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The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall - Advertisement Feature

PUBLISHED: 22:53 23 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:05 20 February 2013

The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall - Advertisement Feature

The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall - Advertisement Feature

THE GREENBANK HOTEL<br/><br/>Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth is one of Cornwall's leading hotels, with 60 bedrooms, an AA rosette restaurant with stunning harbour views and excellent facilities for weddings and conferences. It even has its own private quay.

THE GREENBANK HOTEL


The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth is one of Cornwalls leading hotels, with 60 bedrooms, an AA rosette restaurant with stunning harbour views and excellent facilities for weddings and conferences. It even has its own private quay.


And now The Greenbank has just been award a 4 star grading by the AA, proving that the service and attention to detail matches the superb location.


Hotel accommodation in Cornwall doesnt get much better than this. You'll find our bedrooms spacious, well equipped and luxurious.


60 COMFORTABLE BEDROOMS


Many of the bedrooms have breathtaking views across the Harbour to Flushing and the Roseland Peninsula. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, deluge showers, duvets, flat screen TVs and Free WiFi.


There are single, double and triple bedded rooms, plus Executive and Deluxe bedrooms with king size beds and even fluffy Greenbank bathrobes and slippers. Or really treat yourself in the luxury Sheldrake Suite which even features a tripod mounted brass telescope for you to take a closer look at the activity in the Harbour.


FINE DINING


The Harbourside Restaurant is a comfortable and relaxed place to dine, elevated above Falmouth harbour. The menu is best described as Modern British and is littered with refreshing touches. Produce is locally sourced, for example meat is sourced from Brian Etheringtons Meat Company of Scorrier and Chef often hand picks wild garlic, sorrel, fennel, nettles and seasonal berries from the local area. Sometimes even the Rock Lobsters are line caught from the Hotels private quay.


RELAXING BAR


The bar is a great place to relax, read, talk, laugh or just daydream as you look out across Falmouth Harbour. You can sit back in a soft comfy chair and relax. Or enjoy the fresh harbour air in the summer on the sunlit terrace, with a long cool drink. The Greenbank also has a passion for cocktails with a monthly list featuring six excellent recipes.


WEDDINGS


With its unique location and uninterrupted views overlooking the Fal Estuary, The Greenbank Hotel provides an ideal backdrop for a wedding. The hotels stunning waterfront views and private beach, combined with a dedicated wedding team, excellent service and first class cuisine, together create the perfect Falmouth wedding venue - few Cornwall wedding venues can possess such a picturesque setting as this one.


BUSINESS MEETINGS


The Greenbank Hotel has considerable experience in providing facilities and services for business meetings, seminars and private events. There are 4 conference rooms catering from 2 to 90 delegates, with room layouts available as needed. Around the hotel there are many breakout areas for tea and coffee breaks, as well as the Harbourside Restaurant for conference lunches.


LOCAL AREA


You'll find hundreds of ways to relax in Falmouth and the beautiful Cornwall countryside. Take a stroll in the cobbled streets of Old Falmouth, or wander down to see the catch coming ashore at the quayside.


New to Falmouth for 2010 is the new Rick Stein Fish and Chips restaurant on Discovery Quay.


We are supporting Cornwalls Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which along with National Parks are considered to be the most special landscapes in the country and belong to an international family of protected areas. Cornwall has 12 designated areas, with the purpose to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the area.


ENQUIRIES


Do contact us with any enquiries you may have:


THE GREENBANK HOTEL, Harbourside, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2SR


Tel: +44 (0) 1326 312440


Email: reception@greenbank-hotel.co.uk


www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

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