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Boasting stunning views across the estuary, settle in for a comfortable stay at this historic hotel nestled in Falmouth's harbour. With fine Cornish fare served in the restaurant and interiors that successfully blend characterful history with contemporary comfort, this coastal bolthole is sure to provide a memorable escape for those that venture here.

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Ideally positioned for exploring the South West Coastal Path and the cobbled streets of Falmouth, peppered with independent boutiques, eateries, galleries and antiques, the hotel boasts views across the Fal estuary to the quaint village of Flushing from its waters edge position

Vist the nearby National Maritime Museum, Henry VIII's Pendennis Castle and the renowned sub-tropical gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan.

By car: just off the A39 towards Falmouth, the hotel is 30 minutes from Truro, 50 minutes from Newquay and a couple of hours from Exeter. Limited free on-site parking is available.

By train: Falmouth Town is a short taxi ride from the hotel or 20 minutes by foot. Regular connections from Truro reached from Penzance and Exeter. Book trains to Falmouth Town.

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Perfect for those seeking a stylish bolthole on the South Cornish Coast, design notes nod towards the coastal surroundings, whilst bold colours create warm and inviting spaces. Dating back to 1640, The Greenbank is home to a classic style that boasts contemporary elegance with large communal spaces flooded with natural light and offers panoramic harbour views.


The hotel boasts it's own pub, The Working Boat, and service is friendly and welcoming. You can arrive by boat, alighting on the private pontoons, and there are a number of water sports activities to enjoy during your stay.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • The Working Boat pub
  • Terrace
  • Treatment room

  • Dog friendly

  • Family-friendly
  • Crabbing lines, dominoes, buckets and spades
  • Water sports
  • Local events


Many of the show-stopping bedrooms offer original artwork and harbour-facing wingback chairs and all boast rich palettes of ochre, teals, blues, burnt orange and ochre. Bathrooms offer energy-saving deluxe showers but for the ultimate relaxing stay, opt for a Master Suite that has an opulent standalone bath.

Room types: The Florence Suite, The Lookout Suite, Deluxe Rooms, Classic Rooms, Superior Rooms

Key amenities: ensuite bathrooms with The White Company toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Serving everything from breakfast and brunch to afternoon tea and dinner, the restaurant is elegant with a regional edge and seeks to showcase the finest ingredients. There's a regularly changing menu with plenty of fresh fish, meat and game offered.

The Water's Edge: 2 AA rosettes, fine dining, afternoon tea and a kids' menu. All-day dining. Two courses for £22.

Terrace: Afternoon teas from £15 per person.

The Working Boat: ​quality pub grub, seasonal menu. Mains from £12.

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