LostwithielCopyright Chris Downer

Lostwithiel stands a few miles above Fowey on the River named for that town, a substantial village of great character, not least thanks to its old bridge and 13th century church, the settlement guarded by Restormel Castle... Read More

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Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club

Lostwithiel Hotel Golf & Country Club

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Situated close to the ancient town of Lostwithiel in the heart of Cornwall, the hotel is a great base for discovering coastlines, quiet inland villages, ancient towns and historic houses. Lostwithiel Hotel ... More

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Restormel Lodge Hotel

Restormel Lodge Hotel

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Situated in the beautiful Fowey Valley, recently classified as the most desirable place to live in the United Kingdom, the hotel offers modern comfort with traditional hospitality. One of the ... More | visit website

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The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

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Smugglers reputedly used the tunnel believed to connect the cellars of this 13th-century pub to the dungeons of Restormel Castle, a short way up the River Fowey. ... More

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The Royal Oak Inn

A public house for over 100 years, the Royal Oak is in Duke Street, Lostwithiel convenient for the pretty town centre, yet quietly situated away from main roads. Today, you'll find a warm welcome from ... More | visit website
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Kings Arms

Kings Arms

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Welcome. We are Mick and Kathy Townsend and we would like to invite you to stay at the kings Arms Hotel. We are situated in the historic town of Lostwithiel ... More

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Earl Of Chatham

Earl Of Chatham

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Sharon & Peter welcome you to the Earl of Chatham, which is a beautful 16th Century Inn. Set just over the river Fowey, in the idylic historic town of Lostwithiel, ... More

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