Where to stay

Falmouth offers a great choice of accommodation for you to stay in when diving with us. From campsites surrounded by beautiful woodlands, to delightful guesthouses and stunning waterfront hotels, you are bound to find something to suit you.


Located in the picturesque Mean Valley, Tregedna Lodge and Farm Campsite offers great accommodation for all types of visitors, including groups and families. A converted grain store, Tregedna Lodge can sleep up to 24 people within 5 rooms, providing incredibly flexible accommodation for both small and large groups, couples and families. With a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable dining hall and lounge area, the lodge provides a great space to unwind after a days diving. Tregedna Farm Campsite offers spacious pitches, allowing room for riding bikes and playing games; ideal for a family holiday with your little bubblemakers.

St Michaels

For those looking for a little luxury, St Michaels Hotel and Spa is a place of calm and relaxation. The hotel has an in-house restaurant, offering a fantastic range of seasonal dishes made with fresh, local produce; ideal for refuelling after your dive. Situated within its own seafront subtropical gardens, St Michaels offers stunning views over Gyllyngvase beach and is ideally located for exploring Falmouth, including Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum. Our dive shop is also just a 10 minute walk away.


A recently restored 16th century inn, the Chain Locker boasts beautiful boutique bedrooms offering contemporary style and comfort. Located on the waterside in the centre of Falmouth, you have easy access to Falmouth’s many shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as a short 5 minute walk to our dive shop.


Moonlight Quest House is ideally situated in the centre of Falmouth, just around the corner from the dive shop. The house offers quality affordable accommodation for singles, couples and families in well-equipped, ensuite rooms.