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St Michaels Resort, Falmouth, Cornwall
The perfect resort to relax and unwind in, this newly revamped hotel boasts stunning views across sub-tropical gardens to Gyllyngvase Beach. The interiors are drawn from the coastal landscape that surrounds you, with a beach-chic vibe that's modern without being fussy. Suited to those seeking either a relaxing coastal getaway, with downtime in the South West's largest hydra pool, or an active break walking the Coastal Path, taking an exercise class, or participating in an outdoor activity. St Michaels offers the ultimate immersive break with a focus on wellbeing and activity-led experiences. Sit back, watch the waves and tuck into seasonal Cornish produce at this beachside retreat - you'll be sure to leave with a new lease of life.
Gyllyngvase Beach Café is just ten minutes' walk away - serving yummy treats, it's the ideal spot to kick back and watch the breakers.
St Michaels is a short stroll from the shops, pubs and cafés in Falmouth town centre, and well-positioned for walks along the coast or lazy days on the beach.
By car: The hotel is 5 hours 15 mins from London, 3 hours 10 mins from Bristol and 1 hour 35 mins from Plymouth. There is plenty of free parking on-site.
By train: London Paddington to Falmouth Town (via Truro) takes 5 hours 20 mins. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the station. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
St Michaels is suited to anyone looking for a rejuvenating or exhilarating coastal escape, with the flexibility to tailor your stay accordingly. Dreamy blue, green and grey Farrow & Ball hues create the Cornish coastal aesthetic, bringing the outside in.
Service & Facilities
Relax in the red cedar hot tub and Finnish barrel sauna, before sinking into the hydra pool, for a blissful afternoon. There are seven dog-friendly rooms with large comfy dog beds, treats, water bowls, towels and poo bags, along with a dog-friendly guide of the area full of recommended walks, including year-round and seasonal beaches.
- Two restaurants
- Bar and lounge
- Spa and wellness centre
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Family rooms
- Tennis court
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Large Luxury rooms in the Beach House, with comfy seating areas, super-king beds and plenty of Cornish light, stand out. The generous light-filled living space, along with the six-foot wide, pocket sprung bed add a real wow factor.
Cabin Single, Classic Single, Cosy Double, Classic King/Twin, Classic King/Twin with Sundeck, Classic King/Twin with a View, Luxury King, Luxury King with Sundeck, Large Luxury King
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower, towels, Elemis toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
We can't get enough of the deliciously fresh plates served in the Garden Kitchen, with its minimal aesthetic and sea-facing deck overlooking Gyllyngvase Beach.
Brasserie on the Bay: fresh fish and seafood, local produce, salads, sandwiches, sharing platters, Sunday roasts. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £15.50.
Garden Kitchen: Mediterranean dining, salads, snacks, stone-baked pizzas, pasta, cakes, smoothies, juices. Currently closed as part of COVID-secure plan. Larger plates from £10.50.
The Bar and Lounge: cocktails, fine wines, premium spirits. Afternoon tea served on Saturdays between 2.30-5pm.