CHRISTMAS BY THE COAST  

 

INDULGE IN FALMOUTH'S CHRISTMAS CHEER...

 

From roast turkey & wintry walks to Christmas carols & mince pies there really is nowhere like spending Christmas on the Cornish coast. Let us help you celebrate Christmas with one of our festive breaks which will help get you get into the spirit of the season.

Celebrate with family and friends or just indulge in a quiet festive break, whatever you decide our team are here to help & look after you during your stay. 

FESTIVE BREAKS

 

 

 

 

Festive Dining 

We also host festive lunches & dinners, availability & bookings can be made through the hotel reservations team. 

Contact info@memblyhallhotel.co.uk for more information or T 01326312869

What better way to make some Christmas memories than to celebrate with friends & family, pulling crackers & laughing at the age old jokes, then tucking into your Christmas Dinner, all put together by our team of chef's using the best local produce.

Click on the links below to download a copy of our festive menus & booking forms. Booking T's & C's can be found attached to the menus.

Menus available from November - December 2021

 

 

 

 

4 Nights Dinner Bed & Breakfast £265.00pp

4 Nights Bed & Breakfast £215.00pp 

3 Nights Dinner Bed & Breakfast £205.00pp

3 Nights Bed & Breakfast £165.00pp

Prices listed are for Standard Inland rooms, free upgrades available based on availability.  

Contact a member of our reservations team for room availability & upgrades.

All Christmas Breaks include evening entertainment from Brass Bands performing some Christmas Favourites to Choirs you can sing along with, Christmas Quiz's and other festive entertainment.

(All entertainment schedules can be subject to change without prior notice.) 

T: 01326 312869  / e-mail: info@memblyhallhotel.co.uk 

Covid 19

Festive Entertainment Update

Christmas Luncheon
Menu 2021
NOV - DEC
 Christmas Luncheon Booking Form
 2021
NOV - DEC

"Like snowflakes my Christmas memories gather and dance-each beautiful, unique, and gone to soon." 

Deborah Whipp