Looking across the marina to the lock gate through which boats can set out to sea (the flat roof of the building far right is the apartment's terrace).
The light-filled sitting-room.
The well equipped kitchen.
The bedroom looks out towards the lifeboat station.
Port Pendennis marina, where Pebbles is situated.
Chat to your chef while relaxing on the sofa.
The open plan living space is very sociable.
The comfortable interior of the apartment is beautifully furnished.
Coastal features throughout this lovely property.
What to cook?
Hopefully someone will bring you breakfast in bed.
Enjoy the view from the dining table.
There is enough space to invite friends around for lunch.
The terrace outside the dining-room.
Looking down from the terrace at the boats moored below.
There are yachts of all sizes moored in the marina.
The master bedroom with calming tones.
The master bedroom is lovely and light.
The modern shower room.
You can walk around the marina edge to get into the heart of Falmouth, perfect for popping out for breakfast or a leisurely evening meal.
Gyllyngvase beach is a five minute walk away with the popular Gylly Cafe right on the beach.
Swanpool beach can be reached along the coastal footpath and has both a lovely beach cafe and seafood bistro.

Pebbles

2635

Falmouth / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

7 Nights from £416 - £785

How many holiday apartments offer the chance of falling asleep with a Royal Navy vessel moored almost alongside then waking with a luxury cruise liner in its place? Add views from the terrace over a multitude of yachts in the inner marina at Port Pendennis, and there is always something to watch on the water! Pebbles is a beautifully appointed third floor apartment in the prestigious Challenger Quay development, a contemporary security-gated complex next to Falmouth’s historic dockyard, National Maritime Museum and Events Square. High ceilings, quality furnishings and lovely artwork add to the apartment’s welcoming ambience. A lift is available but its operation cannot be guaranteed so for safety purposes guests must be able to access the third floor on foot.

The town’s shops, restaurants and bars are all within a level walk of Challenger Quay, with Events Square hosting great activities like the Cider and Folk Fair, Fal Fish Festival and the Oyster Festival. Gyllyngvase beach, with the popular Gylly Beach Cafe, is a short walk away with the coastal footpath passing right along the seafront and on towards Swanpool and Maenporth beaches and the Lizard peninsula beyond. There are wonderful sub-tropical gardens to explore at Glendurgan and Trebah just five miles away, so this is the perfect location for those who like to get out and explore the coastline and countryside, then return to guaranteed comfort and the convenience of the town’s amenities a short stroll away.


Ground Floor

Shared Entrance hall


Third Floor

Entrance hall

Open plan living-room with kitchen-area. TV and Blu-ray DVD player. Electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher

Dining-room

Bedroom with double bed (5') and TV

Shower-room with double shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Private parking for 1 medium-sized car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 400 yds
  • Terrace furniture
  • 4 electric convector heaters and 1 NS heater