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Glasney Village, Falmouth
Self-catering accommodation, with excellent facilities and a short distance from the historic town of Falmouth,
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- 21st century buildings
- No smoking
- Children welcome
- Free broadband access
- Shared gardens
- Self-catering facilities
- Woodland walks
- Luggage storage
- Iron/ironing board
Food and Drinks
- Self-catering facilities
- Lunch available (at additional cost)
- Dinner available (at additional cost)
- Picnic area
- Recommended walks
- Beach (a short drive)
- Pub (a short drive)
- Museums (a short drive)
- Historic houses
- Golf course (a short drive)
- Tennis courts (a short drive)
- Recommended restaurants (a short drive)
- Theatre (a short drive)
Whether it is walking, surfing or relaxing in peaceful surroundings, the Glasney Parc accommodation jointly owned by Falmouth University and the University of Exeter, provides the perfect base for exploring the many attractions on offer in Cornwall.
Offering self-catering accommodation, with a 4 star campus rating, Glasney Parc at the Tremough Campus lies a short distance from the historic and picturesque town of Falmouth with its many beaches.
Glasney Parc offers modern and comfortable accommodation arranged in self-contained apartments sleeping up to 10 guests in 7 double en-suite bedrooms, representing excellent value for money.
Please note, there is a 3 night minimum stay.
The £200M, 100-acre Tremough Campus in Penryn, Cornwall is shared and jointly managed by University College Falmouth and the University of Exeter in an arrangement that is unique in the UK.
Food and Drinks
Whilst staying in our well-equipped, self-catering apartments, you may choose not to cook yourself and opt for the easy, value for money options available on campus.
Dining is in The Stannary Restaurant, open daily from 08:00 to 14:30, Monday to Friday and is just a few minutes’ walk from each bedroom. The ground floor self-service restaurant provides a range of menus using locally-sourced ingredients designed to suit every budget and taste.
Breakfast is served daily between 08:00 and 10:30, Monday to Friday and at weekends by prior booking.
Lunch and dinner are available by request, and packed lunches can be made by prior arrangement.
Koofi, our on-site cafe, is open daily from 3pm to 9pm, and offers pizzas and light bites
Grounds and gardens
At the heart of our campus lies Tremough House, a 17th Century Manor House, and many of the original gardens have been restored by our in-house gardening team. We have a very 'green' campus, and you are welcome to wander around the grounds and gardens at your leisure.
Internet access available free of charge.
Laundry facilities on site.
Gym membership available by request, either by the day or week.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: Conference & Events Office, Tremough Campus Services Limited, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9EZ, United Kingdom
Address: Glasney Parc, The Tremough Campus, Treliever Road,
Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9EZ
Check in: From 4pm - 9pm Check out: By 10:00am
Late check-in available by prior arrangement. Please request in the Additional Information section.
How to find us:
By Car: If you are coming by car, the campus is located just off the A39, on Treliever Road. The Campus is well signposted off the roundabout, just follow signs for Falmouth.
Car parking is free and is a short distance from where you will be staying. When you arrive on campus, please follow the signs to the Porters’ Lodge. It will be possible to park briefly, collect your key and drop your luggage off at your room.
By Train: If you are coming by train, Penryn station is a very short distance away. You can walk from there to Old Lane, which brings you on to campus. Please be advised that there are some steps on this route. Follow signs to the Porters’ Lodge.
By Bus: If you are coming by bus, it could not be easier as you will be brought right into the centre of campus. Follow the signs to the Porters’ Lodge. From Falmouth Moor, you can catch the following buses: 2, 41, 68 and 88. All stop at Penryn train station.
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Mr Harold Douglas, October 2012: Nice room (with good desk space to do some work on), good location for what I wanted to do. I hope to visit again in future.
Mr Benjamin Lee, October 2012: I thought with the exception of parking, which was limited to say the least, the whole experience was exceptional! Good sized room and I thought it was phenomenal value for money!
Mrs Laura Hetebrij, October 2012: Good basic accommodation, clean and reasonably spacious, kitchen acceptable but didn't really use it. Good value breakfast at the Stannery
Mrs Catherine Durrant, September 2012: This was our first time in university accommodation and it was a very enjoyable experience. The room was lovely and clean and the on-site cafe was great for breakfast.
Mrs katherine Pegrum, September 2012: Great facilities, all good. Only bit of advice offered is that a cab into Falmouth is more like £13 before 11pm and £17.50 after, unlike the £6 that the lovely girls in the Porters lodge thought it would be. But Glasnay experience great, made me feel like a student again, albeit a well healed one! Kathy H
Dr Wojciech Grudzinski, August 2012: You were a part of our wonderful holidays in Cornwall - many thanks for the most enjoyable stay! And regards to the reception staff who helped us arrange a taxi for the early bank holiday morning!
Ms Andrea Jurikova, August 2012: My friends and me spend there only 2 nights, but rooms were nice and clean, kitchen facilities too.
Will come again and recomended to my friends.
Mrs Helen Gould, August 2012: Fantastic value for money in cornwall with parking. Perhaps consider whether able to hire/rent tv for each room during stay as imagine that would be popular.
Mr David Wylie, July 2012: very impressed with the ease of using the website, making the booking, process on arrival, standard of room and value for money, all were ideal, thanks for a good visit.
Mrs Jojo Humes Brown, July 2012: I thought it was an excellent, value for money break, good location, (as long as you have a car) and definitely will be back...:o)
Mrs Tammy Stringer, July 2012: We stayed just one night for our daughter's graduation ceremony. The rooms were perfect for a good night's sleep with a good shower and clean bathroom. The kitchen facilities were more than adequate and for value for money you can't go wrong.
Mr Andrew Wilson, July 2012: Helpful staff Parking well organised Clean set up
Hope this turns out to be a good source of income for the university
Mr Peter Brodnicki, July 2012: We were very pleased with the accommodation and its proximity with regard to public transport, which is very good also! On the down side we thought signage could have been better and we got the impression from the website that there would be a TV in the room, whilst this is not a major problem it does need clarifying. Overall brilliant and would certainly return.
Mr Srinivasan Sundarachari, July 2012: Will visit once again, if I get an opportunity
Mrs susan perera, September 2011: It was perfect for our short stay in cornwall for a family christening.
Slight problem at the start with lack of quilts on arrival but the porter was very helpful and sorted it out straight away for us.
Mr Michael Phillips, September 2011: Fantastic value for money and an enjoyable stay in attractive surroundings.
Mr Tony Rudnicki, August 2011: Nice clean room.Quite location.Plenty of free parking and good bus services from the campus.I would visit again.
Dr Paul Stevens, August 2011: Great place to stay - lovely campus, comfortable rooms and useable kitchen, excellent transport links (bus and train). Plus Penryn itself is a nice place with a great organic/local food cafe (Mrs Peabody's Kitchen).
Mrs Janet DeBoo, July 2011: Everything made for an easy stay in Glasney Village. We would happily stay again and also recommend the service to others.