I’ve just gotten back from Cornwall and I’ve been dying to share a little travel guide with you all.
My husband and I spent 2 nights, 3 days in the beautiful Falmouth, so this will be a guide of how to spend 72 hours in Cornwall. It was a lovely break away from London, although the 5 hour drive there and back wasn’t fun.
Any who, I will be discussing where to stay, where to eat, coffee shops and things to do! So without further a do…
Where to stay
We stayed at the stunning Greenbank hotel which was around £200 per night. Our room was lovely, the bed was HUGE, the bathroom was goals and the tea and biscuits went down like a treat. We also got complimentary breakfast in the mornings which was divine.
The location was great, it was a 5-10 minute walk into the town centre and a 30 minute walk away from the beach.
Where to stop for coffee
We overdosed on caffeine when the weather wasn’t so great.
Beacon coffee was my fave, the latte’s here were amazing.
Another great spot was Cavendish Coffee House, I enjoyed a hot chocolate here. The atmosphere was really lovely too. Also, check out De Wynns Falmouth’s original coffee shop, the mint tea was superb and Joe enjoyed his flat white.
And lastly, check out Bahama Mamas, a cute Mexican cafe with amazing cappuccinos and cocktails.
Where to eat
If you’re in the mood for fish and chips check out the award winning Harbour Lights.
For a Sunday roast you HAVE to visit Pennycomequick. The food was AMAZING and the service was the best. The vibe was really nice in this pub and I can’t believe it’s the first pub I’ve been in since March, cray.
If you’re in a pizza mood or you fancy some cider, you must visit The Stable. We had garlic bread, some rosemary wedges and a jackfruit pizza to share. I also had a raspberry and rhubarb cider which was lovely.
For brunch, you HAVE to check out Indidog, they serve the BEST fish finger sandwiches. Joe also had a cheese and asparagus sandwich and loved it. For drinks I had a green tea and Joe had a cookies and cream milkshake, divine.
Also, we only paid £17.50, half price – due to it being part of the government eat out scheme, so do take advantage of that.
For brekkie we indulged in a fry up from the Greenback hotel which was complimentary.
Things to do
Explore Falmouth town, lots of cute shops and restaurants about. And visit Gylly beach. Also check out the views from the Greenbank hotel!
Have you been to Cornwall? If so let me know your suggestions in the comments below. I’d love to go back and visit Newquay (been once before about 12 years ago) and St Ives.