Cornish family run, delightful Victorian house, with superb views over Falmouth Bay, offering beautifully presented bed and breakfast accommodation.
Situated just two minutes walk from Gyllyngvase beach and a gentle stroll from the town.
As well as a licensed bar, there is a large lounge and a dining room overlooking the sun terrace, pretty garden and the sea.
All the beautifully furnished and attractively decorated rooms are en-suite, each with flat screen digital television, hospitality tray, hairdryer and clock/radio alarm.
Two family suites are available with reductions for children under 16.
A hearty Cornish breakfast is served, along with a selection of fruit juices, cereals, porridge, stewed fruit, yoghurt and local preserves. Non smoking throughout.
AA Yellow stars recognise the very best establishments within the three, four and five star rating levels.
The Rosemary has one small step at the entrance. Guide dogs are welcome, as are well behaved pets. The Rosemary is unsuitable for guests using wheelchairs. Free secure wireless broadband is available in all the rooms.
Beuatiful views over Falmouth Bay.
Corniosh family run.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Well behaved
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Gluten free
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
When entering Falmouth on A39 follow signs for beaches and docks (not town).This is straight on at all junctions.
Eventually you will enter Melville Road, go past Fox Rosehill Gardens on your left and a little further on you will see a bus shelter on the right.
After this turn right into Gyllynvase Road.
Gyllyngvase Terrace is about 50m on the left.
From the Town station, it's just a 5 minute walk:
From the platform you go down the ramp into the car park and keep to the right hand side.
A little way along there is a pedestrian exit, go through it onto the pavement and turn right up the hill and under the railway bridge to the main road.
Cross over the main road into Gyllyngvase Road, the Gyllyngvase House Hotel is on the right.
Walk on about 50 yds, where a road goes off to the left, this is Gyllyngvase Terrace, you should see our sign from there.