The Observatory Bed & Breakfast offers comfortable, homely and spacious accommodation near to the town and beaches in Falmouth, Cornwall.The house itself has an interesting history. The foundation stone of The Observatory was laid on August 12th 1884 by Lord Mount Edgecumbe, who was the President of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. The Stone can be seen at the left of the front entrance. The roof is reinforced to take scientific equipment for the study of wind, rainfall and the stars. The telescope used at The Observatory is now in Kew Gardens.
Our family friendly guest house is a great place to stay for those who want to explore Falmouth and the many attractions this part of Cornwall has to offer. We ensure that our guest rooms are clean and well equipped, ensuring guests have a comfortable night’s sleep before the day’s adventures. All of the guest rooms include:
Hot beverage tray with tea and coffee.
En suite facilities.
Flat screen TV.
Wi-Fi internet access.
We serve a hearty Full English Breakfast. We also have a vegetarian option and can cater for guests with special dietary requirements.
Our bed and breakfast is set in a very central location just a few minutes’ walk from Falmouth Sea Front with its Blue Flag Beaches and spectacular panoramic views out over Falmouth Bay. The guest house is also just a few minutes’ walk from Falmouth town centre with its wide range of shops and superb waterfront cafes, pubs and restaurants.
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Rates: From £40 single occupancy per night.
From £65 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Family room from £75 per night.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Falmouth Hoteliers Association Accredited.