Late Availability

These reduced rates are available from 9th - 22nd August inclusive 

Looking for a last minute break take a look at our late availability deals 

  • Room & Breakfast from £85
  • Dinner, Room & Breakfast from £100

Stay Sunday 13th or Sunday 22nd August 

  • Room & Breakfast from £80
  • Dinner, Room & Breakfast from £95

These rates are per person per night based two people sharing a Standard Inland Room unless stated.  Higher rates apply for all other room categories and may apply to selected dates during this time. Rates apply to new bookings made after 9th August and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer  

Explore Falmouth’s lovely beaches

Explore Falmouth’s lovely beaches

Two of Falmouth’s beautiful sandy beaches are within very easy walking distance of The Royal Duchy Hotel. Gyllyngvase Beach is a fantastic beach with stunning views and a wide arc of clean, golden sand. Castle Beach is ideal for rockpooling and has sweeping views across Falmouth Bay and towards Pendennis Castle.

Visit https://www.falmouth.co.uk/see-and-do/beaches/ for more information.

Water Sports

Water Sports

Praa Sands, between Helston and Penzance, and Kennack Sands on the Lizard peninsula both offer some good beach breakers for surfers, while the challenging conditions at Porthleven, near Penzance, put it on every experienced surfer’s must-see list.

The Falmouth area has great conditions for water sports, including sailings, kayaking and surfing. Big Blue Watersports on the Lizard offer lessons in windsurfing and kayaking for all age groups and abilities.

Click here to find out more.

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth

An award-winning museum with 15 galleries spread over five floors. These excellent exhibits bring to life the maritime history of or island nation, right up to the present day. There are lots of hands-on activities to try. 

Visit http://nmmc.co.uk/ for more information.

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.