Quesda is a large, terraced cottage in the town of Falmouth. The cottage accommodates up to 8 guests across 3 bedrooms. This is a fantastic base for exploring the area, not being in the hustle and bustle of the main streets it provides a calm relaxing environment.
It is very unusual and quirky; downstairs is a bedroom with a downstairs shower room and separate toilet. There is a sitting room and a separate dining room, the main kitchen is also located on the ground floor with access to the wild garden. Upstairs are two more bedrooms, a family bathroom, a kitchenette, and a large lounge. The layout downstairs would suit people who do not want to manage the stairs, in larger groups the main sitting room upstairs is spacious with plenty of seating, the kitchenette offers easy access for making snacks, hot or cold drinks and for microwaving meals, saving the trips up and downstairs to the main kitchen whilst the sofa bed allows for an additional two people to sleep. The furniture is eclectic and mismatched which adds to the character of the property.
The private enclosed garden at the rear is a fantastic place for children to play and explore, there are so many places to hide, the lawn is surrounded by wild borders full of shrubs and flowers great for attracting wildlife. The patio allows for al-fresco dinning, morning coffee or lunch, the tranquillity of the surroundings is great for relaxing after a busy day out. Why not sit in the covered area with a drink in the evening and unwind. The cinema is just across the road from the property, and a small supermarket is just a few minutes away. The bus stop is just outside the property.
Falmouth has the deepest natural harbour and is a popular destination for cruise ships. When you are walking along enjoying an ice cream or fish and chips see how many different ships and boats you can see. A great day out is to go to the National Maritime Museum in Event Square, surrounded by cafes and restaurants great place to people watch. The cobbled streets are full of small independent shops as well as several bakeries selling pasties! Gyllyngvase beach is the largest sandy beach in Falmouth, popular with families, great for water sports and in the evening enjoy a stroll along the promenade. For the walkers you can reach the beaches at Maenporth and Swanpool, admire the rugged coastline, the hedgerows of wildflowers and gorse and watch the wide variety of birds.
Another place to visit is the 16th-century Fort at Pendennis Castle, you can walk around the moat and follow the coastal paths or book tickets to see inside this impressive historic building. If you fancy going further afield Truro is the city of Cornwall, see the magnificent cathedral, wander around and discover some local gems. With a wide selection of bars, restaurants, and cafes it caters for everyone, why not book to see a show at the newly refurbished Hall for Cornwall.