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Falmouth is a coastal town and port situated in southern Cornwall at the mouth of the River Fal. The town itself was established during the 16th century when Henry VIII built Pendennis Castle to defend Carrick Roads. The castle maintained military service throughout the Napoleonic and World Wars, but today it has become a popular tourist attraction and makes for an enjoyable day out. Another nearby castle is St Matthews and although it is situated across the Carrick Roads waterway, boats from Falmouth to St Matthews run on 364 days of the year. The boat takes you scenically into Castle Cove and is one of Cornwall’s most iconic boat trips. Falmouth is also home to several gardens including the National Trust’s Glendurgan Garden. This garden slopes downwards towards a beach and houses many exotic plants alongside its very own hedge maze. Falmouth is also home to a number of museums – including the National Maritime Museum and the Falmouth Art Gallery – an independent cinema and the Princess Pavilion, a year round venue for theatrical and musical performances. Falmouth evidently has lots to offer and with so much going on it is unsurprising that reallymoving.com and our partners in removals have helped 80 people relocate to the town in the last 12 months alone.
At reallymoving.com, our partners in removals have a thorough working knowledge of the local area and as such, will be able to offer quality service and advice no matter the property type – be it old mining cottages or more spacious new builds. Reallymoving.com’s removal partners are all rated by other users meaning you can select a removal firm confident in the quality of service they will provide.
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