About the South West of England
The South West has the port of Falmouth at its Centre – the city of Truro 11 miles North East - with a mainline train station that has direct access to London Paddington – and The Hall for Cornwall’s main auditorium that plays host to West End musicals, opera & ballet.
Falmouth in the south west of England, is known for its deep natural harbor on the Fal Estuary, with a historical maritime heritage, highlighted in the National Maritime Museum of Cornwall. 16th Century Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII has commanding views from Pendennis Point.
With world renown Pendennis Shipyard and some excellent services, a stop in Falmouth for some refit work, or with guests on board to enjoy all this stunning county has to offer is a must. From surf beaches on the North Coast, to long stretches of golden sands, quaint fishing villages – art galleries, spectacular gardens & historic houses, world famous Open Air The Minack Theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic Ocean, to some wonderful gastronomic delights & fresh seafood in quaint restaurants.