Early Autumn Breaks - Experience Cornwall with us this October

Cornwall is bursting with arts and culture. From renowned art galleries to unique open-air theatres perched on cliff tops above the Atlantic Ocean, there is always something exciting taking place throughout the year.

Join us for an early autumn break between the

30th September and 18th October.

Enjoy a relaxing stay in an award winning two AA Rosette, silver 4-star hotel. Take in everything Cornwall has to offer and don't forget about our Cornish Experience for those staying for 3 or more nights.

Add Dinner for only £15 a night...

All rates are per person per night based on two sharing a double/twin room, except single rooms. Dinner includes an award-winning two AA rosettes three-course menu with coffee, served in the Pendennis Restaurant. Offer rates are subject to availability and apply to new bookings only. 

The Cornish Experience

Book for 3 nights or more and get these complimentary extras: 

• Free entry to one of the following: Trebah Garden, The National Maritime Museum or The Lost Gardens of Heligan

• Cornish Cream Tea • Cornish Orchards Cider Gift Box

• Cornish Pasty Luncheon

• Fresh Flowers and Tregothnan Tea Box

Art and Culture

Cornish arts and culture highlights include: 

Will you be visiting these attractions during your visit? 

Alternative ideas consist of...

Other things to do in and around Falmouth

Explore Falmouth’s lovely beaches

Explore Falmouth’s lovely beaches

Falmouth is home to four spectacular beaches, all within walking distance of The Royal Duchy Hotel! Gyllyngvase Beach one of the most popular beaches in Cornwall with Blue Flag status and RNLI Lifeguards across the summer months. Maenporth Beach, a stunning sandy cove with views across Falmouth Bay, jump on the coatal path to explore a little further. Swanpool Beach and Nature Reserve, a delightful swimming cove with adjoining Swanpool Lake Nature Reserve, excellent for watersports. Castle Beach, situated alongside Pendennis Point with views of Pendennis Castle, just a stone’s throw away from the hotel. At low tide each rock pool holds a hoard of wild treasure for you and your family to discover.

Explore Falmouth Beaches

Pendennis Castle

Pendennis Castle

A mighty fortress built by Henry VIII to defend Britain against invasion. The castle boasts an interactive exhibition and fantastic 360 degree views of the estuary. 

Visit http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/pendennis-castle/ for more information.

The Eden Project

The Eden Project

Housing the largest rainforest in captivity and stunning plants the biomes at Eden are spectacular. 

www.edenproject.com