October Half Term breaks - making memories that last

Run free this half term and explore the beautiful Cornish coastline with a stay at The Royal Duchy in Falmouth, with adventure around every corner. 

Our October Half Term breaks leave everything taken care of. Whether you make the most of our babysitting and baby listening services whilst you enjoy alone time as a couple, or head out as a family group to one of the local attractions, there's something here for everyone! 

Your children will love all of this...

  • CRAYONS & COLOURING BOOK - In your room on arrival
  • FAMILY ROOM - With board games, toys, books, DVDs and Nintendo Wii
  • INDOOR SWIMMING POOL - With children's pool, floating aids and goggles
  • PIRATE'S SHIP - Outdoor play area
  • REUSEABLE DRINKS BOTTLE - For children's soft drinks
  • BEACH BUCKETS & SPADES - Fishing nets and crab buckets are also available to use
  • SNOOKER ROOM ACTIVITY PROGRAMME - During the school holidays
  • FREE SOFT DRINKS & ICE CREAMS - Available throughout your stay

Limited boot space? Why not travel light and request one of our Baby Packs when booking? 

Cornwall is spoilt for choice with family days out, some of which are only a stone's throw away from us. We've put details of some of the key locations below.

Make Falmouth your next family break, and book here at The Royal Duchy for a stress-free and luxurious 4-star break the whole family will love over October Half Term. 

Adult rates...

Children can either share a room with adults...

Or have their own room...

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. 

Things to do in and around Falmouth

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. 

Learn more about Falmouth’s fascination maritime heritage with National Maritime Museum Cornwall.

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.

Paradise Park

Paradise Park

140 species of animals, 650 birds, daily events, bird of prey displays, penguin feeding, indoor play areas and much more all add up to make Paradise Park, in Hayle near St Ives, a wonderful place for the whole family to visit. 

www.paradisepark.org.uk

Trebah Gardens

Trebah Gardens

Located near Mawnan Smith, this Cornish valley garden has over 4 miles of footpaths, full of exotic plants. 

www.trebahgarden.co.uk 

 

The Eden Project

The Eden Project

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

www.edenproject.com

Newquay Zoo

Newquay Zoo

Just a short distance from the famous town centre and beaches of Newquay is their wonderful zoo. Animals include Lions and other big cats, Lemurs and Meerkats, lots of Monkeys, Red Pandas, Penguins and Zebra. A packed day of talks and feedings mean there's always something to see. Take the family to "run wild, explore and release your inner animal".

www.newquayzoo.org.uk