The Falmouth Stable
Great food, pizzas, burgers, great range of local ciders. Good service and ambience.
It's a South West chain but it's a good chain! Beautiful building, the old Harbour Master's, great views, warm lighting, lots of wood and good food. Lots of different ciders, but enough beers and wine if cider's not your thing!
The Stable for pizza, pie and cider. Nothing beats the Longhorn Jim for us
“The Princess Pavillion. Just at the end of the road and well worth a visit. The gardens are full of exotics and succulents and very well kept. You can move through the gardens on your way down to the Cliff Road as an alternative route to the beach. There is a small play area suitable for toddlers. The bandstand is operational and usually there is a band playing on Sunday afternoons.”
“A 7 minute walk passing the nature reserve and you will be at the local beach. This small cove has a sandy beach and crystal clear water offering safe bathing. There is a beach cafe, Kayak and Paddleboard hire. This is a family friendly and relaxing place at any time of day.”
“Small local neighbourhood cafe by day (great coffee, breakfasts, lunches) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights it's open from 6.30 for tapas and meals. Home cooked food well made. Geared towards meat/fish eaters with some veggie options. No bookings so queue from 6.15, it's worth it! ”
“We've visited this restaurant on several occasions its one of the best low key seafood restaurants in Falmouth. Great experience but they only take cash and you must book well in advance to secure a table, oh and be prepared to get your hands dirty. Shellfish only!”