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The café is located directly on the lovely Castle Beach on Falmouth Sea Front providing stunning views out over Falmouth Bay. In one direction you have Rosemullion, Helford River and on to the Manacles. In the other direction you have Pendennis Castle with views beyond to St Anthony Lighthouse on the Roseland Peninsula. Just sit back, relax and enjoy tea, coffee or a light meal.

Castle Beach is well known in the area for providing safe, clean and sheltered bathing waters. In addition to the warm, sandy beach, there are a large number of rock pools, ideal for scrambling over and exploring on a warm sunny day.

The café has sundeck and dining area directly alongside with tables, chairs and parasols. We also provide deck chair hire. You can sit comfortably and enjoy a light meal in the dining area, relax in a deck chair on the raised sundeck or just spread out and enjoy Castle Beach itself. The beach also has a toilet block which is open throughout the summer months.

360º Beaches
360º Beaches is a new and unique guide to Cornwall's top beaches and surrounding areas, featuring stunning full screen 360º panoramas, that will immerse you into the screen and onto the beach! Check out the stunning panorama showing both Castle Beach and Castle Beach Café.
Castle Beach Café 360º Panorama
Falmouth is one of the foremost holiday destinations in the UK offering everything from superb, clean beaches to sailing, cliff walking and a bustling town centre with a wide range of shops and restaurants. There are boat trips available taking you out into the lovely Falmouth bay or up the beautiful Fal Estuary to the county town of Truro. You can also take the passenger ferry over to St Mawes on the lovely Roseland Peninsula. There are a wealth of local attractions in both Falmouth and the surrounding areas including:
Pendennis Castle
Constructed between 1540 and 1545, Pendennis Castle and its sister St Mawes Castle form the Cornish end of the chain of coastal castles built by Henry VIII to counter a threat from France and Spain. Thereafter Pendennis was frequently adapted to face new enemies over 400 years, right through until World War II. There are a wide range of attractions at the castle including an interactive exhibition. The views are also absolutely stunning.
National Maritime Museum
The National Small Boat Collection was originally developed by the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich. This is now housed in Falmouth where it has been extended by the addition of other craft. The award winning museum located on Falmouth's waterfront offers breathtaking views from the 29 metre tower, together with an underwater viewing location. There are also hands on interactive activities, audio visual features and a range of special exhibitions throughout the year.
Falmouth Art Gallery
The Town's art collection is one of the most important in Cornwall, and features works by major British artists including Sir Frank Brangwyn RA, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Charles Napier Hemy RA, Dame Laura Knight RA, Sir Alfred Munnings RA, William Strang RA, Henry Scott Tuke RA, John William Waterhouse RA, George Frederick Watts RA. The gallery is also both family friendly and free!
Princess Pavilion & Gllyngdune Gardens
The Princess Pavilion is a year round theatre and live music venue located in the lovely, adjoining Gllyngdune Gardens. There is an Edwardian bandstand providing regular free afternoon and evening entertainment, together with a licensed bar and café.
Visit Falmouth
If you are looking for accommodation in Falmouth, please check out the Visit Falmouth website where you will find a wide range of top quality hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation. Visit Falmouth is also a great resource for anyone visiting Falmouth as it has extensive information on everything from the best restaurants in the area to all the exciting events taking place in Falmouth.
Frixo Traffic Information
You can use the Frixo website to see live traffic information. Frixo specialises in traffic news and reports making it easy to plan your journey down to Falmouth. The site also provides a comprehensive weather forecast.
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