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Welcome To Cornwall

 
St Michael's Mount
St Michael's Mount
National Seal Sanctuary
National Seal Sanctuary
Blue Reef Aquarium
Blue Reef Aquarium
Bodmin Moor
Bodmin Moor
 
   

Cornwall:

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Golitha Falls-Cornwall

Cornwall has so much to see from the local beaches to the wild Moors. There is something for everybody wanting to visit the area.
 
The legendary King Arthur was supposed to have had his Camelot at Tintagel (about 15 miles away).  Just up from Tintagel is Boscastle which had been in the news with severe flooding in 2004; it has been completely revamped now, and is a pretty coastal village.
 
Of course one of the most famous places to go to in Cornwall is the Eden Project which is fantastic; it is about 35 miles away from our B&B.
 
If you want to visit grand houses, then the nearest is Lawrence House, given to the National Trust to help preserve the Georgian character of Castle Street in Launceston.
But there are many others all within reasonable driving distances, please ask us for information.
 
If Wildlife is your scene then our nearest place is The Tamar Otter Sanctuary about 1 miles from the Old Station. But there are many other wildlife places to go to see Owls, Seals, Donkeys, and Monkeys etc.
 
Our B&B is situated between two of the most beautiful Moors, the Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. So if you enjoy walking these are the places to go.
 
Bodmin Moor is a short drive away and is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Dartmoor has spectacular, wide open moorland to more secluded and sheltered tree-lined river valleys.

Cornwall is truly a wonderful place to visit with so much to offer for everybody

 

 
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