Two eco-friendly self-catering spaces added at Falmouth boutique


Merchants Manor Hotel & Spa in Falmouth has opened the doors to two luxury eco-friendly residences.

Located in the grounds of the hotel and spa, the self-catered living spaces, called Landlubber and Lookout, were designed by designers Bert and May in collaboration with interior designer Helen Hughes, as part of an ongoing refurbishment of Merchants Manor.

Accommodating one to four people, each apartment features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen living space, private terrace with jacuzzi hot tub and separate entrance, while guests are still able to make use of the facilities at the hotel, including the Rastella restaurant and Linen Room spa.

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Each residence provides an earthy feel with timber frames, organic shapes and quirky features all drawing inspiration from the fresh Cornish countryside. Floor to ceiling windows capture the views of Falmouth Bay and allow natural light to flood the interior spaces.

Commenting on the project, owner Nick Rudlin said: “We are delighted to unveil our new spaces to guests.Each residence is eco-friendly and designed to reflect the relaxed beachy surroundings of the Falmouth coast. This has been supported by the AA who have awarded the spaces the highest accolade of 5 gold stars making them one of only a handful in all of Cornwall.”

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