Falmouth and Cornwall

There is so much to do and see around Falmouth and within Cornwall and that's why it's repeatedly visited by over 4 million people anually! We have the weather, wildlife, attractions and charm to keep you all coming back year upon year. - And that suits us just fine!

Falmouth

Boasting one of the deepest natural harbours in the world Falmouth is regarded as a key shipping port globally, so as you can imagine we have lot's of sailing, fishing and history. If any of that interests you, take a visit to the National Maritime Museum.

Maybe you want to come and experience an outdoor adventure, or new experience? Why not try Stand Up Paddleboarding at WeSUP - It's great fun and when the weather is out, there is nothing like it! (Plus Quote "Braemar and Recieve 10% discount of your session)

It wouldbe possible to sit and list the endless activities and attraction in our local area but there is simply not time, if you find yourself wanting to know more just visit the Falmouth website, it lists lots of our up coming events, activities and days out for all ages.

Both of the local universities offer sites surrounding Braemar. Woodland is only 5 minutes walk away whereas the shared Tremough campus is less than a 10 minute drive. Perfect for visitors and interviews!

 

Rest of Cornwall

If you want to venture further affield the local train station is a 2 minute walk from Braemar (One of the closest in Falmouth). Cornwall has always been famous for its stunning coastline, sunny skies and good old holiday feelings, more recently however you may have been watching Poldark? So, if its a little bit of Adrian Turner you like why not test your nerves and visit some of the preserved Tin Mines our our past such as 'The Poldark Mine' - They offer guided tours underground giving you a real feel of what it was really like! (Except you get a hard hat, and they didn't).

There is ofcourse the surfing too... A passtime which no visit to Cornwall would be complete without! A short journey to Praa Sands, Porthtowan or Godrevy and you will have more surf school to choose from that probably anywhere in the world. Prices usually start from around £10 for board hire or £30 for a lesson. We have lots of professionals locally do you think you could beat them?