.0 2142 4.0 2332 4.0 2209 4.2

1.4 0305 1.2 0226 1.6 0500 1.8 0345 1.9 0541 1.7 0427 1.6

4.6 0854 4.7 0836 4.4 1116 4.2 1007 4.3 1148 4.3 1032 4.4

1.5 TU 1531 1.3 W 1447 1.7 FF 1755 1.7 SA SA 1635 1.9 SU 1826 1.6 M 1711 1.5

4.4 2128 4.3 2103 4.1 2250 4.0 2313 4.1

1.7 0357 1.6 0303 1.9 0022 3.9 0507 2.0 0043 4.0 0536 1.7

4.3 0958 4.3 0930 4.2 0628 1.9 1114 4.3 0649 1.7 1137 4.4

1.8 W 1635 1.7 TH 1535 2.0 SA SA 1242 4.2 SU 1800 1.8 M 1258 4.2 TU 1822 1.5

4.1 2256 4.0 2210 3.9 1929 1.6 1935 1.5

2.0 0511 2.0 0402 2.2 0135 4.1 0000 4.1 0143 4.1 0019 4.2

4.1 1136 4.1 1040 4.1 0756 1.7 0630 1.9 0758 1.6 0650 1.6

2.1 TH 1812 1.9 FF 1710 2.2 SU 1349 4.4 M 1222 4.4 TU 1357 4.3 W 1244 4.5

3.9 2325 3.9 2036 1.3 1914 1.6 2036 1.4 1932 1.4

2.3 0043 3.9 0554 2.3 0230 4.3 0108 4.3 0232 4.3 0127 4.4

4.0 0701 2.0 1154 4.1 0857 1.4 0741 1.6 0857 1.4 0802 1.4

2.3 FF 1312 4.2 SA SA 1850 2.0 M 1441 4.6 TU 1327 4.6 W 1448 4.4 TH 1353 4.6

3.8 2006 1.7 2126 1.0 2018 1.3 2125 1.2 2040 1.2

0046 4.0 0232 4.6

0721 2.0 0910 1.1

SU 1309 4.3 FF 1458 4.7

2002 1.6 2142 0.9

JANUARY

Time m Time m T

0331 4.8 0413 4.7 0

1 1013 0.9 16 1042 1.2 1 1

SA 1557 4.9 SU 1633 4.5 TU 1

2241 0.7 2258 1.1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

2

0425 5.0 0453 4.8 0

1111 0.6 1124 1.0 0

SU 1653 5.0 M 1713 4.7 W 1

2336 0.6 O 2338 1.0 1

3

1

0518 5.2 0532 4.9 0

1205 0.4 1202 0.9 0

M 1746 5.0 TU 1751 4.7 TH 1

4

0026 0.5 0013 0.9 0

0608 5.3 0608 5.0 0

TU 1254 0.3 W 1237 0.9 F 1

1837 5.0 1827 4.7 1

5

0114 0.4 0048 0.9 0

0656 5.3 0641 5.0 0

W 1341 0.3 TH 1310 0.8 SA 1

1924 4.9 1901 4.7 2

6

0158 0.5 0121 0.9 0

0740 5.3 0713 5.0 0

TH 1425 0.5 F 1344 0.8 SU 1

2008 4.8 1934 4.6 2

7

0240 0.7 0155 0.9 0

0823 5.1 0745 4.9 0

F 1508 0.7 SA 1419 0.9 M 1

2050 4.6 2005 4.6 2

8

0322 0.9 0230 1.0 0

0905 4.9 0819 4.8 0

SA 1550 1.0 SU 1456 1.0 TU 1

2134 4.4 2037 4.5 2

9

0405 1.2 0309 1.1 0

0950 4.6 0857 4.7 1

SU 1635 1.3 M 1537 1.1 W 1

2222 4.2 2119 4.4 2

10

0453 1.5 0354 1.3 0

1040 4.3 0946 4.6 1

M 1726 1.5 TU 1627 1.3 TH 1

2319 4.0 2218 4.2

11

0548 1.7 0451 1.5 0

1139 4.1 1050 4.4 0

TU 1824 1.7 W 1731 1.5 F 1

2331 4.2 1

12

0026 3.9 0601 1.6 0

0652 1.8 1205 4.3 0

W 1251 4.0 TH 1847 1.5 SA 1

1929 1.7 2

13

0139 4.0 0051 4.2 0

0759 1.8 0725 1.6 0

TH 1404 4.1 F 1326 4.3 SU 1

2033 1.6 2010 1.5 2

14

0240 4.2 0211 4.3 0

0902 1.6 0849 1.4 1

F 1502 4.2 SA 1444 4.4 M 1

2128 1.4 2127 1.2 2

15

0329 4.4 0318 4.6 0

0955 1.4 1002 1.0 1

SA 1550 4.4 SU 1549 4.6 TU 1

2216 1.2 2232 0.9 2

0415 4.9

1104 0.7

M 1646 4.8

2329 0.6

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