It’s been many years since I’ve visited the great British seaside and Falmouth did not disappoint. It was stop two on the grandparent visiting trip where I spent my time meeting (and re-meeting) pretty much all of Topher’s family.
Emma found this B&B for us to stay in and it was awesome. I wish I’d taken more photos of it inside but I definitely recommend it. Very clean and modern and their breakfast is delicious!
They even had a resident cat who we affectionately named Tripod as he or she only had three legs. Still they were such a playful and friendly little thing. This only cemented my need for cats of my own. Soon!
Our first afternoon in Falmouth was spent wandering the main street of Falmouth; Emma and I looking in all the pretty shops and Topher and Luther perusing the book shops before giving up on us girls and heading to Cafe Nero.
This shop was like stepping into tv’s Hoarders. If you have the patience, it’s worth a look for a vintage gem.
After visiting every pretty shop (there were a lot) we found the boys having a little date…with their DS’s.
Then it was off to visit the grandparents and indulge in my first ever proper cornish pasty!
Have you ever been to Cornwall?