|Cot & Highchair||Beach:||200 metres|
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WEEKS FROM £415
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The luxurious interior throughout and attention to detail.
A gentle 200 metre walk down to Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth..
Guests have the choice of four spectacular beaches to visit including Castle beach, Maenporth, Swanpool and, closest to the apartment, Gyllyngvase beach, just 200 metres from Oyster Catcher.
After a day on the beach, refuel at one of Falmouth's popular restaurants, from Rick Stein's Fish, Gylly Cafe, Wheel House and Harbour lights, to Expressini and the award-winning Olivers.
Known for its creative buzz, contemporary art galleries, maritime heritage and fantastic array of places to eat and drink, Falmouth in south Cornwall offers a wide range of activities suitable for all. Falmouth's maritime legacy and coastal culture is a huge part of its charm, boasting world class watersports on its sheltered waters including gig rowing, kayaking, diving and regularly hosting sailing events such as Falmouth Regatta, and the Pendennis Cup.
If you are looking for a day off the beach then Trebah Garden, the National Maritine Museum and Pendennis Castle are all within easy reach.
|13th Apr - 24th May||£475|
|25th May - 31st May||£715|
|01st Jun - 28th Jun||£595|
|29th Jun - 12th Jul||£815|
|13th Jul - 30th Aug||£885|
|31st Aug - 06th Sep||£645|
|07th Sep - 20th Sep||£561|
|21st Sep - 18th Oct||£525|
|19th Oct - 25th Oct||£561|
|26th Oct - 20th Dec||£415|
|21st Dec - 24th Dec||£715|
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