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Perched on Falmouth's historic harbour, with stunning estuary views, the stylish Greenbank Hotel is ideally positioned for ocean lovers, as well as those wanting to explore the coast on foot. With its nautical charm and dreamy backdrop, plus an array of water sports, sea-faring activities and local events for all ages, The Greenbank makes for a spectacular holidaying spot for sampling the very best of the South Cornish coast.

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Natalie Millar-Partridge
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For over 15-years, Natalie has written extensively for regional, national and global publications, offering an inside track on unusual and exciting destinations; a highly curated approach to the most groundbreaking places to stay – from the super-luxe to the quirky, curiously different and considered properties to have on your radar. Natalie is based in South West England.



The quaint cobbled streets, lined with an eclectic mix of antiques shops and stylish cafés such as Beacon Coffee, are well worth exploring.

Overlooking Falmouth Harbour, The Greenbank and is a short walk from the town centre's pubs, bars and restaurants, as well as the beach.
By car: just of 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.

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Style & Character

The Greenbank is ideal for those looking for a stylish, conteporary base on the South Cornish coast. The hotel's chic interiors are decorated in coastal hues and feature subtle nautical influences; elegant bronze and brass fittings blend with oaks and glass.

Service & Facilities

The Working Boat, the hotel's very own pub, has an authentic and relaxed atmosphere, and serves fresh local produce right on the water's edge.

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

  • Dog friendly

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


The attention-to-detail throughout the bedrooms is impressive; we love the statement feature wall inspired by coastal scenes.

The Florence Suite, The Lookout Suite, Deluxe Rooms, Classic Rooms, Superior Rooms and nine Dog Friendly Rooms
Facilities include: en-suite bathrooms, local Living Sea Therapy toiletries, complimentary tea and coffee, 24-hour room service

Food & Drink

A laidback, freshly-caught fish 'n' chip supper enjoyed in The Working Boat, a chic spot right at the water's edge, will make your stay one to remember. This hearty, flavoursome Southwest produce is the true taste of Cornwall.

The Water's Edge: 2 AA rosettes, hearty breakfasts, fine dining, afternoon teas, kids' menu. All day dining available. Two courses for £22 or three courses for £26.
Terrace: traditional, special and 'Gentlemen's' afternoon teas from £15 per person.
The Working Boat: ​quality pub grub, seasonal menu. Occasional events. Mains from £12.

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