Pubs / Restaurants in the Falmouth Area

  • Pubs and Restaurants

    • The Moth & The Moon

      Falmouth
      A cozy alehouse set over two floors indoors, pavement terrace to the front, and three tiered beer garden to the rear. We are on the left on The Moor.

    • Seaview Inn, FalmouthSeaview Inn

      Falmouth
      The bar is a large room with panoramic views over Falmouth estuary, and here or the front terrace seating are perfect for enjoying watching sailing in the harbour. Upstairs in the kitchen chef Tony prides himself on his range of traditional home cooking, using where-ever possible locally and ethically sourced ingredients. His thick-cut traditional chips are legendary in Falmouth and are available whenever potato quality allows.

    • The Lookout, FalmouthThe Lookout

      Falmouth
      Our bar / restaurant has views over the harbour and for those sunny days a relaxing patio to sit and watch the world go by. Our food is freshly prepared on the premises and we have a great mix of dishes be it hot, cold, spicy or just delicious. We source as much of our produce from local people, be it crab, pork, mussels. We offer a light breakfast until noon and then have our delicious lunch from then on. In the evenings we offer our ‘Tapas from around the World’.

    • The Boathouse, FalmouthThe Boathouse

      Falmouth
      Sit back and relax in a great environment with a cool refreshing drink, and a truly delicious dinner. Dance and sing along to a great live band, or simply enjoy a smooth pint from our selection of Cornish ales. To make your visit even more enjoyable why not sample our excellently cooked, freshly prepared and locally sourced food.

    • The Packet Station

      Falmouth
      The Packet Station is named after the famous fleet of packet ships. In 1688, the post office chose Falmouth as a packet station (or port) for handling overseas mail. This led to the building of a special fleet of fast, lightly armed ships known as Falmouth Packets and the heroics of packet captains, such as John Bull. Falmouth remained the leading packet station until the mid 19th century.

    • The Trengilly Wartha Inn, ConstantineThe Trengilly Wartha Inn

      Constantine
      We are a family run traditional Inn, situated in a gloriously sheltered valley close to the Helford River. We are ideally located to enjoy the very best of the Cornish countryside, with footpaths galore and beautiful stretches of coastline all within a few short miles. We mix excellent food (produced using local ingredients) with a comfortable inn, a friendly bar and some great events. Free Wi-Fi, families welcome and dog friendly.

  • Pubs and Restaurants

    • Seaview Inn, FalmouthSeaview Inn

      Falmouth
      The bar is a large room with panoramic views over Falmouth estuary, and here or the front terrace seating are perfect for enjoying watching sailing in the harbour. Upstairs in the kitchen chef Tony prides himself on his range of traditional home cooking, using where-ever possible locally and ethically sourced ingredients. His thick-cut traditional chips are legendary in Falmouth and are available whenever potato quality allows.

    • The Boathouse, FalmouthThe Boathouse

      Falmouth
      Sit back and relax in a great environment with a cool refreshing drink, and a truly delicious dinner. Dance and sing along to a great live band, or simply enjoy a smooth pint from our selection of Cornish ales. To make your visit even more enjoyable why not sample our excellently cooked, freshly prepared and locally sourced food.

    • The Lookout, FalmouthThe Lookout

      Falmouth
      Our bar / restaurant has views over the harbour and for those sunny days a relaxing patio to sit and watch the world go by. Our food is freshly prepared on the premises and we have a great mix of dishes be it hot, cold, spicy or just delicious. We source as much of our produce from local people, be it crab, pork, mussels. We offer a light breakfast until noon and then have our delicious lunch from then on. In the evenings we offer our ‘Tapas from around the World’.

    • The Moth & The Moon

      Falmouth
      A cozy alehouse set over two floors indoors, pavement terrace to the front, and three tiered beer garden to the rear. We are on the left on The Moor.

    • The Packet Station

      Falmouth
      The Packet Station is named after the famous fleet of packet ships. In 1688, the post office chose Falmouth as a packet station (or port) for handling overseas mail. This led to the building of a special fleet of fast, lightly armed ships known as Falmouth Packets and the heroics of packet captains, such as John Bull. Falmouth remained the leading packet station until the mid 19th century.

    • The Trengilly Wartha Inn, ConstantineThe Trengilly Wartha Inn

      Constantine
      We are a family run traditional Inn, situated in a gloriously sheltered valley close to the Helford River. We are ideally located to enjoy the very best of the Cornish countryside, with footpaths galore and beautiful stretches of coastline all within a few short miles. We mix excellent food (produced using local ingredients) with a comfortable inn, a friendly bar and some great events. Free Wi-Fi, families welcome and dog friendly.