From the Caribbean to Cornwall: Judi and her family returned from Grenada in the West Indies seven years ago adding their own character and flavour to Falmouth Lodge Backpackers. They are now well established as a friendly and comfortable hostel welcoming more than just backpackers to enjoy all that Cornwall has to offer.
Why Stay at Falmouth Lodge
The hostel is just 2 minutes’ walk from the Blue Flag Gyllyngvase beach and the South-West Coast Path and 5 minutes’ walk to the train station, town centre and harbour including National Maritime Museum, Rick Stein’s newly opened fish restaurant and Pendennis Castle.
What Else Does Falmouth Have to Offer?
Falmouth’s beautiful natural harbour provides a picturesque background to the main street of charming shops, galleries, restaurants, cafés and pubs; with great opportunities to sample Cornish cream teas, home made pasties, fresh local seafood and locally brewed real ales.
An eclectic mix of live music and fringe theatre can be found in tucked away venues on most nights
We have wonderful waters to explore and a wide variety of watersports on offer – sea kayaking, sailing, surfing, fishing, diving and paddleboarding.
Its an ideal base to explore Cornwall – the rugged north coast, only 30 mins away with it’s mining history and its surf – to the beautiful, unspoiled Helford and Lizard on the south coast; Ferries to St Mawes and the Roseland; Eden Project; the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Land’s End and the Minnack Theatre; the Tate Gallery at St Ives, Falmouth Art Gallery.
What Falmouth Lodge Backpackers Has to Offer
- Well equipped kitchen and cosy lounge with TV/DVD and games.
- Small, mixed & single sex dorms available plus a double en-suite.
- Walking distance from town and train station.
- Free tea and coffee all day
- Simple complimentary breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi & Internet Facilities.
- Free Parking.
- No Curfew.