Dating back to the 1780’s, De Wynns is now a traditional coffee shop which boasts views of the beautiful Falmouth harbour. The listed building sits in the centre of Falmouth where its quaint Bow windows look out onto the high street.
Originally a hotel stood on the site; it was a popular meeting place for packet ship Captains awaiting their orders. Today, it is a coffee house, producing an abundance of good quality food, freshly made with local produce. As well as a delicious selection of coffees and cakes, the option of a pot of Tregothnan tea, with home-made scones, Boddingtons jam and Roddas clotted cream on top, make a perfect cream tea.
The menu extends to sandwiches and salads, featuring locally caught crab and other local delectables!
A cup of de Wynns house coffee with a shot of something delicious (Tia Maria, Brandy, Whiskey etc) topped off with fresh cream, will perk you up day or night.
Address: De Wynns, 55 Church Street, Falmouth, TR113DS
The Courtyard Deli & Kitchen in Falmouth offers a range of delicious produce from different countries and cultures.
Our ambition is to help people enjoy different flavour and menu combinations to supplement the great Cornish produce locally available.
Our passion for sourcing and preparing great ingredients means you can find a wonderfully diverse range of fresh and cooked foods to tempt you.
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To meet your independent transport needs, we are pleased to offer you a choice from our extensive fleet, which comprises of Saloons and Estates, along with Six & Seven Seater People Carriers. Abacus Taxis have been established for over 17 years and with the largest fleet in town you are assured to get a reliable and professional service from fully licensed drivers, who are happy to show you the sights of Falmouth, whether it be a local journey or to explore the beautiful Cornish Coasts.
Recently mentioned in The Telegraph as the favoured pasty shop in Falmouth, we boast an impressive selection of homemade and traditional pasties. There's something for everyone with flavours such as the fish pie pasty, the Jamaican pattie pasty, chicken, chorizo and pumpkin, hungarian chilli beef, chicken and tarragon butter, cornish gouda, kale and pumpkin, feta with wild garlic and hazelnut pesto and spiced chickpea. We also serve delicious falafel boxes, fresh and tasty salads, very generous doorstep sandwiches and a mouthwatering selection of local ice cream both dairy and dairy free! We can also provide hampers with advance notice and bulk orders. We are perched right on the harbour so no fuss with collection, our service is bespoke, we look forward to serving you.
Address: The Dog & Smuggler, Custom House Quay, Arwenack street, Falmouth, TR113SB
TONI&GUY is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of hairdressing and delivering creativity, quality and consistency to every client. TONI&GUY Falmouth boasts up to date hairdressing skills in a relaxed seaside setting. We also offer bridal packages for your big day, and a manicure service at our nail bar overlooking the harbour. For appointments with our London Trained Stylists and Colour Experts why not come visit us in our central location in busy Market Street.
We are Andrea, Jodie and Krista and we run the friendliest launderette in town!
If you love doing your own laundry, come on in to use our self service machines. We'd love to see you.
Busy life? Then let us take the load - drop off your laundry before noon and it will be freshly laundered and folded ready for you to collect by 6pm.
We care about the environment so we offer eco-friendly products as well as your favourite brands.
We also offer a collection and delivery service to businesses - just give us a call to book in your load.
Jam is a shabby and quite groovy, flock wallpapered shop stuffed with comfy sofas, formica and battered old standard lamps for that lived in feel. On the High Street in what the marketeers might call Falmouth’s old quarter… truly a street with no chains but all the best shops. Is it record shop? is it a cafe? yes it is...
Born in the spring of 2003 we have been bringing an esoteric collection of music, film and art to locals and visitors alike – not to mention exceptional coffee and some nice biscuits too.
One of a dying breed of old fashioned record shops (with actual records in it) Jam aims to share our finds in new and old music – we stock what we like and hope some other people may like it too (or we won’t make any money)
Address: Jam Records, 32 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD