The view from 3 Thetis Place... watching the boats out on the water is absolutely mesmerising!
The first floor sitting-room embraces the wonderful views.
Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor and shares the fabulous views.
What a great place for a glass of wine on a sunny evening!
The ground floor kitchen/dining-room is a wonderfully convivial place to gather.
What a view to wake up to!
The little courtyard outside the kitchen at the rear of the cottage is perfect for sunny summer evening meals.
Lots of local goodies from the local shops.
The kitchen area is fully equipped with all you could need for holiday living.
The kitchen/dining-room.
Falmouth is full of boats of all sizes and 3 Thetis Place is a fabulous location for watching them out on the water.
The spacious kitchen/dining-room has a wood-burner (great for cosy meals in cooler months).
Bedroom 1 has a king-size bed (5').
3 Thetis Place is the end of a small terrace of three cottages accessed through a private gateway onto their shared terrace, the house is now also painted blue.
The view from the terrace.
Three windows in the first floor sitting-room take in the panoramic views.
Comfortable sofas and books to read...if you can stop looking out of the windows!
There is a wood-burner effect stove for chillier evenings.
The sitting-room stretches the width of the cottage.
This little corner looks upriver towards Penryn.
Bedroom 2 is on the first floor.
Bedroom 2 has 'zip and link' beds (6' double or 3' singles).
The family shower-room is on the first floor (The bathroom is being refurbished and will be completed 13th December 2019, photos to follow).
There is a big double shower cubicle with a pressurised shower. (The bathroom is being refurbished and will be completed 13th December 2019, photos to follow).
The sunrises from 3 Thetis Place are just stunning (if you are up early enough).
Gyllyngvase beach is a fifteen minute walk away.
Swanpool has another popular local beach.
The King Harry Ferry sails from Trelissick Gardens (five miles from Falmouth) to the Roseland Peninsula.
The regular passenger ferry connects St Mawes to Falmouth several times a day.
Lovely St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula can be reached via car on the King Harry Ferry or by passenger ferry from Falmouth.

3 Thetis Place

4071

Falmouth / Sleeps 4 + cot

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7 Nights from  £480

October 2018

Fabulous place but let down by someone accessing the property on the penultimate day

Reply from Classic Cottages

We're so pleased that you liked the house but were sorry about the laundry company dropping the fresh linen off in the outhouse unexpectedly. We've made arrangements to ensure that if this needs to happen again, guests will be informed. Tanya, Customer Support


October 2018

An excellent cottage with wonderful views.


August 2018

Fantastic property, clean and well equipped. Spectacular views of Falmouth harbour with easy access to the town. We will definitely stay here again.


August 2018

The views make this lovely house quite exceptional. It is worth getting up early to watch the sunrise over the sea (and beautiful to see the moon rising in the evening). We found lots to do in Falmouth but were also very happy just sitting on the sofa (or outside the front of the house) simply watch the boats, the sky and sea.


June 2018

Fabulous place to stay, and the views are to die for.


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