|Top 10 Ten Pubs in Falmouth Cornwall
The Seaview Inn
A cozy, very welcoming pub, offering a good selection of beers, excellent traditional pub food - all home-made using locally
sourced ingredients. If there is a chill in the air, you'll love the roaring fire - and when the weather is kind, the outside terrace is the
place to be - fantastic views!
The Quayside Inn
A big pub, right on the waterfront. Very popular - mainly due to its location. Gets very busy in peak holiday season but is equipped
to cope with the masses. A good menu, large portions too! Decent selection of beers.
The Packet Station
A Wetherspoon pub, big, basic, and usually busy. Not the cosiest or prettiest pub in town - but great value.
I think the interior is supposed to look like an ocean liner - but I'm not sure!
The Star & Garter
Traditional pub at the top end of Falmouth High Street. Friendly atmosphere. Fantastic Views. Good food.
Live music quite often, and (strangely) a massive collection of tea-pots all around the place!
Small, CAMRA (Pub of The Year) award winning pub on the Custom House Quay.
Friendly atmosphere. Fantastic beers.
Not much room, so can get crowded at weekends. A few seats outside on the quay.
Great place for real-ale lovers to enjoy a proper pint early on a summer's evening!
Seven Stars (Flushing) - not to be confused with The Seven Stars (Falmouth)
The oldest pub in Falmouth is called The Seven Stars - it is a rather tatty, "local's pub" and it doesn't do food!
The Seven Stars - Flushing is a different story. Just a short ferry ride from Falmouth in the village of Flushing, this pub is a little
gem. Good beer, great location on the waterfront, friendly atmosphere, and great food.
The Chain Locker
Nice "Nautical" pub on Quay Street. Great views of Custom Quay.
A kind of salty old sea-dog of a pub. Bare floorboards, lots of maritime memorabilia.
Very much in keeping with its location and with Falmouth's maritime history. Some excellent beers too!
A very welcoming traditional pub on Beacon Street, offering a good selection of beers, excellent food (not traditional pub-grub but
very nice just the same all locally sourced, superbly prepared, and served with a smile).
If there is a chill in the air, you'll love the covered and heated terrace with unrivalled views across the water.
Five Degrees West
A fantastic pub! Something for everyone. Great location, easy parking - close to The National Maritime Museum. Loads of space,
great food, lively atmosphere, very popular. And check out 5 Degrees Below (downstairs) - live music and a non-stop party
atmosphere - very popular with the young and trendy crowd.
Waterman's Ale House
On Market Street - with a huge terrace hanging out over the water. Popular with the younger crowd.
Good selection of beers. Lively, relaxed, informal atmosphere.