Tucked away in the heart of Falmouth, this brand new, purpose built, holiday apartment awaits discovery beside the National Maritime Museum Cornwall (NMMC). Campbeltown Way is a peaceful gated development that offers a perfect balance with the nearby bustle of Falmouth harbour. As boats from far-off lands dock into the harbour, moments from the doorstep, all the excitement of travel and adventure are encapsulated in this rare gem in Falmouth.
Four Sails is a careful and clever composition of unique architectural design. A pitched, vaulted roof line echoes the silhouette of four sails at sea and the clean interior lines meet statement skylights to draw the eye to the sky above.
Clever elements of design make for easy living during your stay. Each comfortable bedroom features an en-suite bathroom. A lift from the ground floor entrance hall, will suit those with tired legs and for those heavy bags. There is heaps of storage for wetsuits and surfboards. This unique holiday home is more than just a showpiece.
Pad across the vast, 55ft living area to take coffee out onto the south-facing balcony, or slip out to it through the bi-fold doors of the master bedroom, for a quiet moment of yoga before the town wakes up. From the calling of gulls, to the clipping of masts in the nearby harbour, allow the sounds of the seaside stir you as you take deep breaths of sea air.
A light tap on the door to rouse your gaggle of loved ones and you’re off. Head to the beach, paddle boards in tow and glide across the blue waters of Falmouth Bay. Your base for the week is a short hop from Castle Beach, where shallow sheltered waters glisten and the south facing bay holds the daylight until dusk.
Come the evening, don dresses and shirts for some fine dining in Falmouth. At your feet are the delights of Events Square, or drift further into town along the cobbled high street towards hidden eateries and cocktails bars. Try The Wheelhouse for local seafood fresh off the boat, or sip cocktails beside the water at Indidog, as the tide laps the quayside.
With WC, store cupboard, internal door to garage and utility room. Lift and illuminated stairs to living area and the first floor accommodation.
Open plan kitchen and living area
Vast 55ft space with bi-fold doors opening onto large balcony.
With induction hob, NEFF ‘Slip n Slide’ oven, combination top oven/microwave, modern built-in countertop extractor, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and Corian worktops. Kitchenaid filter coffee maker, blender and great array of storage.
Bi-fold doors to both the living area and master bedroom. Seating and table for 6.
Pink master bedroom
With bi-fold doors out to balcony, super-king (6ft) bed, bedside tables, lamps, wall hooks for clothes hanging, TV and chest of drawers.
Bathroom with rain forest shower, WC, heated towel rail and wash basin.
Yellow bedroom suite
Super-king (6ft) bed, Juliette balcony, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers, TV and hooks for clothes hanging.
Doors can be pulled to create an en-suite with bath, walk-in shower, towel rail and wc, or opened to use as a family bathroom.
Blue twin bedroom
Two single beds (3ft), bedside tables, lamps, arm chair, hooks for clothes hanging, TV and floor to ceiling south-facing windows.
Ensuite shower room with rain shower, heated towel rail, WC and wash basin.
Ground floor utility room and garage
Washing machine, tumble drier, sink and ample storage for beach gear and a car.
For up to two cars in allocated spaces directly outside the property, or pop one car in the garage (with electric door).
Location and Surrounding Area
A stone’s throw from the piazza at Events Square, Falmouth’s hub of culture. From Four Sails step into wonder at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, or sample a different cuisine each evening with a range of restaurants to choose from on your doorstep.
Cornwall is famous for its beaches, and you’ll find three a short journey away. Your nearest is Castle Beach, but Gyllyngvase and Swanpool are just around the corner.
The tower of Pendennis Castle, a tudor fortress with a fascinating history can be glimpsed from all over town. Journey back in time as you walk across the battlements, with panoramic views out to sea.
The Helford River is where wild swimming adventures and sailing escapades await. The tree-lined banks here hide secret beaches, hidden creeks, and waterside pubs.
Surfers and thrill-seekers are catered to in this part of Cornwall, with the surfing beaches of the North Coast and the Lizard close by. Cycle from coast to coast along the Bissoe train starting in Devoran, just a 15 minute drive away.
- July 2022