The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth, Cornwall now has a fabulous new master suite available, boasting one of the best views in the South West.
The suite has literally just reopened after a lavish £50,000 makeover. Think roll-top baths with views across the harbour, your own sitting room, a gargantuan bed and a balcony (complete with view!) with room for your own private party.
The hotel has always been a popular option. Actually built into the harbour wall, the reception hall and accommodation offers panoramic views out towards St Mawes and Flushing, and combines crisp, colourful interiors with the original 17th century features. Picture yourself drinking champagne on the large veranda, wandering through the bustling, picturesque town of Falmouth or even going for a paddle at low tide on the small, secluded beach just outside the hotel's walls.
In fact, The Greenbank has attracted a few celebrities since its completion in 1640. Kenneth Grahame's famous Wind in the Willows stories were started as a series of letters to his son, the first two of which were written at the Greenbank, and Florence Nightingale's name also appears on the hotel's register. More recently, the Keiser Chiefs spent a night checking out the new suite during a visit to Falmouth.
If you would like more information about accommodation at The Greenbank Hotel visit www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk or phone 01326 312440.