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House in Falmouth, Cornwall, Peaceful Location, 5 Minutes Walk From Falmouth's Charming Old High Street
Occupying an elevated yet private position with outstanding views across Falmouth Harbour, Seabien is perfect for watching boats, yachts and cruise ships crossing the port. Elegantly refurbished, light, spacious, and complemented by original artworks; there is ample accommodation for four guests. Large skylights flood the property with sunlight and even on dull days the house is wonderfully light. The high barrelled ceiling in the large sittingroom dining room add to the spacious effect.
Whilst quiet and secluded, Seabien is also conveniently placed for the vibrant town centre with its numerous restaurants, bars, old inns, galleries and shops and Events Square - home to The National Maritime Museum and Rick Stein's Seafood Bar. Beach lovers will adore Falmouth's four beautiful beaches, three with seasonal lifeguard patrol and two with excellent water sports facilities. Nearby gardens at Trebah, Glendurgan and Trelissick are lush and verdant with exotic plants. Keen walkers are spoilt for choice with spectacular coastal paths and glorious countryside. Pleasure boat trips depart daily from the town quay taking in the hidden creeks of the Carrick Roads or across to the pretty village of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula; a delightful spot to enjoy a drink or meal in one of the waterfront hotels.
Please note it is Friday to Friday booking.
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- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 02, 2018
About Vanessa Roebuck
We live in Falmouth, near to Seabien. We produce a What's On for families throughout Cornwall so do ask any questions! Vanessa
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Falmouth is a wonderful place to live; come and see! With glorious beaches, countryside, music and drama, museums, galleries and theatre galore.
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This is a terrific property. This was the second time of saying there and fully intend to stay again
This is a terrific property. This was the second time of staying and fully intend to stay again in the future.
Thank you very much. It was lovely having you to stay again and so glad you had some good weather - Thursday was superb! A perfect autumn day. Really glad you enjoyed some good walking too. All the best and look forward to seeing you again Vanessa
Just lovely, not far from everything, all you could possible want for a perfect stay
The nicest place we have stayed in Cornwall, just everything about it was lovely. Would definitely recommend
We are so glad you had a lovely holiday in Falmouth. We enjoy taking the time and effort to make sure you feel welcome and it means a huge amount to us that you really enjoyed it all. Helps that we live in such a fab place!! Do come back again - I have lived here 14 years and still haven't done everything!!! All the best Vanessa
Lovely house, great location, superbly equipped.
Lovely house, spotlessly clean, well equipped, great size for a family and day guests.
Very spacious, plenty of seating both for relaxing and meal times. The kitchen was very well equipped for self catering, with all that we needed.
The bedrooms were clean, bright and comfortable, having an ensuite was great with four adults.
Great location, easy to walk into Falmouth town centre and also located well for sight seeing, getting to the beach and coastal walks.
Overall a lovely place to stay.
Thank you so much for such a glowing review and we are delighted you had such a good time. Do come and stay again! Exemplary guests!!
Vanessa and SImon
A delightful holiday home
We have been lucky to have stayed in some lovely holiday homes in Cornwall, Seabien was one of the very best. Spotless, beautifully equipped - we didn't want to leave.
What a lovely review, thank you very much. So glad you had a good time and it was lovely meeting you both and hearing about all the beautiful walks and days out you had.
Do come back! Vanessa
Seabien - the best!
Simply the best accommodation we've had in over 20 years of visiting Cornwall! A very well-furnished, clean and comfortable place, with a brilliant sea view. A quiet position with off-road parking, and ideally placed for walking into town. The "little extras" (eg flowers, biscuits...) provided on arrival made us feel very welcome, as did the warm welcome from the owner. Eating in was made easy by the comprehensively-equipped kitchen, but there are also many excellent restaurants within reach. We'll be back!
Thank you very much for the five star review. Falmouth is a lovely place to visit throughout the year. There is always something happening just a stroll away! We would be delighted to welcome you again - perfect guests!!
Vanessa and Simon
Fab place to stay
Spent several months here whilst working in the area.
It was truly a home from home, with everything that you could need!
The house is modern, stylish and most importantly spotlessly clean.
Vanessa and Simon are wonderful hosts - couldn't do enough for us.
Hope to return later on this year whilst working there again.
Travel: Newquay airport is about an hours drive away and Exeter about two hours. There is a branch train line from Truro to Falmouth and the nearest station is about 5 minutes by taxi/ 25 minutes walk. Distances: For a wealth of information visit or the Visitor Information Centre Enterprise Boats Falmouth River Sainsburys and Lidl are 5 minutes driving distance, between Falmouth and Penryn. Local produce shops are excellent and in walking distance. Further Details: Our absolute favourite places are Stones Organic Bakery, Oliver’s Eatery - both on the historic Old High Street; the divine Cove restaurant perfectly sited by Maenporth Beach; the Maritime Museum (Winner of Telegraph Family Friendly Museum Award 2014), Henry VIII's Pendennis Castle and the enchanting Falmouth Art Gallery. Ships and Castles leisure centre, high on the hill by the castle, has a spectacular view, public swimming pool and gym. Gyllyngdune Blue Flag status beach, with its wide arc of golden sand and inviting sea is only a 10 minute walk away from Falmouth town centre and about 25 minutes from Seabien. Directly behind Gyllyngvase Beach are the lovely Queen Mary Gardens with a proliferation of sub tropical species that thrive in Cornwall's milder climate including Gunnera, Proteas, Agapanthus and Echium. We recommend the half-mile stroll along the South West Coastpath to Swanpool Beach and Nature Reserve. Princess Pavilion theatre, Garden Room bistro and Gyllyngdune Gardens, Melvill Road, The Princess Pavilion is a year-round live music venue and theatre complex offering a wide programme with big name visiting professional artists and local productions; The Garden Room, bar & bistro at the Pavilion offers tapas, steaks, home-made fish and chips etc and elegant puds. It is set in Gyllyngdune Gardens - four acres of beautiful formal and informal gardens leading down to the seafront. With open lawns, beautiful planting, a quarry fern garden, shell grottos, a play area for little ones and an Edwardian bandstand which has seasonal band concerts throughout the summer. The Poly theatre, cinema and arts centre, 24 Church Street. An eclectic mix of arty, retro and foreign-language films The Phoenix - luxurious, new cinema just off the Moor, with several screens and very comfy seats.
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Booking Notes: Please contact owner Changeover Day: Friday