Falmouth Lodge Backpackers, 9 Gyllyngvase Terrace, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 4DL
Falmouth’s beautiful natural harbour provides a picturesque background to the main street of charming shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs. Voted the 2nd best coastal town, Falmouth is renowned for its sandy beaches, Pendennis Castle, exotic gardens, Art Galleries and Princess Pavilions. Go sightseeing on ferries to St Mawes, Truro, Flushing and the Helford. On a rainy day visit the National Maritime Museum and the Ships and Castle leisure pool. Take advantage of all manner of watersports – kayaking and paddleboarding, available right on the doorstep, with both tuition and equipment hire. Alternatively – fishing trips, sailing, diving and surfing all available from the town. Judi and her family returned from Grenada in the West Indies several years ago adding their own character and flavour to Falmouth Lodge Backpackers. They welcome guests to enjoy, not just Falmouth but also all else that Cornwall has to offer Relaxed, friendly and clean, Falmouth Lodge Backpackers is just two minutes’ walk from the Blue Flag Gyllyngvase Beach and the South West Coast Path plus only eight minutes’ walk into town, the harbour and the station. Free WiFi and internet facilities. Free parking. No curfew. Complimentary tea, coffee and breakfast. Well-equipped kitchen and cosy lounge with TV/DVD and games. BBQ terrace.This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
or call Judi on
01326 319996 or 07525 722808
28: 2×2/3, 2 x4/5, 1×6/7, 1xdbl/family en suite (some sea views).
Open All Year Round. Reception open from 5pm
From £19 per person
Telephone or email in advance. First night deposit required to secure a reservation. Walk-ins also welcomed.
From the A30 take the A39 via Truro to Falmouth. Stay on the A39 in the direction of the castle and turn right into Gyllyngvase Road and then left into Gyllyngvase Terrace. Falmouth Lodge Backpackers hostel is No 9, on the left. Free Parking.
By train: Change at Truro for Falmouth Town. The train station is about 200 metres from the hostel. By bus: National Express provides a service to Falmouth from major towns and cities in the south and south-west of England. The bus station is in the town centre and it’s just a £3-3.50 taxi ride to the hostel. By air: You can fly from London Stanstead and London Gatwick to Newquay and then a bus trip or drive to Falmouth.
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Great for hiking, cycling, paddleboarding, kayaking, co-steering, swimming and diving.
Falmouth Lodge provides comfortable friendly affordable accommodation in a great location. Close to the beach and town and a good base from which to explore Cornwall. Great for hiking, cycling, paddleboarding, kayaking, co-steering, swimming and diving. Falmouth Lodge is a few minutes walk from Gyllyngvase beach and close to the South-West Coast Path. Nearly next door to the hostel is the Princess Pavilion, providing a great variety of live music and entertainment.
Falmouth Lodge is open all year and would love to host you.
Falmouth Lodge Backpackers is recommended by the Rough Guides and have a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. Situated close to the centre of town and just minutes from glorious beaches and the coast path,
Spotted at Pendennis Point.
Pendennis Point, just five mins walk from Falmouth Lodge is one of the best places in Cornwall to seals. Sometime we spot Basking Sharks and even dolphins. From the point there are also spectacular sea views of the Fal Estuary and Falmouth Bay. And you can visit Pendennis Castle while you’re there.