- Property code: LAMOU
- Changeover day: Saturday
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Central heating
- Parking (see description for details)
- May be suitable for those with mobility problems
- Garden or outside space
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Nearby shop
- Tumble dryer
- Washing machine
La Mouette is a beautifully presented property in the heart of Falmouth - close enough to walk into town, yet just far enough away to avoid the bustle if you're looking for a peaceful afternoon in the garden. The historic port of Falmouth caters for most interests with plenty of restaurants and pubs, as well as the National Maritime Museum. A trip to 16th century Pendennis castle is well worth while as is Trebah garden. Alternatively get some exercise by enjoying one of the many scenic walks that surround the beautiful Fal estuary, or visit the beaches at Swanpool or Gyllnvase.
This spacious house has beautiful views of the estuary, and a sunny patio area where guests can relax or dine alfresco watching the comings and goings in the harbour. The house has a large sitting room with comfy sofas, patio doors leading to the terrace, a separate dining room, and a well-equipped kitchen. There are 3 light and airy bedrooms, with a master en-suite, and a sunny garden and terrace
Front door to hallway. Lounge with L shaped sofa, large wall-mounted flat screen TV and DVD player, and patio doors to the terrace. Well equipped kitchen with ceramic hob, oven, American style fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Dining room with seating for 6. Ground floor double bedroom 1 with 4ft 6in double bed and patio doors to the terrace. Small office with workstation desk. Family bathroom with bath, handheld shower, hand basin, WC and bidet. Period staircase to first floor. Master bedroom 2 with 5ft bed and small en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC. Twin bedroom 3 with two 3ft zip link beds (can be joined to create double, please specify choice at time of booking).
Terrace furnished with garden table and chairs with views of the estuary. Sloping enclosed garden. Charcoal BBQ
Designated parking space for 3 cars including garage space.
- Included: Bed linen, towels, (guests must provide their own beach towels), electricity, heating, Wi-Fi, travel cot and high chair on request.
- Regret no pets.
- No Telephone. Mobile reception good.
- Local Facilities: Beaches: Swanpool or Gyllnvase within 2 miles. Falmouth with restaurants, cafes, pubs, art galleries and all general facilities within 10 minutes’ walk.
Very clean, well-equipped and comfortable property. Private off-road parking a real bonus for stays in Falmouth. Would stay here again and would recommend to family and friends.
Hi Philip, Thanks so much for taking the time to add a review for La Mouette. We agree it's a great place to stay, and the views are fabulous. We'd love to welcome you back any time, Best wishes, Sara
- The Toad Hall Team
As ever, we enjoyed our stay. I believe this is our sixth time at the property and we hope to return later in the year.
25th August 2018
9th October 2018 - A wonderful dormer bungalow located within its own grounds with stunning views of the rover and coastline. We have now stayed here multiple times which is testimony to our enjoyment of the property. We shall return again in 2019. Internally the property is well appointed, and comfortable although the sofa in the living room does not offer the firm support I personally need to avoid back pain caused by poor posture, but that is me. Others in our party find it to suit their needs. The large screen TV is a boon which with internet access allows the viewing of a wide range of programming should the weather not support external activities. The kitchen is well laid out and offers everything for a self catering holiday. The bedrooms are all very comfortable. Externally a timber bench seat is provided although it is now seeing signs of wear and consideration should be given to its replacement. Similarly the paved patio which comprises a series of steps and terraces creates a comfortable space with the walled garden the build up of mould on its surface is both unsightly and at times can be hazardous as in wet conditions it can be slippery underfoot. If these elements could be subject to change then our enjoyment if the property would be further enhanced. All in all, we thoroughly enjoy our stays here.