THE LOOKOUT SUITE

our newest room with a view

Previously an underused function room, The Lookout Suite project completed in the summer of 2017.

With nautical influences and a rich colour palette of burnt oranges, dark teals and blues, it is a sophisticated, opulent space.

From The Lookout’s cosy lounge area or balcony, gaze out at the boats in Falmouth’s historic harbour and across the water to the quaint fishing village of Flushing. Or get buried by bubbles in your roll-top bath, glass of wine in hand.

Key features include:

  • Super king sized bed
  • Separate lounge area with sofa bed and bespoke furniture
  • Sensor lighting in the bedroom and bathroom
  • Private balcony
  • Large walk-in shower and cast iron roll-top bath
  • All the mod cons including TVs, fridge, safe, music docking station, and tea and coffee making facilities

BOOK YOUR CORNISH ADVENTURE

Call us now on 01326 312440 or email our reception team to book your stay at The Greenbank

“Every piece of furniture in the room is bespoke – the bed, sofa bed, armchairs, desk chair and so on – are all designed exclusively for The Greenbank. All the paints used are Farrow and Ball, the wallpaper is from Cole & Son. Fabrics include Harlequin, Sanderson and Scion.”

Designer Matt Hulme

"The clean, bright Cornish light floods the suite and it is a joy to spend time in there. The picturesque dwellings in Flushing on the opposite shore look full of intrigue. The pink thatched cottage with its private mooring must have many a story to tell. Regal swans float serenely here and there, seagulls hover on the breeze at eye level and the tide laps calmly over the seaweed-smothered shore right below the window."

Riddle Magazine

"Sink into an inspiring setting with a characterful history and contemporary comfort at The Greenbank, Falmouth’s oldest hotel and a coastal retreat with lashings of style and maritime heritage at its heart."

The Telegraph

"We took desserts in our suite, meaning that I could eat the best sticky toffee pudding of my life in bed looking out at the sea lulling itself gently into dusk. Heavenly."

Riddle Magazine