hotels by the sea in cornwall

Stir from a deep sleep. Lift your head from plush pillows. Draw back the curtains to see sun-speckled waters and hear the sounds of the sea. If you’re looking for hotels by the sea in Cornwall, our perfectly appointed rooms make every day worth getting up for.

Stylish, contemporary and fresh – when it comes to comfort and character, The Greenbank Hotel’s rooms have it all. From views to stop you in your tracks, to wide-headed showers that you won’t want to leave – we’ve taken care of the smallest details so you can get lost in your stay. Whether it’s a single, double, or family room you’re after, we’ve got the right space for your needs.

Each room includes:

• En-suite bathrooms with local Living Sea Therapy toiletries
• Direct dial telephones
• Hairdryers
• Complimentary tea and coffee
• Flat screen TVs
• Free WiFi
• Falmouth area info
• 24 hour room service


Room prices vary depending on the time of year, but be assured that if you book directly with us you will receive our best available rate – guaranteed. What’s more, if you book online we will give you £10 to spend with us when you stay, however you please.


"The beds are some of the comfiest we’ve slept in – although they're narrowly beaten as our favourite thing about the place by the harbour views from the room’s bay window."

Escapism Magazine

"On the outside the hotel maintains a distinct maritime aesthetic but inside, its rooms are stylish with all the modern touches and stunning harbour views to boot."

The Independent

"The rooms are comfy, painted in heritage shades of pearl, pewter and charcoal, sometimes with a single wall of bright hipster wallpaper but never too flamboyant. The river views are the star turn here."

London Evening Standard

"The Greenbank Hotel is almost as old as Falmouth itself, dating back to 1640. Home to a classic style that boasts a contemporary elegance, the large communal spaces are flooded with natural light where panoramic harbour views are a focal point."

The Telegraph

"A view to take your breath away. It certainly did mine."

The Birmingham Post